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    Brushless multi tool

    I am a fan of the Bosch tool. Hiltiwpg is correct. Especially for pure work, the brush motors can take more of a beating and don't shut down as quickly as a brushless motor.
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    DCS391 skill saw dies super fast

    eBay is a great place. I also notice that Home Depot has some one day specials that are too bad for a two pack
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    Ryobi 18V tool wish list?

    Ryobi does surprise me with certain tools. I love the Nailer line up and would be curious about the framing nailer. These quiet strike impacts, it is amazing how quiet they are especially when you're in a basement or closed area when framing.
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    Hello Everybody!

    LOL, thanks.
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    Hello everybody, I am New to the Forum

    Welcome to the forum. Lot's of smart people here to help out with knowledge.
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    Hello. I am newbie,

    Welcome to the forum. Glad you are here. Great place.
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    Guess what’s not working again?

    Figures. We did an update to the forum. I just wish one of the largest forum software suppliers and one of the largest mobile forum software companies could talk a little more or get their stuff straight. I will put in a request and see what they say. Thanks for letting me know.
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    Hello Everybody!

    Welcome to the forum and the crew
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    20v Max Inflator

    Would like to see how this one operates and compares to the Milwaukee M12
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    Long time no see

    It was awesome finally meeting you. Fun time and hope we can get to meet up again.
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    Hi to everybody

    Welcome to the forum and the crew. Good to have you here.
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    New to the forum

    Awesome, welcome to the forum. We have a ton of knowledgeable people here to answer any questions Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Hello everybody

    Welcome to the crew and the forum Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Happy Easter Everybody

    Happy Easter to everyone. Have a great day. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Found a good trick to use a laser level outside !

    Very cool trick is your in a bind.
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    Shipping Lithium-Ion Batteries

    I am not sure about the rules. I bought a roll of stickers on Amazon. When I ship something with Lithium batteries, I stick two of these on the outside, one on each side. I have never had a problem. The sticker says, Caution Lithium Metal Battery Do not load or transport package if damaged. I think as long as you identify the package on the outside, your fine.
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    From North Idaho

    Welcome to the forum. Glad to have you here.
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    New here

    Awesome, great to have you here and welcome to the forum.
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    Just found this site

    Me too, welcome to the forum.
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    Ryobi New Vacuum

    Ryobi has another vacuum on the market 3 gallon dry capacity Wet and dry cleaning capability 6 ft. x 1-1/4 in. extendable hose with transparent design for optimum visibility Pivoting air inlet port for easy hose management Utility nozzle and hose convert exhaust port into directional blower Flat top design for convenient stacking and storage Convenient on-board storage for hose and accessories Includes washable reusable filter
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    Newbee

    Good to have you here and welcome to the crew.
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    New Ryobi Tools

    Ryobi just announced they are coming out with some new tools: Ryobi Project Light - P790 and will retail for about $50 SPECIFICATIONS: • Lumen Output: High (lumen output 900), Medium (lumen output 600), Low (lumen output 100) • Runtime: 35 Hours on Low Mode using a RYOBI ONE+ High Capacity Lithium+ Battery • Weight: 1.1 lbs. • Power Source: AC extension cord or any 18V ONE+ Battery Ryobi Drywall Screwgun - P225 and will retail for about $100 SPECIFICATIONS: • Brushless motor provides longer runtime, more power, and longer motor life • Adjustable and removable nose cone for increased accuracy • Variable speed trigger with lock-on feature: 0-4,700 RPM • QUIETDRIVE Technology eliminates noise in-between driving applications while prolonging battery charge during use • Drives up to 3,000 screws per charge • Heavy-duty clutch engages when bit is pressed to the fastener • New and improved MAGTRAY™ magnetic holder for convenient placement of screws and bits • New, innovative, fastener-free belt clip easily mounts to either side of the tool for convenience • LED Light illuminates the work area and remains on after trigger is released • GRIPZONE™ overmold with improved micro-texture for optimum grip and user comfort Ryobi Floating Speaker - P3520 and will retail for about $80 SPECIFICATIONS: • Optimal LED output that changes with the sound of your music • 360° Bluetooth® speaker for enhanced sound projection • IPX8 waterproof • Onboard volume & light show control • 8hr runtime on P108 4Ah battery, 4hr runtime on 2Ah battery • Flip resistant design for an enhanced listening experience • Customize your lighting experience with 3 operating modes: Play Mode, Pulse Mode, Sleep Mode. Ryobi Light - P790 and will retail for about $80 SPECIFICATIONS: • Over 1200 lumens of light output • Multi-point adjustable light head for various applications • Over 24 Hours of runtime using a ONE+ High Capacity Lithium Ion Battery • High (lumen output 1200), Medium (lumen output 700), Low (lumen output 100) • Compatible with all 1/4" x 20 tripod mounts • 360º light head rotation for variety of positions • Multiple hanging options • Part of the RYOBI Lineup of Over 100 ONE+ Tools • Includes P795 18V Hybrid LED Color Range Work Light, Tripod Adaptor and Operator’s Manual Ryobi Underwater Vac - P3500K and will retail for about $180 SPECIFICATIONS: • Battery: 18V • Runtime: Over 50 Minutes • Weight: 7 lbs. • Canister Capacity: 3 Liters Ryobi Sweeper - P3260 and will retail for about $140 SPECIFICATIONS: • Powerful dual brushes sweep up large and small debris, including nails and screws, wood scraps and garbage • Over 2 hours of runtime using a RYOBI P108 High Capacity battery • Rotating brushes effectively clean along walls and edges • Conveniently located foot-actuated power switch • Rear Wheel height adjustment for use on various terrain levels • Transparent tub shows how much debris has been swept • Integrated LED headlights provide improved visibility for a number of applications • Adjustable, pivoting handle and rubber feet provide optimal ergonomic and compact storage • Wide 21 in. cleaning swath quickly cleans a wide area
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    New Festool Coming in April

    That looks pretty cool.
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    Bora Portamate

    Never heard of these guys but I am sure some might have a use for it. i have a buddy who has a woodworking shop and he makes custom cabinets and other stuff. he has a ton of big tools and is always moving them around. I am sure something like this would be helpful for someone like him. Anyone else moving stuff around their shop? I don't have any big tools, so not sure how well built these units are. Here is the announcement. Bora Portamate announces the introduction of the PM-3550, the newest addition to its universal mobile base line. A powerhouse mobile base that can hold up to 1,500 lbs with four swivel wheels and an easy-to-operate foot locking lever, the PM-3550 offers a space solution for larger power tools and equipment. Product highlights include: · Solid – Rugged contractor-grade construction · Adjustable – Simple raise and lower design adjusts base rails in 1-inch/25 mm increments · Versatile – Four swivel wheels for superior handling · Mobility - Ability to park machinery/equipment in the tightest space · Pro Grade - Holds up to 1,500 lbs
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    Ego Snow Blower

    I am curious. Who owns an Ego snowblower? And if so what do you like and not like about it. I have one and have been using it a ton this year so just curious to see what everyone else thinks.
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