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north1

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  1. Here a few tool bags and "some" necessary plastic carrying cases. Plaston made etc. I have to say that, I'm not a fan of sortimo lboxx or systainer. That blow molded insert takes up so much space, I sold all the lboxxes I had. The batteries and charger are in one carrying case or bag.
  2. A good corded grinder if you do not already have one. They are lighter and smaller but still powerfull compared to the battery brushless version.
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    New Recip

    I knew that something like this was coming, really nice features!
  4. north1

    New decision

    12V brushless drill. It is very good + Torque ( in real life) + switch, electronics + bit holder / belt clip + compact design + the shape of the battery + handling + run-time ( 2ah battery)
  5. I bought some new reciprocating saw blades . 6TPI Bim Wood 9 / 12 " , 14 TPI bim 9" metal blades , 200mm / ~ 8" wood/metal progressive TPI ( never used these progressor blades )
  6. Better late than never , Makita "rear" handle 36v. Does anyone know the power ,chain speed and runtime? This is my cordless..
  7. I've always liked the Bosch 10.8V ( 12v) drill drivers.
  8. These are quite popular here because it is versatile and a lot of different brands/models available.Prices starting from + 200€ ( 200€ = $220) I have a Stayer saw ( induction motor)
  9. Blade on the right side ( and stays there) . I'm right handed and I prefer the blade on the left always,it is more versatile and easier for me.
  10. Diablo + Milwaukee pruning (Swiss Made ) Bosch is the OEM,good quality Bosch is the largest producer of recip saw blades, jigsaw blades etc
  11. They make great tools , corded/cordless ,power tool accessories . btw .. 18v recip saw is equipped with a fully variable speed trigger ,durable and smooth running, long lasting professional power tool is much more than just a brushless electric motor.
  12. This forum needs a better name. Like DewaltForum.com
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