tpamatmat Posted February 16, 2017 Report Share Posted February 16, 2017 So I am ready to pull the trigger on one of these two. I thought of buying one for my wife on Valentines Day, but I have already spent enough nights sleeping on the couch. The "think twice, talk once" strategy has avoided many restless nights Being a remodel contractor, I do both electrical and plumbing. Thing is though I no longer use self-feeds over 1 1/2", with tungsten carbide tipped hole saws for any hole larger in diameter. I know Milwaukee recommends their Hole Hawg for electricians and their Super Hole Hawg for plumbers, but due to my workflow I am thinking I can get away with the standard Hawg. Its just so much more compact and easy to carry around. Just don't want to replace my two ton corded Hole Hawg with a two ton cordless one. What I really wish is that they offered the standard Hawg with a two speed gearing option. Marketing is marketing though and I don't think that will ever happen. Any of you guys in the same boat? Which way did you go? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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