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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:18 pm 
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Has anyone seen this from Makita: https://bit.ly/2N6vP7Y

What do you guys think? Could be useful in some situations :dunno:


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:welcomeuhm:

Actually, in a lot of situations. Take, for example, doing 1st and 2nd fix on a tower block where your power supply on the 20th floor is somewhat ropey. Or out on a housing development where there simply is no power. Or doing a boat fit-out - likewise no power. And in any situation where you need to have mains p[owered tools PAT-tested 9cordless tools don't require this). Need I go on?

As your post is off-topic I've asked the Mods to detach it from the thread and start a new one I do agree, though, that there are some superb bits of engineering out there in the cordless tool world these days

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@ J&K. Thanks. I hope the new thread title works for you. Mod 2 s no Carpenter.


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