Cordless Tools

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Re: Cordless Tools

Post by Shannon » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:39 pm

Nick M. wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:01 pm
I have had two sets of the reds, but not the fuels. So red Jrs I guess. First set was stolen from my truck.....people suck.

I got the second set from the big orange home store. Searched hard and found one with drill, impact driver, circular saw, sawzaw, multi-tool, shop vac, and 4 batteries (2.0, 3.0x2, and 5.0). Also came with 2 battery chargers and packout rolling tool box. Came to $499.00 (American) before taxes.

The red Jrs are great tho, never had an issue. Helped me put on new roof deck and re-build soffits, put in kitchen cabinets and numerous side jobs. ( I'm a painter/tile/ light carpentry by trade)
I hate when good people work hard to purchase and own good stuff and some skid comes along and decides they need it more then the one who paid good money for it.
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Re: Cordless Tools

Post by A. Spruce » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:44 pm

I actually had my work truck broken into on two different occasions, once they smashed the driver's window and stole the cell phone (bag phone sitting on the console, mid 90's). Another time someone took pliers to the t-handles on the shell and popped open a side wing, though oddly, nothing was taken. The shell shop said I got lucky, that usually the window shatters when the locks get twisted.

Turd people suck, for sure!
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Re: Cordless Tools

Post by emtnut » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:21 pm

Shannon wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:48 am
Ya they did have one that was decant ac powered. The old 18v line had one as well. ... QDA2V02MB5
I have the older 18V , and yes, battery or plug in use.

I often handed the plug to my 'assistant' and asked them to plug it in for me.... I'd turn on the vacuum just before they plugged it in :mrgreen:

*edit* I remember changing a panel at a buddys place. When I was done, I asked his wife to go upstairs and make sure power was coming on when I turn on the breaker.
"click" .... is it on ? .... No
"click" .... what about now ? ... No !
"click" .... Now ?? ... No !!
then I started just saying 'click' ..... again she says No ! Me and my buddy almost died laughing :lol:
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