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jimbo71

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What's the most recent tool you've bought? Mine's a new tenon saw, and a smoothing plane. I love buying tools, i can see the buzz women get out of buying shoes!!
 

Dr.B

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A new folding Stanley knife was my most recent buy.
My s*p*r*lex is a few years old now and am thinking of trying a mediflex?

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Vincey

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Man I’ve got loads this week lol
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zolco

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I'm looking at the Milwaukee 18v 216mm mitre saw, looks compact and light.
Visited DM toolshow last week the 18v tech really come along, from sanders to chop saws it's bonkers, I never been a fan of dewalt but a lot of people praise their flexvolt system especially on their mitre saw
 

CeeVee

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Just got a new Nelaflex 16" on offer at 40 sheets.
Two corner brushes and I'm pricing up a lock up...
 

raggles

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A plumb Bob and 2 builders lines today cos I could not be arsed to get in the van and drive half a mile to the house and get them out of the shed but, there was a hardware store 2 doors away (y)
 

Hixon

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Most recent I've bought is 18" Marshalltown permshape stainless steel finishing trowel.....Priceless!

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Lastlaff

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Got to buy some new milk cartons today - these ones are falling apart now. Slice the top off with a Stanley and you have a very handy container for screws, with a comfy handle and easy to store in the van. If your a piss-head, these hold four pints of Vodka.....very handy.
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Dropsalot

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Tool time!! What a programme!! Google it young 'ins....it was very funny......and the milf in it still features in my wank bank to this day.............:)
 

ChrispyUK

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I'm pushing the boat all out mate, had my trusty mitre saw gone pop today, got a house to skirt tomorrow and have no tools so it's a must unfortunately. Will try to get the old one repaired to have it as a back up or ruff cut saw

Did you get the Mafell mate...what you reckon?
 

zolco

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Did you get the Mafell mate...what you reckon?
Yes I went to Twickenham to pick it up Monday morning, great machine, makes it so easy to do skirtings and architraves, very light just over 3kg with a 5amp battery. All in all great purchase no need for a mitre saw anymore really. Only comes with a dustbag but it performed really good, not much of a mess. What's annoying it can't cut studwork not big enough for it
 

jimbo71

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Quality bit of kit, can you extend the rail? I've got the festoil track saw and three lengths of rail.
 

zolco

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Quality bit of kit, can you extend the rail? I've got the festoil track saw and three lengths of rail.
Comes with a flexible rail which rolled up in that sys, also runs on the mafell or Bosch plunge saw's rail. That short rail just for trims really. For proper cuts I use the mafell mt55 which is equivalent of the festool ts55
 

ChrispyUK

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Yes I went to Twickenham to pick it up Monday morning, great machine, makes it so easy to do skirtings and architraves, very light just over 3kg with a 5amp battery. All in all great purchase no need for a mitre saw anymore really. Only comes with a dustbag but it performed really good, not much of a mess. What's annoying it can't cut studwork not big enough for it

Sounds great mate...thanks for the info. Could do with investing in some new kit :)
 
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