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    I was just messing with him. He calls me Nancy all the time... or some other girly name.

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    Gotcha. :thumbsup:
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    Quote Originally Posted by imjustjason View Post
    In your case you should get the more industrial heavy use version. Not everyone looking through this thread uses their tools for a living and needs construction business ready tools.
    Actually Brittany the multimaster is geared towards the homeowner, the supercut is their heavy duty version. I just couldn't justify spending $800+ on one.

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    I've been considering one of these myself and was torn between the 12V and corded options. If it's not going to get a ton of use, I'm thinking the corded version is best so I don't have to worry about worn out batteries down the road. My Dremel gets here and there use and it's corded. Anyone else have thoughts on choosing a corded Dremel vs the Bosch 12V...ignoring price.

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    why worry about the quick release blade change? Changing blades on the dremel only takes about 30 seconds (when I can find the allen key on the fold out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by el_chupo_ View Post
    why worry about the quick release blade change? Changing blades on the dremel only takes about 30 seconds (when I can find the allen key on the fold out).
    I'd be willing to pay for that feature if I were a 'tool for life' type of guy. It's a PITA on the Chicago especially when those babies are hot!

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    I just bought a Rigid cordless (sold at Home Depot) I (like others) saw no good use for it. Until I got it.

    Cut door panels to fit exactly around woofers:

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    Trim foam mold plugs like nothing else... etc.

    The Rigid I bought is also cordless and has interchangeable heads to change to an impact driver, etc.

    $99 with charger FTW!

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