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Thread: 14.4 volts vs 18 volt for homeowner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakee911 View Post
    I use my Festool cordless for that! I can mix two 5gal pails of mortar on a single charge.
    Using a Festool for mixing mud?!

    BLASPHEMY!

    That's like using yr Ferrari for hauling compost and yard waste

    If I had a Festool anything, I don't think I'd take it out of the case except to polish it and admire it, and maybe vacuum the dust off it with my $1200 Festool vacuumsystainer.
    (important note: I'm not a pro)

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    I&C Engineer (mostly WWTP) Lakee911's Avatar
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    LOL ... It's a brute. I love it. Too bad I can't afford any other tools now.

    But I can drill! And I can mix! And I can screw! Hammer? Uhmm.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakee911 View Post
    I use my Festool cordless for that! I can mix two 5gal pails of mortar on a single charge.
    Mebbe so, but you're screwed on the 3rd , whereas the old D-handle will keep on keeping on...

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