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#1 posted 11-01-2012 02:46 AM

I have found that when I have some money to spend it is more cost effective over the long term to buy one tool that I know I will keep for a long while as opposed to a couple less expensive tools. Every time I have bought the less expensive tool I ended up buying the one I originally wanted later on. Just saying, you can throw away some money going down that road if you are the type of person that isn’t happy until you have what you really wanted to begin with…

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