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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 12-02-2013 02:31 AM

No comparison, that newer one is the deal. The old one seems overpriced and would just be for looking at in a museum setting. The newer one would get the job done.

As good as the price is, I’d prefer to always make my own workbench. That way I could put in my personal features that I feel are needed. That Ulmia bench has no drawer in it. I’d want one for sure..etc.

My 2 cents worth…................Jim

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