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#1 posted 12-12-2013 02:10 AM

I agree with “you get what you pay for”. With that being said you should also buy for the purpose. I have 2 circular saws, one is used for rough framing on the job that I bought at a pawn shop for $20 it’s a craftsman . It’s been dropped, cords been cut, kicked, wet, you name it. Employees don’t care for your tools like you do. Now at home I have my Bosch that I bought in 1990 it stays in its bag and I use and care for it. When it’s for me it’s the “best” price doesn’t always go hand and hand. When someone else uses the tool it’s cheap and disposable.

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