|Forum topic by Scott Oldre||posted 09-13-2015 12:50 PM||2012 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
09-13-2015 12:50 PM
I bought a sawstop jobsite saw for my father in Rochester, MN, because he’d cut his hand and then his finger on his old rickety cheap saw within 7 months of each other (80 years old). Bought the jobsite because he makes crosses to give away, ALL DAY LONG, but he just isn’t safe anymore, so thought this would be the ticket.
Being the crochety old codger that he is, he was upset that we sprung the top of the line jobsite saw on him and wouldn’t even let the delivery guy show him how it worked. He did hear that it wasn’t good in wet wood, and he cuts a lot of tree branches on a diagonal to use as backgrounds for his small crosses. So, stubborn old fool, went directly to the wet wood, tripped the saw, and said I can’t use this thing.
So, I have a one week old saw, used maybe 15 minutes, with one trip on it’s life. Was bought from Thomas Tools in Rochester, MN, but would like to avoid the restocking fees.
First $1100 gets it. They sell for 1299 to 1399. Just PM me if you’re interested.
-- Scott, Irmo SC