Because its the most inaccurate POS ever made by them. It must have been bad to discontinue it a few weeks after release. Check out the reviews on amazon.rjconstructs said:I wonder why it was discontinued? For $300 it might be a money saver.
Lol did you see that guys response to the question about why it dont work.I think the team that designed it was forced to ship it because the scanner was supposed to ship early this year. They had this huge contest and a bunch of promotion and marketing, and it wasn't seen till October. Then it got a ton of horrible reviews Tool Box Buzz listed it as a tool of the year. http://www.toolboxbuzz.com/feature-story/2013-toolboxbuzz-tool-awards/ I think it makes you look shady as hell and embarrasing calling a discontinued tool as one of your tools of the year.
There will always be people who say somethings good when its not. It dont matter if it's a drill, computer, wall scanner, vehicle etc etc look at the 5 star reviews of the wall scanner on amazon. Some people just aint got a clue.He did the the same when some one asked the same question in his Youtube video review of the tool and he said the same BS about people not using the tool correctly. I mean Dewalt has handled the issue well offering refunds on the tool with out any issues, so I will give them that. I just want to know why they released it there are no positive reviews on this tool except for the ToolBoxBuzz review they had to know something was messed up. I have the Milwaukee sub scanner while its not perfect it does a pretty good job.