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Yeah there's been a thread over on fog and there was some confusion to who made it. By the sounds of it fein gave input on the design so it could be a nice OT.
It's does have some very cool attachments and accessories. I'm sure there's a nice dust collection as well.

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Yeah there's been a thread over on fog and there was some confusion to who made it. By the sounds of it fein gave input on the design so it could be a nice OT.



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Wondering how expensive the blades will be and if they will be any better then the others out there.

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He ain't far off. You can't just convert to US currency at current exchange rates.

As an example the ts55r in UK is £510 plus tax 20% tax. Let's round that off to £600 which would be about $1000 at current exchange rate

The TS55r here is $615
Did you read the article that he posted?
 

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It will be right around 500 bucks, about the same as the super cut.

You can do all the currency exchange crap you want, we pay less for the tools here then in Europe.
I wonder why we would pay less when the tools are made in Germany.

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