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telectrix

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don't know the einhell. but challenge stuff is for babies play tool boxes. look at makita for a good sds. make sure it's got rotary stop though.
 
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the ends tend to snap off those machines,seen a few do it,I only use makita or bosch,maybe better to hire one .
 

timbobelfast

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Just buy one of those crappy ones out of the big orange shed.

I would be supprised if you get more than a week out of it!
 

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Just buy one of those crappy ones out of the big orange shed.

I would be supprised if you get more than a week out of it!
Yep then clean it up and take it back for a refund saying its crap and doesn't do the job that it says it can, then pick yours up from the repair shop.
 
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well i bought an angle grinder and going through disc's like hot cakes,

b&q do diamond disc's at @£18 , have you ever used thm?????
 

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well i bought an angle grinder and going through disc's like hot cakes,

b&q do diamond disc's at @£18 , have you ever used thm?????
If you've got any amount of masonry or concrete to cut, diamond discs are the only sensible way to go.
 
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