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      Re: Proxxon Tools

      Well Call...you are obviously the test pattern. Let us know how this tool works out. And as for your early use of the gift, I support your husband. (Hold out hubby for a good back rub).
      Cheers & Happy Birthday in advance
      Ric

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        I sure am anxious to see how this test comes out, too, Callynne. I vote for TWO backrubs for your husband, so he'll let you get started playing with it early. There IS a big price difference between the Proxxon and the Automach - and we all know that price doesn't necessarily mean quality. I used the Ryobi and it truly is a workhorse - and then went to the Automach, which I consider the most awesome reciprocating tool in the world - but then, my experience is limited to only those TWO : Once you play with the proxxon, please let us know what you think....I'm pondering buying another one soon. I have two automachs, and even so, I could use another one, given the cool-down time I have to stop for sometimes.

        Teri

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            Re: Proxxon Tools

            Well I can't deny I use any trick in the book to get a good back rub. But buying a gift early and using that as a negotiation tool was a well kept secret. I'm glad my wife doesn't read this board.
            Cheers >
            Ric

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                LOL Callynne...congratulations and happy birthday!! Isn't it wonderful to discover a bigger and better tool for the job?

                Teri

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