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Bosch Track saw to US 3rd Quarter 2018

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    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    #674369
    Doobie
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    I agree cordless is a good option, but corded still has its place in a workshop. Depending on price I might opt for one to add smaller saw to my arsenal for shop tasks when more power is needed. But, it is not on top of my list at the moment.

    I believe price is at $599 for the tool in an lboxx. no rails included

    Now that would be odd. They dumped all tool iterations with an L-Boxx in NA and now they’ll release one tool with it. Maybe it’s a sign they will go back to L-Boxxed configurations but now with the newer L-Boxx style they announced is coming to NA. You know anything further on this @madman_us?

    #674408

    I have the Bosch track saw I ordered out of the UK, I do hope this will make it easier to find reasonably priced clamps for it and optional rails like the router mount etc.

    Will

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    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    I have the Bosch track saw I ordered out of the UK, I do hope this will make it easier to find reasonably priced clamps for it and optional rails like the router mount etc.

    all that will become available as well

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    #674474

    I think this is made in Germany.

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    #674497
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    I have the Bosch track saw I ordered out of the UK, I do hope this will make it easier to find reasonably priced clamps for it and optional rails like the router mount etc.

    all that will become available as well

    Now that is a positive right there.

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    #674538

    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    Very true, good point. I just wonder if it’s the newer model L box?

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    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    Very true, good point. I just wonder if it’s the newer model L box?

    chances are good because most tool kits in europe come in the new lboxx style.

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    #674557
    madman_us
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    I agree cordless is a good option, but corded still has its place in a workshop. Depending on price I might opt for one to add smaller saw to my arsenal for shop tasks when more power is needed. But, it is not on top of my list at the moment.

    I believe price is at $599 for the tool in an lboxx. no rails included

    Now that would be odd. They dumped all tool iterations with an L-Boxx in NA and now they’ll release one tool with it. Maybe it’s a sign they will go back to L-Boxxed configurations but now with the newer L-Boxx style they announced is coming to NA. You know anything further on this madman_us

    I highly doubt that they are not going back to it. It’s more likely an imported item and on the other side of the pond they do come with an lboxx.
    So they just leave it as is without repackaging it and offering it in a cardboard box or something similar.

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    #674625
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    Very true, good point. I just wonder if it’s the newer model L box?

    Hopefully the idea will spread to other tools as well.

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    #674643
    smallerstick
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    North Bay, ON

    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    Very true, good point. I just wonder if it’s the newer model L box?

    Hopefully the idea will spread to other tools as well.

    That would be very nice to see. Good opportunity to see the new design as well.

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    #674646
    RonW
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    Holladay, Tn

    I believe price is at $599 for the tool in an lboxx. no rails included

    That’s a way too high price.. I got mine for 360$ with a Boxx and a 55″ rail… Where is this bosch track saw made?

    yeah it’s definitely a price shocker and will scare quite some folks away.

    Definitely will! I can buy a cordless Makita with rail and extra batteries cheaper.

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    #674661

    As a side note, I’m glad to see a tool bundled in an LBoxx again.

    Very true, good point. I just wonder if it’s the newer model L box?

    Hopefully the idea will spread to other tools as well.

    Yes sir Bill, that would be great, I really liked the fact that I received some L boxes when I redeemed for them.

    #674684
    Doobie
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    I agree cordless is a good option, but corded still has its place in a workshop. Depending on price I might opt for one to add smaller saw to my arsenal for shop tasks when more power is needed. But, it is not on top of my list at the moment.

    I believe price is at $599 for the tool in an lboxx. no rails included

    Now that would be odd. They dumped all tool iterations with an L-Boxx in NA and now they’ll release one tool with it. Maybe it’s a sign they will go back to L-Boxxed configurations but now with the newer L-Boxx style they announced is coming to NA. You know anything further on this madman_us

    I highly doubt that they are not going back to it. It’s more likely an imported item and on the other side of the pond they do come with an lboxx.
    So they just leave it as is without repackaging it and offering it in a cardboard box or something similar.

    I think you’re probably right on that Alex.

    #674689
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I believe price is at $599 for the tool in an lboxx. no rails included

    That’s a way too high price.. I got mine for 360$ with a Boxx and a 55″ rail… Where is this bosch track saw made?

    yeah it’s definitely a price shocker and will scare quite some folks away.

    Definitely will! I can buy a cordless Makita with rail and extra batteries cheaper.

    That is so true. Right now Makita has a promo with 2x extra batteries, so a total of 4x 5.0s

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    #674760
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Be interesting to see how the Bosch will sell when it is released and if there will be any sale pricing going on.

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    #675259
    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    An article and slide show on the new Bosch Tracksaw in today’s Tool of the Trade:

    Good info but what jumped out for me was $599 for the tool only; Track available separately, I guess no charger or batteries either. Hooboy talk about pushing a brick uphill.

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    #675270
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    An article and slide show on the new Bosch Tracksaw in today’s Tool of the Trade:

    http://www.toolsofthetrade.net/power-tools/corded-tools/new-bosch-plunge-saw_o?utm_source=newsletter&utm_content=Product-Brief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TOTT_040318A%20(1)%20B&he=a4bc21e236d1dc8b2695a7f0a8fb43bfe1f36e51

    What seems odd to me is the claim that it’s a Mafell in a new coat.

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    #675275

    An article and slide show on the new Bosch Tracksaw in today’s Tool of the Trade:

    http://www.toolsofthetrade.net/power-tools/corded-tools/new-bosch-plunge-saw_o?utm_source=newsletter&utm_content=Product-Brief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TOTT_040318A%20(1)%20B&he=a4bc21e236d1dc8b2695a7f0a8fb43bfe1f36e51

    What seems odd to me is the claim that it’s a Mafell in a new coat.

    Not that surprising- the European track saw is a lightly stripped version of the Mafell. I assume that’s the one being brought to North America. The tracks themselves are a joint product. Even a new saw that rides those rails would probably have a lot in common with Mafell and probably be a “twin minus features”

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