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    theamcguy
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    Fayetteville, NC

    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use.

    Once you go cordless tough to go back. I have a bunch of corded tools as well that i keep hanging on to although I don’t know why.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #722724

    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use. Having a garage sale today so will put it out with other tools. Hopefully someone in the know will stop by and appreciate it.

    So did you sell the corded one ,

    #722728
    Doobie
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    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use.

    Once you go cordless tough to go back. I have a bunch of corded tools as well that i keep hanging on to although I don’t know why.

    Battery obsolence keeps me with some of my since replaced with cordless versions of my corded tools. There will always be pronged electrical in our lifetimes…..battery formats come and go.

    #722749
    Warren6810
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    Akron, OH

    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use.

    Once you go cordless tough to go back. I have a bunch of corded tools as well that i keep hanging on to although I don’t know why.

    Battery obsolence keeps me with some of my since replaced with cordless versions of my corded tools. There will always be pronged electrical in our lifetimes…..battery formats come and go.

    I used to feel the same way. Dewalts new 60v line has almost made us completely cordless. Oher than the compressor for the air tools, most days we are cord free.

    #722750
    Warren6810
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    Akron, OH

    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use. Having a garage sale today so will put it out with other tools. Hopefully someone in the know will stop by and appreciate it.

    So did you sell the corded one ,

    Not yet. We had a garage sale today and I sold a lot, but I am asking 200 for the track saw, and it really isn’t something that probably sells well via garage sale. I will probably ebay later on.

    #722751
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Decided to part with my corded Festool after not using it for a year. The cordless version has worked so well, that the corded just wont see any use. Having a garage sale today so will put it out with other tools. Hopefully someone in the know will stop by and appreciate it.

    So did you sell the corded one ,

    Not yet. We had a garage sale today and I sold a lot, but I am asking 200 for the track saw, and it really isn’t something that probably sells well via garage sale. I will probably ebay later on.

    Go put it in the Classifieds forum on the FOG forum. People sell their Festool there all the time for premium used prices.

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