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WimP

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#1 posted 08-24-2016 12:34 AM

I have a cordless Milwaukee, mostly because I already had a pile of 12v Milwaukee tools already. The tool itself, regardless of brand is fantastically useful.
I’ve done the following things already:
- Removed baseboard by sliding the blade behind it and trimming the nails in between it and the wall.
- Trimmed wood at ceiling in the corner of a room
- Cut straight edges in sheetrock for outlet boxes and such
- Flush trimmed wood against a wall where I couldn’t have done it with any standard tools that I could think of (totally forgot that I had this one until my wife suggested it)

I’d say get this and get the cordless version of whatever one you choose. It’s so much more flexible than the corded for me in just a couple of months.

-- An undefined problem has an infinite number of solutions ~Robert A. Humphrey


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