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Posted on How safe is Sawstop?

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#1 posted 08-18-2017 09:25 PM

I know people who refuse to wear seat belts in their car because 5% of the time it causes worse injuries.
Of course, they conveniently ignore the 95% of times that it minimizes, or prevents injury altogether.

For me, I will take the better odds.

I’ve used a Sawstop. Don’t currently have access to one.
If I were in the market, I would definitely buy one.

Even taking care, accidents will happen.
How well you are prepared by proper use of your saw will have a very large influence on the outcome of the accident.

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