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Re: Tool cases

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10-18-2012 06:44:48

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This is how I do it.

1. Buy tool
2. Put charger with other chargers if it has one.
3. Put tool on shelf or drawer with others similar.
4. Throw the gay plastic case in the trash.

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10-18-2012 06:59:09

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 Re: Tool cases in reply to cd1, 10-18-2012 06:44:48  
that's what I ultimately do too -

But EVERY TIME - I still try. I figure it won't be so bad.

We're living in modern times here, surely they've advanced the art of case design...

This subject came up earlier - I end up buying/making my own cases. But I just had to vent on how ridiculous it is.

There are some great tools being made - why do they get the EASY part so wrong.

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Bill in IL

10-18-2012 09:53:08

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 Re: Tool cases in reply to JRSutton, 10-18-2012 06:59:09  
You have hit the nail on the head. These are modern times and they have advanced the art of case design. Just they use CAD programs where they can make it fit EXACTLY inside the case.

Usually after the cords relax from factory packaging where they can coil round and round instead of back and forth they seem to fit loosly in the case. My porter cable router and bosch router both fit like that in their case. Drills the same way but I have since pitched those.

I agree with the charger cords but those stay on the bench from day one.

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rusted nuts

10-18-2012 09:18:20

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 Re: Tool cases in reply to JRSutton, 10-18-2012 06:59:09  
Well I have thought about the cases for many moons, And ya know what I came up with? It is that them ther cases are the BEST Dam shipping boxs out there!!

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