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Author Topic: Centrotec Installers set - why won't Festool USA order some in????????  (Read 3994 times)

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Offline Gunder

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I ordered the centrotec from Amazon.de when I was in Europe last. Wasnt cheap, but worth every cent. If they came available in N.A. again, I'd buy a second one in a heart beat, especially if it came with imperial bits.   The bits are actually not THAT much more then other bits if your are comparing them to other bits of similar quality. I.E. the driver bits are higher quality then PBSwiss.

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Online Frank-Jan

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  • Dutch Canadian living in Belgium

I thought you had said they made the Zobo's  looks like that might have just been the way it was written, not what you meant.   Their website still says 2013  [huh]
Sorry, just saw your reply (didn't subscribe to thread). Bert mentioned the zobo's and "the tape measure from BMI" in the same sentence; I just saw your remark that you couldn't find any info on BMI.

When I first saw the zobo drill systems, they where marketed under the protool name, and the centrotec versions didn't exist yet. Zobo is apparantly still part of TTS, but not sold under the festool brand, (only the centrotec drills are). Zobo-website