Author Topic: NEW! Festool CT Cyclone Dust Separator + New Accessories Coming Fall 2018 (US)  (Read 1314 times)

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Offline Shane Holland

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New accessories coming October 1st, 2018. Pre-order now to reserve yours!


New Festool CT Cyclone pre-separate for CT 26/36/36AC/48/22/33 models ($375), as well as replacement containers and bags.



New Festool MINI Systainer Limited Edition Centrotec Set ($120). Limited quantities, while supplies last!!!



New Festool MINI Systainer with transparent lid ($33) and MINI Systainer UNI with transparent lid ($40).



New Festool SysLite Tripod Bag ST-BAG ($100).

« Last Edit: July 09, 2018, 03:26 PM by Shane Holland »
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Bump.

Just a reminder that Festool USA has indicated that the Limited Edition Centrotec Set will be available in very limited quantities, while supplies last. And, it looks like it's going to be a popular item. Order any of these new accessories now and we will not charge your credit card until it ships.

Note: Paypal orders are billed immediately.

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Offline The.Handyman

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I do not get this limited edition crap on a consumables setup. Just make it available regularly and sell the item all the time.

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Offline jonathan-m

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Nice option to have, but i think because of the limited height, seperation performance will be less than an oneida dust deputy.
The cylcone likely operates more like a thien baffle than a real cyclone i think.
But yeah... it's nice to have anoter option, and this integrates better with systainers and is more compact. Seperation performance will be inferior, but hey, it's still better than no pre-seperation to save bags...
I'm looking forward to the first reviews and YouTube videos :)
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I do not get this limited edition crap on a consumables setup. Just make it available regularly and sell the item all the time.

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Many manufacturers will offer promotional or limited run items at special prices:

Let's break down this deal.  Let's make the assumption that those who buy this already have a Festool drill.  Each drill comes with a Centrotec adaptor and a bit holder (as far as I know).

Promotion Price            $120.00
Mini Systainer               ($ 40.00)
Centrotec Adaptor       ($ 40.00)
Centrotec Bitholder     ($ 26.00)
Promotional Bit Cost     $ 14.00        Cost for all the Bits Included in Kit

@TylerC @Festool USA   GREAT PROMOTION in my mind!

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I do not get this limited edition crap on a consumables setup. Just make it available regularly and sell the item all the time.

The largest issue I have with the limited editions is the lack of spare parts availability. I purchased the imperial installer set and have been lucky. Three years later and the SET is still a SET.

Others have not been so fortunate, there have been several people on the FOG that have lost or damaged their imperial brad point drills and there are no spares offered by Festool.  Their SET is no longer...  [sad]  [mad]

Offline Jim Metzger

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I have bit holders and adapters from two drills. What this set should have included is the Centrotec handle for handheld use as a screwdriver.

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I do not get this limited edition crap on a consumables setup. Just make it available regularly and sell the item all the time.

The largest issue I have with the limited editions is the lack of spare parts availability. I purchased the imperial installer set and have been lucky. Three years later and the SET is still a SET.

Others have not been so fortunate, there have been several people on the FOG that have lost or damaged their imperial brad point drills and there are no spares offered by Festool.  Their SET is no longer...  [sad]  [mad]

Festool most likely does not make any of the consumables they sell including the ones in these kits. Too many other companies can make these items better than they can and it keeps them focused on the tools. They can still gouge us for items even though they do not make them. If you look around at European tool makers you can probably find the replacement items you are looking for.

Offline Master Carpenter

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if they put that centrotec set, minus the chuck,  in a limited edition attic lid that I could attach to my drill systainer, I'd order one for each drill I have. Putting it in a mini systainer just doesn't work with my system. 
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If anyone is interested in the Centrotec and is on the edge - you snooze - you loose.  I am not trying to prompt sales (I don’t care about Festool sales as a volunteer Moderator) - just being the prophet here.

Consider yourselves forewarned.

Peter

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Peter

"just being the profit here"

I assume you meant prophet. I think that is sort of a Freudian slip since it is the Festool forum and Festool is certainly concerned with profit.

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"just being the profit here"

I assume you meant prophet. I think that is sort of a Freudian slip since it is the Festool forum and Festool is certainly concerned with profit.

Lol.  I have altered my post.  Thanks for the heads up.

Peter