Author Topic: This looks Interesting- MX 1200 mixer  (Read 577 times)

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Offline pusserboy

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This looks Interesting- MX 1200 mixer
« on: July 14, 2018, 08:17 AM »

I’ve been looking at similar mixers for a couple of years now as well as D- Handled drills to take the place of how I now mix with a geared down Milwaukee Drill. The Ergonomics are probably better on this type of mixer than my drill as far as wrist strain is concerned.....

I have read however, that you can end up with aches or muscle pain in your lower back with the style handle that the MX is using. I’ll have to try one out in person with some drywall mix next month when they’re in stock at my local dealer and see for myself.

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