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Offline SRSemenza

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Re: Odd Listing Error on Amazon.ca
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2017, 04:49 PM »
Must be the UK version for tea time?  [poke]   [tongue]

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I was looking at a Plumb hammer (the kind you swing by hand)  a couple days ago on Amazon and the description said it has two speed ranges for high and low torque applications.  [eek]  I don't think I want that feature in a hammer.

Plus they really missed the opportunity to market this as having infinitely variable speed  [big grin] 

Seth
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Offline Phil Beckley

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Re: Odd Listing Error on Amazon.ca
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2017, 04:58 PM »
Must be the UK version for tea time?  [poke]   [tongue]

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I was looking at a Plumb hammer (the kind you swing by hand)  a couple days ago on Amazon and the description said it has two speed ranges for high and low torque applications.  [eek]  I don't think I want that feature in a hammer.

Plus they really missed the opportunity to market this as having infinitely variable speed  [big grin] 

Seth


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Offline Bohdan

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Re: Odd Listing Error on Amazon.ca
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2017, 07:38 PM »
I was looking at a Plumb hammer (the kind you swing by hand)  a couple days ago on Amazon and the description said it has two speed ranges for high and low torque applications.  [eek]  I don't think I want that feature in a hammer.

Plus they really missed the opportunity to market this as having infinitely variable speed  [big grin] 

Seth

That's right. Stationary and moving!