Tools and Shop Talk - Opinions, Thoughts, Reviews, B.S., etc.

kasnerd

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I have found no differences in klein and fluke over the years besides having to watch the flukes like a toddler about to run off with some scumbag. I wasn't that impressed with their network stuff, and have been super happy with ideal and klein tools.
 

theesotericone

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Fredo Baggins
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I have found no differences in klein and fluke over the years besides having to watch the flukes like a toddler about to run off with some scumbag. I wasn't that impressed with their network stuff, and have been super happy with ideal and klein tools.
Fluke is a better tool. Just like Festool is a better tool then DeWalt. The reason I use DeWalt is that, IMO, Festool is not 3 times better then DeWalt although it is 3 times more expensive. It's the same with meters or any tool. Go with bang for the buck.
 

kasnerd

never a mile from a good burrito
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Fluke is a better tool. Just like Festool is a better tool then DeWalt. The reason I use DeWalt is that, IMO, Festool is not 3 times better then DeWalt although it is 3 times more expensive. It's the same with meters or any tool. Go with bang for the buck.
i love my festool stuff. estate sale ftw. track saw, table and clamps.... totally understand how addictive nice tools are. there's no going back.
 
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i love my festool stuff. estate sale ftw. track saw, table and clamps.... totally understand how addictive nice tools are. there's no going back.
Those are great finds: estate sales or garage sales that ex wives have after a divorce. Pure gold. Lol.
 
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