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    Default Tools for WOMEN!

    Please do a review of tools, including typical power tools, that are lightweight and smaller sized for women, and that don't cut down on the power needed to do basic tasks.

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    Default Re: Tools for WOMEN!

    Girlfriend you can do anything you want to do. If you need a smaller tool there's plenty of them out there. Just your average hammer comes in different weights. Think smarter, there are other ways to get something done and you don't need all those expensive fancy tools.

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    Default Re: Tools for WOMEN!

    Quote Originally Posted by ccruse174 View Post
    Girlfriend you can do anything you want to do. If you need a smaller tool there's plenty of them out there. Just your average hammer comes in different weights. Think smarter, there are other ways to get something done and you don't need all those expensive fancy tools.
    With an attitude like that, you'll never get anywhere. If a job is worth doing, it's worth buying a new tool for.

    On a serious note, the right tool does actually make all the difference in the ease of the job, the quality of the job, and the sanity of the person doing the work. It's like trying to fry an egg in an empty tuna can, sure it can be done, but it ain't gonna be easy and it ain't gonna be pretty when it's done.
    I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!

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    Default Re: Tools for WOMEN!

    a spruce, stop telling people about how i cook things.....

    on the tool note though. there are several brands that are making more compact lightweight tools. it just depends on what type of tool it is. certain tools have to be a certain size so the motor can handle the work load and still do its task properly
    fire up the saw and make some dust

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