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Rumor is, Ridgid..................hb

heatboy
heatboy Member Posts: 1,468
.....version of the compact 100 B to market next year. Anyone else hear that?

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  • ALH_4
    ALH_4 Member Posts: 1,790
    Cords

    Instead of two versions, why don't cordless tool manufacturers make a transformer that fits into the battery slot?
  • Don \"Grumpy\" Walsh
    Don \"Grumpy\" Walsh Member Posts: 184
    Duh!

    Way too simple Andrew. Only the people who USE the equipment would think that logically.
  • hr
    hr Member Posts: 6,106
  • lee_7
    lee_7 Member Posts: 458


    Hitachi did that a few years ago, didn'y work very well. Made drill very heavy and very unbalanced. Also had a battery belt with a cord from belt to drill. Made drill lighter, but you couldn't put the drill down.
  • Jim_47
    Jim_47 Member Posts: 244
    corded stuff

    I cant remember where I was or who was working on what....
    Tool was powered by a central supply on the belt. Power cord was attached to the tool by a block that met where the battery would meet. the tool could be run from the battery attached directly or from the block attached to the tool and the battery clipped to the belt. As my wheels turn now, why not give a 3rd option for a remote power supply and a block to attach where the battery goes.
    Seems very VERY simple.
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