The other thing working against you selling tools here is the rampant tool addiction. Everyone that remotely wants or needs it, already bought it. Best chance to sell them one used is to break into their van and sell it back to them fast, before they can get to a Home Depot.
I haven't needed to buy a new tool of any kind in years.
But that never stops me from hitting up the tool aisles first in most stores I walk in.
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I have said a lot of good things about the M12 bandsaw, but the truth is that I barely use it. I almost never run pipe and never cut strut. It’s just not necessary for my type of work. I bought the package of three extra blades but never needed them. I would be selling this tool and the blades alone, no batteries or charger.
I would also like to sell (as a package if possible) the M12 circular saw. I literally used this once to cut a single 2 x 4 into 16 inch pieces. It works great, but I just don’t need it. This would also be sold as the tool only, no batteries or charger.
Both tools might have light blemishes from sitting on the shelf, but are perfectly functional and like new mechanically.