Hmm, maybe I need to head out to Texas this weekend :thumbup:guy in texas did better than both of us today.
wish they had that deal at my lowes.
Is this in reference to me? I'm not buying to collect. I'm upgrading from my current set up that I have had since I first started working in the field. Do I need a pair of 7" pump pliers? Eh, not really. But it would've been nice to pay less and get both a 7 and 10 rather than paying more for just a 10.fantastic and a little sad. the guys who buy tools just to collect them...
Do you have a link? I've been trying to find that thread :laughing:it is in reference to people on the "tools of the old world" thread. i have read every page of it. some amazing tools.
a few extravagances every now and again is healthy. every man deserves a new toy once in a while.
Good man:thumbsup:I understand what you are saying but it is easier to pay the bills and not have to shift money around between accounts. Besides the wife and I have been married 20 years for a reason, we learn to make compromises and not be selfish. Besides I usually get what I want. All you have to do is look at my dive gear, guns, fishing poles, tools, and home theater.
Just a side note I have learned how to get the last word with my wife, it's "Yes Dear" :laughing:
How much did that set you back?I was pretty impressed with their stuff. I haven't tried their toolbelts, but I've been using this tote for the last month and really like it. Out of the box I worked it over with some saddle soap. A couple days later I did it again. I haven't done anything since and its starting to settle in better now. They seem to use decent quality leather. I would have preferred a natural color instead of the dyed leather, but it's not that big of a deal. I'm still tinkering around with the setup, but it I sure like working out of it.
I didn't know Bahco made a combo square, but some of their stuff is hard to get here. Looks good mate. :thumbsup: