What? Everyone's got to learn somehow, and that video didn't seem condescending to me. Heck, I already knew how to use a tape measure, but the "how to draw a perfect circle" was new to me, not that I don't already know a couple of ways to do it.
Posted by: Rick C at Tue Oct 10 16:17:47 2017 (ECH2/)
I took a look at the other "How To" vids they've got on YooToob. While I'm not entirely sure why you have to take the battery out of your screwgun when you're changing a bit, the circular saw one was actually quite useful. I mean, I had no idea they were actually battery powered now!
Posted by: Wonderduck at Tue Oct 10 20:10:22 2017 (pvQmD)
My guess is to avoid the possibility (big corporations are afraid of potential liability issues!) of you drilling yourself by mistake.
Posted by: Rick C at Tue Oct 10 20:59:33 2017 (ITnFO)
is battery-powered, now. I have an electric lawnmower. The new version is battery-powered and rechargeable. My dad has a battery-powered chainsaw.
Posted by: Ben at Tue Oct 10 21:22:08 2017 (ee6LA)
Yet at the Lazy B Ranch, everything is pneumatic. Except the flashlights....
(Obscure nickname for my workplace).
Posted by: Mauser at Tue Oct 10 21:26:08 2017 (TYvUn)
"Every warning in the manual came out of a lawsuit".
Posted by: J Greely at Tue Oct 10 23:16:44 2017 (tgyIO)
Do not Taunt Happy Fun Ball.
Posted by: Mauser at Wed Oct 11 18:33:57 2017 (TYvUn)
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