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Was hoping to buy a 661 in the next few weeks, would it be worth waiting for the 500i to come out? Still very new but out a year in the US and getting great reviews, meant to be as light as a 441 and an absolute BEAST. what do you guys think? 

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Just now, Joe087623 said:

Was hoping to buy a 661 in the next few weeks, would it be worth waiting for the 500i to come out? Still very new but out a year in the US and getting great reviews, meant to be as light as a 441 and an absolute BEAST. what do you guys think? 

If the 500i is as fragile as the 462 is said to be then no. Wait a bit see how they fair in a production cutting environment .

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4 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

I don’t think it’s out anywhere, let alone the US.

Op says out a year in the US and getting great reviews . Does he have something to support this I wonder ?

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5 minutes ago, Rough Hewn said:

A 661 will cut wood faster than a 500i.
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My thoughts as well .

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Just now, Mick Dempsey said:

It ain’t, he is mistaken.

Yea . Thought so .  I am biased anyway being a Husky user predominately . 😀

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