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Jsp infinty powercap?

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Has anyone used one of these?

i need something for milling. I have the normal powercap but find with earmuffs the motor vibrates and drives me nuts!! 
i know these are mega bucks but id rather invest in something decent

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We use the Axminster Power Cap for milling, but I can't get your link to work so I don't know if this is the same as the one you are referring to.  Can you put a photo on?

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Its this it and has integrated earmuffs but it comes in at nearly a grand!! I know there is no price on health but its strong money.

the axeminster rep said it is loads better than the normal powercap but id like to hear opinions of someone who used one

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5 minutes ago, kav said:

Its this it and has integrated earmuffs but it comes in at nearly a grand!! I know there is no price on health but its strong money.

the axeminster rep said it is loads better than the normal powercap but id like to hear opinions of someone who used one

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Oh wow that is a price.  No the one we use is Axminster £200 or so.

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I have the air shield pro and thats ace apart from the ear defenders but I just use those squidgy ones and they work ok .

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On 01/08/2020 at 22:42, kav said:

Its this it and has integrated earmuffs but it comes in at nearly a grand!! I know there is no price on health but its strong money.

the axeminster rep said it is loads better than the normal powercap but id like to hear opinions of someone who used one

18EB1CA2-4EEA-4326-AE1D-265F4D504294.jpeg

wow thats steep,(festool prices lol) I`,d want it to mill my wood too for that 

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