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  1. Just less vibration than than the hs82 , I'm going to try a makita. I'll give a review once iv give it some stick
  2. How do you find them and how often do you use them. They definitely look good
  3. If that's true, the makita 7500 is only 300£ in screwfix. Seems a bargain My local makita dealer kind of said all his makita are the same, it only the blade size that changes.
  4. It probably will, I scraped mine I had no idea they would run out of them. Iv seen some second hand ones in Germany, it's just the lack of reviews that puts me of
  5. I rung makita customer services today and give them a few model numbers. They said they dont make an equivalent model to the two models I quoted. I was hoping just to pick up a similar makita
  6. Hi has any one used dolmer hedge trimmers commercially I'm chasing that old Robin durability and cut. I cant find any reviews and I'll just go back to echo or stihl if not.
  7. All three local shops near me are the same price. You have to pay for a service they say as they need to take the machine apart they say. The blades are about 150 plus fitting. Does seem extremely expensive
  8. Thanks for the replys I'm looking into the dolmers also There as expensive as the stihl ones, but the last few stihls iv had dont cut well after a year and cost 150 to sharpen
  9. Hi , iv read makita is the new Robin. Has anyone used them. Iv used echo and stihl but neither compare to my old Robin's. They're in screwfix at 300£
  10. Hi there just joined. Looking to buy some second hand climbing spikes, where best to post. Thanks Alex

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