It just struck me as a bit strange, and how sad we both are............
We went to the hardware store, and I bought her a length of drainpipe and some skirting board......hey, you guys know that I am romantic like that?............she has wandered off, as she does, and comes back with a Dremel Multipro............. like there is this one day sale and this is now half price, having been reduced already to half price.......... they must have one hell of a profit margin?
Looks like a nice tool, and it is made in Mexico.............NOT China
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i have the corded version, it was i think $30 brand new. very well built, its actually the roto-zip style tool but built by dremel. i like it alot, works wonders for many types of difficult cuts. apparently, its made in racine, WI. only about an hour from me
I picked up the Dremel Advantage (that's the rotozip one) for $29 at Costco last week. The exact same part number goes for $80+ to $149 as various hardware shops within walking distance of Costco. That's a beastly markup.