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New Products #69381 09/06/06 09:31 PM
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Any body run accross any new products on the market that are particularly interesting, or that make your job a lot easier? Either tools or materials that have either just hit the market or that you just found out about?

Links to manufacturers web info would be helpful.

Thanks

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Re: New Products #69382 09/06/06 09:45 PM
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Jim M Offline
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Arlington fitting seems to be bringing out quite an assortment of new products. I like the new inside the wall box for WP receptacles.
www.aifittings.com

Re: New Products #69383 09/07/06 04:42 PM
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Yeah. A couple weeks ago at the Orange store I saw southwire has a romex spooler. Looks a lot like a cord reel ex. the 2 sides thread together. Spin the one side off, drop a 250' coil on, spin on, and slide a pipe through the center. Even works on the floor w/ a long enough (3') pipe (won't tip over). $10.

Re: New Products #69384 09/09/06 07:49 PM
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thing sucks from the orange store bought one earlier this year useed it two days and through it out. peice of shi*.

Re: New Products #69385 09/09/06 08:47 PM
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Hard to beat Carlon's romex spooler. Works great for MC too. You can use it sitting on it's floor stand or hook it on a 2x4 stud.

Re: New Products #69386 09/10/06 09:54 AM
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steve ancient apprentice Offline
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Awile ago I posted a update on the new cheeta box and device system. I was skepitacal of it at first but found the system very user friendley. Sorry about my lousy spelling. Its basicially for residential work.


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