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This looks handy for a workshop

Discussion in 'Workshop Projects' started by Clive, Apr 15, 2013.

  1. Clive

    Clive Staff Member

    Location:
    Lichfield
  2. suffolksmallholder

    suffolksmallholder Member

    Location:
    Suffolk
    That's well cool! I'd Love on in my workshop.
    SS
     
  3. WANT ONE!!!!!
     
  4. Paul_P

    Paul_P Member

    Location:
    North Cheshire
    Blumin daft I would say. I put in my own Tecelemit 4 post 3 ton hoist that I paid £500 for. I bet that thing costs at least twice that and isn't 1/10th as useful.
     
  5. John 1594

    John 1594 Member

    Location:
    Cambridgeshire
    waiting for the moment the electrics go wrong, it lays you down on your back and goes full tilt into the shed wall :D
     
  6. pycoed

    pycoed Member

    Location:
    Pontarddulais, UK
    The perfect answer for home international nights/New year's eve/after a left & right at foxes or woodcock or Friday nights when the wife is away at a bee conference!
     
  7. Paul_P

    Paul_P Member

    Location:
    North Cheshire
    Or goes full till upwards when you're underneath and leaves an impression of a gearbox in your face and chest,
     
    Parts Boy likes this.
  8. I wonder how quick it would be though in real life, rather than a video on fast forward. Bet you it would be sloooow.
     
  9. Bobthebuilder

    Bobthebuilder Member

    Location:
    northumberland
    no use on most of our workshop floors as they are cracked rough concrete if your lucky, not the polished surface that is on in video :rolleyes:
     

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