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    Julio T.

    … that somebody (someone of the OMS, perhaps) should advice seriously: hydroalcoholic gel is for hands, not for drinking:


    Larry Geib

    You don’t have to buy it.
    Preston 1399 clone brand new with more careful machining for $285 and selling out every production run.
    Now in cast steel instead of bronze. You can also get the larger version.


    My theory is the Walke-Moore guys posted that Tyzak router.



    That self-same-seller offered that Tyzack router for £1100 a while back….. it didn’t sell.
    I recall that an identical tool, complete with the garish 1950’s box and all the cutters sold at the same site couple of years ago for around £600, which raised a few eye-brows at the time.

    It was amazement at the prices such a simple tool could command.

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