fiskars x27 . . . believe the hype

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jatoxico

Minister of Fire
Aug 8, 2011
4,335
Long Island NY
Craftsman hand tools used to be high quality even if they could be a little clunky. No more.
 

Stelcom66

Minister of Fire
Nov 6, 2014
518
Connecticut
Craftsman has been around since 1927, but they have never made a tool....

Whoever made the tools in 1977 seemed to do a good job. But, as the article states - different tools were made by different companies.
And, a tool in made years ago is likely made by a different manufacturer today. Interesting there are that many variables - the specific tool
and/or it's manufactured date. I believe it could be the same situation with lawn tractors. My Sears model is very similar to an MTD, and a Murray... maybe even a Husky. I've heard there's just a few manufacturers out there - at least for the more basic lower cost tractors like mine

So much for Sears staying around this neck of the woods. About a month or so ago the only one in this area began closing sales.
 

KodiakII

Minister of Fire
Jan 17, 2011
527
Eastern Ontario
I have a GB and a Fiskars...guess which one is my go to.
 

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