Did some work with 2 tradies (chippies) that purchased their whole new kits (6 items) Makita and Dewalt on the internet from overseas. Theyve had enough of the market manipulation.
That would make for a lot of cheesed-off Tradies out there, wouldn't it?
Some items such as levels I have purchased 30% cheaper than Bunnings.
They don't get a second chance visit to see if they can do better.
I have only one Ryobi power tool. I lent it the other day for first time use and the sparky said the RCD on the lead didn't work so he had to take it off and use a separate inline RCD.
When buildings made with lime are subjected to small movements thay are more likely to develop many fine cracks than the individual large cracks which occur in stiffer cement-bound buildings. Water penetration can dissolve the 'free' lime and transport it. As the water evaporates, this lime is deposited and begins to heal the cracks. This process is called autogenous healing.