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    Quote Originally Posted by jack620 View Post
    Is it just me, or are there pictures of two different models shown in that ad?
    No, it is not just you. The whole thing looks a bit wrong. I had doubt too when I first saw it.
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    Yup - they've mixed up pictures of the 5 and 700.

    The ad is for the previous model number 700. New one is 576429. I don't know if there's any real difference, apart from the new gen systainer. So likely to be old stock/display models.
    I've bought a fe$tool or two as ex-display from TT, and they've all been fine. Full warranty etc.

    They've got the old model cordless saw (TSC 55) with a couple of hundred off too. There are a few significant differences between that one and the new model though (thinner kerf blade, electronic anti-kickback)

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Type View Post
    I wonder how long before a Festool Australia troll finds fault.
    Not long by all accounts this thread would have tipped them off.
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    • It is illegal for anyone not an electrician to change a plug
    • That varies from state to state. The last time I checked you had to be "competent" in NSW and some other states, and from memory it was not allowed in WA. AFAIK, "Competent" means you have been shown how to do this extraordinarily simple task. Maybe this has changed I don't know, and it should be checked out before proceeding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wongo View Post
    I bought the XL from Total tools for $2,058 and it arrived today. It must be a display model because there is some visible rust. There is one left on the website if you are interested.

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