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Black and Decker Wizard

Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by Digger196, October 9, 2002.

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    1. Digger196

      Digger196 Well-Known Member

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      Does anyone have a Black and Decker Wizard? I just got one to see if it was a good buy. It was $25 at Walmart. Here's a picture. Doing to use it for trimming if tires rum anymore.

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      similar to a dremel. i use my dremel often enough.. but i don't think you will be able to do a lot of trimming for tires with it. i may be wrong though.
      if it doesn't work for the trimming... its a good buy for $25. you'll find all kinds of little jobs that it will work great for.
       
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      Nice little tool I have one:D
       
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      Flounder Owns 10,000 Marbles Elite Explorer Moderator Emeritus

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      My mother has one. It works well.
       
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      Glad i got it! sence it is cordless i can take it on the trails and trim in case i get in a jam i can just CUT IT lol.
       

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