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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    Well - July 15 2020 and no tool. I`ve bought two polishers since they made the big announcement of a tool by Spring 2019 - they said they`d been developing it since summer of 2018...two years is a long time. I liked the concept but then I heard about too much vibration, too much weight and a tool that went from something with the kinds of real improvements that I wanted (cord went upward out of the back, features on the handles to let me hold it for a long time without cramping and a comfortable shape from front to back, kinda like the Griots machines) but now it looks like grandpa`s grinder with a brick on the front of it.

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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    August 25th, still no tool They announced that thing 2 1/2 years ago. lol
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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Baton_Rouge_pro View Post
    August 25th, still no tool They announced that thing 2 1/2 years ago. lol
    For sure the pandemic has slowed everything down including this apparently..
    Sounds like a great idea, but with all the choices it has to do, how do they ever design the parts to be able to endure them for long hours at a time, for months, even years of constant use??
    Answer - talk to the Flex people... They only make machines for polishing stone, etc., and have a long history doing it..
    Hopefully, you will get a progress report soon -- Have you checked here for one ? Check out our website: 403 Forbidden and sign up for updates. <<< I clicked it and it still took me to the L/C website...
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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    It`s a neat idea but the price point will probably be too high for the hobby detailer.

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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    $699 for an unproven, heavy machine won`t `cut it`. (Excuse the pun )

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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Baton_Rouge_pro View Post
    $699 for an unproven, heavy machine won`t `cut it`. (Excuse the pun )
    It`s sold by the pound.
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    Re: Lake Country has a new tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    It`s sold by the pound.
    Hilarious
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