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bigfoot

11:13AM | 12/22/02
Member Since: 12/21/02
10 lifetime posts
Bvtools
I saw a battery drill with a little spotlight on the front. At the time I didn't pay much attention. Can anybody tell me which companies produce these?
I am also looking for a shop vac I saw a couple of years ago. The vac was full size 16 gal, but came with a removable power head, which you could use as a blower or install in the hand carry canister to make it a carry around without sacrificing power.
any info on these items would be greatly appreciated. thank you

shallnot

09:36AM | 12/26/02
Member Since: 12/25/02
2 lifetime posts
I believe SKIL just came out with a new line with Lights on everything

mini me

03:58AM | 12/27/02
Member Since: 12/09/02
66 lifetime posts
SKIL does have a line of "light it up" tools that have little LED spotlights on them...as for the vac w/ detacheable powerhead to use as a blower you should look at the RIDGID 2-in-1 vac...I bought this one because it is a very powerful wet/dry vac but i can also pop the motor off and use it as a leaf blower in the yard...and if i click on another attatchment i can use it to clean my gutters...the ridgid vacs will be found at the home depot...and they should have the light it up tools as well

bigfoot

08:26AM | 12/27/02
Member Since: 12/21/02
10 lifetime posts
I have the Rigid, very good vac, currently on sale @ depot $68. What I am looking for is a vac that has a smaller tub with it. You take the vac assembly off & put it on the smaller tub turning it into a compact carry around.I saw it a couple of years ago, thought it was a craftsman. Haven't seen it since.
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