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NEW Stanley Five Beam Laser level / Mankita 18v Drill Driver

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NEW Stanley FatMax Five beam laser self leveling

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The FatMax five-beam self-leveling laser from Stanley features five bright laser dots, integrated magnetic universal mount, out-of-level indicator, automatic shut-off, and heavy-duty magnetic damping compensator for quick leveling and stabilization of beams.

NEW Makita 18 Volt Compact Lithium-Ion Driver Drill Kit

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* Lithium Ion battery technology - Charges in only 15 minutes

* 1/2" Keyless Chuck with shaft lock for tighter securing bits for professional demands

* Makita built 4 pole motor design for high performance lasts 5 times longer than competitive motors

* Built in LED light to light up the work area

* 16 Position Clutch

* Lightest 18v driver on the market

Read reviews here.

http://www.amazon.com/Makita-BDF452HW-Compact-Lithium-Ion-Driver/dp/B000K6ILDW/ref=sr_1_1/002-3621906-7902457?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1185572785&sr=1-1

Mankita Gun is priced at $300+ retail, Will sell for $200

Stanley Five Beam Laser level values $269+ retail, Will sell for $150

Both for $300 we can also negotiate.

please email timmynguyen307@hotmail.com

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How much use have they seen?

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New as in never been used.

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Will trade for a nice Digital Camera!

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sent e-mail to make offer on drill two weeks ago. Never heard back. Is it still for sale?

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Never received it.

It is still for sale. Try hotrodcircuit307@hotmail.com the other one has been a bit screwy lately.

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