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New Strikemaster Electric

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Anyone used the new strikemaster electric lazer? Wondering how it compares to the Ion.

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LucasLongCaster

My wife got me the new strikemaster Lithium 40v for my birthday a couple weeks back and i absolutely love it. It came with 2 batteries and a mail in form to get a strikemaster jacket for alot less than the ion with just one battery. It's a great auger love the reverse and ice illuminating lights. Slap on the battery and drill. I won't go back now that I have used a nice electric.

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wallyhunter66

I had the pleasure to use one a couple days ago, I really liked it. I was a strikemaster guy until I got an ion. They are pretty close as far as I can tell. Not worth selling my ion to get one, but if it ever wears out, well, I think I’d go back. I will never, ever, go back to propane or gas! 

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slabbing_10

FANTASTIC! Used it for three weeks now. I had a 91 three horse 10" strikemaster. Never failed me all those years. Started to get to heavy to hole hop the older I get. This new 40 volt is great, nice and light. I bought the 10". Came with two batteries. Will never go back to gas again. A+ strikemaster!

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