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Hi guys.
They arrived last week along with some foods that I bought in my last visit to my daughter.
Included are several clamps, two ROS from B&D, a router bit, various glue bottles and some pieces for lamp assembly for a lighting decoration project that I am working at.
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Alexis, I am sure you will put all of them to good use.
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Are there any voltage issues with those sanders? Nice collection of tools and accessories. Nice to have good stuff like that.

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Congratulations...! All worthwhile investments...I'm sure you will put them all to good use...you always have great projects...
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I like the quick grip clamps for when you need to hold parts together with one hand while you get a clamp on them with the other. For lots of jobs that's all the pressure you need to apply.

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A belated holiday gift. Well done.
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Hi Alexis, how was the cost of freight?

I know from USA to Aus is very expensive....

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As I said in a previous post, you can never have too many clamps!!!

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Hi Alexis, how was the cost of freight?

I know from USA to Aus is very expensive....
Excuse me for the late reply, our internet provider has many operational issues and we paid the consequences.
The freight overall cost was USD130 for a door to door service from Florida to my town city for four 18*18*24 inches carton boxes, including others supplies, as I mentioned before.
It took three weeks to arrive.
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