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Hmmm... I think we all need one of these.

Radio alarm saw - London Tools & Hardware For Sale - Kijiji London


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Does that warn you when you have been in the shop for too long? LOL

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The alarm turn on both the radio and the saw.
You have 3 seconds to stop the saw before it cut the bed in half.
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The alarm turn on both the radio and the saw.
You have 3 seconds to stop the saw before it cut the bed in half.
ROFLOL Either way you are getting up!

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Your post really brings back memories, Deb. Our twin boys began calling it that at about 3 or 4 years old. And, a helicopter was a "hock n pocka".
They're 32 now. Love 'em to death but sure miss their toddler antics and made up words.
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The Ad may look stupid, but it got you to look at it. Didn't it?

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I wasn't making fun of the person, it just struck me as very funny. As you pointed out Gene, exactly what a child might call it. We bought our grandson a Lego Bionicle for Xmas, he call it a bobobot.

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You are right George, I was thinking it was some very new cool tool..LOL.

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I've found very good deals on ebay because of wrong spellings.

Though I really want this saw. I used that type the most in high school wood shop, plus I need a radio to listen too
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