DIY or blue power tools?

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Hi
i wonder whether the high prices of the blue power tools actually come with a higher quality? i've been working with Bosch diy-tools for a few years now and they are just fine. about a week ago my bosch all purpose saw broke and is busted now. a friend of mine told me to get a saw from the blue pt series. in his business he only works with the blue ones and the machines seem to work just as the diy's. why should i invest more money for the blue series? just curious...
Thanks for your answer
ian
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the blue pro tools are better built and made to withstand prolonged trade use, the green diy range is fine for lighter use so it would depend on how much you use your tools. As with all tools its best to buy the best you can at the time, Mark
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Blue pro tools are better quality and come with 3 year warranty on the tool which you dont get with diy range
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wow! I didn't know about the 3 year warranty. the pro tools seem to be worth a try...
jeremy

This post was edited by Bob Community Team on 28.06.2011, 15:32 o’clock
Reason: made a spelling mistake

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I use only use blue as I run 110v for everything I can.
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When you by the tool you get 1 year but then register online within in think 30 days and you get 3 years! need to keep the recipt and the certificate they give you online for the warranty
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Im sure the 3 year warranty is only on the tool itself and not the battries,it might be diffrent for the lithium id check it out first.
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Im sure the 3 year warranty is only on the tool itself and not the battries,it might be diffrent for the lithium id check it out first.
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Im sure the 3 year warranty is only on the tool itself and not the battries,it might be diffrent for the lithium id check it out first.
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Im sure the 3 year warranty is only on the tool itself and not the battries,it might be diffrent for the lithium id check it out first.