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    Dave, Thank you brother. I am truly blessed.

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    that is sweet

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    Just want to say.. If anyone is thinking about buying a grinder, This thing is AWESOME. Save the extra cash and buy a TW-90 Its worth every penny.. Travis is a great guy to deal with, and his product is first class all the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    Just want to say.. If anyone is thinking about buying a grinder, This thing is AWESOME. Save the extra cash and buy a TW-90 Its worth every penny.. Travis is a great guy to deal with, and his product is first class all the way!
    I second that. It sounds like a lot of money for a grinder, but truth of the matter is you are buying two grinders in one - vertical and horizontal. Buying them separately, would cost more, take more space on your bench and won't be as easy to operate - tracking on this grinder is a breeze, as is swapping attachments.


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    Ok I went and looked how much the thing is. I can honestly see for running a business it being worth it, even more prob. Again I am comparing restaurant equipment but I have seen tilt skillets go for 20k, Hobarts go for over 20k. So in that line very cheap.

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