Brittle in cold
Posted December 17, 2013
Bought a dust Right starter kit a while ago and have slowly been adding to my components. The other day, I dropped the hose end with the "dust Right Handle" from about 3-4 foot height and the handle shattered. I know it is cold, but the product should be able to withstand a drop of 3 feet without breaking.
My boss bought me this product...
Posted July 6, 2013
My boss bought me this product to use at work. I found the handle broke too easily. I temporarily fixed it with body-filler and screws. But if you are going to use it with other attachments like the floor sweeper, claw or anything else that places torque on the handle it's not going to last. I am going to have to convince my boss that this piece is a consumable or figure out a way make something more permanent!
Dust Right Handle connections are fine....
Posted February 9, 2013
Dust Right Handle connections are fine. However don't expect the pistol grip to remain for long. Snapped off in my hand. It was only half bonded to the tube. Works better now-omnidirectional. Poor workmanship.
Works great for a while. Becomes...
Posted January 26, 2013
Works great for a while. Becomes difficult to connect and disconnect after being used a few times. Handle broke attempting to get it connected. Good idea, needs improvement.
Because of the tight fit, you...
Posted January 3, 2013
Because of the tight fit, you have to wiggle the handle to pull it out from the fitting. The second time I removed it from my planer, the handle split it half. I used some epoxy to glue the the handle halves back together. It didn't last long as a few days later the whole handle snapped off while wiggling it out of my table saw connector. Either I'm a lot stronger than I thought, or this piece is poorly made.