Author Topic: Woodpeckers Posi-Lock T Square OneTIME Tool (Ultimate Tools, Canada)  (Read 1778 times)

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Offline Chris Wong

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Good afternoon/evening FOG!

It's been a busy week for us with lots of exciting things going on, including the announcement of the first Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool in quite a while!

We are accepting pre-orders for the Posi-Lock T Squares now, with ordering deadline Friday June 10. OneTIME Tools are available by pre-order only, so you must pre-order to get one. Delivery is scheduled for November 2022.

The 12", 24", and 32" Posi-Lock T Squares are available separately, or as a set. Click the image below for more information and to order.



On another note, we have lots of Festool tools and accessories in stock and ready for immediate shipment (or pick-up, if you prefer) including Conturo Edgebanders and CT 15 Dust Extractors if you're looking for one.

Lastly, there is a TSO Products price increase scheduled for June 15, so if you've been waiting to pull the trigger on something, why not act now? Click here to browse TSO Products that we carry.

We offer free shipping in Canada for most orders over $149, or you can pick up from our Burnaby, BC location.

Thanks for reading, let me know if you have any questions!
« Last Edit: June 04, 2022, 11:52 AM by Chris Wong »
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Offline hdv

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Yeah, I noticed that renewed release of the posi-lock T-square. Such a shame they won't make a metric version. If they had, I would have bought it without any hesitation. Sadly, that is not the case. Again a missed opportunity there. I do understand that NA is their main market, but I would have thought international sales were strong enough to make it more worth their while. I must be wrong in that assumption.

Offline Cheese

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I purchased one of the original versions when they were first offered. It's really nice and I find myself using it a lot more than I originally thought. I just used it 2 days ago.  [smile]

Offline Chris Wong

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Yeah, I noticed that renewed release of the posi-lock T-square. Such a shame they won't make a metric version. If they had, I would have bought it without any hesitation. Sadly, that is not the case. Again a missed opportunity there. I do understand that NA is their main market, but I would have thought international sales were strong enough to make it more worth their while. I must be wrong in that assumption.

I was half expecting to see metric versions too, as they have offered many of their previous OTTs in metric. I had the thought that the leg could be removed and flipped over for another set of graduations, but the scribe holes would be the same. I guess they could make the leg wider to accommodate an extra two rows of metric scribe notches, but they would have to be clearly identified to avoid confusion.
Chris Wong, http://FlairWoodworks.com and https://www.ultimatetools.ca/
First Festool was a free pencil.
Shipping live-edge cribbage boards around the world since 2010.

Offline AaronGeller

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I purchased one of the original versions when they were first offered. It's really nice and I find myself using it a lot more than I originally thought. I just used it 2 days ago.  [smile]

Which length do you find most useful?

Offline Cheese

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Which length do you find most useful?

I purchased the 24" length and it works for me...I'd give it a thumbs up for productivity and usefulness.