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  1. #26
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    Re: Peddling the Longevity line

    WHY DO THEY INSULT PEOPLE by including that idiotic "face shield" and "brush/chipping device"?

    sad, really.

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    Re: Peddling the Longevity line

    Dude I love that brush! Seriously.
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    Re: Peddling the Longevity line

    I buried mine in the back yard.
    Didn't even want the trash guys to see it.
    Thought about putting it in the trash, had a vision of the neighborhood dogs knocking over the trash can, with the face shield and brush ending up on the sidewalk in front of my house, for all the world to see.
    He!! No.
    Buried 'em in the back yard.
    Last edited by geezerbill; 03-30-2015 at 09:18 PM.

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    Re: Peddling the Longevity line

    For a post like this, I would ignore all posters who have not DIRECTLY used the equipment they are commenting on. I love my MigWeld 140. I use it almost exclusively for solid wire welding on projects 1/8" or less in thickness, which is ~50% of my projects. And if I ever had an equipment problem, even if minor, that was when Simon took care of me. But I've had minor or major problems with all of the welders I've owned (Lincoln, Everlast, Hobart, Longevity) and they all took care of me. So personally, it does not matter to me if I have a problem with a durable-good manufactured product---what matters to me is what the maker does in response to a problem---that's what matters!! And Lincoln, Everlast, Hobart, Longevity have all been there for me at one time or another. My .02. (BTW, I like my MigWeld140 so much, I'm looking into upgrading to the more powerful MigWeld 200S, because I just recently now have access to a 220V outlet at home where I rent from and also a generator that I recently purchased that has an OEM 240V welding outlet.)
    Last edited by Agape Guy; 04-30-2015 at 02:19 PM.
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    Re: Peddling the Longevity line

    Quote Originally Posted by Agape Guy View Post
    For a post like this, I would ignore all posters who have not DIRECTLY used the equipment they are commenting on. I love my MigWeld 140. I use it almost exclusively for solid wire welding on projects 1/8" or less in thickness, which is ~50% of my projects. And if I ever had an equipment problem, even if minor, that was when Simon took care of me. But I've had minor or major problems with all of the welders I've owned (Lincoln, Everlast, Hobart, Longevity) and they all took care of me. So personally, it does not matter to me if I have a problem with a durable-good manufactured product---what matters to me is what the maker does in response to a problem---that's what matters!! And Lincoln, Everlast, Hobart, Longevity have all been there for me at one time or another. My .02. (BTW, I like my MigWeld140 so much, I'm looking into upgrading to the more powerful MigWeld 200S, because I just recently now have access to a 220V outlet at home where I rent from and also a generator that I recently purchased that has an OEM 240V welding outlet.)

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