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Thread: Cross Brand Comparison MIG, AC-DC TIG MIG units

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    Cross Brand Comparison MIG, AC-DC TIG MIG units

    This is a cross brand comparison of the new units that feature AC/DC TIG with MIG and Stick combined in an all in one unit.
    How do they measure up with Everlast?
    See for yourself
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    Esab Migmaster 250
    Lincoln SA 200
    Lincoln Ranger 8
    Smith Oxy Fuel setup
    Everlast PowerPlasma 80
    Everlast Power iMIG 160
    Everlast Power iMIG 205
    Everlast Power iMIG 140E
    Everlast PowerARC 300
    Everlast PowerARC 140ST
    Everlast PowerTIG 255EXT

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    Re: Cross Brand Comparison MIG, AC-DC TIG MIG units

    I was looking at that on your website.
    The only thing was both Miller and Esab are selling their units for $2999
    Hands down Everlast has the most options.
    I have said in the past I would jump on the 221 Everlast except for the fact of mail in repair/replace if there are problems.
    If I buy from my LWS they will always give me a loaner if needed during repair time.
    Tom

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    Re: Cross Brand Comparison MIG, AC-DC TIG MIG units

    Their list price is much higher. Some retailers are selling at a higher price. I suspect that is an introductory price you are looking at, especially since the 25% tariff has hit ESAB and Miller on this stuff as well and the prices on the ESAB unit were posted before this tariff was on the horizon.

    As far as mail in, ESAB is much in the same boat since so many so called dealers are only online with them. The brick and mortar stores that can sell them, don't stock them, at least in my area and my travels across the South East. Even if they do, they likely won't be at the discount price, but closer to full retail. If they don't stock them, they don't provide loaners, IF they can fix it. I have an ESAB, and have gotten the cold shoulder about things I needed in way of parts even from the name brand store where I bought it from.
    Esab Migmaster 250
    Lincoln SA 200
    Lincoln Ranger 8
    Smith Oxy Fuel setup
    Everlast PowerPlasma 80
    Everlast Power iMIG 160
    Everlast Power iMIG 205
    Everlast Power iMIG 140E
    Everlast PowerARC 300
    Everlast PowerARC 140ST
    Everlast PowerTIG 255EXT

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