man I hate to say but they have a ****ty mixer and a bogus gettoblasteranytime I'm looking at buying a new tool & I'm not sure of the quality, i look at the brand name. if it indicates what it does or what its used for, it tells me a lot of times its junk. Like shopforce, masterhand, toolshop, builtrite... Names like these tell me right away.
take like dewalt for instance or hilti, the name is just a name but its still quality.
Im kinda being funny but its partly true
Is the search function on here still stuffed?? Search goldblatt, its been talked about many times before, I got a full set to start off, Didn't like the boxes because they had plastic blades, I think they have gone back to brass now. Zookas ok, pumps good as any, Not a fan of angleheads but the goldblatts were ok too. Goosenecks just a gooseneck same as box filler, I didn't like the handles. The 7 and ten box is prob fine if you backwipe, I would get a better brand for a 12 though.I see these Level5 drywall tools at crazy cheap prices. Can anybody tell me about them should i steer clear of this stuff?
On bolded parts: One way to find that out is to do like other manufacturers have done - circulate some tools among some of the pros here who already run tools, and have them post what they think after they've tried them.Appreciate all of the interaction on Level 5. I work with Level 5 and have so for sometime. Some of the past tools needed some changes which have been made such as brass blade holders. Parts are mostly interchangeable with other major brands and are far less expensive. We pride ourselves on great customer service and offer a 3 year warranty+. The materials and workmanship are outstanding and we are sure you will be happy with the value! In general we priced over 30% below the competition! Worth a try for sure!!!! Thank you for your interest!
Welcome Level five, Glad to see you have joined us. Hopefully the other members appreciate you being involved and don't give you to much of a hard time.
Good for you on stepping up, Level5 . :thumbsup: