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    Default New Hilti U.K. Site



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    I had an email about this today. Haven't looked yet, cos if I do, i'll buy something. Can't resist Hilti stuff.

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    Nice easy site

    But typical Hilti NO PRICES!

    Their pricing system really takes some working out, Who do you know that has paid the shown price?
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    I have an account with them so the prices always show up. If you register, you should be able to see prices too.

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    Thats right if you register you will see prices.

    The VC20-U looks a mean little vacuum, only 15ltr but never the less it looks mean!

    TONY PLEASE DO NOT PRESS THE LINK!

    hilti.co.uk/holuk/page/module/product/prca_rangedetail.jsf?lang=en&nodeId=-102170

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain perfect View Post
    Nice easy site

    Who do you know that has paid the shown price?

    No one they always have a deal, email the local rep and

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    Quote Originally Posted by turrican_007 View Post
    Thats right if you register you will see prices.

    The VC20-U looks a mean little vacuum, only 15ltr but never the less it looks mean!

    TONY PLEASE DO NOT PRESS THE LINK!

    https://www.hilti.co.uk/holuk/page/m...nodeId=-102170
    Why not? I already have the VCU 40M so won't be tempted to buy another...... or will I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    Why not? I already have the VCU 40M so won't be tempted to buy another...... or will I?

    Green shoots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turrican_007 View Post
    Green shoots?
    No it's a red one.

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    Why don't they let dealers sell their stuff anymore Grrrrrrrrr
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    Had the Rep drop by and see me yesterday, they have all now got Transit style vans loaded with everything, they even carry a concrete block, a small section of RSJ and some 4x2 timber in a pull out draw at the back and a flap down bench with a vice on it.

    He drove a Tec bolt into the RSJ 3 times, the most at the moment is 8 using the same bolt

    So beware Tony when your local Rep drops by to see you, could cost you some...........or maybe a lot of wonga

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    Had the Rep drop by and see me yesterday, they have all now got Transit style vans loaded with everything, they even carry a concrete block, a small section of RSJ and some 4x2 timber in a pull out draw at the back and a flap down bench with a vice on it.

    He drove a Tec bolt into the RSJ 3 times, the most at the moment is 8 using the same bolt

    So beware Tony when your local Rep drops by to see you, could cost you some...........or maybe a lot of wonga
    Hilti must be on an economy drive as they were using VW T5 130PS last year. I'd be pissed off if I had to drive a Transit after a T5. Was that Justin Hargreaves you saw?
    Did he use the 22v cordless to drive the tec bolt into the steel with, cos he did when he came round to see me. A mobile shop in effect!

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    I'm not sure what the van was, but it definitely was not a VW, yup 22v drill driver.
    No not JH, Wayne he only covers Devon, he's only just got his van, had a Mondeo Est up to now
    Like you we have spent considerable dosh with Hilti

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmoreboy View Post
    Why don't they let dealers sell their stuff anymore Grrrrrrrrr

    Its probably so they have complete control on the prices without any price wars.If you buy anything from a main dealer its always dearer then there outlets.

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