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When Sean reviewed the GRR-Ripper almost three years ago (TM 6/19/07), most of the comments indicated it was too expensive at ~$70. Well, through May 29, 2010, Woodcraft has it available for $59.99, a $20 reduction from its current list price. Amazon has it for the same $59.99 price (they’re linked to Rockler). The GRR-Ripper grips and hold both sides of the work piece, and can be used on table saws, router tables, and jointers.

Any more TM users of the GRR-Ripper since Sean reviewed it? What do you think? Is this a Dealmonger @ $59.99?

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4 Responses to Dealmonger (?): GRR-Ripper $59.99

  1. fred says:

    Just got a new Rockler catalog that has it listed at $56.99 as a “New Lower Price” The catalog also offers a “take 15% off your order deal” using a code number associated with your mailing label.

  2. Old Coot says:

    Fred: So what’s your code number?

    *ducks flying hammer*

  3. Jerry says:

    Just call Rockler and tell them you heard about the 15% off deal and tell them you never received a catalog. They’ll sign you up for future catalogs and will likely give you the discount – after all, they want new customers. If they don’t offer the discount, politely thank them and tell them you will check some other places. Those are the words they do not want to hear. It’s worth a try if you really want to buy this device.

  4. Extremeframer says:

    I’ve had a pair of these for many years and paid $79 each when they first came out. Best push block I’ve ever used. It’s nice being able to rip a 1/2″ x 1/4″ strip in half on the table saw SAFELY.

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