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Cut out tool Comparison

Which cut out tool is more powerfull?

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    i own a storage facility and needto cut padlocks what is the best tool for that

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Cut out tools are available in both cordless and corded versions. Cordless tools can be more convenient. The corded versions are slightly more powerful than cordless.

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