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Old October 21st 06, 06:37 PM posted to rec.crafts.woodturning
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Default FA: Racal (3-M) powered respirator/helmet/face shield

nice, probably unused older model -- I have a newer one with the motor
inside the helmet - these are really nice to keep all that crud out of your
lungs - and I paid the full $600 plus for mine, I expect this one to go for
less. You will need to add a battery and charger - if you need help with
that, I can help you if you win the auction - I am selling this for a
friend, it's been in his garage for a very long time, unused.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=300040736601

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"William Noble" wrote: (clip) You will need to add a battery and charger -
if you need help with that, I can help you if you win the auction (clip)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bill, what would a battery and charger cost--better yet, two batteries and a
charger?


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Default Racal (3-M) powered respirator/helmet/face shield

if it were me, I would go to my local swap meet and buy 3 rechargable "D"
cells and a suitable charger and make an adapter to use the D cells - if you
wanted me to do that, it would cost whatever my out of pocket expense would
be, probably around $20 or less. I think rechargable D cells are around $3
each, but it's been a while since I checked.


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"William Noble" wrote: (clip) You will need to add a battery and
charger - if you need help with that, I can help you if you win the
auction (clip)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bill, what would a battery and charger cost--better yet, two batteries and
a charger?




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