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Old 06-05-2010, 08:14 PM   #16
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Hmmmmm!!!! I have to think on that for a minute. I know the english translation is "Buyer Beware".If you want to play, then let me know what is the famous saying translated from this in Latin "Tempus Fugit"
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The literal translation is "time flees", but it is more commonly used as " time flies". when you are having fun.
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If you are talking about the Rigid power tools that Home Depot sells
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Rigid is not a manufacturer. It is Home Depots label.
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Now as far as Home Depot and the Ridgid and that's the spelling of it Ridgid not Rigid
In checking back on this thread, I have learned the difference in these two spellings. Perhaps the OP will come back and clarify which product he was polling on. Since he referred to the lifetime warranty and mentioned several other brands, I presumed ( I don't like ass/u/med) that he was talking about the HD products.

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Your link for Rigid tools link goes to Arizona Tools but that page lists Ridgid tools.
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Palibob,
Your link for Rigid tools link goes to Arizona Tools but that page lists Ridgid tools.
My bad on a more thorough search I was NOT able to find any tools with the Rigid brand name but I did find instances of Ridgid tools referred to as Rigid tools. e.g. the aforementioned Link.
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