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What's the difference between Evolution Rage and Fury?

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by lasors, 2 Sep 2010.

  1. lasors

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    As title, what's the difference between the 210mm Rage3-S and Fury3? Anyone know? I can't figure it out if there is one. I can find the Fury in stock but not the Rage.

    If I'm not missing the bleedin obvious I'll buy the Fury!

    Thanks folks
     
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    Not entirely sure, but i think one is aimed at diy, the other at trade users.

    Fury (green?) is the lighter duty than the rage(orange?)
     
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    i look forward to new red slightly annoyed and the blue mellow
     
  5. lasors

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    Surely the mellow would be yellow? ;)

    If anyone is wondering, the Rage3 is out of stock in the UK until October.
     
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    rage is for every day use, fury is for diy.

    basiclly, the rage gear tends to be more solid and the fury lighter.
     
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