Mid-Size easy Hollower No. 1
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This is the best tool I have purchased. I was doing some hollowing with other tools and it just didnt feel right. Baught this and same day used on two different projects. Feels great hollowing no catching at all, I have no fear using this. I would allow my kids to use it and not worry about them. pricey but money well spent.
Well made and easy to use
Great for hollowing out vessels and small bowls. Very easy to use, especially for a novice like me. When it gets dull you just rotate the tip or replace it as necessary which means more time at the lathe and less time at the sharpening station. From using this I am now looking at more EWT tools to add to my kit.