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I have used a similiar two head device on my airplane. After using the PC, I found the PC to have much better control. I did find that some holograming occurred after I used it on the plane and went back to hand waxing the beast. It could have been bad technique but I will stick with the PC. Just my .10

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I've never had a chance to play with the cyclo before, and I'm sure they're nice, but as was mentioned the possibility of generating holograms w/ 4" pads is pretty high, even on the PC... do it with 2 pads at once and you've got double the issues.

 

In the hands of someone with some skill its a very nice tool, just a bit large and awkward looking to me. Only way to know for sure is to buy it and try.

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For god sakes no....Do not get one of these. I dont have one but i have used one before. 2 main issues

 

1)The pads have a center cut out were a pin fits through. Enough pressure and the pin is hitting the paint

 

2) Buffing around corners: 1 pad will be touching the surface while the other one is flinging polish all over your shop.

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Size and bulk, is what concerned me....hadn't thought about holograms. The author of the article, Hib Halverson, was bragging them up pretty big in a thread over at CAC. If you know about Hib, you know he's never wrong....:lol:

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