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Dear all,
Could you kindly inform me how to purchase tools in Taiwan, dealers or online shops?

Thank you.

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Andy,
Thanks for the question. In Taiwan and other locations where Kreg brick-and-mortar dealers are few and far between, your best luck finding Kreg products would be through online stores such as Amazon, Woodcraft, Rockler, Sears, Lowe's, etc. Here is a detailed list featuring some of our most popular online dealers that might be able to meet your needs.

http://www.kregtool.com/products/buy_online.php


If you have any difficulty finding a store that can ship to your specific location, please fee free to contact us directly:
Phone: 1.800.447.8638
email: customerservice@kregtool.com

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