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post #1 of 3 Old 03-23-2018, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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Which Dust Cyclone

I hoping I can use the vast experience of the members to help with a dust collector choice.

I am trying to decide between the Mini Gorilla Portable Cyclone from Oneida. And the C|Flux: 1 Cyclone from Laguna.

I had kind of planned to order the Mini Gorilla then got an email about a sale on the Cflux and after looking at it I am kind of leaning more that way.
... Does anyone have any experience with either of these units or the company? Any pros or cons for a final choice would be appreciated.
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Reviving this old post! I have the same question. Which did you end up choosing?
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post #3 of 3 Old 12-16-2019, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Decided on the Laguna, I move my stuff around alot and the Laguna looked beefier for that. I ordered the C-Flux from the local Woodcraft. Rockler had them on sale but after shipping it was only $20 more to order from the local store and I like to support local shops when I can. Plus I had about $200 in store credit so I was only out of pocket about $900.

Got one of those Good News / Bad News calls from Woodcraft a few days later...
Bad News - Manager called and said my order wasn't submitted in time to make this weeks truck so it will be another week maybe two before it comes in.
Good News - Manager said he "goofed" on the order form and ordered a P-Flux instead of a C-Flux. Instead of delaying it any longer to make a correction he is going to let me have the P-Pflux at no additional charge.

It has been a year and a half and I have no complaints.
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