Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Turnersville, NJ
I bought one after seeing the video on the Wood Whisperer's site. As mentioned, it can't be used if the guard is on, which it is for most of my cuts. But, it's about the best thing going for cutting thin pieces, which I do with the riving knife in place. Ex., I was cutting 1/4" strips of mahogany for edge trim; the grrr-ripper works great for pushing that narrow strip through between the blade and fence, better than anything else I've ever tried. Same thing ripping 5/8" strips for picture frame trim.
I'm thinking of getting another one so I can do hand over hand as in the video I watched. A fairly expensive push stick, but I find it's well thought out and makes certain cuts safer than other methods I've tried.
Just my 2 cents.