How would you compare the size of a DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D?

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    How would you compare the size of a DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D?

    As the title says! I want to know the difference in size of the DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D. My GW-S5600-1JF is far to small which is why I recently decided to sell, and I'm hoping the Pythons are not any where near the same size. I've been after a DW-5600CF for quite some time now but could never find and comparison shots.

    Thanks in advance,
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    Re: How would you compare the size of a DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D?

    Quote Originally Posted by too solid View Post
    As the title says! I want to know the difference in size of the DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D. My GW-S5600-1JF is far to small which is why I recently decided to sell, and I'm hoping the Pythons are not any where near the same size. I've been after a DW-5600CF for quite some time now but could never find and comparison shots.

    Thanks in advance,
    Rocky
    The DW-5025 is exactly as large as the DW-5600E.
    Even the resin parts are a perfect fit.

    The 5600CF is featuring a beefier strap (the broader strap is used mostly on special editions of the DW-5600E and DW-6900/6600).
    The case size is exactly like the DW-5600E/DW5025.

    So if you like the 5600 style but need a larger case, wait for the new GX(W)-56!

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    Re: How would you compare the size of a DW-5600CF-2 vs. DW-5025D?

    Only difference may be that the 5025 is a screwback, so it's slightly thicker and heavier.


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