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1.Condor XC-MINI Key Cutting Machine Reviews
10.Condor mini better than X6 key cutter!Xhorse condor xc-mini key machine is a far superior machine to the x6 key cutter, the x6 is a starter machine for very light use and build quality is poor in comparison , i had an x6 to play with for a few months , i wouldn’t buy one having gone hands on with it , condor will last longer and be more reliable of the 2 , its at least being supported and updated which is a big plus and is a far superior build quality to the x6 which at best is a hobby or starter machine .
11.Why I choose Condor xc–mini not sec-e9?
“Xhorse XC–mini is already the development of the company Xhorse, with the patented technology of moving the cutter in 2 planes z and y. Thus, it is one of the most compact and lightest (body and most parts of aluminum) machines on the market, with a higher cutting speed than SEC-E9. It also has a 7 inch touch screen, it already has its own firmware, which has many tips for keyers (including photo of lock larvae with the indication of a fur code).
Updates are more frequent than SEC-E9. And what I like best is my gripe. Vice M1 for the English profile and some vertical (included) and vice M2 with 4 exchangeable sides ABC and D for specific vertical keys (also included in the scope of delivery).
Cons, less versatile, suitable only for car keys. More expensive, more raw software on the maps of some keys, tk. The project is younger and it was not based on stolen developments.
Pros, it’s an opportunity to buy it cheaper than SEC-E9 when buying a VVDI BGA MB tool + getting 1 token per day for free (and this is one Mercedes a day for the addition). 150USD licensed instacode for 1 year”.
“I personally use the condor. sec 9 has a great price point but I believe it requires additional clamps. Lots of locksmiths in my area use it.
A few notes about the condor however,
For the love of all Mitsubishi and motorcycle keys,
Oh, and keep an extra probe and 2 cutters, the thing likes to break em.
Don’t overdue calibration, it seriously only needs it about every 2 months”