Cycle Clen And T3 – Comparing The Two
Cycle Clen and T3 are two of the popular power tools for shaping metal. They are generally used by carpenters and plumbers for various metalworking tasks. The saw that is derived from the T3 is called the infinitive saw, while the clenser that is obtained from Cycle Clen is called the infinitrix.
I had recently received an e-mail asking me about Cycle Clen And T3, as they were both “one of those” tools that I use for almost everything. The question asked was somewhat confused as to which tool he should get, as both tools are “very popular”. He was wondering if they would be interchangeable, and if so, how. After a bit of thought, I provided the following answer.
CycClen is a compound clenser and T3 is a rotary iron tumbler. If you have ever worked with either of these tools before, you know the difference between using one or the other. In the case of CycClen, the compound tumbler version uses less rep power than the original. When you use the CycClen version, the operator uses approximately seven times as much rep power as when using the T3 version.
It might sound odd that the cycle tumbler has a higher power factor (the ratio of force vs. time), but when you compare the results from using CycClen Vs T3, the clenser has a three week cycle that produces much more consistent results. It’s not that the amount of force produced is lower. In fact, the tumbler cycles just as fast as the CycClen does. The problem is that the car tumbler does not provide as much detail as the tumbler from CycLite, so it is easier to match up the differences in results.
I did some testing with both of the above tools and was surprised that I actually produced slightly better results using CycClen, but since I don’t use it that often anymore, my results aren’t really that reliable. In the case of CycLite, however, I notice that I’m able to extract more fat under the skin that I can from the original version. This makes sense because the original tool was made for an athlete that needs to exert incredible force to get good results. If you’re an “average equipoise price Joe” and only do infinitesimal weight training, then I would highly recommend either tool.
To finish, I’d like to point out that both CycClen and T3 are available at my gym, and while I haven’t personally tried them out myself, I believe that both products are worth trying. My experience with CycClen definitely warrants a closer look… My final thought is that both Cycle Clen And T3 are really great products if you want a new strength multi-tool that will last and perform.