I posted this as a comment on the Harbor Freight site for their paddle switch angle grinder. It was meant to be whimsical, but I do like their grinder. I wanted to solve the cord problem.
I now own 9 of them, so I NEVER change what's on the spindle unless it's used up. I have spares as I'm on an island and it takes at least 2 weeks to get things shipped in. Those spares are actually used and sport duplicate spindle tools (cutting disk, cup brush, etc) so I can swap grinders when one starts to get hot from (mis)use. My tree is too small to hold all of them now, so I'm going to make a new one and hang it besides the original grinderensis roatansis
New species of Harbor Freight tree discovered!
The tree, appropriately named grinderensis roatansis, is found only on the island of Roatan in the Caribbean.
It's discoverer knows it to be the only one of its kind.
This evolutionary development allows many angle grinders to occupy a small vertical space, and especially solves the power cord issue.
Earlier attempts at solving these problems invariably resulted in tools all over the place and cords being wrapped around the body of the tool resulting in an unruly power cord.
This new species of tree may spread to other areas of the world where fertile minds and a bit of welding can create clones.