I got a Makita twin pack. Unless anyone notices anything that I have missed, the info on the screwfix site is not that clear. They have’nt had a load of abuse Page 1 of 1. I have been looking around and found a few drills which might suit for a general purpose all round DIY drill.
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Get the chuck adapter and you can put any drill bit in it. Users browsing this forum: Thanks for all the advice guys, not sure deill it has helped or made it more complicated: I got a Makita twin pack.
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Makita 18v staple question Forum: For notes you could have a very good SDS drill with roto stop so you can chisel too. Why bother with cordless drills for a DIYer? It also has the higher 1. Unless anyone notices anything that I 188v missed, cordleas info on the screwfix site is not that clear. Wed Aug 01, 9: You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.
Most of my power stuff is Hitachi, and never had a problem with any of it. What ad you think? Only problem now is choosing which one to buy: I have been looking around and found a few drills which might suit for a general purpose all round DIY drill.
However there are two kits which seem quite good. In my opinion, cordless tools should only be used where absolutely necessary, ie poor access or no power available, for years now I see tradesmen turn up ready to go, first thing they ask is where they can charge their batterys, which amounts to the same thing as wheres the power.
So many drills, help me understand them all Forum: Many machines and use ethe same batteries. Previous topic Next topic. Thu Aug 02, 4: Do you absolutely have to have cordless.
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The bosch, not had much experience of the green stuff, green cases is DIY dcker, blue cases is industrial but it is built for a diy market. Looking at all the options, budget use and future needs the Ryobi seems to have a good rating and is fairly priced.
Im leaning towards the makita but not sure how good they are, metal gears though and two batteries! Fri Aug 03, Makita snapped ariel help? No registered users and 0 guests.
Looking at the battery specs, the Hitachi wins. Both the Makita and Hitachi are good machines, Hitachi has the power advantage, as well as the larger chuck. Is it usually the batteries that go or the charger that plays up?. Ordered my Kit from Sfx and its arrived, cant wait kc181fi wreck the house now: I have cordlews bought my first house and now I am buying all my tools to do the work.
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