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Advantagesonly weighs 1.7kg, variable speed trigger and electric brake


...too much weight and so it is convenient that the Makita Cordless Combi Drill only weighs 1.7kg. The battery voltage of the Makita Cordless Combi Drill is 14.4 volts. The special features of this drill include two mechanical gears, forward/reverse gears, variable speed trigger and electric brake. The first task I faced was fitting a post box on to the outside wall as our post was being stolen from...

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AdvantagesQuick charge battery, charge indicator, more powerful than 12V models.

DisadvantagesNeighbours and frineds will want to borrow it.

...Parkside Cordless Drill details Cost: £29.99 The price included an 18Volt cordless drill and battery pack. A fast charger, which fully recharges the battery in 60 minutes. One double bit for posi-drive screws. This is held, securely clipped to the casing above the battery. A very sturdy black, moulded plastic, carry case. A comprehensive booklet of instructions in English and three other languages...

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Advantageseasy to use, keyless chuck, not bad for flat packs

Disadvantagesno real power, no stamina, bad batteries

...I have had many drills during my time, some good, some bad and some that I'm embarrassed to call my own. With this one fitting in the middle of that list.... that on being this one, the Challenge Xtreme 18volt hammer cordless hammer drill. What does it look like ?? The first thing I'll say is that this drill looks like many other drills of its kind, having the bulky battery at the bottom...

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