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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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AdvantagesValue for money, Easy to use, Works with many attachments

DisadvantagesUncomfortable after long periods of usage.

...I used this drill recently while renovating a friends bar with him over the weekend. I had to use it to get through rock and brick under the floor and to take out a few bricks in a wall to put beer lines through. At first I was a little lost as to what I was doing as I had never used one of these tools before. However, it was really easy and for the most part comfortable to use. You can use...

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AdvantagesFine, for basic screwing, and the odd drill hole

DisadvantagesSlow, poorly made, terrible battery life, Bits slip easily

...pressure, so I introduced this drill to Mr. Wheelie Bin and went to purchase a drill that could cope with stone walls, solid wood joists and lots of mending. The chosen one There are certain names in the field that you tend to trust when buying this kind of thing, and one such name is Bosch, who make many things from Boilers to drills. So I chose a Bosch PSR 14.4V cordless drill. I bought...

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