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Cordless drill recommendations

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by 100s, 2 May 2016.

  1. 100s

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    I am thinking about buying a new cordless drill. I don't want to spend a fortune (100 -150€ max) What do you have what would you recommend? A lot of people like Makita's, I have read some positive reviews.
     
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    or if you want a really good cordless 'get a bosch' :rolleyes:
     
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    Makita 10.8v suitable for most jobs and if you look about you can get the drill and impact driver within your budget

    I have them aswell as an 18v Bosch drill and impact driver and often find that I don't use the 18v unless I have a lot of work to do and battery life is important
     
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    i must admit my bosch blue 10.8v gets most use you can slip a drill in your pocket and theres about 20 tools for the same battery

    i also have a few dewalt including 18v and quite a bit off ryobi including 18v one plus
    but the 10.8v is first thought
     
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