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cordless drill/screwdriver

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by sclement, 28 Jan 2006.

  1. sclement

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    Hi

    Anybody got any recommendations on buying a cordless drill. My budget is around 50 quid. I don't' need hammer action, as have an sds stop drill.
    It will be mainly used for woodwork/screwdriving.
     
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    thanks for the info

    I saw a nice reduced makita 14.4 volt there also. We have both makita and dewalt at work, both seem to be very well constructed, though I heard a rumour that the reliability of the switches on the recent dewalt's was not so great.
     
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    Makita.......good`un ;)
     
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    Bought a dewalt from screwfix a few months back and cant complain - nice bit of kit.

    I see dewalt stuff all the time being used by the 'professionals' so we can;t all be wrong.
     
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