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Which lithium ion drill/driver to buy.

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by sunama, 7 Dec 2009.

  1. big-all

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    heeelllooo sunama

    have you worked out how this feedback malarky works lol

    you take a tool to its designed limits and judge on that performance
    not on your assumed limits :D :D

    does it say maximum screw size!!!

    you try and do the school run with a mini and your a seat short do you deduct points from the mini or get a car with more seats ;)
     
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    Sunama, I bet from now on you'll wonder how you ever coped without an impact. Everyone i know in the trade and others on other forums have said they never put the thing down, its the first tool out of the box.

    My dc 827 gets hammered or got hammered as im looking for work at the moment lol! :(

    And my dc 927 although too heavy and butch for light work breezes through morticing out for locks with an auger bit, even masonary.
     
  4. sunama

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    Hehehe.

    What I can say is that during the project, the impact driver was the most used tool of the lot. Need I say more...and this coming from someone who previously had never used an impact driver before.

    I actually wonder how I managed without one all these years. Every toolbox should have one.
     
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