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    what,were you aiming for the middle of your hand?
    bloody hell man,
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    As a Tradie I've used most brands and killed them all, some hang on better than others but they all die in the end.
    We go through 2-3 $1000 drills a year.

    Batteries or gear boxes generally go first but sometimes motors if the drill is repeatably used and worked so hard it gets to hot to hold even with gloves.

    By the way you need to up the torque setting on your drill Ryan, that screw should be flush with the substrate your screwing into.
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    Had Milwaukee and AEG

    Got DeWalt now and the impact drivers can be a bit hit and miss but generally good

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonetropo View Post
    milwaukee, aeg and ryobi are all made by techtronic industries based in taiwan.
    i have a 18v ryobi sabre saw and multi tool and they work great, however these are not everyday use and wouldnt last in a trade environment

    have you considered hilti ?
    Hilti have quite a limited range

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    I think these are made by Dikita

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    I see that comes with a tool bag as well. Do you find it useful and do you use it much?
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