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    Battery Operated Drills

    If any of you are into battery operated drills, we did a video on a few of the new models. Bosch came out with a 36 volt that is very large and heavy. One would think it is for doing the tough work on a job site that a normal 1/2" drill could not. Turns out the specs were not up to the normal smaller drills, so we put them head to head. There is some carnage, but I think we proved the point we set out to. Check it out.


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    I am a bit baffled as to why companies are still making the bulky tools that serve no real advantage. The Dewalt is a beast. Doesn’t surprise me that the handle broke, those things are usually made of the crapiest materials for some reason. Always strip out our crack.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pthorpe84 View Post
    I am a bit baffled as to why companies are still making the bulky tools that serve no real advantage. The Dewalt is a beast. Doesn’t surprise me that the handle broke, those things are usually made of the crapiest materials for some reason. Always strip out our crack.


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    The Milwaukee drill that broke is a 400+ dollar drill when bought with batteries. It never should have broke.

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