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Unread 21st January 2010   #7
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i have had a couple of 18v bosch drills for several years now. one hammer and one basic
for driving screws etc but all the batteries are the same so i simply pack the basic drill and keep a spare battery charged up in the box, the good news is i have never had to change batteries up or down but better safe than sorry.

being in the building trade, i agree with geo that cheap tools of any kind are false economy.
my advice would be if you can afford it, buy a good quality drill of 18v or above. bosch, makita etc etc. they are expensive, but if you only use it for diy and lowering the legs, providing you look after it, it will last years!
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