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 Post subject: DeWalt 24v Hammer drill
PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 3:21 pm 
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hey all

been using the DeWalt 24v Hammer drill this week, great tool, coupled with DeWalt drill bits it'll tackle any type of job you could ever need a drill for lol

put up a few satellite dishes and it just goes through the brickwork no problem

chiseled up walls to fit faceplates aswell and its great

it comes with 2 batteries and takes about 1hr to charge but the output of power is immense

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/44279/Pow ... Plus-Drill

theres a link to it, i've borrowed it off my dad so i think i might just try and glean it off him for good!

absolutely fantistic tool


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I used to have one of these and the torque was very impressive, but it was much heavier than the 18v version.

In the end I sold it on ebay and then bought a full set of 18v tools.

I remember it being as powerful as a corded sds drill and you had to be careful if using it up a ladder etc. :lol:

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its a great drill, bit pricey but hey buy cheap buy twice


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I have the 36V version it's a bt too heavy and you really have to put some weight on it before the hammer action starts


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