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PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 3:03 pm 
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It's really good, shame they don't make it in red and white. Being a Sunderland supporter I was disgusted when my boss gave me this to use a "Toon Army" Drill. However it is brill, great to use and feels really good, much better than the old one. The gaffer bought it from Northern Tools & Accessories at Newcastle (dead canny lads) they delivered it free and it was only £184 + VAT and came with a free Makita Tool Bag which is handy keeping my sarnies and flask in. Whole thing recharges in about 20 minutes although having 2 batteries I shouldn't run out of charge. I like the special aluminiium carry case, I look like a doctor arriving on site not just the builder! Lol


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That would be :spam: Sarnies then. :lol:


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Was going to get one of these this week, any adverse thoughts guys?

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Yes, highly nickable

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unreliable, better off wth an hitachi. ok for lght work but overheat easily


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