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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2016 1:47 pm 
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shame its not a hammer drill
but still looks a good deal
http://www.tools4trade.co.uk/makita-clx ... x-2ah.html

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I don't get the point of 10V kit -, especially and impact drive - all show and no go!

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BillyGoat wrote:
I don't get the point of 10V kit -, especially and impact drive - all show and no go!

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Agree. What's a 10.8v impact driver realistically going to do?

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I don't get the point of 10V kit -, especially and impact drive - all show and no go!

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Agree. What's a 10.8v impact driver realistically going to do?


Give you a headache? :mrgreen:

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BillyGoat wrote:
I don't get the point of 10V kit -, especially and impact drive - all show and no go!

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shhhhh :lol:
my 10.8 bosch blue gets far more use than my 18v ryobi or dewalt :lol: :lol:
but then to be fair 90% off the stuff i do is not heavy duty

what i like about 10.8 stuff is its small and compact
up a ladder it fits in the pocket
also in 2 normal size kit boxes you can get loads off stuff
in one
a buzzy toy
a impact driver
a hammer drill
a work torch
an inspection camera
an angle drill
a reciprical saw
a mini angle grinder
6 batteries and charger
2ryobi bit boxes containing drill bits screw driver bit recipsaw blades buzzy to blades and mini disks

box 2
a jigsaw
a dremil tool
a drill driver
an area worklight
a ryobi bit box
a dremil bit box
5 batteries and charger

the compact size makes it invaluable in confined spaces
indeed the only bit off kit that wont fit in the kit boxes the mini circular saw will cut flooring under a kitchen unit thats just under 6" off the floor

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Nice to be able to cut flooring under a kitchen unit but how to you get access under the floor if it's under a kitchen unit :lol:

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you can lift the planks for access on the kitchen with the cut end hidden by the unit :lol:

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