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 Post subject: Re: Which drill?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:06 pm 
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...she bought me a ferm one before and it was utter rubbish, lots of play in the drive and weighed a ton.

Yes, but when it dies there will at least be enough weight in it to keep the back door well and truly open - unlike that lightweight stuff Bosch make :roll:

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Job and Knock wrote:
Jonno34 wrote:
...she bought me a ferm one before and it was utter rubbish, lots of play in the drive and weighed a ton.

Yes, but when it dies there will at least be enough weight in it to keep the back door well and truly open - unlike that lightweight stuff Bosch make :roll:

Don't know where you get your weights from, my Bosch 18vlt drill weighs 1.6Kg bare, add the battery and it weighs 2.2Kg, thats two and a bit bags of sugar to you :-) :-) Nos


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Nos wrote:
Don't know where you get your weights from, my Bosch 18vlt drill weighs 1.6Kg bare, add the battery and it weighs 2.2Kg, thats two and a bit bags of sugar to you :-) :-) Nos

Errrr..... I meant the Ferm one ("...lots of play in the drive and weighed a ton.")

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My tools do not do the amount of work these days that they used to do.
Yet whenever I have had the need to replace I have tended to go for Makita.
As someone earlier said "they do tend to suit my hand".

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i must admit i thought it was a dig at the bosch as well :lol:

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