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Re: Is this a good deal?

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dr sportster

03-29-2013 08:40:56

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If it is the one with the 1/2 inch chuck I have that drill . So far[after a good few years] it has been fine. I sent my wife to the store and she paid 250. I din't realize it was a hammer drill so when I complained she just said " I thought you didn't like cheap tools " . Can't really argue with that. It is good for setting plastic anchors.

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Stan in Oly, WA

03-29-2013 09:32:05

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 Re: Is this a good deal? in reply to dr sportster, 03-29-2013 08:40:56  
Hi dr.,

Would you say it is good as a heavy duty, general purpose drill? I have an SDS rotary hammer and a light to medium duty hammer drill already, so that function is not important enough to me that I would be willing to pay much extra for it. Does the hammer function interfere with the normal drill function in any way when you're not using it (the hammer function)?


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dr sportster

03-29-2013 09:41:38

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 Re: Is this a good deal? in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 03-29-2013 09:32:05  
Stan, It is as good as a non cordless with a good battery. You turn the part behind the chuck for hammer so once it is off hammer it doesn't interfere with use as a screwgun or standard drill.If you don't need the hammer drill then I think you can get one alot cheaper.

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