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)?
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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