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- Jan 7, 2022
When I worked as a linesman doing strand we had a Tanaka for drilling holes... Definitely would have the low end power...
First electric hand drill was invented in 1889 it was huge and for industrial workI got a 50 or 60 year old 1/2 HP drill... All metal... Somewhere... Good for mixing drywall mu
You can just put new batteries in the carrier, they're just 18650's.Seems like the Cordless DeWalt Drill will last forever The battery lasts about 7 years with normal use
I've got a couple DeWalts now The damn battery costs just as much as a new drill w battery.
So I got a deal at Lowes, DeWalt Drill and 2 batteries for $99
So now I got 2 drills and 2 batteries
Next time I need a battery hopefully I get another deal on drill w 2 batteries Then I'll have 3 drills
I also got a few electric Craftsman drills I use them when I need constant power for a long time or just alot of torque
One of my craftsman drills must be over 50 years old and still works perfect
Best invention ever
You can just put new batteries in the carrier, they're just 18650's.
I just buy the knock off batteries anymore. Been using Milwaukee for some time now, and got two 2 packs of batteries on Amazon for around $35