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    Power Tools

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    Anyone recently bought power tools they would recommend.

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    DeWalt battery hammer drill


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    Oral B electric toothbrushes are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    DeWalt battery hammer drill

    Dewalt is Black and Decker re- branded and bulked up for construction work.

    I use Makita cordless power tools all day everyday at work and recommend them for any job.

    If you just want good power tools for round the yard try looking for Maktec.

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    I agree, Makita all the way for me. Milwaukee are great, but a cost more than Makita for only a little performance improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toront500
    Anyone recently bought power tools they would recommend.
    Homepro do a Ryobi cordless drill with all the trimmings set for about 3,500 Baht. I bought one and I've no complaints.


    Last edited by Pragmatic; 07-12-2015 at 07:31 PM.

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    Metabo.

    Strong . Excellent.

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    BOSCH ?????/????????????????? ???? GSB1080-2-LI - ????? | Lazada.co.th

    i got one of these Bosch cordless about 3 years ago. Excellent bit of kit. Lazada are selling them at half price right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toront500
    Power Tool
    Got one thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    i got one of these Bosch cordless about 3 years ago.
    is it a hammer drill ? and is yours male or female ?

    General Features:
    SKU BO149HLAUHFGANTH-1385923
    Gender Male
    Model GSB 1080-2-LISize (cm)30.00x35.00x15.00
    Product warranty 6 months warranty
    Weight (kg) 1.00

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    I bought a no-name multi-tool about a year ago. Best power tool I ever bought. No BS I will use this tool at least once a week. Like this

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    One has to visit the Dog House to find the real power tools on this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted View Post
    I bought a no-name multi-tool about a year ago. Best power tool I ever bought. No BS I will use this tool at least once a week. Like this




    this tool is a real gem, love it

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    Yes, I've got something similar. Though is much cheaper than Bosch. Great for cutting into floorboards and trimming off. Cuts nails and screws off flush. Goes through aluminium like a hot knife through butter. My jigsaw is now gathering dust.

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    Guys

    Thanks for your replies. Something to look for now.

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