Currently thetoolstore.ca is promoting cordless drills.
I have used Hitachi 14 volt Nickel Metal Hydrate drills for nearly eight years. The drills are going strong, the
batteries are dying away.
If you are in the market for a cordless drill I suggest
that you check out a couple the available tools before
Often whether a tool is deemed good or bad is based on
whether the tool lives up to the purchaser's expectations.
If you buy a lower cost hobby tool and then work it like
a full time building contractor, you have no grounds for complaint if the tool isn't up to the job.
I dug up a couple of sites that offer recent reviews of cordless drills.
1. Top Ten Reviews.
2. Cordless Drill Reviews.
I like to hear about other people's experiences before
I decided which way I am going to jump. When the Hitachi's finally run out of juice I will look around and see what available, reliable and a reasonable price, when I happens
I'll let you know.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Labels: cordless drills