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Newbie_Neil

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Hi Mike

Sorry, I don't know anything about the drill but, the sale finished on Thursday.

They haven't updated their web site yet, but it does have disclaimers about the finish date.

Good luck
Neil

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Anonymous

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if you're going to be using it every day you need to get a decent drill.

panasonic are the best.
i would say makita and milwalkie are a close second.

you'll regret buying a diy drill for heavy use.

aleks
 
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I do know alot about pro cordless drills and i know that panasonic are he best! I think i will keep me battered Hitachi 12v impact drill driver for a bit longer, but it annoys me cos the 2 speed switch won't stay in the same place due to wear.
 

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Mike

Sorry, but I was obviously having a senior moment this morning. The sale finishes this coming Thursday the 23rd.

As far as I am aware all of the Performance PRO tools have a three year warranty. So it might be worth trying it.

Cheers
Neil
 

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I've just bought my 3rd Ferm 24V hammer drill/driver from screwfix. I've used mine pretty much everyday over the last 2 years and I can't fault them. The omly reason I've bought the 3rd one was 'cos the cost of it was cheaper than buying spare batteries - they come with 2 batteries anyway - at £49.99 it's a bargain!!

http://www.screwfix.com/app/sfd/cat/pro ... Ref%3Dhome

Col

I meant to say also that I have more than one because I can't be bothered to keep changing bits NOT because they're useless!!
 
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Anonymous

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i rest my case.
if you've got batteries that only last a year or two i would say that the drill's not up to regular heavy use.

aleks
 
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Anonymous

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Thanks but i'm going for a 14.4v dewalt on sale at screwfix.
 
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