If you mean drill twist bits you will not go far wrong with Dormer. One of the very best and can be used on wood or ferrous material. Fisch are good for wood twist drill bits, Augers and Forstner type bits.Back again, Anyone with info on optimum drills.
Hi Chippy - Optimum is a brand name.Back again, Anyone with info on optimum drills.
Just been looking at the reviews and does not look to good (Icould be wrong)I can't explain the difference in price. However, one UK vendor I saw (not Zoro Tools UK), had a picture of a B17 Pro in the webpage for the D17 Pro. The B series drills do not include the digital speed control and could be about £100 less expensive than the D series. I would ask the vendor to confirm the model before ordering.
I have no complaints about my B23 Pro and would buy it again. The quick release chuck that came with the drill attaches to the spindle with a MT2 taper and the belts are easy to change on the pulleys for speed adjustment. Even the Vario version that was available at the time (but not in stock) still needed belt/pulley changes when the speed control range for a particular configuration was not adequate.Just been looking at the reviews and does not look to good (Icould be wrong)