The C12 is ace. I've got all the chucks that fit it and used them all as well. It's expensive for a drill but such a pleasure to use.Oryxdesign":2lqpzik1 said:...the C12 is about the same price and that takes a lot of beating...
C12 is much bigger - fatter grip, found it very uncomfortable, personally - and not at all the same price, either; CXS is ~£150 for the basic kit, ~£220 for the set. C 12 starts around ~£400 basic, ~£500 for the set.Oryxdesign":nh0164cp said:they are nice, neat and small but I think the C12 is about the same price and that takes a lot of beating.
Well, OK, but that's with one small battery, just the centrotec chuck and no charger. A 'working' C12 kit runs to around £395, vs ~£260 for the CXS set. If you can live with one battery then the base CXS is ~£150 + VAT btw, so ~ £180 inc, my mistake - but at least you get a charger and a chuck. And a systainerOryxdesign":3vyco0h2 said:The C12 starts at £260
http://www.powertoolsgb.co.uk/cgi-bin/e ... _pid=21718
Agreed - as fine a drill as the C12 is, it was quite a relief to switch back to the T-series. The CXS is my go-to drill/driver though, and probably covers 90% of my work. I do prefer it with the centrotec chuck, as I found it to be a bit too front-heavy with the regular chuck.The grip is fatter on the C series which doesn't suit everybody.
Yep, I think so; there might be a teensy torque difference between them, but otherwise I think it's the same contents in a different package.flounder":1rwf5izy said:Is the only difference between the C15 and the T15 the design? Spec wise they appear to be the same?