PowerBoot. Bit holder for power tools

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spiritburner

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Anyone seen these yet, they look like a pretty useful addition to your Makita or other battery drill.... I am pretty sure although probably illegal they would be very easy to copy and print one out yourself on a 3dprinter for personal use only,price is around 50 usd. Not seen them on Amazon yet though.

Powerboot utility/bit storage for battery drills and similar tools

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Just another Fathers day present to sit on a shelf.

I like my drills as bulkless as possible.

Do I get a prize for inventing a new word?
 
Just another Fathers day present to sit on a shelf.

I like my drills as bulkless as possible.

Do I get a prize for inventing a new word?
I'd echo that. I think I've said before here my most used "general purpose" drill is a Bosch 12v. It's also the slowest and least capable but as Colin Chapman put it, simplify and add lightness, at least for the common stuff.

Added to that, it may be personal but I don't like my tools to rattle, nor do I want any weight shifting around unpredictability, as would surely be the case if you're putting screws and so on in there. I can't even get along with a manual hex driver with bits stored loose in the handle, they either have to be secured in place or taken out.
 

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