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Ryobi RCD1802 18v One+

Latest review: I purchased this drill in Feb15 and over the last month or so i noticed the whole chuck plastic 'sleeve' has come out of the unit. Ryobi technical support said the whole chuck or gearbox could be


Bosch PSR 14.4 LI-2 / 18 LI-2 / 18 LI

Latest review: I've had this drill for around 4 years. Its tough, reliable and both batteries are still in good shape which is what kills other cordless drills I have owned. Done lots of hard work too. Only problem


Ozito PXBHK-120

Latest review: I have had this drill for about 7 months now. Pros: - Cheap for a brushless drill - Comes with 2 batteries and a charger which charge fairly quickly - Good ergonomics - Metal Chuck Cons: -


Performer 12V Cordless Drill

Latest review: I bought mine from Big W and it is identical to a Makita, blue colour and all as well as the item code number. I believe it probably came from Masters as a way of getting rid of the Masters stock and


AEG BSS18OP-0

Latest review: Bought this tool in a combo kit with a Brushless hammer drill. By chance I was in Bunnings and the AEG rep had a display with special promotion deals on some of their products. This brushless oil


Ozito PXHDK-350

Latest review: Got for $129 from bunnings 18 months back and still running fine. It comes with rechargeable battery and is powerful enough. Comes with a 3 year replacement warranty if used for domestic purposes. It


Makita DHR242

Latest review: After operating corded hammer drills (Hilti and Protool) for 10 years, I had a job that mains power was not really available. With other Makita 18v LXT batteries and chargers available, the DHR242


Ozito PXBWS-340

Latest review: I've had a few hits and misses with Ozito stuff over the years...this one is definitely a hit. They have definitely lifted their game with this tool. It doesn't have the same cheap 'n nasty feel that


Ozito 18v Drill & Impact Driver Kit PXDDK-301

Latest review: Have been using this little beauty for months now on very demanding jobs, including 4 large decks. It is light weight and just as capable as a Dewalt without the price tag. Gets a little hot under


Makita DHP481Z

Latest review: This drill is very sturdy, real Japanese quality, its a pleasure to work with it. Battery life is awesome, the chuck is made of metal so it won't fall


Bosch GDR 18 V-LI Professional

Latest review: Expensive but worth every dollar, more power than you need with great battery life. So well made you can throw it on the concrete & not damage it, the three speed settings are indispensable & provide


Ozito PXDDS-201

Latest review: If you are looking for a reliable inexpensive cordless drill for home use I have found the Ozito PXDDS-201 just right for those around the home DIY projects. The drill comes without the battery


Ozito HDR-3000

Latest review: Can't be beat for the price and like the other guy said in the previous review. This tool has built a reputation as being one of the best tools for the price. It should outlive me and will do any


Bosch GSR 18 VE-EC

Latest review: After purchasing a small Bosch brushless drill for small and being totally amazed with I decided to move up and get the big daddy for heavy work. Very sturdy, only a 3.0 Ah battery but it lasts at


Makita DDF484RFE

Latest review: My old 7.2v makita was getting very tired so after much deliberation I purchased the Makita DDF484RFE 18V 3.0Ah Li-ion Cordless Brushless Heavy Duty Driver Drill Combo Kit . From the start it felt


Ozito PXRHK-200

Latest review: I have been acquiring a sizable x change collection for about 12 months now. It's has replaced my corded tools that are for occasional use. There are some occasions where we have to anchor items into


Makita DHR202

Latest review: A good addition to my collection of cordless tools and at just under $250 it didn't cause any concern for my minister of finance. This is part of the Makita LXT range, what ever that stands for.


Makita HP2010N

Latest review: I've owned one of these drills for 40 years. I am a handy/maintenance man and this drill has received a severe flogging at times. It remains as reliable as the day I purchased it. Very powerful


Ryobi R18DDP

Latest review: Part of the One System, very strong torque, 24 settings. 2 speed with 13mm keyless chuck. Slow turning when needed, screwing in screws. Best cordless I have bought. I have tried many others cordless


Makita HP1640KSP / HP1641KSP

Latest review: Ok so I bought a cheapo Ozito Impact drill a few months ago and it kinda did the job but it also let me down. After trying to put some pictures up in my unit (with a very hard mason wall) using


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