Latest review: Bought one of these years ago used it from removing tiles, jack hammering and drilling into concrete.. paid $70 from bunnings. Was only a cheap purchase for one job but to date has done 20-30
Latest review: Went to Bunnings to get myself a replacement drill after my old makita died on me. It has a solid feel to it and isn't overly heavy which is what I like about it. In terms of usage it does what I
Latest review: My old impact driver died after over 2yrs of use most weekends (purchased from Masters as they shutdown), so I needed a new one quick. Jon & Jonno's just published that they had the Matrix range so
Latest review: Has been in daily use since purchased and I cant fault this tool.........works perfectly every time. Plenty of grunt and has never let me down but am quite surprised how much torque it has. Very well
Latest review: I bought the 10 piece cordless kit, which came with 3 batteries. Battery life is really poor on all 3 batteries. They are now 12 months old and its getting worse. Drill dies after putting in 10
Latest review: I'm using this for very high end Japanese Wide format digital printing machines. And My Hitachi DB3DL2 is perfect for this job. I have to loosen or tighten lots of screws ranging 3mm,4mm & 5mm
Latest review: I bought makita kit 1 year and 1/2 ago, most of the tools are already gone without even over use them .
The warranty doesn’t cover the chunk and I’ve to throw it in the bin .
1100$ wasted .
Latest review: My unit is just over one year old. The chuck was constantly slipping. Warranty claim was denied, according to AEG the chuck is a consumable item!
After looking into this, I found this is a very
Latest review: Bought this as a kit online from a major supplier online and was very happy with the price as the kit included a fast charger and 2x 1.5ah batteries and case for $200 delivered .The kit is excellent
Latest review: While there are plenty of products like this on the market this drill is a great handyman drill. Many drills in this category are junk within a couple of years. Many others are over kill for what
Latest review: I've owned this cordless screwdriver for over a year now and it has absolutely excellent. It is amazingly powerful considering its size. The battery lasts very long and is quick to charge to full.
Latest review: Bought the impact driver second hand but in brand new state - albeit missing the charger and the 5.0amp battery (which I have with the Ryobi blower).
3 speed control makes it easy to use as a simple
Latest review: A well designed, compact driver/drill with smooth powerful gearing.
I chose this model in favour of units which had replaceable batteries due to the compact size. My thought is that what is the
Latest review: Nice little compact impact driver. Lots of good little extra feature such as LED light, belt clip etc.
Has plenty of power and good control using the trigger carefully.
The battery life is good
Latest review: Had mine for about 8 months with regular use, has performed great with no bits falling off.
It does get used fairly hard at times and is still going strong
Being brushless it has plenty of
Latest review: I'd used various makes/types of Rotary Hammer Drills over the years and they are an indispensable tool for heavy work.
My last one 'died' about 2 years ago and I bought the Ozito.
Latest review: I bought this tool to do a particular job where I needed to remove and tighten up about 4000 bolts that I couldn't get to with my cordless angle driver (There was no air available). It performed
Latest review: Technatool/Nova DVR Voyager 18" DVR Drill Press
Ok, so you might be in the market for a drill press, and you’ve decided what’s out there. I mean, REALLY out there. That’s where I started. Five quest
Latest review: A great little cordless drill. Not too heavy and not too lite. It fits perfectly in your hand and has enough “juice” to do those small jobs around the house as well as most wood projects – from doing
Latest review: I bought this drill a few weeks ago after my 10 year old AEG 700W drill burnt out. Compared to that one, the Makita is lighter and better balanced. No problems using it single handedly. So far