Mine is different
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 for $59.00 I'm laughing. Goes like a dream. There were other items available such as a blower.
Perfect handy home use drill
I bought mine about 4 years ago and haven't treated it with any respect whatsoever. I have overcharged the battery, dropped it and generally treated it like a $20 bit of trash and the drill has bounced back every time. Only now after 4 years has the battery started to use charge more quickly so I will be going back to Kmart and buying another soon. The price has skyrocketed to $22 ! This drill is way better than the price would suggest. If you want a tool that will just do the job and pay for itself over and over, I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Worth the money I paid, for sure. Pretty happy with it.
Purchased the KMart drill about a month ago for $22.
I needed a drill to refurbish dryers with. Roughly 2-3 dryers a day is what I do with it. Didn't want to spend a lot of money for the intended purpose. Just needed to speed things up and have a drill handy when I needed one.
The first charge lasted 3 and a half weeks, which is pretty solid for a $22 drill. I am impressed for a 12v Nicad drill battery. Does everything I need it to do, no complaints.
I'm glad I didn't spend $50+ on anything else really. Tomorrow I'm going to buy anot...
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