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#1 posted 2522 days ago

If lightness is what you seek, LiIon is the way to go.

I got a free B&D drill with a cordless nailer purchase. Both 18V. After 2 weeks with the Makita (and previously having a 12V B&D and a 14V Hitachi) I can’t believe how HUGE and BULKY it is. Cumersome really, but It probably won’t see a lot of use – some, because the Makita broke some (really really) cheap drill bits this AM. My fault for getting the cheapies. I did like not having to switch bits, just swapping drills.

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