|Review by Dick, & Barb Cain||posted 2202 days ago||3059 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
Over the years I’ve gone through many low end mediocre battery powered drills.
I think this set is going to last me a long time.
When you put one of these in your hand, you can tell, just by the feel, that you’re holding a quality tool.
Features: Variable speed Dewalt built high-torque motor delivers 500 in-lbs. of maximum torque, 2,000 rpm & 34,000 Beats/Minute.
I’ve used this drill while making log furniture, & no matter what sized bit, it won’t stall out.
It has an auxiliary handle that you can set to variable positions. It’s great when doing some heavy duty drilling.
Features: 6-1/2 in., 16 tooth carbide-tipped blade and rip fence can cut 2×4’s at a 45 degree angle in a single pass.
I haven’t used my Electric saw since I’ve had this one, it has plenty of power, & battery life .
You can do accurate work with it also. It has a well built rip guide.
Features: 1-1/8 in. stroke length and 3,000 spm for faster cutting..
It has a unique lever operated blade changing. No more having to carry an Allen wrench.
I carry this with me now, instead of my bow saw, when gathering tag alder for making things.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Flexible Floodlight Features: a wide angle beam that is brighter than traditional flashlights, along with a flexible neck that allows for hands-free operation.
It makes a real handy trouble light.
I’ve had only one problem with this set.
One of the batteries got extremely hot while in use.
Then it went dead after using it a few times.
I was worried about the warranty, because I had bought the tool on Ebay.
I went to the local dealer, & told him about it . He told me no problem,
so I brought it to him, & he looked at the date on the battery, & handed me a new one.
Man! was that a relief. I was so happy I bought 2 more batteries from him.
I highly recommend these tools .
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