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Looking to buy a small 12v compact drill driver for light work
Any recommendations?
 
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makita 10v twin kit its catalog number makclx202aj £120 good value for the money and milwaukee and bosch bosgsb120li also i.t.s tools
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I have the M12 Milwaukee as in Andy's post above, great bit of kit, gets far more use than the M18 version.

I only run it on the 2Ah batteries, plenty of power and run time.

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I've got the 12V brushless Milwaukee. It does have a lot of power and has made my 18V Bosch largely redundant. But there are a few aspects I don't like about it. The forward/reverse switch is not placed in quite the right place which slows me down occasionally. The switch between hammer, drill and driving keeps sticking. The batteries take a good while to charge.
I also have a 12V Bosch. The hammer function is pretty carp, and it lacks power in comparison to the Milwaukee. For its size though it is a good bit of kit.
I wouldn't be without either of them though.
 

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