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Hi guys

I am lookinh at buying a cordless sds drill for back up purposes and those awkward areas.
I already have a corded one but in search of a cordless.

Anyone got any tips on a good one to get i dont want it cost a fortune though.

Would love a makita one but ill get one of them when my corded one packs in!

Thanks in advance

Also anyone use the armeg chanelling bit?

Thanks again!


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i bought a metabo kha 28 recently after i dropped my bosch 36v off a pair of steps (
its not quite as powerful as the bosch but i got cracking deal from lawson. ex display 250 plus vat
not mark on it.really quite impressed with it to be fair.
the bosch 36v and the hilt te7 are still the daddies i reckon but you will cough up in a big way for them.


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the bosch 36V professional seems to be the best for the cordless.
Bosch 36 Volt is good, but you need to pump da iron like da swazzanegger to use it all day without your hand snappin off...........the 24 volt one is ideally good for tight spaces where it also fits better due to its narrower size.....

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