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Best Brands?

  • Dewalt

    Votes: 93 18.9%
  • Bosch

    Votes: 126 25.6%
  • Makita

    Votes: 195 39.6%
  • Hilti

    Votes: 67 13.6%
  • Ryobi

    Votes: 12 2.4%

  • Total voters
    493
L

leoh187

Hi

Mine is Dewalt personally, but I think they may be getting a little expensive of late. Maybe they are getting a little big headed.

Many Thanks

Leo
 
C

Cirrus

My Dewalt is poo. Just sold my XRP 18V combi and I also got a brand new 110 SDS from my company which I put to the back of my van. Can't beat my 110V Bosch Multidrill and 24V Bosch SDS
 
D

Dave McKay

SDS Bosch, no one else makes them DO they!!!!, I have 2 of them and woldn't part with them.
 
A

Alanmg

I have used Dewalt for years, both mains and cordless,many years ago I was a service engineer then a manager for an industrial power tool company,B&D's industrial tool brand (Elu here) Dewalt in the states were the best sellers and the most reliable.

Dewalt pricy here but I buy mine from the states at a fraction of the price including the shipping.
Recently bought a dewalt 18v Jigsaw cost about £88-00 all in compare that to the UK price.

The only time I have had a problem with a dewalt was last year when my sons bought me a dewalt random orbit sander from the uk.
Worked twice and packed up, dewalts local repairer did it in one day ,been fine ever since.

Alan
 
J

jay11471

new bosch 36v li had the b24v 4 yrs cant beat them but do like my 14v makita li as a small drill
 
W

woodysparks

Ihave used makita tools for the last 15 years and my first drill that i bought still works my father has it and swears by it, i did have a relapse after having my van broken into and bought a 12v dewalt which wasnt powerfull enough to drill a 20mm hole in metal trunking but that was stolen from me on a site ,if he wanted it i would have given him it, but it gave me the excuse to go back to makita



by the way hello every one:)
 
Panasonic for battery drills. High capacity batteries and masses of torque.

Dewalt is Bosch in fancy clothing. Hitachi look good but are crap. AEG have lifetime warranty on tools and batteries on some ranges, might be worth a look.

Makita for 230v tools.

Cheers
 
S

slrichardson

Used to swear buy bosch, but have found my newer 24v sds is poor in comparison to my old one that is still going( one with battery level indicator), battery doesn't last long, killed 2 batteries. Hvae recently bought makita 6 piece set with grinder, skill and alligator saws impact and combi drills. I think i'm in love !!!!
 
C

Cirrus

I agree. My old Bosch SDS GBH VRE 24V with battery level indicator is the dogs undercarriage.
 
S

Spudmiester

When I first set up on my own, I went to buy a Dewalt 110v SDS and the bloke in the shop said ' Get a bosch mate, dewalts get returned, bosch's dont'. He also went on to point out that a Bosch was twenty quid cheaper. Ok I thought, actualy thinking he was on some sort of bonus, I will have one.
Nine years later, I still have it, its still going strong and has had some proper hammer (no pun intended). The only thing that has happened is every now and then the flex breaks insid the handle causing a bit of the old ' Norman Collier' cutting out.
As a result of this, the flex gets shorter and shorter, but I dont think thats bad all in all.
 
R

Reg Man

Bosch for SDS everytime. DeWalt 5 piece cordless set has never let me down. Makita for right angled drilling (will do 38mm auger through 3inch joists like a knife through butter).
Ryobi !!! leave that for the kitchen fitters and DIYers.
 
C

Cirrus

Looks expensive and 'old' - have you seen the size of the batteries on the cordless drills? Like car batteries:eek:
 
R

RacerA3

The batteries are a little dated, look wise yes, but the design and quality of the other tools is unreal.

We have Metarbo, Trend, Electro beckum, Paslode, Bosch, Skill, Ryobi, Festool, hitachi, Makita, Dewalt & many more, tools in the workshop though, If i had my way it would be only Festool with a little dawalt cordless stuff chucked in for good measure. Then again if i had my way id be driving a sportX to work too.
 
D

dragon-av

Interesting poll, I have a mixed bag of tolls Ryobi, B&D (yeah i know but its handy) BOsch etc and am loking for an all common battery type for cordless, oddly tho my old man who doesnt do much DIY has BOsch pro cordless 12V drill driver and chuck gave up after 6 years of very little use the Ryobi one+ system appeals but not sure if worth the risk my Ryobi SDS+ is ok but not as good as Bosch/DEwalt. What do people think to Erbauer exclusive to screwfix in the UK i think I bought one of their chasers to replace a Ferm unit that died but havent had chance to abuse it yet.
 
Like all tools,choice of drills is different with everyone.

Never been one for brand names and I get mocked by some for mine, I have B&D 18v for screwdriving and small holes in plastic and metal and B and Q own brand mains powered SDS drill for larger holes and chasing.My company supplies 110v drill (Makita) but i rarely use it. Replace the battery one every 18mnths or so (at 50 quid a pop)but had the "B&Q special" for 5 years, chased out so many houses i,ve lost count and its never let me down.
Also it only cost £45 and came with a chuck converter and selection of chisel bits/drills etc, they only cost £65 in my local B&Q nowadays so if it ever does break i will give another one a go.

Then again maybe i'm just tight:)
 
L

London Luke

Here goes for my first post !


I think the trouble with Dewalt owners is the fact we want to continue to buy the Bare units so we can save on not having to carry so many chargers or batteries. I use 5 x 18v units and have 4 batteries and 2 chargers. I never run out of power.

But i have used better Makita and Hitachi. not keen on the Hitachi styling but they are superb and well made. I also have a Impact cordless PANASONIC that is a dream come true and far superior to my Dewalt that got stolen.

would i buy Dewalt again?? maybe not.

But what i really think is the best idea ever is METABO passive security feature than makes any stolen tools useless. I heard of a job that got robbed and they left a guys Metabo as they obviously new "whats what".

But when i win the lottery I am going to buy a Festool van of stuff !

WHO??????????????????:confused:
Like watches.
Dewalt are the "Rolex" (Too much money for nothing special, owned and faked by everyone !)
Festool are the "Vacheron Constantine" ( Pure class )
 
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jibtech

i am probably going to get slated for this but i invested in a ryobi one plus set and am really happy with it

of course it is cheap and a bit erm diy`ish but none of it has let me down so far and has proven to be rugged enough for "proper" work

keyword here for me is cheap, and the thinking is that..... if it breaks just buy another without batterys as they really are cheap as chips like that

the stuff i really love in my kit is... jigsaw,circular saw,flou. light,torch of course the drill and my favourite the radio :D

i got all this and lots more for way less than i coulda got the jigsaw and circular saw from de walt

deffinately worth a look if your on a budget for battery stuff

that is if you can handle looking a bit like you have fisher price tools:D
 
L

London Luke

I also think that clients expect to see a good workman use good tools. Ryobi are just too "cheap". The internet has reduced the prices to acceptable levels these days.
 
J

jibtech

yea yea nothing changes i used to get slated in school for my cheapo trainers as well

you know they work and last just as well you name lovers

pikey plumbers dont use ryobi!!! they use the de-walts they keep stealing from you guys off site and out of your vans and you KNOW they leave my ryobi:p
 
A

adamh

panasonic do a set of 2 12v sds and drill driver for 200quid cant beat em for screwing and plugging at tht price
 
L

London Luke

Panasonic only have a small range and the real cheap ones are nothing special

But move up the ladder and it becomes real good stuff and the batteries work for ever
 
B

brassmonkey

Had a makita Combi LXT arfter 2 weeks the chuck kept comming undone. Took it back got a refund now looking to get a cordless SDS to replace it. Wont be getting another makita.
 
L

London Luke

The cheap Makita stuff is rubbish. i used them for a week on a job and found nothing that would make me buy one
 
J

jibtech

I also think that clients expect to see a good workman use good tools. Ryobi are just too "cheap". The internet has reduced the prices to acceptable levels these days.


i took this one for you luke :D

clients couldnt take there eyes of me hoover and were askin about the radio to keep theyre dog company during the day....i was like erm plug one in maybe?!?!
 
J

jibtech

is luke a robot?

anyone know a good robot translator?

i think he said.."yes im jealous and im writing the ad for my dewalt gear on e bay right now and ordering me self a load of ryobi gear" not sure tho:D
 
C

Cirrus

Maybe but Ryobi is still the 'fisher price' of the electical world - sorry but it is TRUE!!!:p
 
L

London Luke

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J

jibtech

haha i wish i knew what that means i think he might be insulting the size of my tool:eek:

"Maybe but Ryobi is still the 'fisher price' of the electical world - sorry but it is TRUE!!!:p "

hahaha i know those are my words but it does the job just fine thank you :D

i always had poverty pumps in school and i know i could run as fast if not faster than the big boys in nike or puma.....maybe if i didnt have the pps on they wouldnt have been chasin me though:p:eek:;)
 
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think luke is being silly

"maybe Hitachi or makita??"

"i must admit if i started off again... I might not buy dewalt, but I know for sure I would not buy ryobi!!

u missed a t outta ur upside down mirrored "started" :p haha

and why is bosch winning this poll ?
 
L

London Luke

think luke is being silly

"maybe Hitachi or makita??"

"i must admit if i started off again... I might not buy dewalt, but I know for sure I would not buy ryobi!!

u missed a t outta ur upside down mirrored "started" :p haha

and why is bosch winning this poll ?

ɟƃ ɐ ʎq pǝddıɥʍ uǝǝq ʇ ʇslıɥʍ ʎɹɹǝqʞɔɐlq ɐ uo sıɥʇ ƃuıdʎʇ uʍop ǝpısdn pǝpuǝdsns uǝǝq ʇslıɥʍ ǝdʎʇ oʇ pɹɐɥ sı ʇı˙ ɹoɹɹǝ ƃuıllǝds ǝɥʇ ɹoɟ ʎɹɹos
 
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B

betambeau

bosch without a doubt! but someone at work has a new makita combi drill with li-on or something batts, thing is maybe a contender for a bosch 18v combi (with 3.0Ah batterys of course1) but i now i can drop my bosch from a ladder and it'll still work, wiil the makita last though?
 
K

Kensprint

Bosch for battery SDS. Hitachi for drills and impact drivers. They are bullet proof.
 
L

London Luke

I use a panasonic SDS cordless. So much better the the Dewalt
 
J

jools p

I went and bought a metabo cordless 14v and its a pain in the arse. The charger is over sophisticated. It often wont charge a drained battery for days until its satisfied that its cool enough. It has a very loud fan and stupid flashing lights on the battery. The pulse button on which is supposed to help with stubborn screws is useless and I keep turning on by mistake. The lever on the trigger to reverse it is awkward. All in all its best avoided.....
 
S

sparkymaz

anyone had a blast on the new bosch 36v sds compact? really small drill, very light but as powerfull as they come! about £400+ quid though
 
D

dangerous dave

the hitatchi 18v combi drill is a good little number as its only 90 quid in srew fix at the moment,ive used it loads of times on site,good for drilling out metal trunking+plaster boards+ply boards and brick work in domestic work.
 
K

kung

for me its got to be bosch ! i own sds and 24v cordless great drills at a good price never let me down dewalt and makita are good but overpriced bosch just as good and bit cheaper.
 
J

j_mccl

Got to be makita especialy if cordless, got four makita drills plus the impact driver excellent tools although bosch take some beating for quality i dont find as good value.
 
S

Smoddo

im glad to have been the vote that evened bosch back up with dewalt. I cant comment on makita, ive not used it a whole lot. But seeing dewalt even with bosch is a total joke. The only thing i can admire about Dewalt is its brilliant marketing team to be considered in this race. Its overpriced, low preformance, only aspect being its reliability, which u get with any similar priced product, only you get more preformance outta your boschs.
 
J

johnnyb

Bosch are good, but did you know some of the bigger Companies like Hayden Young for eg, only use Hilti, due to there tools are not supposed to give you white finger etc, but then again you don,t halve get slapped in the pocket for the privilige.
 
M

Modernelectric

I have a hitachi 14.4v drill driver and it has been nothing but trouble. The Batteries have died after only a year and various bits and peices have fallen off the drill itself!

I have a bosch 110v hammer drill and its about 3 years old, has taken a lot of abuse (chasing walls out, drilling through 3 foot wide walls) and it is still going strong! it was cheap and cheerful and i dont regret buying it!
 
K

kung

Also just got the bosch 12v drill/driver with the light for £29.99 in focus diy only used it a few times but light and compfy to use also have to confess from cosco did get the dewalt 3.6v screwdriver 2 batts etc etc was £35 only got it to replace challenge 3.6v got as part of christmas box from stepdaulter yep thought the same must hate me but didnt have the heart to tell her refuse to use it ! comes in handy as after apprentice anoys me he gotta use it all week ! lol anyway the dewalt does seem a good buy for that price !
 
J

Johnny Bravo

I own a Bosch 230v combi drill, power saw and a 10.8v impact & drill set for home use, which are great, but the Hilti's at work are different gravy!
 
S

Stedger

36V Bosch drill and circular saw are flawless. Quite expensive, but the batteries last for ages, and the performance is top notch.
 
J

jbec-john

I've had all sorts over the years. Bosch, DeWalt, Makita, and most recently the latest Hitachi 18v LiIon.

This Hitachi gear is the best I've ever had for the money. I have the combi drill, the Impact driver, and the SDS drill (Which is quite happy with a 20mm through concrete).

I'm sure all the 36v varieties have more features and poke, but they're also, bigger, heavier, and far more expensive. When you consider that 95% of the time I use my drills for either drilling wood, tightening 45mm woodscrews, or drilling a 5.5mm sds into brick, I really don't need the extra grunt. And for the 5% where I do, I have a Metabo 1010w 110v.

After the Hitachi, I preffered the Makita, then DeWalt (Although they really are overpriced), and last is Bosch. Although lets face it, none of them are particularly bad.
 
R

rust1009

Used all 5 loads. The order is Hilti, Hilti , Hilti then Makita, Dewalt, Bosch, my daughters toy tools, Ryobi.

Hilti cost loads but worth every penny.
 
R

ryanryan

DeWalt for me.
18v xrp... 20/25 in trunking and stuff
24v sds for the fixings
no complaints.
 
W

welsh spark

I just had a good deal at my local screwfix today a bosch 240v sds plus chisel drill and a 12v cordles bosch drill/driver with spare battery for £99.99 inclusive of vat reduced from £199.99 a good deal i thought i have just used the sds and its a good bit of kit so bosch gets my vote:)
 
D

daniel hill

has anyone hear used milwaukee

you can forget you dewalt and your bosch and hilti and toys are us tools these are the dogs under neeth
 
Hi Guys,
Newbie here, Been around in the building trade a long time and managed to accumilate a shocking amount of tools.

I tend to find that Dewalt arent all that, quite expensive and not as good as other brands.

I had a top of the range Ryobi For a short length of time and the quality was shocking.

I have never really got into Bosch for no reason just i have never bought one.

My current collection is makita for my smaller power tools, i find them to be good quality, good to use and good value for money.

The bigger stuff i tend to use is all Hilti, now this stuff is brilliant no two ways about it
 
Thanks for the warm welcome Mac, Mate of mine swears by dewalt and looks at me like i have wiped my arse with his cat when i critisise them, i think thats the fantastic part, theres something for everyone
 
B

BigD62

Makita latest cortless are lighter,longer lasting and great value.Im new to being a trainee spark but at $& yea5rs old Ive used a few products in the past. Still love my bosch though. Few Dewalt I had were poor quility.Im sure I just had bad luck .
Any way, score me for Makita.
 
C

crabapple

dewalt dc223 24v

bosch GBH sds (choppa)240
bosch GBH sds(choppa outa) + bosch 12.2v @screwfix for a ton

makita bhp lithium combi18v

hitachi grinder pair 4.5" and 9" from screwfix


playing the field realise everything is good depending on the colur of your money
my first bosch sds ive had 5 yrs ( my first eva powertool) and has taken a beating - i once let a polish ucnt use it till it was burning hot, grease coming out the end. i had a few sharp wordds with him, but the bocsh wasnt the least bit affected.

so i gotta say its the bosch thats the hardest,
makita the most innovative design and technology
dewalt is the flashiest, so much so that itll get nicked
 
J

johnstantine

Anybody heard of milwaukee? They are the dogs, surprised they haven't been mentioned.

Anybody heard of milwaukee? They are the dogs, surprised they haven't been mentioned.
Sorry just realised somebody has heard of milwaukee in earlier reply who also thought they're the dogs..
 
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Hmm There's a few tool snobs out there.

Dewalt ~ Elu's bought out by Black & decker I believe. Not really a fan (too much yellow) but the popularity must count for something. I have a Dewalt chopsaw & its ok but it has alignment problems & a mates hitachi just knocks mine into a cocked hat.

Ryobi's ~ cheap, but this makes them throw away so by the time they break it doesn't matter. (If they break under warrenty who cares; a little inconveinient maybe) (yes I have a set of battery drills but they have been ok):eek:

Hitachi 240v sds Strong & capable mines lasted years & Hitachi angle grinder ~ powerful (now where's that armoured van ;))
Hilti 110v sds ~ My favourite ~ the mutts knees & bees -------s ~ I had mine for about 20 years & has even survived the brickie brother-in-laws (neanderthal) abuse.

Makita battery drills ~ I've had the 9.6 & 12v varieties ~ They're ok batteries die a bit quick (nicad memory seems to be particularly bad)

I used to own Bosch until my van was broken into, I still mourn their passing (tool thieves; lowest of the low they are stealing your livelihood also)

I have other cheaper makes of tools that are occassional use so why pay silly prices.

P.s. I am a toolaholic (as confirmed in another post) so any tool is a great tool.:D
 
S

snowiespark

gota say that my dewalt and hitachi 18v drill/driver/ "hammer" drills are poor for drilling 5.5holes into anything other than breese or light block.... wont drill red brick or any other brick/concreet in a hurry, hammer got no poke.....

good as a driver/ 1st fix in new house tool... ,
hitachi nice n light use for drilling holes for downlights in plasterboard as its easy to lift / dont mind filling it with plaster dust.

hitachi batteries die to fast, dont seem 2hold charge. dewalt is better for tourque and battery life

the bosses hilti 36V lithimu cordless SDS+ is mint. think its a TE36A or something. drills 25mm holes in concreet....
 
R

Romans99

I think Drill Bits are an important factor also.

Ive used my Dewalt 18v with cheapo bits and its been crap, but put in the Dewalt brand drill bits and it makes a massive difference.

I agree with the "too much yellow" and the Dewalt gear does look similar to the plastic stuff i buy my
2 year old lad!

I had a Ryobi 24v SDS drill which was cheap and actually pretty good.
It also meant i could sling it about and not worry about getting it full of crap.

Everything ive bought from Bosch has fallen apart.

Best thing ive ever bought is my Dewalt Impact driver.
When its cold and icy on a january evening, i still get off my a*se to bring it in from the van.
 
I think Drill Bits are an important factor also.

Ive used my Dewalt 18v with cheapo bits and its been crap, but put in the Dewalt brand drill bits and it makes a massive difference.

I agree with the "too much yellow" and the Dewalt gear does look similar to the plastic stuff i buy my
2 year old lad!

I had a Ryobi 24v SDS drill which was cheap and actually pretty good.
It also meant i could sling it about and not worry about getting it full of crap.

Everything ive bought from Bosch has fallen apart.

Best thing ive ever bought is my Dewalt Impact driver.
When its cold and icy on a january evening, i still get off my a*se to bring it in from the van.

Agree about the comment on drill bits, i got sick of burning sds fixings and eventually let the Hilti rep talk me into having some hilti bits, they are nothing short of brilliant, 4 tips on a bit and double screw, three times the life and twice as fast
 
S

sparky1502

the new blue range from makita is great and the 18v impact driver is amazing..would recomened to anyone
 
R

Romans99

You've gotta be earning some serious money to buy the Hilti gear though.

Isn't it mainly for heavy construction work or am I missing a range of "everyday" Hilti power tools that I can justify splashing out on?
 
S

sparky1502

well i dont think any of us would be splashing out on hilti gear, makita is my standard 18v baby its my pride and joy the missus dont get it but they provide my living and i dont mind shelling out for good gear that lasts...my moto in life ....you buy cheap you pay twice...
 
You've gotta be earning some serious money to buy the Hilti gear though.

Isn't it mainly for heavy construction work or am I missing a range of "everyday" Hilti power tools that I can justify splashing out on?
My 110v Hilti is the same shape, size & weight as any other pistol drill, it is just made so much better, even down to the quality of the lead and it has not let me down in 20 years.

well i dont think any of us would be splashing out on hilti gear, makita is my standard 18v baby its my pride and joy the missus dont get it but they provide my living and i dont mind shelling out for good gear that lasts...my moto in life ....you buy cheap you pay twice...
Not arguing with that, just that if you are only going to use the tool occasionally (such as my biscuit jointer) why buy the best &/or most expensive.
 
J

Jelj360

Makita do it for me ..

Had a makita 110v angle drill once - probably the best tool I ever had - till it got nicked - someone had a right result - still lose sleep over it - therapys not helping - should never ave left it on site - if only i thought to put it in the boot- maybe it'll turn up again one day - doubt it tho - has anyone seen it? blue it was - maybe not - sholdnt beat meself up over it - it was my fault - no it wasnt - help...
 
J

jack1307

I'm looking to buy power tools as been working for while as mate with just hand tools. What would you recommend if money was no object?? Probably looking for sds and maybe small ish combi for other tasks!! Would Hilti be a good investment, or Bosch
 
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PJK

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Definitely Makita especially the 18volt lithium ion cordless kit, excellent power and battery life:).
 
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spannerman

I think you are all missing the best power tool brand around, have none of nyou ever used Milwaukee gear. This stuff is fantastic, a real professionals tool. Metal gearboxes not plastic like dewalt, expensive yes but the best always is.

Dewalt = Overrated tommy walsh toys
Hilti = Great demolition gear
Makita = Middle of the road
Ryobi = great DIY stuff not day in day out professional
Bosch = Just say no
 
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mc22x

Used Makita's,Dewalts,Metabo's for years and personally found that Dewalt are the topdog,Metabo's 2nd and Makitas 3rd.Not used any of the others so wouldnt like to coment.
 
P

Peter R

Hey everyone!! Pete here from Dublin im a 29 year old sparks and a self confessed tool junky! Realy jealous of all the new li ion drills and impact drivers etc every1 keeps turning up on site with, realy impressed with the makita 18v 3.0ah range also with the 14.4v pansonic 3.0ah gear particarully the impact driver its a beast! in light of my jealousy ive been abusing my old Dewalt combi drill and 24v sds but they just wont break or die! grrr! Kinda fancy a change from dewalt, tho reading how loyal you all are to your brands of choice and thr fact that despite my best efforts my dewalt gear just wont die may have to go for the yellow and black brand again! tho tempted by AEG's life time guarantee, there as heavy as the gear i have now tho there the cheepest 3.0ah li ion range! hmmmmmmm what to do?

-Dewalt 9/10 overall good tools try for the german made stuff
-Makita 8/10 18v range is very good, great batts look after them and they wont let you down
-Panasonic 9.5/10 sparks need all metal chucks trunking wrecks plastic sleeve chucks!
-Metabo 7.5/10 hit and miss there newist li ion stuff is good
-Hilti 10/10 for corded tools every1 knows there stuff is great tho there cordless tools got left behind when every1 else moved from nicd and nimh to li ion tho the have recently done a deal with panasonic to do there batts so watch this space! very expensive tho!!!!! even on there stupid lease thingy!
-Ryobi 6/10 used to be a decent cheeper option till every relised that and now they cost the same as the pro gear! get it together ryobi
-Hitachi 7/10 The power of the gods!!! until they break and they will!
-Millwaulkee 8/10 Good stuff made by tti parent Co to AEG, Ryobi, Metabo, Rigid, Atlas. its there prem brand
-AEG 8/10 for value for money!
-Festool 9/10 (chippys tools to expensive to bring on or let out of ur site)
-Protool 10/10 festools big mean bro if your in germany or can find this stuff on line its the best in the bizz
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