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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.
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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" haha
and why is bosch winning this poll ?
Sorry just realised somebody has heard of milwaukee in earlier reply who also thought they're the dogs..Anybody heard of milwaukee? They are the dogs, surprised they haven't been mentioned.
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.
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.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?
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.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...
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