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Hi guys, I have just had a word with the boss as due to most our work been in the countryside I am spending more and more time, looking for a socket to plug the tranny in to power the sds.

He has given me £250 to buy a cordless SDS. I have had a look online and have seen a Makita 24v for £200, a Dewalt 24v for £270 or a Bosch 24v for £300.

Does anyone have one of these? Or can you give me some advice to quality etc. They all seem to have the same ammount of power etc.

Thanks
 
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MRES

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Hilti do a great 36V but it will destroy your budget like it does walls !
 
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dangerous dave

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i would say the makita 24v ive used them before,nice to use but because they have a low amp hour the batts dont last as long as some of the more expensive models,hope this helps.
 
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eskimo39

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Cheers Dave,

Just ordered the Makita one. £199 with 2 x 2a NIMH batteries!!!

Thanks again

MRES, just had a look at the Hilti!!!! See what you mean about budget.....
 
Hi guys, I have just had a word with the boss as due to most our work been in the countryside I am spending more and more time, looking for a socket to plug the tranny in to power the sds.

He has given me £250 to buy a cordless SDS. I have had a look online and have seen a Makita 24v for £200, a Dewalt 24v for £270 or a Bosch 24v for £300.

Does anyone have one of these? Or can you give me some advice to quality etc. They all seem to have the same ammount of power etc.

Thanks
I think the one that dewalt does also can be used as a LIGHT chipping hammer,ie has rotary stop.
I'd personally recommend the panasonic,but it might be nearer the 300 mark now.Its very well balanced,and comes with 2 batteries at 3ah.I think makita also do one with 3.3ah.It really worth paying more for the extra amp hour batteries -you won't regret.
 
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