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Having just had my 18v makita drill nicked from my tool bag on friday, I was looking for a cheap but reliable replacement for now. Went in screwfix to buy an 18v makita with 3 1.3a batteries for £99 when i noticed this Erbauer ERE009COM 18V Combi Drill - Screwfix.com, Where the Trade Buys which come with 2 2.0a batteries, and was wondering if anyone had used any of there drills. thanks.
 
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I have and to be honest as long as you realise 'you get what you pay for' then you can expect those kind of results.

Erbauer although sounds like a very nice German branded product is actually a Screwfix made up own brand name.

Understandable you don't want to spend out on top brands which can be nicked but without the right tools the job becomes harder.

Had two Erbauers, had two pack up and be replaced in a short period of time. Pain in the behind when you are half way through a job. I now tend to get the tools I know that will stand the test of time and make sure they are kept within my site or locked up.

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