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    can anyone get any good deals on cordless screwdrivers/impact drivers.im looking to buy the 14.4v panasonic driver an impact driver.the best price i can get over here is in an around 240-280.this gets me the two drills an two 3.0ah 14.4v batteries.i would prefer panasonic as i have the 28.8v sds an im very happy with that an like the panasonic brand,although at the right price id take dewalt,makita,festool,
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    have u tried these buddy there pretty reseonably priced place

    http://www.protrade.co.uk/

    http://www.alltools.co.uk/

    bought stuff from both and are very good wen it comes to warrenty aswell

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    • #3
      I'd go for an 18v really mate

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      • #4
        i agree i was using 14 now im on 18v makita lithium ion and its awesome loads of grunt and very light

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        • #5
          Originally posted by CrazyJames View Post
          i agree i was using 14 now im on 18v makita lithium ion and its awesome loads of grunt and very light
          Same as me mate White Makita

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            holla

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            • #7
              have u seen them in red

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              • #8
                Gotta' keep it Pimpin' yo....

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Blue Magic View Post
                  Same as me mate White Makita
                  same here, got the 18v LION impact driver and drill with 2 3Ah batteries kicks ***
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Blue Magic View Post
                    I'd go for an 18v really mate
                    i would go for the 18 but i dont really need the 18volts im only drilling light metal(trunkng/metal conduit boxes etc)so the 14v is fine for this.i have the 28v sds for anything heavier.ill give them sites a wee look an see how they fair.cheers guys
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                      http://www.justpower.co.uk/item-1576
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vxrmartyn View Post
                        thats a good deal there,an the makitas are very good.cheers dude
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                          I've tried most of the major brands, Dewalt, Makita, Bosch etc but the only power tools I would ever buy now are Hilti.

                          Ok they are slightly dearer than the rest but the after service is second to none.

                          I have a 14v Hilti drill and it runs circles round the 18v dewalt that's on it's last legs.

                          Worth a look?
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ravin beef View Post
                            I've tried most of the major brands, Dewalt, Makita, Bosch etc but the only power tools I would ever buy now are Hilti.

                            Ok they are slightly dearer than the rest but the after service is second to none.

                            I have a 14v Hilti drill and it runs circles round the 18v dewalt that's on it's last legs.

                            Worth a look?
                            yeah man hilti an festool are the best an the price reflects thatyes i will have a look an see whats they offer cheers rb
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                              wouldnt recommend dewalt we've got loadsa them in work and the clutch go in nearly all of them quite quickly m8 who makes dewalt again? its like a designer drill lol not worth the money
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