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    Hmm Let me see your drill

    I am on the market for a new drill.
    i do service so don't need lot of power.
    So far this one is the one i like a lot, great balance excellent feeling in your hand.
    Some of 12 V have a chunky handle and i have small hands.
    I was wondering what do you guys use.
    thanks

    http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCD710S...N%3DB0043XX87W

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    “Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And it’s no longer the sideshow, it’s the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and we’re dealing only with the freaks.” - Jonathan Winters

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwhip View Post
    OMG LOLOLOL mine are not soo small

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    Milwaukee M12 tools have been good to me.

    I can't say that I've got small hands, though.

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    Dewalt 20v brushless impact.

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using Tapatalk 2

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    DeWalt 18V impact, and I have a 10" flexible bit connector to get in the smaller spaces.

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    Fav for svc work is the Dewalt 12v impact (the one with 5/16 bit) can keep up with big drills and easy filt in bagsName:  Dewalt12v20v.jpg
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Size:  28.3 KB, handle not as thick as the bosch 12v and the Dewalt has a belt clip, rarely use Dewalt 20v, Milwaukee kept in garage and Bosch on personal truck, I've replaced 12 volt batteries on Milwaukee but never on others. I'm somewhat of a tool horder.

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    I don't know if Milwaukee has this deal in the US, but up here, if you trade in your old stuff they give you $100 off most of their packages.
    I got 18v impact, hammer drill and sawzall and 3 batteries for $350 CDN

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    Milwaukee makes good tools but... I don't need a big honking 5 pound, 18 volt, triple gear reduction drill. I switched over to a Bosh last year and love it. The Milwaukee or Bosch are not cheap but you get what you pay for.

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    Yes, I know I Shouldn't But I Just Can't Help Myself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Home&Marine View Post
    I switched over to a Bosh last year and love it.
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    +1 They look a lot like my 3 year old Boschs. I carry the screw driver (non-impact) in my Veto bag because I hate removing multiple screws for unit covers by hand. It is light and powerful. And I LOVE having a light on the drill.

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    http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-PS21-2A-...ds=bosch+drill

    best drill very light weight and long lasting
    ®

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    I like the Bosh, but the handle is too "FAT" for my hands
    Quote Originally Posted by Home&Marine View Post
    Milwaukee makes good tools but... I don't need a big honking 5 pound, 18 volt, triple gear reduction drill. I switched over to a Bosh last year and love it. The Milwaukee or Bosch are not cheap but you get what you pay for.

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    I have the DeWalt 12V impact and love it. Grip is perfect small hands.

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