Nutool NPK850

Looks like a quite good tool for general diy jobs but don't know if the drill system is SDS or SDS+ ??? Can anyone let me know. Thanks Rich
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it's +
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I don't think anyone has made an SDS for quite a long time.
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Whats the difference between SDS & SDS+
On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 21:28:24 +0100, "Rich"

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My suspicion is that it was renamed when they invented SDS Max. My NuTool claims to be SDS, but seems to not mind modern SDS+ drill bits.
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Ok thanks for the information on that I will go and get one then
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I wouldn't bother. I had three of them in rapid succession. They all fell appart. The chuck explodes after a few hours use, and rotary stop doesn't work properly even when the drill is new.
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You have two SDS drills?
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No. Just one.
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I've been looking at this, and as far as I can figure SDS has no rotary stop, SDS+ has, and SDS-Max has an extra fitting on the shank so you cant put it in an SDS/SDS+. SDS-Max is designed primarily for BIG jobs, and is massively powerful.
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