You might think that $49.99 cordless drill on sale at $39.99 is a bargain, and you quickly open your wallet and dump that amount on the checkout counter. You get home and find this so called tool lacks power, but you manage to use it on jobs with low power demands. Then one year comes along and the battery is so weak it will only drive 8 screws before the battery needs a recharge. Being the sucker that you are, you plunk down $70 for a new battery, and the company laughs at you all the way to the bank, knowing how much of a sucker you are for spending more than the cost of the drill for a replacement battery. Of course, in another year, they'll get to laugh again when you need another new battery, and year after year they laugh at your stupidity.
Cordless tools are not really tools anyhow. They're TOYS. Remember when you were a kid and has a toy drill that ran on 2 D-cell batteries. Well, these so called cordless tools are just a slight improvement. Consider them "Toys for Adults". These differ from the REAL tools that adults used to get in the mid 1900's. Those came with electrical cords and had power. But the manufacturers of these cordless tools figured they would make the cord look like some sort of enemy and using the right wording, they convinced many once sane adults that these cordless tools are an improvement because they dotn have a cord. Well, excuse me, but but I'll struggle with the cord a lot easier than when the goddamn batteries go dead halfway thru a job.
But suckers buy these things by the case, and spend a fortune on batteries yearly, rather than struggle with a cord, which might get in the way......
Oh well, the suckers who buy these cordless toys are the same idiots who buy ink jet printers. These fools spend $29.95 for the printer, then spend $50 for ink every two months. And anyone with a brain knows that the cost to make this ink is less than one half dollar. The sellers of that ink KNOW you're a sucker, and they spend half of each work day just laughing their asses off at the suckers that buy their expensive ink refills.
Now you know the reason that after clothing, cordless tools and ink jet printers are the number one items sold at rummage and garage sales. Most of the time these items work just fine, that's after you spend a fortune on batteries or ink. And the people who run these rummage sales also know there's a sucker born every minute, and that sucker could be YOU.
And if you think the list of SUCKER PRODUCTS ends here, think again. Everytime you spend $4 for a gallon of gasoline, YOU ARE A SUCKER. Everytime you spend $5 for a loaf of bread, YOU ARE A SUCKER. These companies KNOW that you must have that gas to drive and that bread to eat. Unfortunately, many of us have no choices when it comes to gasoline and food, but I'll be the first person to NEVER buy another cordless tool or inkjet printer. There are alternatives !!!!