i posted a note earlier asking if anyone had the owner's manual for the
cordless drill because the batteries seem to be losing power too quickly and
not recharging sufficiently. i was told to buy a new drill, it would be
cheaper.... i was told how to split the battery paks to get to the nicad
i did check into the cost of battery replacements.... yep...they are expensive
and cost nearly as much as if i do go out and buy a new drill. i have a number
of corded drills, but the cordless is handy to have in the shop and to do misc.
i am a hobbyist....i don't make my living from construction and furniture
making. so i ask this question because i do not know the difference.....
exactly what is the difference between a 9.6V, 12V, 14.4V and an 18V cordless
drill, besides, obviously the cost? i drill holes, screw in screws.... what
makes one much better than the others... as for heavy duty drilling, i will
shag an extension cord and bring out the heavy duty corded job for that....
what is the general consensus of the HF cordless drills....... i have bought a
number of items from HF and have not had any problem with their merchandise...
Drill Master ??? Chicago Electric ??? i am leaning towards the craftsman 12V
sorry to be a bother..... but that is the purpose behind this NG, isn't it?
thanx in advance....