I just saw these. I've had a set for many years. Great tools,
particularly for working over one's head. Really good price.
On 5/30/2019 7:18 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
+1 Bosch's 12v line of tools are the cat's ass for the non-pro (and may
even work quite well for the professional using them every day).
I've had this pair for probably 4 years and love them. Another one to
jump on is their 12v cordless multi-tool. Only problem I've had with it
is the fact that I didn't buy one a decade earlier. No matter the job
around the house or at the kid's place, it goes where I go!
On 5/30/2019 9:45 PM, Unquestionably Confused wrote:
I bought this same set 2 years ago on Christmas sale for $99. Seems
these go on sale every Christmas. I have 4 Bosch 12v drills. I love 3
of them. I have an angle drill that is too big for what I want. I
should have bought the Milwaukee angle drill attachment instead. It's a
good drill though, just wasn't what I needed.
A cabinet shop needs lots of small drills imo, and these Bosch drills
are perfect size. Also very important to have the same drill batteries
and chargers. It's easy to get overloaded with different makes/models
of drills, but very nice to have matched sets, and Bosch makes a nice tool.
The impact driver is ok, but, I've not much use for it in my cabinet
shop. I do like the fact it uses the same battery as the other drills.
There is not a problem with the 12v impact driver, but generally, when I
use an impact driver I'm doing larger jobs, outside with big wood, big
screws and lots of them. A larger, 18v impact driver is more for that,
but, this little guy can do a good job, just not screwing down a big
deck. I don't use it a lot, but will say I haven't used my 18v driver
since getting this one.
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