Reviews and Problems with Bosch Brute Tough 36V (38636-01)
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This is the strongest toughest cordless drill I have ever ...
4 February 2015
Summary: This is the strongest toughest cordless drill I have ever owned. Lasting many years lots of falls from ladders etc. and it is 1/2 inch capacity. The small ratcheting drivers are giving it a run for driving big screws but for drilling the brute is a winner hands down.
Summary: I have been building a two story building with screws. Not a hammer on the site. I finally wore out my chuck on my Bosch 36v drill and decided to purchase a new drill instead of the chuck. Result. The new drill is half the weight. The batteries are half as thick. But! The power is just as good!
Summary: ESP like the LiIon batteries in these drills, 4 years and still going strong. I made the mistake of lubing my old bosch with WD40 inside, bad idea. To repair the old Bosch was $100 more than the new drill(Silly). So given the investment in 6 batteries, I stuck with Bosch
Summary: This extremely heavy drill is not for driving screws. The 18V Makita impact is for driving screws. I bought this drill for power. A few holes here, a spin there. Little jobs so that I don't have to use and extension cord.
Summary: I just want to say how satisfied I am on the 36v drill model # 18636 that I purchase four years ago. I used this drill in numerous projects around the house. Let me tell why this drill is so amazing. I have a house in Cap May county, NJ. It is located 1500ft from the bay which is salt water.