Lightweight drill / driver does what it is supposed to do.
11 August 2014
Summary: This is a good quality drill/driver and will drive a lot of screws installing metal roofing before needing a recharge. If you need to drill large or long holes in wood the battery won't hold up long before needing a recharge, get the next size up.
MILWAUKEE M18 2601-22 IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET FOR PRICE AND WORKABILITY.
4 March 2014
Summary: MY HUSBAND HAD BORROWED A DRILL LIKE THIS FROM MY SON AND LOVED THE CONVENIENCE OF 2 BATTERIES AND POWER TO HANDLE THE JOB.WE LOOKED AT ALL HARDWARE AND DEPT STORES TO COMPARE PRICES AND BRANDS .THIS DRILL WON EVERY TIME.BEST PRICE AND WORK FRIENDLY.
Summary: Powerful, sits comfortably in the hand, easy switching, bright lights. Sturdy and convenient case, there is the charge indicator. I am very pleased with the purchase and would recommend this drill to my friends))
Summary: he drill performed well initially but eventually failed. When I tried to get warranty service I was told that the part that broke was not covered under the warranty. I had it repaired at a local authorized repair shop and that lasted about month before another part failed and yep you guessed it,...
Summary: I got this because it was time in my life for a real power drill. I use it all the time and have never had a problem with it. I'd give it 5 stars, but it doesn't come with any bits. My first project was some bunny cages for my girlfriend and the only thing that let me down was my engineering skills.
Summary: Initially I liked the drill, and for the most part it did what it needed to do.(at least for first 2 years) I'm a homeowner, so its not like I'm putting this under a lot of stress each time, or using it a lot, but I have to say it just doesn't hold up with battery charges like my 12 volt Makita has.