Summary: By far the best drywall screw gun on the market. Gave away my Bosch to someone I don't like. Bought another one right away because it is that good and the productivity of my drywall crew goes up. Also is the quietest one as well.
Summary: the fastest drill out there , has a little trouble with long screws but holds it's own one of the best. i would advise anyone to buy this product but avoid leaving a review because you have to come up with 100 characters.
Summary: Makita 6825 6.5 Amp Drywall Screw Driver is a must-have if you do a lot of drywall hanging. There is nothing more frustrating than having your drywall screws sinking too far into the drywall. This driver will sink screws to the perfect depth every time.
Summary: I am truly disapointed with the 6825. My belt clip has already broken off after two days work. The nosecone is cheap and will not hold up. Also, the 6000 rpm's are burning up my tips. I will certainly stay with my other dependable and tough DeWalt screwguns.
Summary: This gun is lighter, quieter, and faster, It backs out screws like a breeze, the cord is smaller diameter thus adding to it's lightness. The belt clip on top is collapsible so you can get right tight up against the wall for corners.
Summary: Hung all the sheetrock in my house using this screw gun. Very powerful and had no problems except snapping off a few screw heads when I drove them into a knot in the studs. Also hung sheetrock on several other remodel jobs without any problems.
Summary: makita has produced a very comfortable gun to use.I have found it to be quite well ballanced especially when set in the lock on position, so that the trigger finger is on the upper part of the gun. the only draw back is that you have to remove the tip to remove screws.