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post #1 of 5 Old 12-15-2011, 01:19 PM Thread Starter
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Must be a good deal?

I couldn't resist giving myself an early christmas gift today. A local hardware store had a sale and I bought a cordless drill. It's a 12 V Milwaukee, comes with three batteries, a case and a soft bag. Got it for 1,200 SEK wich would be around $ 180. I have no previous experience with that brand but it seems like a quite good drill, perfect for smaller jobs.

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In the US Milwaukee is arguably the best quality name in cordless power tools. Definitely one of the top 2 or 3. Hope you get years of good service from it!
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Getting it with 3 batteries is definitely a score! Milwaukee is a fine brand and should give lots of service. Nice Christmas present!
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The only negative I had with Milwaukee was the batteries will retain a memory if not fully charged. Just be sure to fully charge the batteries each time. They may be different now, I just don't know if they are or not.
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Long....Milwaukee has been plumber's "go to" drill motor brand here since probably 'round 1970 or so.They're no-nonsense industrial grade.Their sawzalls are trend setter's(industrial design)as well.

They have a whole line of equip.....all very rebuildable.Recently got on the China can't say how they'll perform longterm?The old stuff is built like proverbial tanks.Nice present,+1 sure you'll get years of good service,BW

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