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  • I decided to go cordless on this one as I thought it would have obvious advantages for me and it does too as I can use it in the most awkward of places and positions without the inconvenience of having to plug it into a power supply all the time

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      As a man, I do quite a lot of handy work in and around my house and one of my most expensive pieces of electronic hardware is my RYOBI cordless drill.

      I decided to go cordless on this one as I thought it would have obvious advantages for me and it does too as I can use it in the most awkward of places and positions without the inconvenience of having to plug it into a power supply all


      the time. I particularly find it useful for places like bathrooms as there are no plugs there and I would otherwise need to take the time to plug the drill into an outside power source by using an extension cord.

      While the 12V drill that I have is powerful enough to do even the toughest of jobs, I have knowledge that there are even more powerful makes such as 14V and up to 18V drills of the same make.

      The ...


      • whole set was very useful to me as it comes with a whole lot of extra useful stuff. These include a tape measure, some marking sticks and about 10 different sizes of drill bits. The drill bits that come with the drill only worked on concrete when I used them and I had to buy separate drill bits for materials such as stainless steel and other metals.

        My RYOBI cordless drill seems to be a great piece of electronic

        hardware and is very useful for short jobs as I find the rechargeable battery cells to last about 40 minutes each on continuous use, but they do seem to lose a bit of torque as I use them. I find it of great value that there are two cells so this affords me enough time to complete whatever job I am busy with.

        I also found that it takes longer to drill through metals and required slow and patient application.




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