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So we just had a new install of an Italian machine( about £1.5M) and I had to provide a full engineers tool kit.

So after the Italian engineers had finished---- my Makita drills were Donald Ducked.

Our crane engineers now use Milwaukees, and I got our Sparkys to order me a matched pair of drill,screw driver, hammer drill/impact driver from City Electrical at trade price.

Today I got both 18V brushless screw/drill/hammer drill and impact driver at £328+ vat and they are the poodles plums.

Very chuffed

Barry

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I see Milwaukee are now on to 5.0 Ah battery's have a lot of twin packs on offer in their fuel range.

It's good stuff, the workshop drill is a Milwaukee and has stood some abuse.

Will.

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I have these exact models (Hammer drill and impact driver).

Fantastic, almost 18 months in, and both been heavily used and abused on construction sites and workshops. So good, I even went out and bought the matched angle grinder and circular saw!

I wouldn't buy any other brand now! I will however be buying the 5.0ah batteries as soon as can afford it. 4ah is great, but the impact does suck the juice pretty quick if I'm constantly going at it.

Josh

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