I have one of those Dewalt's. It's a true workhorse for mixing compounds and texture mud. :thumbsup:
Got a smoking deal on this too. I wanted something smaller if I was doing a 1 batch mix. The auto mixer isn't heavy but I typically only mix 1 bucket of thinset for a backsplash and the best is too big.
Well, it bears the Craftsman name plate, but I believe you are on the money. A friend of mine had the B&D and it was identical in every possible way.That's a winner Lone!:thumbsup: I think it was made by Black N Decker industrial model
Long drill bits, spade bits, drilling into cinderblock... if I gotta drill holes for fishin wire or pex/copper ill hook up a spade bit and go to town and not worry about recharging batteries :clap:angus242 said:What else do you use it for?
I've got an old 1/2" Makita that's heading in the same direction...takes a lickin' and keeps on ticking.Well, it bears the Craftsman name plate, but I believe you are on the money. A friend of mine had the B&D and it was identical in every possible way.
I bought that drill around 15 years ago and believe it will be a family heirloom.:laughing:
Even Amazon..my go-to tool store...was around $150. I scored! Even got a Dewalt soft case to carry it.Sir Mixalot said:That was a bargin for sure. :thumbup: I think I paid $169 for the same drill a couple of years ago.:shutup: