The difference you will find is that the 18V will have more power.
Doubtfull, the panny's are some sweet cordless tools and should hang with, or out pace most other 18v.The difference you will find is that the 18V will have more power.
Agreed. Pannys get extremely high ratings in every test they are a part of.Doubtfull, the panny's are some sweet cordless tools and should hang with, or out pace most other 18v.
Mostley because of its brushless motor.
you have not tried the 18 volt hilti. its brand new to market I have some of the first ones it is a bad ass dry wall gun. its about timeSorry, the Hilti cordless has not impressed me at all.
You can get the panisonic 1/2" to 1/4 hex, they make them for the 15.6v impact drill combo. they work well and maybe add 5/8" to the leingthSo I got the impact today, but he sent the wrong one!
I received the 1/2 impact wrench and not the 1/4 driver that was listed on the auction, guy didn't really know what he had I guess?
I think I might try an adapter and if that doesn't work out it's going back on ebay.
The C12 has the same torque as a 18v. AND I know that last fall I was installing a kitchen and my 12 year old 12v(or 14.4v) Panasonic Drill needed to be recharged twice during the day (not balanced well but it's not dead so I'm not throwing it) and the C12 ran out at 4:30 p.m. and started the charge on site and finished the 70 min. charge at home.i doubt the chepo will have any kind of adapters like that for the pani, unless ryobi makes one:laughing:
i on the other hand just picked up a festool c12 with all the chucks so it looks like alot of my old stuff will be listed there soon, the c12 is 4 drills in one and alot of umph for a 12v:shutup: