Co2 for me I hate the sound of air compressors nails on a chalk board to me. The gas guns are nice in summer but today I was working with the temps in the teens.Not even an impact driver?Do not drive any fasteners with a drill anymore. On a ladder I hate air lines too so Gas nailers there.
Ryobi definitely has the price point. Decent enough tools for the money, and overall they hold up pretty well. :thumbsup:when they poke fun i ask "how much have you spent since i've know ya upgrading all your cordless stuff?:
So is this what the elves look like at your house josh? :laughing:I wont say the tool brand i've had in all the trucks for the past 10yrs
This is why we only have Dewalt 18vt cordless tools. Dewalt makes the most variety, sells the most, therefore there are plenty around used also.I am getting sick and tired of all the different brands of cordless tools. I have Hitachi, dewalt, milwaukee, and bosch cordless tools. Today was useing a impact driver then died with two screws left. Had a cordless sircular saw there at hand but because it was a different brand had to walk over to the trailer. To get a fresh battery out of the row of different chargers. For some reason this is driving me nuts.
Thinking of buy one or two combo sets of tools. I know one or two things might not be the best but just good in the set. So what are some good sets you guys and gal's have that you like. The dewalt and the bosch sets are my top two right now.
Not even an impact driver?Do not drive any fasteners with a drill anymore. On a ladder I hate air lines too so Gas nailers there.
I was at the Dewalt repair shop and spotted one of those. It left with me. A nice light, bright but not blinding and not hot when you are in the attic in August. Note the plug in on the side. It did power the milwaukie Saw Z All until I bought a DeWalt cord less. When you close the light, the lens is protected and the cord is out of the way.I've chosen dewalt for convenience sake: radio/charger, jigsaw, flashlights, recip saw, circular saws and right angle drill. the next purchase may be
best part is when I'm down to the last two screws to drive and the battery dies, another tool is nearby:thumbsup:
If I just did small screws I could see living without the impact, but I have to run alot of quarter four lags and 3/8 concrete anchors. If your little C-12 could run thoes without breaking a sweat I'd buy one tommorow.I use a lot of GRK screws, alot of the RSS structurals. I have had no issue running those in with my little C-12.
If I just did small screws I could see living without the impact, but I have to run alot of quarter four lags and 3/8 concrete anchors. If your little C-12 could run thoes without breaking a sweat I'd buy one tommorow.
The panny drills look pretty swell but they arn't popular around here and I really want to hear some reviews on their service/support and longivity. I believe Hilti uses panny batteries on their lith-ion stuff.
For drills IMHO there is no equal, dont leave the batteries in the sun and fully discharge/recharge them and theyre pretty much bulletproof.Call me brand loyal, but only use Dewalt 18v. It is just easier. It is like mixing wiskey, it will only make you sick.:laughing: