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anybody got any thoughts or experience on one of these?

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/94244/Power-Tools/SDS-Cordless-Drills/Makita-BHR200WAE-24V-SDS-Plus-Drill#

remember to wear your garlic before you click. :eek: :O

so I decided to have a look at how much they are, and found this, Pray

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/QTY-1-Makita-BHR200SJE-24V-Cordless-SDS-Plus-drill_W0QQitemZ120314653798QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item120314653798&_trkparms=39%3A1|66%3A2|65%3A1|240%3A1318&_trksid=p3911.c0.m14

ebay number 120314653798 (in case the link is f**ked)

be any early xmas box from Aggie, mines on its last legs, Ryobi, had it for 3years now and got hammered non stop between batteries, cant knock them TBH, but just recently they seem to have lost it a little bit.

thats why I was looking at Makita.

 
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Have used them for a few years now. Good tool probably used when should use a mains drill. The Screwfix ones only have 2.0 ah batteries. Mine have always had 3.3 ah batts. They can be part charged so 2.0 ah batteries should be no problem.

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In terms of customer service SF have alwayd served me well. I've had next day replacemnts of power tools twice and you don't have to worry about keeping reciepts etc.

 
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