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Herc | 15:06 Thu 25th Jan 2007 | Home & Garden
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I have a cordless draper drill that has 18v on the battery but I dont think its that good.

I was going to buy a new one DeWalt from Rober Dyas ://www.robertdyas.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=311&storeId=91&productId=18234&langId=-1&cache_entry=-1&parent_category_rn=&parents_parent_category_rn=&top_category_rn=&showSubCategory=&top=Y&fromPage=SearchResults

But this is a 12v so will that mean it will less powerful?

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If I was you I would go for an Hitachi 12 or 14 volt, the gearing on them is greatm Draper is not a very good drill, I have an 18volt and a 24 volt De walt and they are superb drills, but if I was going for a slightly lower voltage it would be Hitachi, in fact the 14 volt is every bit as good if not better than my 18 volt, you will not lose power going for one of these, a lot also goes on the battery A/H that needs to be 2 or above a lot of the cheaper ones are 1.2 or thereabouts, good luck, Ray
Go to www.scrwefix.com They have a vast array of cordless drills. Makita are tools for life!!! and are far superior to DeWalt
That depends on the experience you have moomoojaj, I had two Makita Drills and they wetre useless.

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