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Hello @Mjay. Many thanks for your advice but I have already purchased my drill. Thanks again for your interest though. Cheers.

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Thanks @Adam_W for your input, but I have already purchased a drill set from Bunnings last month. Thanks again though for your interest and advice. Ch ...

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Thanks @Prof . Followed your advice and I'm very happy. You're a legend ! Cheers.

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Hi @Jason, thanks for your interest. I presented myself to the Bunnings Workshop class as previously discussed and then selected an Ozito 18v drill ki ...

Trying
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Sorry for the delay in answering your request Jason. But better late than never. I posted pictures on Monday but forgot to tell you. My apologies. Che ...

Trying
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Thank you Jason. That article was very informative. It always amazes me the knowledge and experience that Workshoppers have, and that they share so wi ...

Trying
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Thank you to everyone for your excellent advice - now it's off to see the guys at Bunnings on Saturday. Cheers.

Trying
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Asking for advice here please. Looking to buy a new cordless drill for general household use. Too many choices have left me totally confused. Booked o ...

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Community Manager Jason
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Many thanks for sharing the photos Marlane (@Trying). I'm sure Workshop members considering using composite decking boards appreciate the opportunit ...

nonsibicunctis
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I know this is really off topic but your mention of speed humps has emboldened me to write. I HATE SPEED HUMPS. I agree with you entirely, they pena ...

Mjay
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I've had 2 cordless drills over the years. One I cannot remember the brand, but even after a full charge it would be flat within 20 mins of use.I now ...

Adam_W
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@TryingI’ve found the Ryobi ONE+ gear to be excellent especially their top range drills. Big advantage of the range being interchangability of batteri ...

Prof
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Glad I was able to help..

Community Manager Jason
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Hi @Trying, Hope all is well. Just wondering how you went with choosing a drill? Jason

Prof
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I always start a new project with interest and enthusiasm and take care to get everything right...particularly with timber projects and make sure ever ...

Rick64
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I bought a Dewalt 18 volt kit grinder/drill/imact driver. about 2 years ago. The warranty runs out after 12 months but the battery charger died in Jan ...

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Trying
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Thanks @Adam_W for your input, but I have already purchased a drill set from Bunnings last month. Thanks again though for your interest and advice. Ch ...

Trying
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Thanks @Prof . Followed your advice and I'm very happy. You're a legend ! Cheers.

Trying
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Hi @Jason, thanks for your interest. I presented myself to the Bunnings Workshop class as previously discussed and then selected an Ozito 18v drill ki ...

Trying
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Sorry for the delay in answering your request Jason. But better late than never. I posted pictures on Monday but forgot to tell you. My apologies. Che ...

Trying
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Thank you Jason. That article was very informative. It always amazes me the knowledge and experience that Workshoppers have, and that they share so wi ...

Trying
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Thank you to everyone for your excellent advice - now it's off to see the guys at Bunnings on Saturday. Cheers.

Trying
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Asking for advice here please. Looking to buy a new cordless drill for general household use. Too many choices have left me totally confused. Booked o ...

Trying
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My biggest challenge is being able to reach the areas that I want to work on; then have the upper arm strength to do what needs doing. Any repairs or ...

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