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Old 05-26-2012, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by jafo9 View Post
the makita and probably other nice ones as well is that the speed never changes no matter how much or how little pressure. once you set it, you're done.
That's a feature that's very important that few realize, even cordless drills.

My Panasonic commercial series still going since 95, replaced the batteries once.
Also the only ones with electric brake control that doesn't allow chuck/armature to turn with trigger off.
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