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I work there, they've actually got a really good selection of tools. Thinking of picking up a dremel from there

An 18v cordless should be pretty good for just about anything. Don't cheap out, though. My dad has a 10+ year old Rigid drill that still is an awesome drill and can punch through just about anything (the batteries still hold a charge after 10 years of regular use ).
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post #12 of 22
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I work there, they've actually got a really good selection of tools. Thinking of picking up a dremel from there

An 18v cordless should be pretty good for just about anything. Don't cheap out, though. My dad has a 10+ year old Rigid drill that still is an awesome drill and can punch through just about anything (the batteries still hold a charge after 10 years of regular use ).
Well I'm wanting to keep it under $100 and that Skil 18v LiIon fits the amount, I'm just wondering if a solo LiIon drill is worth the cost over the whole 18v Nicad set.
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Buy it-if you only have those 2 choices-skill beats b&d any day.
    
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post #14 of 22
If all your going to do is lighter things with the b&d set, they will last, but if you start working on the house-cars-anything heavey-life span is cut in half.
B&d was always made for the home do it your selfer.
    
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If all your going to do is lighter things with the b&d set, they will last, but if you start working on the house-cars-anythingheavey-life span is cut in half.
Yeah, I'll be using it for building a deck, and a bunch of other house projects this spring.
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post #16 of 22
Well if you buy that 18v b&d working on a deck or the house-make sure you buy like 3 other batteries-you wont get far on them doing that type of work, constantly chargeing them.
    
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post #17 of 22
My mikita set of tools with lilon 18v i have had for about 6 years now-a couple batties belong to that set i have had from day one-they last.
    
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post #18 of 22
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I'm looking for cordless specifically because I'll be using it for case mods, as well as for when I build a desk. Would you guys think dropping the kit and getting a 18v LiIon Battery and drill?
I don't think the usage you're mentioning exactly makes cordless necessary. You're going to be staying in pretty much one area, so with a good extension cord you should be fine. I've used both a lot, and in situations where I'm not hopping from place to place and climbing ladders, corded works fine. Yes, you have the cord, but you also don't have the bulky heavy battery at the end or how to worry about power or not having enough juice to finish a job. Often you can get a better corded tool for the money vs. cordless, unless you just find an awesome deal on something cordless. Just speaking from my own personal experience.
post #19 of 22
By all means go corded if you realy dont care about the cord-Only time i ever use corded drills any more, is heavey construction-or working in my bros harley shop-but only when needed,get one or even 2 more batteies-you will never run out of power. Most cordless are balanced nicely now a days, plus most cordless have better control options also, speed-tork-so on.
    
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post #20 of 22
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Woops, I meant to say deck. Not desk lol.

Which is a better of these corded? Narrowed it down to a single cordless, may as well narrow down corded too.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Skil-6.5-A...77-02/14227156

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Rockwell-3...ll/14958282#rr

There is a corded Hitachi for $60, but I don't know if I want to go that high on a corded one.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Hitachi-3-8-Drill/14958272
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