Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

13 Good

About north1

  • Rank
    Jr. Member
  1. Angle Grinder - Suggestions?

    A good corded grinder if you do not already have one. They are lighter and smaller but still powerfull compared to the battery brushless version.
  2. New Recip

    I knew that something like this was coming, really nice features!
  3. New decision

    12V brushless drill. It is very good + Torque ( in real life) + switch, electronics + bit holder / belt clip + compact design + the shape of the battery + handling + run-time ( 2ah battery)
  4. What tools did you buy today?

    I bought some new reciprocating saw blades . 6TPI Bim Wood 9 / 12 " , 14 TPI bim 9" metal blades , 200mm / ~ 8" wood/metal progressive TPI ( never used these progressor blades )
  5. Makita Brushless 36V Chainsaw With Movie !!

    Better late than never , Makita "rear" handle 36v. Does anyone know the power ,chain speed and runtime? This is my cordless..
  6. New 12V (10.8V) brushless

  7. New 12V (10.8V) brushless

    I've always liked the Bosch 10.8V ( 12v) drill drivers.
  8. These are quite popular here because it is versatile and a lot of different brands/models available.Prices starting from + 200€ ( 200€ = $220) I have a Stayer saw ( induction motor)
  9. Just seen the new bosch 18v circular saw

    Blade on the right side ( and stays there) . I'm right handed and I prefer the blade on the left always,it is more versatile and easier for me.
  10. These are good, sturdy design. ">
  11. Diablo Pruning Reciprocating Saw Blades

    Diablo + Milwaukee pruning (Swiss Made ) Bosch is the OEM,good quality Bosch is the largest producer of recip saw blades, jigsaw blades etc
  12. Thoughts on Bosch 18v -and red

    They make great tools , corded/cordless ,power tool accessories . btw .. 18v recip saw is equipped with a fully variable speed trigger ,durable and smooth running, long lasting professional power tool is much more than just a brushless electric motor.
  13. what is your dewalt interest

    This forum needs a better name. Like DewaltForum.com