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    Hitachi multivolt

    Found something new online. Hitachi Presented a multi voltage battery in Japan much like the flexvolt. Can be either a 18v/5amp battery or a 36v/2.5 amps. A new impact driver and circular to benefit from the multivolt batteries in 36v modus. Seems they are completly compatible with everything. http://www.homemaking.jp/product_info.php?products_id=167033&osCsid=1a7f521fc2fbc6e167da0136d206cb05
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    Dewalt Flexvolt DCS690 mini cut off saw

    Strange. That is what the closed off compartment is supposed to counter
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    Any more info on the 1" impact

    The problem is with your protool. A 1 inch impact wrench that only outputs 280 is completely wrong. 1 inch electric impacts get around 1000 Newton's. 280 is what a small compact cordless 1/2" gets. Somewhere that print on your protool is wrong
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    Any more info on the 1" impact

    I'm no fan of Milwaukee torque numbers but I don't think they ever exeggerated numbers 5 times as big 😛
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    Interesting Drill Comparison

    Ow seem ok to me. They always seem to think up some jig to make it an honest comparison
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    How to estimate life of a Makita battery ?

    @kat Reviving old thread but I believe a fully charged Makita pack gives 20.2 volt. I have the new model battery tester at work. I'll check tomorrow
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    Interesting Drill Comparison

    Tought that wasn't out untill 1 december?
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    Battery release buttons

    Bosch 36v rotary hammers do
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    I need a drill with guts

    Correct tool: high torque angle drill. Makita X2, flexvolt, holehawg. Convenience tool but don't cry if it dies prematurely: any heavy duty drill from any manufacturer
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    Does Makita make a 1/2” drill with an anti-kickback feature?

    A clutch yes but not an accelerometer
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    Does Makita make a 1/2” drill with an anti-kickback feature?

    Sorry I meant soon also DeWalt dealer. Not ' soon also DeWalt has a drill with that tech '
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    Does Makita make a 1/2” drill with an anti-kickback feature?

    @ChrisK Soon also DeWalt dealer
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    Does Makita make a 1/2” drill with an anti-kickback feature?

    Only sds+ rotary dhr280/281/282/283. Sds Max dhr400 also just got it in Japan. No drill driver's yet
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    Flexvolt

    Did you need both the flexvolt batteries and half the charge on the metabo for 1 cut ? O_o
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    Flexvolt

    Ow sorry didn't notice the number changed ! Carry on then
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    Flexvolt

    Hilti impact wrenches are old and ' meh ' tho 😛
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    Flexvolt

    Sounds more like an impact wrench job y
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    Interesting Drill Comparison

    I'd say skill builder and workshop addict are very biased also. Real tool reviews is just an annoying cunt. Oz tool talk are the only good guys you named there 😛
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    What will Makita come out with next?

    Cordless polisher is also on the wall.
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    What will Makita come out with next?

    Then we're both opiniated hypocrites if that solves the discussion for you
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    What will Makita come out with next?

    I made a general remark about a tools purpose. You're the one going all defensive? You tend to do that alot on these forums really ? There are people with different opinions than you.
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    Flexvolt Battery Won't Charge

    Damn it. Could you all stop posting about defective DeWalt batteries just after I have signed off on a 20000 Euro investment on a DeWalt display in the shop 😛
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    First cordless 10in table saw coming to N. America

    Ah you don't have that metabo tablesaw yet in usa ? That explains why noone of the reviewers ever compared the flexvolt or Milwaukee to it. It kicks both of their asses
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    What will Makita come out with next?

    No he is quite literally talking about a 1000 and 2000 ?
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    What will Makita come out with next?

    This is meant to clean up after your ass after you have drilled some holes at a customer's place. Aws Would only make it more expensive and people will use it for dust extraction on tools for which it isn't strong enough
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