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I found this pretty interesting, keep in mind that the Hilti is NOT a brushless model.

I assumed that Milwaukee would have been number #2, go go Makita!

Pound for pound, the Ridgid seems the hands down value leader.

http://www.protoolreviews.com/buying-guides/heavy-duty-18v-cordless-drill-shootout/20382/

I accidentally posted this in the Hilti section, sorry for the double post!

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Where is everyone? I would have thought this would start a great discussion!

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Old news, I guess, I remember reading it couple months ago.... Makita did make quite the impressive show. Hilti drill gave the best performance it looks, I don't believe I knew they made cordless til this came out

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On 3/31/2016 at 9:37 PM, HiltiWpg said:

I found this pretty interesting, keep in mind that the Hilti is NOT a brushless model.

I assumed that Milwaukee would have been number #2, go go Makita!

Pound for pound, the Ridgid seems the hands down value leader.

http://www.protoolreviews.com/buying-guides/heavy-duty-18v-cordless-drill-shootout/20382/

I accidentally posted this in the Hilti section, sorry for the double post!

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yes..very interesting ..the premium 3 speed DeWalt and the M18 Fuel which I have scored low overall..  liked  to have seen a Kobalt  in the mix also just to see how it would   score...thanks for posting the link...

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For me, it's come down to which battery platform I'm invested in, which (for some dumb reason) I am into Makita and Milwaukee in 18v and Milwaukee in 12v. When I was first looking at cordless tools, I took a look at Hilti, but a couple of factors made me go with the other red team...

1. I'm a DIY hack, and doubt I use my BRUSHED M18 or LXT drills to their full capability. Probably not even my M12 Fuel.

2. I damn near had an aneurysm when I saw how much a Hilti impact wrench was.

3. Hilti has a very small presence in Portlandia, just a small storefront in inner SE.

4. Milwaukee has a much broader selection of tools that I'm interested. 

 

But that doesn't mean that when I roll up on a jobsite to stake something I'm not oohing and ahhing if a guy has Hilti tools.

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