Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 07:15 AM.
Last edited by iddee; 11-24-2008 at 05:12 AM.
We have both the Craftsman 18v and the 19.2v battery powered tools. It seems like the 18 v batteries last a lot longer in life-years longer to be exact.
Both are craftsman tools-saws, sawzall, lights, drills-they were purchased in kits with carrying cases.
The saws are mighty handy when removing boards in a cutout situation, nice to be able to use when no A.C is available.
I do not have any experience with all the name brands or higher quality tools, but the craftsman is just fine for the occasional need.
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Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 08:25 PM.
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Last edited by Bizzybee; 11-23-2008 at 08:26 PM.
Last edited by iddee; 11-24-2008 at 05:13 AM.
Your reply about replacement batteries... is that what you were discussing in another thread?
With the DeWalt & Makita, you can still buy the old batteries. Some of the other brands may not support their product a few years down the road.
The batteries last longer if you use them, compared to letting them sit around the garage.
Lowes has smokin deals right now thru 12/1. On the first page the B&D set I bought. List price Lowes $159.00 on sale for $60.00 24 volt set. Mine is 18 volt. They even have the better name brands marked way down.
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