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  1. Goody
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    Goody Solar Guru

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    London
    Is Erbauer Drill & Bit Set any good? Bosch, Dewalt are all a bit expensive.

    Cheers!
     
  2. supasparxs
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    supasparxs Electrician's Arms

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    Leigh, Lancashire
    No
    I got one of those drills 5 years ago for a camera job in London
    (it was cheaper to buy an Erbauer then go to manchester to get my dewalt)
    the drill did do the job however it's crap and didn't last.
    save your money and buy quality otherwise you'll have to buy twice
     
  3. Goody
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    Goody Solar Guru

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    Are you talking about drill or drill bits here? thanks
     
  4. supasparxs
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    supasparxs Electrician's Arms

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    Leigh, Lancashire
    I'm talking about the drill.

    drill bits vary on what your drilling into
    I have flattened new Hilti 6mm SDS bits because I've hit steel in a reinforced ceiling
     
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2012
  5. rick
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    rick Electrician's Arms

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    Bedfordshire
    No, they are not good, and no spares available.

    Blue Bosch, Makita, DeWalt, and my current favourite Metabo are much better - they do cost more but these quality tools are worth the extra.
     
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