Gaining insurance with cordless drill
WHEN a cordless drill runs out of power, Murphys Law dictates it will happen at a critical moment.
To extend drill operating time, Makitas new 6096DWB-EX Ni-MH cordless drill uses a Nickel metal hydride battery, which is claimed to also offer greater torque and a one hour charging time.
To improve balance and provide a comfortable grip, the drill is in a T-shape configuration, while its short body is designed to allow access to awkward locations. A 1cm keyless
driven by a two-speed
speed gearbox and a