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Old 01-12-2020, 04:04 PM
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I run Ryobi. It was the first line of tools where you didn't have to buy a kit for each tool you wanted. The drill and impact driver are good. The older skill saw and grinder are not good. The 2.0Ah battery is garbage. The 4.0Ah battery is good. They have a wide range of tools. A lot I own, many I do not. Its a good value for the home-owner and not bad for a contractor. I do exterior renovations and have been using them for close to 20 years. I'm too invested in them to switch. But if they are coming out with brushless then I don't feel bad. Also they still use the exact same battery shape as the beginning, so you can buy old tools and still use them with the new battery technology.
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