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Old 03-05-2009, 05:19 PM   #1
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Dewalt nano li-on? Yea or nay?


Thinking of going the Dewalt hammerdrill route (as in my other thread, figured this might get noticed more)

What are people's experiences with Dewalts nano li-on tools/batteries? First hand experience good or bad, or even what you've heard from fellow workers etc.

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Dewalt nano li-on? Yea or nay?


We have an 18v drill/hammer and a 1/4" impact. I am very impressed with them and they are supposed to be interchangeable with the old batteries. They are lighter and they run hard until the battery dies. The first time the battery died on me I thought it broke, it was running like it had fresh batteries and then it just stopped. I don't usually like dewalts, but these pair have been pretty good. The hammer drill combo is ok as a hammer drill, I wouldn't use it for much more then tapcons.

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