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    Which cordless tool ecosystem?

    Looking to invest in cordless tools, and would like to buy the same make to share batteries etc. What make would the panel recommend for domestic use?
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    https://uk.ryobitools.eu/
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      #3
      Looks good - what do they have over other better known names?
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        #4
        Originally posted by v8gaz View Post
        Looks good - what do they have over other better known names?
        Pros buy them...?

        Mine are largely Bosch , which are fairly solid. The other pro kit is Makita.
        Blog? What blog...?

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          Isn't De Walt the go-to manufacturer? Or are they no longer fashionable?


          DeWalt 18V XR 10 Piece Kit with 4 x 5.0Ah Batteries | Toolden
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            #6
            Originally posted by Lance View Post
            Isn't De Walt the go-to manufacturer? Or are they no longer fashionable?


            DeWalt 18V XR 10 Piece Kit with 4 x 5.0Ah Batteries | Toolden
            Ah yes... Quite forgot them....

            Not sure we're helping V8 though
            Blog? What blog...?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Lance View Post
              Isn't De Walt the go-to manufacturer? Or are they no longer fashionable?


              DeWalt 18V XR 10 Piece Kit with 4 x 5.0Ah Batteries | Toolden
              I'm waiting for the post.... "Can i buy this 10 piece De-walt kit through my Ltd company and expense it. I need it to build my new desk (also expensed) and that is wholly and exclusively for company use since my employer, er, sorry, client, says I can work from home".

              I've started building up my collection of Bosch 18v kit - not the best there is, but a decent brand and not too pricey for the home diy'er.
              Last edited by Paralytic; 7 April 2021, 17:10.

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                #8
                Originally posted by malvolio View Post

                Not sure we're helping V8 though
                No. No you're not.
                Last edited by v8gaz; 8 April 2021, 04:57. Reason: add a smiley so I don't look like such a git.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by v8gaz View Post

                  No. No you're not.
                  Thought not.

                  Bosch for good and cheap, Makita for better and more expensive, De Walt for professional kit.

                  Bosch probably have the widest range incidentally.
                  Blog? What blog...?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by v8gaz View Post
                    Looks good - what do they have over other better known names?
                    Probably not much - them, Makita, De Walt provide a similar offering. You're better asking on a tools site rather than asking a bunch of Destroy-It-Yourselfers.
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