Hitachi 18V Lithium Ion Tools!

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6 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    You will have to tell Nick that the Makita Rep based out of Minneapolis would welcome the opportunity to go “chuck-to-chuck” for pinks or maybe you could ask him if he would like to just settle things in the Fargo Holiday Inn Bar.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Forget Hitachi and Makita – they are just providing the market with toys – try DEWALT’s superior 36v range!

  3. Brian Mark says:

    Personally, I find the DeWALT to be overkill for almost everything and very cumbersome, just due to the size and weight. These 18V toys are selling better for us and handle the jobs that our contractor customers do just fine.

    I guess if you’re drilling concrete all day, that’s a different story. But for traditional uses for cordless, these toys are much better to play with IMO.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Simmer down, Makita LXT is best in class and has proven it time & time again. If you are not a believer, just put a 3″ self feed bit into a Bosch, Hitachi, Dewalt, Ridgid, Milwaukee, and Makita. Then go out to a jobsite with a work bench and some 2 by 4’s and see who is still working when the others have literally caught on fire. 18volt is all you need. The other guys are “heavy” NOT “HEAVY DUTY”!

  5. Brian Mark says:

    Best in class is a bold statement. All the manufacturers make nice tools, and I haven’t seen any reports of tools catching fire. We’ve had zero problems from the Lithium tools we’ve sold, regardless of brand.

  6. Sergi Balaguer says:

    All your reasons are OK, but the real decision when you want to buy a tool, is not the appareance, or weight, the real story is…
    Why you buy a cordless and not corded?
    You need power and performance.
    Dewalt, probably is the only brand who give’s you that.
    just we only need to wait to see the next generations.