Can anyone recommend a good collated screw gun I wouldn't be using it all the time so I might go second hand also any idea of the costs of the screws compared to lose?
Cheers me dears
Cheers me dears
Why is the ryobi shite ? Warrior I'm bidding on that one cheers mate
I prefer the Makita cordless, lightweight and a very high rpm. only downside is the heads need really looking after and cleaning regular.
Senco do a cordless one which is a lot more durable but has less rpm so needs a tesosterone fueled teenager behind it especially with the 50mm screws and the battereys dont last as long as the makita but a lot cheaper than the makita model.
Then theres the Hilti... very pricey but a solid bit of kit
All in all its each to their own and pereference
I have had my makita lxt 4 years now an it's cock on , just had to buy a new cassette though:-( 130 dump, here is another dave
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Ive never tried the Ryobi but currierplasterings quote says it all for me, cheers currier....
Very interesting to hear Hilti would hire you one for Â£17 per month, when i was working on the timber framed hotels our makitas took a right old battering with the 50mm screws!!! Makita drill bits arnt cheap either!
I'm sure there will be some clause where you have to buy a minimum amount of their screws per month
What are these like Tony
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Are they gold plated or something?
No catch mate. No deposit, and if it goes wrong, they collect it and send you another to use while they repair yours immediately. The good thing about the Hilti collated attachment is that it will take any make of screws no problem. If you buy one it's guaranteed for 2 yrs at least. I wouldn't give Makita house room. Had one and sent it back as it kept jamming.