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Old 06-20-2005, 08:56 PM   #1
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my drill broke so.. which one should i get

should i get the rotozip rebel or the rotozip solaris? does anybody have these? which ones better?
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or is there something else anybody would reccommend? okay lol guess nobody has a rotozip

so.. are rotozips bad? or is there something like godlike in drills?
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Old 06-21-2005, 01:20 AM   #3
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Do you want a plain old drill, or a drill-saw? What size holes and what material/thickness?

I've been very happy with my cordless DeWalt drill/driver - very powerful, long lasting battery recharges in 15 min.
http://www.dewalt.com/us/products/to...?productID=190

I don't have a rotozip. I'd like to get one, but I've heard that it takes some practice to use properly.
I've read that Rotozip has been bought by Bosch Tool, and that they've come out with several new models. http://www.rotozip.com/
You may be able to get the older Rotozip models cheap, but I would check with Bosch that you can still buy parts.
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... it doesnt really say the difference but so its confusing
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You can download the manuals for them on the site..
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okay cool
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ive decided not go get the rotozip now.. i was thinking i could use it for cutting and screwing stuff. but now that i look at it.. 30000 rpms is enough to strip a good screw in a couple secs.

what are some good things to look for in a drill?
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TORQUE! lol
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oh i need a new drill to build my stand. but i want a good one so it'll last longer etc.

it turns out that if ebay stays good ill be able to get both the rotozip and the dewalt
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