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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-18-2006, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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If you are thinking about getting one you may want to read the links below.


Dual-Drill as seen on TV
https://www.tvgoods.com/carts/dualdr...=dualdrill.com

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My DeWalt doesn't need a chuck key and is every bit as fast to change bits, etc. I'll stick with it.
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I'm like fibertech, I'll stick with both my craftsman an Makita. If you think about the price, you are spending just as much if not more for a "brand" name drill. I have my reservations about it for the moment.
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It's JUNK and a Rip Off besure to review.

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I know this is an older post, but I bought it and it broke the first time I used it. Took it back to Bed Bath and Beyond for a refund. The've gotten lots of them back. "If it's seen on TV, it's probably a piece of junk"!
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