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Old 02-02-2009, 11:35 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i think i'll mainly be looking at makita or netabo, although i've recently bought a bosch jigsaw that looks pretty decent, (although that remains to be proven in practive, though bosch has a decent reputation)...but bosch had so many choises in these drills it was a bit difficuly to know what to choose
i think makita is the most expensive of the two so metabo might be the "buget" choise of the two.

my main reason for asking about the torque is that there's some really sweet small tools which would be more conveinient than a heavy drill, but if it's to light for the job it's still a waste of money... a bigger tool that doubles as a real drill would be a better investment
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