Saturday, June 26, 2010

Black & Decker AS600 Cordless Screwdriver

Black & Decker AS600 Cordless Screwdriver uses six volts alkaline type battery. This cordless screwdriver uses 4 AA batteries which are included in the package.
Black & Decker AS600 : Compact size Cordless Screwdriver
You can do both forward and reverse driving for your work just by push the switch button. Make sure secure and comfortable while working with rubber grips handle. AS600 is compact and small cordless screwdriver.
My friends reported that this Black & Decker AS600 last for 5 years long. It still works very well. This can make you sure that, this small gadget are the great cordless screwdriver for its price.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Why should you use Hitachi DB3DL Cordless Screwdriver

DB3DL comes with high power of 44 in/lbs of torque, compare to it weight this is just Amazing. Easily done your job with user friendly features such as non-slip handle which is two-ways adjustable. Hitachi DB3BL is powered by HXP Li-Ion battery, this make DB3DL 50% less weight and work last 3X longer.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Friday, June 18, 2010

Power Tools - Mixed

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Why didn't I posted about Hitachi DB3DL yesterday.

Hitachi DB3DL

Nothing, Really. I just lazy. But I 've to keep this blog up to date to make se indexed in timely manner.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Cordless Screwdriver - Mixed

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Monday, June 14, 2010

Hitachi DB3DL Battery

The DB3DL owes its light weight to two HXP Lithium-Ion batteries. These 1.5-Ah batteries weigh half of what traditional NiCd or NiMH batteries weigh--in fact, tools featuring HXP batteries are on average one pound lighter than tools using traditional batteries.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Hitachi DS12DVF3

Hitachi DS12DVF3 is a bigger brother of Hitachi DB2DL. If you want a higher performance you should select this one.

* Compact size and lightweight design (3.3lbs) reduces end user fatigue and fits easily into tight spaces
* Class leading 230 in/lbs of torque to power through the toughest jobs
* 3/8" keyless chuck allows for quick and easy bit changes
* Two speed transmission controlled by a one-touch speed knob, allows a choice between 0-350 or 0-1,050 RPM
* Convenient belt hook with integrated bit holder saves time and adds convenience
* 22-stage clutch for high torque and/or precision driving
* 1.4Ah batteries allow for longer run time and fewer battery changes
* Soft, non-slip elastomer grip for increased comfort and safety

Superior Power-to-Weight Ratio

21-stage clutch offers easy adjustments for high-torque and precision driving. With a compact design and superior power-to-weight ratio, the Hitachi DB3DL 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Screwdriver is ideal for electricians, installers, and woodworkers. Perfect for a variety of fastening applications, this screwdriver converts easily from straight grip to pistol grip, making it great for tough-to-reach places. This screwdriver is backed by a 10-year warranty and features lithium-ion batteries that boast three times the runtime of traditional batteries, yet weigh 50 percent less.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Hitachi DB3DL Price

If you figure in the price of rechargeable batteries, it isn't quite so cheap, but still much cheaper. The Hitachi, however, is lithium-ion and has a 200 rpm speed for torquey driving and 600rpm that allows for drilling of pilot holes (up to about 3/8" if you push it), and two grip configurations. For the price please click here Hitachi DB3DL Price

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Hitachi DB3DL is my favorite cordless screwdriver

The Hitachi DB3DL 3.6 Volt Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver has been my favorite cordless screwdriver since I discovered it approximately 3 years ago. I have used the similar product by Panasonic for years before, however when my Panasonic quit working I decided to try the Hitachi as it comes in lighter in weight, torque settings are easier to see and use, the battery life is approximately 16 hours of constant use, off and on use it lasts for a full 5 day work week.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

DB3DL (Hitachi) is really awesome

I bought this hitachi db3dl for my hobby (rc car racing, w/ integy quickpit tips) and it's like having a NASCAR pit crew with this machine.

I bought it for light- to medium-duty jobs, and it's met my needs well so far. I like the 2-position handle, the 2 batteries, the speedy recharge, and the work-light.

OOOO Baby!!!!!! Hitachi Db3DL 3.6V WOW The very Best !!!! Wow is all i can say about this little tool it has so many features packed into a small unit. From the 21 stage clutch to the led light, hi-lo speed, flex handle, quick release,...

Hitachi DB3DL is a Great little tool! Well built, comfy, light, powerful

Hitachi DB3DL is imilar to the panasonic/milwaukee 3.6v driver but better. It is a little bigger but not much, grips better due to the nice rubber nubs in the grip, has an LED that can be turned on or off, and a nice size forward and reverse thumb switch. It has a quick release chuck that holds the bit unlike the others I mentioned, so your bits don't fall out. I own the milwaukee also, so I know of which I speak. Full range clutch that can even do light drilling. Comes with a nice charger and TWO batteries. Again, beats the others in overall value and features. Well built and ergonomically excellent. Also comes with a nice little case, again the others don't. Great deal on a great tool. You'll find yourself using this on every project that requires screws, nut drivers or small drill bits.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

DB3DL comes with Great compromise of weight, power, and versatility.

I wanted a smaller power driver than my 7.2 volt Dewalt, which is too heavy and bulky to just stash in a tool belt. My choice was between the Hitachi DB3DL and the Bosch PS20-2 Litheon 10.8 Volt Lithium Ion Pocket Driver With 2 Batteries. Both are excellent, so which should you choose? Ideally, you should handle both. Weight: The Bosch is about twice as heavy. I hardly notice the Hitachi in a pocket or tool belt. Power: The Hitachi is a light-mid duty tool. It's surprisingly powerful, but the extra voltage in the Bosch enables it to rival larger drill-drivers in all but the most demanding situations. Versatility: I like the hinged configuration of the Hitachi, enabling you to use it in a straight or pistol-grip configuration. The Bosch is pistol-grip only. Convenience: The Bosch has a separate reversing switch like the ones found on nearly all power drills. (I frequently curse these switches since I frequently press them by accident and forget to press them when I should.) I prefer the rocker switch on the Hitachi, which is very intuitive and lets me reverse in a single operation. When doing electrical work, it's nice to be able to reverse simply by moving my finger on the trigger. The Bosch will likely appeal to you if you're looking for something like a conventional drill-driver in a smaller, lighter package without sacrificing too much power. I own 3 Bosch routers and 2 sanders, so I can honestly say that I love Bosch tools. The quality is great. So why didn't I buy the Bosch PS20-2? I chose the Hitachi because of it's very light weight, comfort, and convenience. Since my purchase, I've picked up the Bosch a few times to see if I made the right choice. Every time, my answer is "Yes." Unless you really need the 10.8 volt torque, you'll should be very happy with the Hitachi. The only improvement I'd like is a clip for a bit or two, but that would probabably make the tool fatter. In this case, slim is better.