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#1 posted 11-26-2018 06:18 PM

I have one of the earliest Makita cordless drills that has the 9.6 V battery. The drill is more than 30 years old , still works and the batteries are still readily available. Even if the batteries are discontinued, there will always be after market sources for older batteries. I would stay away from any cordless tool that has solid state control. Keep it simple.

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