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Autofeed Screwdriver 110V

Autofeed Screwdriver 110V
Average Customer Rating:
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Makita 6843 110V Auto-Feed Screwdriver
Review 1 for Makita 6843 110V Auto-Feed Screwdriver
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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very happy with purchase
7 Feb 2010
By
, ayrshire
"enjoying using this product and hope to make use of it for many years to come"
Review 2 for Makita 6843 110V Auto-Feed Screwdriver
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Does the job!
26 May 2009
By
, Isle of Man
"Nice little piece of kit, ideal if your using on a regular basis. Delivery was good, (for the Isle of Man) 4 day's from order. Features are good, 25mm upto 55mm and it's easy to move to the required screw length. It's lightweight and easy to use left or right handed. I liked the anglead head, means I can get tight into the corner and close to the floor if needed. I also like the marks/lines on the head as it's easier to line up on pre marked lines when needed. Depth control is easy to use, (if your not used to the kit try fixing an off cut to see how you get on. Good all rounder and although I am fixing alot of plasterboard at the min it can perform just as well on flooring if required. Just check your screws first, (flooring screws are usually pozidrive No2 and plasterboard/drywall screws are Philips No2). You can get the bits here on screwfix for pozi but I haven't found the philips bits yet???? Come on screw fix !!!"
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.