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Drives collated screws up to 75mm. Ideal for dry lining and decking applications. Supplied with carry case. Body only version available.

Drives collated screws up to 75mm. Ideal for dry lining and decking applications. Supplied with carry case. Body only version available.
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Customer Reviews for Makita BFR750RFE 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Auto-Feed Screwdriver
Review 1 for Makita BFR750RFE 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Auto-Feed Screwdriver
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Would you recommend this product? No
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makita bfr750
8 Aug 2012
By jfitz
, london
"It is a great screwdriver but it struggled with coarse 75mm screws, the jammed a lot and were
getting stuck and were very difficult to remove,in the end a part of the gun got broken and I still await this part. These new guns are not as robust as the were a few years ago, much more plastic and less metal. when it works well it is great but when it jams ,have a mechanic on standby..
"
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Makita BFR750RFE 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Auto-Feed Screwdriver
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Badly designed
21 Oct 2012
By stratt
, stoke
"I have owned four of these over five years totally given in with them now the mains version of it runs at half the speed to the plasterboard version where this runs at the same speed as a plasterboard version and not got the power to drive the screws in fully they constantly jam and and the end brakes on them and it's cheaper to get a new one than have it repaired I have attempted on many occasions to order replacement parts but after three years they still haven't arrived .the plasterboard version is excellent"
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