"I bought this for plaster boarding as my Dewalt NiCad batteries are dying, and the unit is heavy.
It feels good, it's very light and powerful for such a small battery and it goes on and on!
I've now been using it for about 4 months and it's my go-to drill/driver. At first the batteries lasted all day. Now I'm getting about half a day screwing plasterboard onto studs, non- stop. The battery recharge time is about half an hour. (I'm currently fitting a 110 M2 ceiling).
I have used it for screwing big 100mm screws into wood. It does struggle a bit towards the end and it cuts out when it's had enough, but it's 10.8 volts - I'm not surprised! So I finish off with a more powerful driver.
Last night I packed it away in it's case then cleared up the rest of my tools. I picked up the case and it was so light that I put it down again and went looking for the drill. Eventually I opened the case and realised the drill was inside! (Senior moment..)
I've dropped it off scaffolding, abused it by pushing it way beyond it's capabilities, and it still keeps on going.
"Bought it in the summer of 2012 for £74.99. It proved to be a reliable & powerful little drill. I put over 1200 deck screws in the first few days of use - very happy with it overall.However, there are some problems - batteries overheating under load, (see Ebauer multitool reviews). Specification suggests 20mm drilling capacity into wood. Well, my batteries overheated and run flat within minutes, doing just 1.5 holes, that's 2 x 1.3ah fully charged batteries - so 16 hole (16mm bit x 100mm depth) into oak timber took hours - as batteries wouldn't charge being too hot. P.S. drill itself has enough power to do a job but let down by cheap battery packs., still great drill for moderate use!!"