I would think that since there are no power tools the interest would have been pretty low.
There is definitely an extreme brand loyalty group out there. I was scolded a few months back for buying a half dozen Ryobi power drills that I needed to outfit new techs because we are a Milwaukee only house. Still not entirely certain what the advantage of Milwaukee is, not being a tech.
I can't believe I'm that guy, but those snips look super comfortable.
I've never seen an extended length punch tool like that. Maybe I'm just out of the game, but it looks unwieldy. I thought it was a screwdriver.
Use a Milwaukee M18 drill for a week in January outdoors in Chicago vs. a Ryobi and tell me how much you cant tell the difference or why someone would buy Milwaukee
not a big enough fanboy of milwaukee to buy those wire tool those are bs but I also wouldnt goto HILTI to buy a toothbrush lol
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These will look good along with my Milwaukee drill, impact, hammer drill, mini-band saw, hackzall, oscillating saw, vacuum, and my favorite....
My new heated coat I received for Christmas
I tried several different professional brands and Bosch seems the most convenient for low -voltage work
makita would be my second choice, milwaukee and dewalt after that
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Ridgid brand tools.
It's sold only at Home Depot and comes with a lifetime warranty, even on the batteries, and even when used commercially! I had a 3 year old drill that the battery wouldn't hold a charge. Walked into home depot with the dirty old battery, company name engraved on it and all, walked out with a brand new battery. My dad had a 5 year old table saw that the motor burned out on. Straight exchanged it for a new one in store!
What's interesting, is it's made by Millwaukee, yet is sold cheaper and has a better warranty then their own line of tools.
Now, granted, a Millwaukee will still drive a screw in much faster then a Ridgid, and will knock out a 2" hole in a panel twice as fast, but for most tasks you come across in the low voltage industry I would recommend Ridgid all day long.