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    Default makita screwdriver visseuse Strong

    may makita

    screwdriver Strong

    makita screwdriver visseuse Strong - YouTube

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    Yep, they all do that, nothing special, show us something we don't expect to see.

    SB
    Power corrupts, absolute power means we can run a hell of alot of power tools

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    Perhaps it is a slow day for me, however, what was/is the point of this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbunny View Post
    Yep, they all do that, nothing special, show us something we don't expect to see.

    SB
    Quote Originally Posted by cava View Post
    Perhaps it is a slow day for me, however, what was/is the point of this thread?
    Thank you very much

    I'm new to this forum and I want to share with you

    The firm will be the next best

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    Hello Belarbi, I assume English is not your native language but I guess that being from Algeria you would be more comfortable expressing yourself in French or Arabic. In order for the mainly English speakers on this forum to understand your postings I would suggest perhaps you could compose your messages in French or Arabic and use the google translator to create an English version to post here.

    Google Translate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzie View Post
    Hello Belarbi, I assume English is not your native language but I guess that being from Algeria you would be more comfortable expressing yourself in French or Arabic. In order for the mainly English speakers on this forum to understand your postings I would suggest perhaps you could compose your messages in French or Arabic and use the google translator to create an English version to post here.

    Google Translate
    Thank you .... Yes I am an Algerian Speak Arabic is the main language And a few French

    'll Use Google for translation

    I am pleased with your words

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    ??????????

    yea I also don't see the point of this post.

    Also the lighting could be better because I cant actually see the settings on the drill when you point it toward the camera to show us.

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    If you do not like video

    I ask the administration

    To delete this topic

    Yes Light a few in this video

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    it's not that I don't like the video I just can't see the point your trying to make.
    Most good quality drills do exactly the same that your MAKITA does.
    In fact I'd even say that my 18 volt Protool is more versatile because it has a removable chuck,a hammer function and higher speed but I'm glad your happy with your MAKITA.

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    Red face Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by wood duck 2 View Post
    it's not that I don't like the video I just can't see the point your trying to make.
    Most good quality drills do exactly the same that your MAKITA does.
    In fact I'd even say that my 18 volt Protool is more versatile because it has a removable chuck,a hammer function and higher speed but I'm glad your happy with your MAKITA.
    I'm happy your words very impressive

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    Belarbi, I hope you will show us some of your woodwork, that's what we want to see, what have you made with your drill or other tools. I bet in Algeria, there is many nice designes and different styles of furniture that we don't see here that would be of greater interest, and welcome to the forum. Hope you post some pictures of your work.

    SB
    Power corrupts, absolute power means we can run a hell of alot of power tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbunny View Post
    Belarbi, I hope you will show us some of your woodwork, that's what we want to see, what have you made with your drill or other tools. I bet in Algeria, there is many nice designes and different styles of furniture that we don't see here that would be of greater interest, and welcome to the forum. Hope you post some pictures of your work.

    SB
    I will do so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbunny View Post
    Belarbi, I hope you will show us some of your woodwork, that's what we want to see, what have you made with your drill or other tools. I bet in Algeria, there is many nice designes and different styles of furniture that we don't see here that would be of greater interest, and welcome to the forum. Hope you post some pictures of your work.

    SB
    This last thing she created room door

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    The rest of the designs will be on special topics

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    Thumbs up

    Glad you are happy with your Makita Belarbi. They are a good drill.

    I like the work you have shown here. Good pieces well made!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by artme View Post
    Glad you are happy with your Makita Belarbi. They are a good drill.

    I like the work you have shown here. Good pieces well made!!!
    thank you

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