Stärkster Akkuschrauber der Welt? EXTREM TEST FINALE | TEIL 3
Hello everyone and welcome back to our cordless drill showdown. You already saw two parts. You posted a lot of comments on the other videos. So we are going to talk about it. Some people think we did something wrong or that we get paid for these videos. But we want to give you more details on our tests. And to answer some comments. Again with Max the boss of the workshop here. Before we start we take a look at the results and the winners. All tested machines can be seen in the Best cordless drill reviews. Don’t worry I went to China and look different now. Today we add some missing pieces to part 3. Part 2 was successful and we had a lot of comments. What did you read in the comments ? Someone said that even fathers and sons could benefit seeing that video. Something for future generations. One of the best comments. Some people said that they bought the perfect machine. And the video strengthened their opinion. Makita is a good example here with it’s price-performance. But a lot of people only think of Makita and have a selective perception. If you are a Makita fan and the drill did well. You will think it is the best. Some people were disappointed by the power of the Bosch drill. And some with the performance of the Hilti. You asked why we didn’t use the SF10 the strongest Hilti. It was not available for us. We don’t say it’s a bad drill only that the power could be better. But it’s your decision. Other comments ? Someone wanted to know which adapter we used for the wood screw. That is not a machine screw. That’s right, it’s a normal wood screw But we said machine screw. It is a normal wood thread. Who had the idea for the name ? I think it was me. And I just copied that. That is the adapter. He survived everything. Link below. Bosch uses a kick back control and we didn’t think about it. The drill could have been better. You cannot cancel the control but you can adjust it. With the connectivity function. Just use the Bosch toolbox app. When I tested the 85C I used the app. Just watch that video again. You asked what happened to the battery packs. Are they damaged or something ? Is the capacity lower now ? I didn’t feel a change in performance. And we didn’t use it for 8 hours straight. We didn’t recharge them that often before we used them. But everything seems fine. And we had high temperatures outdoors in some tests. Everything was working fine. And no loss in power. I just wanted to say that we don’t have a price-performance winner. Simple reason, it’s not all about the power. What we did here is not practical. Most power wins. Besides Parkside I could work with every machine. But I would use smaller drills for example a 12V. A big drill becomes heavy over time when drilling lots of 5*60 over head. If you see this video in some years it’s not useful when I say the current prices now. But you can check the Amazon links below. Now we can start talking about the machines. The Hitachi 36V did well ? Yes first on the scoreboard. You started loving the drill. Yes, to be honest. You never heard of the now named Hikoki drills? I didn’t knew they existed. I only knew the other drills. Was that drill always first ? No, but it was a close battle with DeWalt. The Makita cordless drill was on third place. The DeWalt on second place but kinda noisy. Someone said we should not care about noise. If it’s ok for you everything is fine. Drilling the whole day with that machine.. You won’t like it especially having it close to your head. Great drill but we had one total loss. We had to send it back to repair it. Costs about 90€. Half the price of a new one. And the second machine we had to send back the Makita. With a new one we were able to finish testing. Makita doesn’t have that many choices for battery packs. Only a 6Ah but it’s expensive. Or a 5Ah which we used. You guys said that the battery packs are working fine. And you said the handgrip fits good on the drill. The Milwaukee handgrip wasn’t that good it broke apart. On the new model a much better build quality. That won’t brake again I think. And it looks way better. Fourth place for the Metabo. Good performance and nothing bad to talk about. For new viewers you can watch the longer video. To get more details on that machine. Want to see more tests watch our playlist. What I like about the Metabo is the expandability and the drill chuck. I like the Metabo the performance is on the same level as the Bosch and Makita drill. Even if they have differences in points they are doing a great job. Amazing drills. On sixth place we’ve the Hilti. Build quality and it’s handling is well made but there is a problem with the drill chuck. On Instagram I asked you if you have the same problem. Some said that they have problem with it as well. The most powerful Hilti is the SF10. Many commented that. But our version had 22V compared to 18V on all other machines. With the battery pack technology they could perform better. But maybe the Hilti is better if you want to use it for a long period of time. This is the Powershootout and it’s not about the long term use. People say that with Hilti you have a special customer service. But for that price you could buy two new Makitas. Always one for backup. We talk about what the cordless drill does and not what the company does for their customers. Now we come to the Bosch GSR 18V 85C with a 7Ah ProCORE battery pack on rank 7. Now they have new battery packs with 21x 700cells single-row and 4Ah . Or double-row 8Ah or even one with 12Ah That’s more power and we will show you those next spring. The Bosch GSR 18V 85C is their strongest 18V drill but not as good as the others here. For normal use it’s all you need. If you want something stronger use a different machine. On rank 8 we have the normal Hitachi. Kinda old school with it’s brush motor. You cannot even buy it anymore. Atleast he performed better than the Parkside What I didn’t expect, Hitachi and Hilti have brush motors Every other machine uses a brushless motor. The Hilti has no brushless motor. The Hitachi doesn’t look and feel good. Yes a bad weight balance. Too much to the front. We had the Parkside as last place. To have no further discussion we just wanted to test a cordless drill which costs about 20€. Just to know what it’s capable of. Someone said that the test perfectly shows how good cordless drills became. Mostly they have enough power that you don’t need a wired drill. That’s true. Wired drills have another transmission in gear one. That’s why it was so fast with the forstner drills. The wired drill had double the rpm. But when high torque was needed it wasn’t any better. We did something special with the wood screws. The 20*200 size. You said that you normally use an impact driver for those screws. And that’s what we did. We used Hazet, Bosch and Milwaukee. Now you can see what’s happening. They are extremly loud. But they did a great job. It takes a lot of time. And as a user it is easy to handle. You only have to put the driver on the bit and press the button. Normally you use them for machine screws which have an empty space on top They get harder to screw at the bottom. And the distance is short where you need power. With the wood it was a bit different. You have a long distance where you need power. But we just wanted to show you that. Similiar to a hammer drill you don’t need to push the impact drill. Yes that’s right. You don’t need your whole body to put weight on the drill. You can work so easy knowing that. Many asked where the Festool cordless drill is. The Festool as well as the Bosch 60C were close making the 2*400 screws but they would not be good enough for the next big test. And the Fein was missing. We tested the drill it wasn’t that bad but we had to do some tests again and we already sent the drill to it’s new owner. But it would have been in the mid range. What did you think about the Fein ? Same level as Bosch, Makita and Metabo. It had it’s flow. But he wouldn’t have won. No And someone said we are doing everything wrong and that we need special equipment for the test. But we used the forstner drill with a threaded tip.This drill is the best cordless power drill pulling itself into the wood. You can push but that makes no sense. It’s like pushing the drill on a wood screw. It doesn’t drill in faster. We are always happy reading constructive criticism because we don’t know everything. We are just a carpenter and a YouTuber. If you have ideas just comment them. And asking is often better than just saying wrong things. Now you known everything you needed. We talked about everything we had to say. What is your conclusion for the test ? Comment your thoughts down below. We love reading those. Thank you for watching and see you next time.