Makita Drill and Impact Combo Review ~ Podcast Episode 21

Published on December 4, 2014 under Podcast

Hey everyone! Today is Thursday, so it is tool review day. Today I have the most used tool in my box. The Makita impact driver, and drill combo CT200RW. I have owned 4 of the impacts, and 2 drills. So I am a big fan of this tool. The price point is from $179-$199.

One quick thing, I did a little “fixing” of the audio in this show. Let me know what you guys think. Shout out to Jason from Engineering Explained for recommending it.

Today we look at:Makita Drill and Driver Combo Review

  • Makita drill
    2 speed
    Adjustable Torque
    Keyless Chuck
  • Makita Impact Driver
    1/4 quick lock
    Great Power
    Great Speed
    118ftlb torque
  • The Charger
    Its a battery charger that plays a little tune ūüėČ

If you are having trouble viewing, watch it on YouTube Makita Drill and Impact Combo Review ~ Podcast Episode 20

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  1. Pat ~ The Muscle Car Guy

    What no Amazon link? I have to find it myself?

    Seriously though, the Makita cordless drill I had was great, until the batteries finally died. Cost more to replace them than to get a new drill.

    My most used tool is probably my cordless drill, or maybe a hammer, but that wouldn’t make a very exciting review.

  2. Eric Nako

    I can honestly say I’ve never seen a more loved (worn) tool than that impact driver!!! That’s awesome!

    I also have the same Makita drill/driver set and I absolutely love it. I got a set for my Dad for Christmas last year to replace his old NiCad(old!!!) set that he was still hanging on to. He hasn’t looked back.

    Thanks for sharing,

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