Brushless Versus Brushed Drill Show-Down




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Jojo Aquitania: i can't hear your voice without earphones

Malcolm James: Good video but different drills perform different ,I agree with the comment below

Stephen Fiore: Rigid brand tools from Home Depot have lifetime warranty on parts andbatteries.

Blaine De yager: I subscribed and liked your video

One Advanced: I like the first part of the video and explanation of how each motor works and especially showing the inside because I would be hesitant to take my drill apart. But the second part with the test I don' think is reasonable because you are comparing different brands. I would compare Makita with brushed and brushless and Milwauke brushed and brushless then Dvault brushed and brushless.

Young Suk: excellent video <3

JohnnyBDyer: I use both brushed and brushless drill/drivers everyday for a living and the brushless tools for perform better but do NOT last as long as the brushed tools, just my observation, I think the electronics are too complicated in the newer brushless tools.

SC Rider: Good job. 43% more run time. Question is the additional cost of brush less worth the extra run time if you are a DIY or homeowner? Prob not, is a guess. Tradesman? You likely want the best, I get it.

blackarmoredfox: Well there's a bit of variability in the testing, was it the same drill bit used for all the tests or were there multiple bits? Was the feed pressure differed from how hard you pressed it in? It's a nice way to test and a very unbiased test but there's some holes.

Viper Strike: Maybe the run time and maybe a little more motor life but brushed motors always have more low end torque

oNe_ BiLiOn_LiKe: How long did not watch a video about Milwaukee vs Makita, Milwaukee always looks flawed.
Take the top from the middle from the Milwaukee vs Makita and even in this case, Makita minimally inferior to the red stuff.
Do not disgrace. Makita cooler. Makita for direct hands. Greetings from Russia.

mwilliamshs: why so quiet???

mandrodify: man. you could give Neil degrass Tyson and Morgan Freeman a run for their money. excellent explanation. calm and informative.

Aquatic Logic: Great editing and production on this video! Thanks

New Account: use the same bit? or each drill have its own new bit?

John Spain: not loud enough

enzlom: kevin pollak

Victor Carayorgopol: Excellent.Thank you!

Vytenis Gadliauskas: Please check your audio. L and R channels are anti-phase.

Edwin Wilkerson: excellent video thank you, new technology always cost more
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