Vytenis Gadliauskas: Please check your audio. L and R channels are anti-phase.
Edwin Wilkerson: excellent video thank you, new technology always cost more
metallitech: Brushless is an amazing step forward tho.
Nikhil Karnani: thanks for the vedio is was very useful
Tomas Av.: brushless is cheaper to make and sells for a lot of more $$$$ so this is only good for companies. Brushed are much more robust. brushless looks like kid's toy :) and i'll bet brushed will have much longer lifetime. Yes brushless will waste less energy, but where is rove that brushless will last longer? it's only marketing.
StephaneGrappelli: WOW! Thanks for sharing!!
bluekeet: very informative, thank you sir.
Tino Detres: The revolving part of the motor is called an armature.
oobaka1967: One thing puzzles me. The brushed drills were both lithium ion which shouldn't slow down with low power. Every li-ion battery / drill I've used would just stop.
Hamza Halal: I just bought dewalt brush drills dcd771 and dcf885 they spark and smell like burning, I'm not rich and all I could afford was $200 did I get screwd should I return them and save more money for something better I'm hoping this drill and impact driver will last me for a long time will they? any suggestions
PÅŲŁ ĽĄWŔĔŅĆĘ ŘŐWĒ: tape flapping maggot ... use chalk!
Home Innovations 101: This is the best video I have seen that approaches the subject of brushless vs. brush motors in drills. Thank you for clearing up the confusion and making it VERY clear which drills are superior.
Colin CK: Not very scientific! The drills tested should be of the same brand with consistent material to be drilled.
TheRipper999: Hmm. 1. Were the drill batteries new? Not sure if usage would wear down the charge. 2. Comparing across brands may not be the best comparison. 3. Regardless of those points the numbers do show the brushless drill is superior. Wonder how durable and how long the drill will last though.
SquirrelFromGradLife: except the batteries are never 3 amph even brand new..
fethulgulub: nice video
shellz150: Milwaukee was on mode 1
Albert Tremblay: great video. My main concern with brushless motors is durability. Not how long they last so much as how difficult it would be to repair them. thanks take care
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