I had a set of VERY old, very heavy, self-powered speakers (John Bower Active Ones) in my garage that I listen to as I do my glasswork . The speakers were sitting on part of my workspace and took up a lot of room. I decided to "convert" them to bookshelf speakers, and build a set of shelves to suspend them up off my bench. Now, these are VERY heavy guys, and I needed to over-do the shelves I was making. I lagged 2x4's to the corner wall at each end of my bench, and then set a piece of triangular MDF on the 2x4's to create the shelf. I used heavy duty, three-inch bolt-headed screws. I was astonished at the ease with which the B&D 20V drill handled the job! Being able to snap the drill head on, pre-drill the hole, then snap the driver head on and drive in the heavy screws, was too cool for school! SO easy! I am getting my second drill ... mostly for the battery (like the other gentleman listed in these reviews) ... although I worked 5 hours with the one battery and didn't have a problem. I have used the circular saw attachment and it works great, too! I am now anxious to try ALL the attachments!
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