Testing Cheap VS Expensive Drills On AMAZON

Testing Cheap VS Expensive Drills On AMAZON

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Comments

موسى امسيس says:

Compare it with craftsman

Paul Andrulis says:

Second comment after watching the whole video. Zip your pants, your bias is showing. Ryobi takes on drill that wasted a comparable DeWalt, then loses. “Unsatisfied,” you said. Ryobi has never used plastic gears, what are you smoking? At this point, you obviously don’t know your rear from a hole in the ground.

c armentrout says:

“An extra inch goes a long way when working in tight spaces”, nice

Tom Jones says:

@8:30 for stress test.

duubow says:

Absolutely loved this video & I have no idea why. Only thing you could have done better was to put the Ryobi out of its misery by using the Milwaukee to drill a hole into the loser at the end. I kinda felt like I was watch one of those old Asian monster movies where Godzilla battles Gamera or something. Oh and I can see that the tight spaces extra inch comment wasn’t missed her either…. lol loved this..

Alexander Carrillo says:

No se usa una herramienta para tenerla frenada

Brian R says:

Normally like your videos, but this is frankly idiotic.

Carlos Dias says:

Comparação estúpida

neroonela says:

Ilike how he hits the ryobi any time he gets a chanse lol

Inkling Boy says:

good battery but doesn’t have hammer :/

Carlos Ortiz says:

Video mas pendejo igual al hijo de puta no habla nada coherente

Michael Chambers says:

Well they are owned by the same company, so understandably one is a higher quality… love my ryobi drills

Porque Because says:

Hilti too

Porque Because says:

How about rigid vs Milwaukee

jonronmic says:

I knew the result of the test before I saw the video, a Milwaukee fan boy would never publish a test where Milwaukee loses

Kevin Nguyen says:

People are missing the point. This is a torture test to test the durability, reliability, and resilience of the products. Any of these drills are going to get the job done, but to weed out the weak? This was by no means a biased test or product placement for Milwaukee. Milwaukee is by far the most superior manufacturer of these power tools.

Paul Andrulis says:

Tons of contractors use Ryobi. Milwaukee has to be some of the worst price/value cordless tools on the market. Cost wise, they make Dewalt look tame on batteries and chargers. As far as quality? DeWalt claims “Built in the USA using Global Parts and materials” (illegal for them to use “Made in the USA”), and Milwaukee doesn’t even make the claim. Yes, Ryobi is made in China, along with Milwaukee, DeWalt (China among numerous other countries including India and Pakistan), Ridgid, etc., etc., etc. Ryobi is chosen more often by people (contractors included) for the simple reason of a reliable tool and well over 100 tools that work on the same battery platform. Ryobi is also the innovator for new cordless tools, being the first to introduce cordless air nailers, belt sanders, among other things. Ryobi is also the only manufacturer that has made it’s entire one line backwards compatible, in that the old batteries work on new tools, and new Li-Ion batteries work flawlessly in old NiCd tools. Your dad was a contractor – tough – so was my dad, and myself, and my brother. The simple fact is that two things play into professional use – usability (will it do the job reliably) and cost effectiveness (will this unit cost me money instead of making me money). A drill that is three times the price but only lasts twice as long as a cheaper unit is like urinating money down the drain. The warranty that you hear wannabes spout off about do not mean squat. Sometimes it is better to buy something from a big-box store or HF, knowing that when you have to take it back you slap it down on the counter and they tell you to go get a new one, and you are back at work the same day, where depending on a warranty leaves you without the tool for sometimes a week or more, costing you even more money. THEY ALL BREAK DOWN. A unit that costs three times as much money has to make three times as much money –> just to break even. One other thing, “compact” has to do with quality or toughness, but has to do with motor technology. Brushless motors (compact) = more power from the same amp usage with a smaller form factor. That same milwaukee was outdrilled consistently by a HF brushless Hercules on an actual real test (drilling various holes up to 1 1/2″, etc.) here on youtube, if that makes you feel any better.

Feilx Rodriguez says:

lol. very realistic test lol lol I’ve bought them all 3 year warranty on both those drills unless your using those type of tools daily no need for 200-300 dollar drill, and i do use these types of tools daily got them all. They all work fine no matter the color on them

Porque Because says:

Bosch also

Landan Lloyd says:

I have no idea what all your videos get so many dislikes. Dropping a like on every video I watch to do my bit.

TARDO 78 says:

Now I found 3 model which I should chose
2801-21p m18 (18v)
2691-22 (18v)
2607-20 1800rpm (18v)

Desert Rider says:

Those filters on your mask are for dust and shavings etc. not for smoke and paint or chemicals.

Romulus Uchi says:

Both from Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

N G says:

Milwaukee do bigger batteries if you saying that isn’t enough for you.

austin martin says:

The ryobi acctually does have batteries with the charge meter on them

Tim Tompkins says:

I use a Ryobi right angle drill to power a small buffing pad…everyday for work. It’s going on 4 years old, and has made me more money than I care to publically acknowledge. Ryobi has a whole system of tools and accessories that are VERY GOOD for the average man. I don’t doubt that the Milwaukee is technically stronger…but overall, the Ryobi is better considering price point and overall system options. And BTW, the gentleman doing this test is a sadistic nitwit who probably fights dogs on the side. Shame on you.

Wranglerstar says:

LOOKING FOR A NEW CORDLESS DRILL? THIS MILWAUKEE IS AS TOUGH AS THEY COME – GET YOURS HERE: https://goo.gl/Gvg41B
THIS IS AN AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK. IF YOU PURCHASE A DRILL WE MAKE A SMALL POFIT. THIS VIDEO IS NOT A PRODUCT ENDORSEMENT. EVERY TOOL USED IN THIS VIDEO WAS PURCHASED ENTIRELY BY ME…

Rory Holm says:

Pathetic comparison

OutHouse Idea's says:

I run all Milwaukee and its the best im not saying dealt is bad but buy Milwaukee if your shopping for a brand, it’ll last your whole life

Mr. fearless says:

This is a stupid review. i love my ryobi. THis is not a Robot battle challenge dude. plus your an idiot for not wearing gloves. shit could have exploded.

Big Block HEMI 871 says:

You take a home owner drill to a professional drill

jason donnelly says:

As expected . Ryobi for home owners . Milwaukee for pros . Makita will get destroyed . Even if Makita does ok , the batteries last a year at best . I still have working Milwaukee batteries going on 6 years .

SQUIB says:

All the complaints in this comment section are stupid. If you wanna see a different kind of review, go watch a different video! This guy isn’t paid by Milwaukee and his most popular videos are torture tests, not field tests. So get out.

Michail Archangelo says:

Not a smart thing to compare, especially in a such ridiculous way, a professional tool with a DIY one. I feel really sorry for the reviewer..

Corey Smith says:

Porter cable vs Milwaukee

Doc_Holliday833 says:

You got ripped off on Amazon…yeah you got a 2ndbattery, but home Depot sells the drill a charger battery and a 5 1/2″ cordless power saw for 79.00 bux. For the record that’s the dumbest test I ever seen to compare to good tools.

Ragan Davis says:

Ryobi is actually Milwaukee’s sister company. Its just a budget Milwaukee, of course the Milwaukee won. Not saying that Ryobi is anything close to the shitshow that is black&decker but put b&d up against dewalt and SURPRISE similar result. Only they were far closer in comparison due to the Milwaukee parent company’s superior engineering.

Floyd Best Jr says:

Been using Ryobi for years no problems

brianher67 says:

Dude you do it again! Look at the tip of the drill the Milwaukee has iron makes it more solid and does the batteries have the same amount of amp if not the one with most amp wins. Sure the one with the iron tip wins over the one with plastic.. stop putting other companies in the bad light always find a similar product to compete…

Steve Burke says:

I’d like to see the Milwaukee vs the Ryobi P251 (still only $60)

Jos van der Weide says:

Try a Ryobi in the same price class…

Randolfo Romero says:

Ryobi it is best, more affordable, can use the same battery with other tools and if it fails your pockets won’t feel to loose a expensive tool, go to Home Depot and replaced
This man it is Milwaukee salesmen
When he wears a mask I bet you he knew what it coming… the smoke from the Ryobi drill
Sorry reviews do this man

Mykel Hardin says:

Honestly this is such a unscientific redneck way of testing a drill. It’s like two drunk rednecks chaining there trucks together and pulling. Useless! Keep spending 3x on Milwaukee.

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