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You will never be able to get that smoke back in your Drill! 🤭
So this is where I got the automagically from… Thanks 👍
I knew it was bullshit. I’m a tradesman through and through…that dude is a dud.
I've always preferred keyed chucks anyway (although I have 2 makita 331s and the 453 shown here with keyless chucks) there is just something about the key I trust more knowing it's tightened down because I did it.
Hilti appendage with performance issues eh…..I know the feelin.
I have not yet reached a conclusion on this matter.
Thank you for your attention.
It's idiots who don't understand the basics of using a tool (or who don't read/go against the destructions accompanying the tool) that do these vijeos thinking to themselves – 'Dey smart, ovver peeple muss know dis!' Hahaha… 😒🤣🤣🤣 😎🇬🇧
Bet our mate Big Clive got a… 'CHUCKle' outa this! Hahahaha 😛😏😉 Yeah yeah, I know, 'Get a GRIP!' Hahaha 😎🇬🇧
I had a 18v dewalt, about 15 years of age, that was destroyed by a 6" hole saw. It still works, but it's slow, glows orange, and creates an odd aroma when you use it.
Glad you called this out. Had it recommended to me.
Yeah, big "secret" when every other drill reviewer with their backdrop of 300 tools mentions the back-click "lock".
I had no doubt it didn't actually do anything. A quick visit to the Jacobs site slightly clarified what their "lock" actually was.
thank you for exposing these clickbait idiots
Adding mass lessons the effects of sudden inertia changes! it’s more common using smaller bits for the chuck to loosen! As it’s the chuck that looses from the outside not the jaws from the inside! And it’s not a reality test is it? Not in confined spaces or bumping the chuck on nearby objects,using a heavy hole saw over the bench is surely better than just using them hundreds if not thousands of times a day every day to determine an opinion? or better yet years ago when they first started using them on mass decided to dismantle and assess with actual mechanical experience why all these chucks feel broken? I find the simple things that confuse some people entertainment! Go spin drills for 30hrs a week and come back with your same opinions and I will be humbled!
The easy answer: if turning it back 1 click somehow locks it in place, then how do you unlock it? Would that not require you to turn it 1 click tightening to release the lock before you could loosen the chuck? Which would mean that if you did not "lock" it and tried to just loosen it, you would accidentally engage that hidden lock and not be able to loosen the chuck.
Amateurs! If you just press hard enough on the drill when working with it, you´ll never have to tighten the chuck at all. The magic smoke that appears after a while is a bonus feature.
We were working at a federal laboratory and the QAQC guy came around and asked me what I torqued at. I proceeded to quote a wise funny man and told him "I tighten them until I a crack and then a quarter turn back" Well he did not think that was funny and went and got my supervisor and demanded all of the 100s of bolts that I had tightened had to be removed and replaced even though I told him it was a joke and quoted the proper torque spec (125 lb ft) Even though my coworkers and superintendent thought it was funny when I told them, the QAQC guy for that fed lab did not and called me Incompetent and that i had questionable ethics.