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Thread: Festool drill with offset chuck. CD 12

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    Festool drill with offset chuck. CD 12

    I bought for the offset head. As shown. No issues
    $120 + shipping from 53226
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    John,
    Can you give me an idea how old the drill is?

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    Atleast 6 years old.. I bought used for one project. Perhaps someone can chime in

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    C-12 would be mid-to-late 2000s. The T12 was my first Festool D/D. (wish I would have discovered the C-handle back then!) You can still get batteries for it, if I'm not mistaken. The more recent ones were NMh rather than ni-cad. This is a good tool...surprisingly powerful for its size.
    Last edited by Jim Becker; 10-11-2021 at 8:37 PM.
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    ill second this. The festool drills with their centro chucks, offset and 90 degree chucks are awesome. I like milwaukees brushless units as well, but every once in awhile in tight spaces, the festool chucks really come in handy. . .

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