Choose your ideal cordless drill from Mole Valley Farmers
The experts at Mole Valley Farmers have several informative guides that can help you choose from our extensive range the product that is right for you.
South West and Wales (PRUnderground) April 23rd, 2012
There are so many farming tools on the market that it can sometimes be difficult knowing exactly what it is that you’re looking for. Fortunately, the experts at Mole Valley Farmers have several informative guides that can help you choose, from our extensive range, the product that is right for you.
One of these guides introduces you to some important information regarding cordless power drills, making important distinctions between the different types that you can buy. As well as explaining the variation between professional, DIY, hammer and impact drills and describing the benefits of higher voltage and amp hours, the guide also goes into details about the different batteries that power drills. Reading this useful page is highly recommended if you are looking to invest in a good quality and reliable piece of equipment.
Whichever kind of drill you are looking for, you are sure to find that MVF’s excellent selection can meet your needs. Right now, for example, the Dewalt DC733C2 14.4V cordless drill and driver – which comes complete with two lithium ion batteries – can be bought for just £87.00 excluding VAT. This popular product is a fine example of the very latest in power tool technology, with the compact and lightweight machine offering two speed settings, one-handed bit changing and ergonomically designed comfortable usage.
With several different departments specialising in all kinds of equipment vital for rural life, from equestrian goods to smallholding apparatus, the range of farm supplies available at Mole Valley Farmers is second to none. Visit one of our retail outlets or go online today to browse what we have in stock.
About Mole Valley Farmers
Mole Valley Farmers was started in 1960 by a small group of farmers around South Molton who were concerned by the discriminatory practices and the large margins being taken by many of their input suppliers. From the outset it was decided to treat all members equally, subject only to quantity allowance and that the Company would operate on the minimum margin to allow continuity and growth. Today it remains one of a few true co-operatives in the supply industry.