Whether he battery, battery, battery, cordless screwdriver so on. There is still no cordless screwdriver. Haha yes is a good second cordless screwdriver or if you want to do something easy. I promise you today's test will be spectacular and it won't be what you expect. What's the problem now? No chance. Not. We don't get along with him at all. None of that scratched the wood. No chance. Hello tool fans Welcome to Gotools.tv My name is Sebastian and we need to talk. Can it really be that this twelve volt cordless screwdriver from Milwaukee is even more powerful than all these cordless screwdrivers? 18 volts from Bosch, DeWalt, Festool, Makita and Metabo Is that really the case? And I can tell you. Looks like this one's really stronger and it's kinda getting everyone wet. And that's why you have to take a look. But how should one interpret numbers? How are you supposed to actually read such numbers and data? And that's exactly the topic of today's video.
And of course we will test, test, test and of course there is also something to win. And of course this cordless screwdriver twelve volt novelty from Milwaukee with real power. All you have to do is what is your opinion on twelve volt devices, on such powerful twelve volt speeches? Do you still need 18 volts? Write that and in the comments. You have the chance to win these cordless screwdrivers. The repeated is not meant for Milwaukee fans, but today's video is for everyone who is interested in cordless screwdrivers. To interpret the numbers again, what does that actually mean? Much stronger than twelve volts. That's exactly what we're looking at today, because we have the following We have a new cordless screwdriver from Milwaukee, the twelfth two. Twelve volts. And so on, you think. Yes, is a good second cordless screwdriver, right? We have when you want to do something easy. I don't know.
Because what has Milwaukee done? You know Milwaukee, right? What is Milwaukee always up to? Everyone else thinks like this Let's make something strong do what we do. Well, we're doing something really strong. We always do a little more here than I would expect. Or even stronger. Even heavy, even more power. And that's what we did. They brought out a cordless screwdriver, twelve volts, 32 newton meters in a soft screw cap. And that's super interesting because we have 32 meters in a twelve volt device. This is really, really something that is incredibly powerful. Because now you can say Okay, now let's take this one here for example and I'll take the , where I actually mean that here namely the GSB 18 V 45 , if we look at this one for example. 18 volts is a lot of power and means yes 45, yes, 50 is a hard screw cap in soft foam, does it have 20? 32. That means he always has a flat rate of over 50% more power than this one. Twelve 18 wanted exactly that today. I promise you, today's test will be spectacular. We will not only be working with a flat milling machine, but also with a Forstner drill and, above all, with screws.
And it won't turn out the way you expect. Because the twelve fetches here. no See for yourself! Really see for yourself. But first, let's talk about numbers. We have so many devices that I can't remember everything. Let's start again with the twelfth two. On here, our ultimate powerful twelve volt device. And a question for you and in the comments and the comments can you also win the device here? Should we do the same test we are doing today again with twelve volts? Could he perhaps find a twelve volt device that is in the performance class? Not only in numbers, but also in reality.
But so be it. Let's look at the numbers. With the M12FDD2 we have two relevant numbers , and here we even have two and a half. Here we have 32 Newton meters in the soft case. Here's what we're going to do now, down here a corner, somewhere in the middle, we're going to pop a Milwaukee Colon 32 Newton-meter soft screw cap to give the whole thing a head when I tell you the very different numbers .
In addition, it has 45 Newton meters in the hard screw cap. We'll show that too. But the relevant case for you is the soft bolting case, a gently increasing torque curve where it reaches a maximum of 32 Newton meters. By the way half the interesting info is the following Most twelve twelve volt cordless screwdrivers don't have one thing. And that's where you can have a look.
We don't have such a big hole here, because they don't have a 13 mm drill chuck. And that's something that's very unusual for a twelve-volt cordless screwdriver. In my opinion, there are almost no cordless screwdrivers in the twelve volt range. Almost none that has a 13 on the floor. Why is this relevant? There are many holes, saws, Forstner, drills, even the very, very large flat milling cutters don't have that either. So there are some things that simply need a large 13 millimeter mount. Eight should always be the 13 millimeter recording, but twelve volts only ten. That disqualifies many twelve volts for tough applications. We now do not think.
Ha! We do not care. We're hammering twelve into the twelve volts here, including a 13 millimeter mount. So now we have them down here in two lines. The whole time 32 meters in soft foam, in hard foam. Case 45 And now let's do it! A quick look at the price before we look at other devices. What does it actually cost? Here we have a price of around 100 and 70 € for this cordless screwdriver. And if I'm interested in this or any other creature, take a look at the video description below, you'll find the honest price comparison there or just look for good entries right away. Here you will find offers with batteries without batteries. And so forth. In any case, the device here is as it is here. €170 solo. That's right solo without the battery. But it's still relatively new. Let's see how that develops. I don't know. Let's see the current price below in the price comparison. So, and now let's take a look at the following How much power do the other devices have? This is very interesting.
Another 32 newton meters. Now here at Bosch, for example, we have the GS and for the non -GSB we said that a GSR, that means no drill/ screwdriver, just a normal cordless screwdriver. Here at 45 we have in the soft screw case 21 21 against 32 which is violent. We have the five and the 50 has 28 millimeters in a soft case 28 versus 32 in the 60. Actually a legend of the 60C and the 60C that we have. In a soft screw cap, it has 31 Newton meters, i.e. one Newton meter less. That's relevant. And maybe I'll see you later. So 31? The new 90 of the 90, which was never mentioned, has 36 Newton meters or 64 in hard shrinking, i.e. 36 and 64. In that respect, if we look at it, here for example the 60, it has 60 meters, which means it is the one pretty close here.
That's awesome, isn't it? We also look at the other devices, here we have von de Wald on a table that they have from DeWalt , for example, we have the 800. That means the DCD800 with 27 Newton meters. Then we have here, for example, the DCD 709 with 26 Newton meters in the soft screw case, where as I said the 90 in the hard and 60 in the hard screw case. Let's go to Festool curious. The Festool has 18 on the T, this one on the TT 18, he has 35 with a little stronger, the other one here has 25 and not 27 and this weaker here with 27 is also very interesting with Makita. Here we have um 27 and 30, so in both cases under the power of this twelve volt device again. And also for employees, that I have a lot of data taboo here with me, it's 25 and 34, which means this one has 34 Newton meters. And that's exactly what we're going to take a look at . We have one thing, of course an 18 volt device can do it per se, is a bit more powerful per se and first of all per se because of the 18 volts.
I'd say it lasts longer too. That means it will get warm at twelve volts, both on the motor and on a slightly small housing. But above all it has energy energy absorption, because it is simply logical. OK. But we want to know how much power does he really have and how well does he hold out? And that's why we're going to do the following two. First of all, we 'll take the following. Nothing unusual. And if we want to do this 25 millimeter flat drill in second gear . In first gear everyone will probably be able to do it, but in second gear it is more likely with an increased number of revolutions. Somehow trying to dig through the wood here. It's not going to be easy. And we're going to do the following for that.
We don't have just any wood here, we have beech here. Because such a soft wood is not a challenge. We want to work in the border area, and we're booking here now. We've already done a few test holes here. Book 25 millimeter drills and look, hopefully we can see it here. We have a self-tapping tip here, which ergo ensures that whenever we look at it, it really cuts into it. He's trying to push the whole thing down all the time and here it doesn't really matter how I push, he always does it himself . Working down all the time. That is already the maximum stress for such a drill, because at relatively high speeds it naturally pushes and pulls the device downwards, or rather the device , and then the wheat is separated from the chaff. And the very first thing, of course, when we work with him here, in the twelfth.
But we just saw it. He really managed to dive into the material in second gear with no problems. I'll see right away. Most of the others don't do it at all. Now immerse the material and all the way down it only then ran out of power. That's really amazing, because I had to consider that I can't hold it perfectly straight, but that the deeper he gets in, the more friction there is on the side. Again in first gear to be on the safe side. A second cut and see. There come. You can see that it also works in first gear.
He gets into the material and creates facts about safety. Look how Bosch is doing now. 18 V 45. We have just seen that the 45 has no chance. Second gear blocked immediately. No more power. End. Now we have to set the first gear. Tolerable, but he struggles through. It works somehow. So are already here on the device. Oh yes, yes, yes, yes, I have to clean. Now here. I have a device here that is definitely weaker than the name. Now we have the 18 V 55 from Bosch. Just take a look.
It does not work. It doesn't work in second gear either, but it sure does in first. In the first he comes halfway through. It works, but you can tell. He has to work a bit there. There we have the legendary Bosch GSR 60C. We've got it in second gear now, yes, we've already seen it when we went in.
At some point down he ran out of breath. Let's see how far he can get here in second gear. No chance. Second course. No chance. Stenz again to at first. yes works But we also see here that it's weaker in second gear than the Milwaukee. What's going on here? Let's take the 90s for the 90s, i.e. the GSR 18V 90 C. It's the first from Bosch that is stronger with a soft screw cap. Here again second gear. Just take a look. I hope he really hits the spot now. Clean here. We saw he made it. But what's interesting is that he's not completely through with it either. And he himself, he himself, who has here, you noticed, well, he gets weaker as you go down. And I had to start here several times. In this respect you can see how crass it actually is what the Milwaukee is celebrating. It's amazing, but he did it. Now next, let's pin it down. We have the Festool T18 first gear.
It spins so slowly that it doesn't pull itself in properly. So we can't really tie him up. Oh. You. Did not work. Not even in second gear. It will probably work in first gear. Let's see! Typical DDF 485. First gear problem. First course. No problem. Very solid. Very interesting. So everyone is looking for an 18 volt device again. You now also have certain test results on the DDF , I thought so too. Two as always. But now you have to know one more thing. Namely, we have 2000 revolutions here in second gear. That doesn't make things easier either. Second, for the Milwaukee has in second gear. This is even more difficult for the 18 volt devices. Ergo, they also have a real disadvantage. Because they have to turn so quickly, they need a little more power than the other devices. But anyway, let's continue the test. We see here Didn't work either. Let's see what you do with half, with a hood, with BS18 LBL You scratched the wood so badly. What's going on here? Wait a minute, all he can do is scratch.
Let's go back to safety in first gear. Quite ok. Metal from BS 18 LTB ll Another hint for you Of course there are also stronger devices from all the rulers, without question. Today it was about really taking devices in this performance class and devices that we can really attack. These are rather the devices with which 18 volts surprise you. Of course there are other ones too. And now we continue with Meta wo part two. No chance DeWalt DCD708 and let's see second gear like everyone else. What's going on here? Not running. First course, fire. That was very solid. And he dug his way in nicely. That was okay. Not so 90s, but okay. Now we have the subtle 802nd gear here, as always. Last test here today. So at least a little progress with the Frisbee. nasty. nasty. There's one more time on first gear. Of course not done. OK. So in first gear he's really strong.
What's the problem now? 16.5 centimeters are left. So now let's do the test. easy easy Simply screwed out again. Runs. Now we're already at the 45s . We'll see. Then it won't be that easy. First the smaller screw. Does the test work with the big 12? I am excited. 19.5 centimeters. Do you see what I mean now? 19.5 centimeters. At Milwaukee it was 16.5 as far as I can remember , so it's definitely done deep in for now. And of course it is the case that the further this screw is in the wood, the more it is that we create friction and the whole friction on the screw with which you turn it, the more friction we have to work, work, work underneath the 15, then stop looking. Now let's go to the 55 to see how things are going there. And I think we're going to do the following . We simply omit the small screw by only adding the big one here, the 12×400, and let's see how wide that is, 14.5 centimetres. GSR 60 C.
9.5 centimeters. Now we come to the GSR 90 C, i.e. the upper class that we are at least testing here today. There is also 110 but only 90 C. What is important for you again? Don't do this test. I consciously say don't do it. For two reasons number one. It is quite possible that your devices will really overheat here, because that is really a twelve-speed screw. Already brutal. But it is actually much more important that this should only be done with twelve movements and all these devices that we are testing today have no handles. It's really just about normal here, not normal. The point is that you see the maximum, that you look into this border area, which we tend to only feel, now in the 90s and unfortunately without any action.
I've done this very often and again extra hard and immediately Please don't do it again. So I don't need it for the test. been loud. So for the test I need. I don't want that. We have now completely sunk it, as the very first. And there you can also see that the differences are of course going up. And it's not for nothing that there are also 90s. Now let's go on to Makita, let's see how they do. Makita DDF485 12 centimeters. DDF484.
14 centimeters and 9.5 centimeters 11 centimeters Metabo BS 18 LBL. 22 centimeters BS 18 LTBL Two centimeters Festool C18. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Well, he's done it now, but humor, I don't think you really hear that. But brutal performance Festool T18 plus three. Brutal performance. So really. Understand. Respect. Worked. And here is the result again grouped like this. How did we cut off the cordless screwdrivers? These four with got to an inch.
Exactly. It doesn't really matter, but these four made it in and they turned the entire screw in. The ones we see here were all a little further in than Milwaukee did with twelve volts. And the two here? They didn't make it as far as the Milwaukee. And you also see a difference in what has happened now. Actually. The Milwaukee pulled off a really good performance here. If you think about it now, you have done the other screw again.
That was, I think, an eight ten ten. That was a ten times 300 or ten times 400 even that one without any problems. Just screwed in like that. At the next larger size, where the 18 volts slowly express their power, because the 18 volts and the cells are simply more resilient from 18 volts and that’s why they are in the border area and are no longer so focused on pure power beginning, but over a long period of time. They are just a little stronger and just last longer. But one thing has to be said, that everyone here, that is, all 18 volt cordless screwdrivers , were so at their limit that some of them, although it is, started to smell, very amazing and some have been switched off.
That was really the absolute limit for cordless screwdrivers here in Milwaukee, of course. Of course you also have to say clearly that the next smaller one, the ten times 300, 400 that we had just now, they all got in, so we don't need to worry. Again, they all do that. But you got a feel for what a cordless screwdriver can really do. And it's really brutal. Just think about twelve volt cordless screwdrivers! You dominated most of the drills here and pulled them off without any problems.
Whereas the screw looked a bit different. But that means in normal use, in completely normal use, what you should do with such a cordless screwdriver and also with all those here, with all of them, you shouldn’t screw such a big screw, but normal screws, maybe up to ten centimeters long. Something like an 800 or an 820 or something like that, for example, you can screw with this cordless screwdriver without any problems and without any problems. And at six there is no limit. Not at all. So you really don't have these limits anymore, the twelve volts. You can't do anything. That's where things really get going. But you can decide for yourself what you really need. And if you don't need that brutal power at the end, it's just that you might not do so badly with this one, with the Milwaukee.
Because the Milwaukee system, the M12 system, that's an incredible number of devices in the selection, if you haven't seen it, I'll link it again up here. In this respect it might make sense for you that you don't use any other battery system at all, but maybe not say the limit range is the right one for me or up here and there are of course much more powerful devices on the other side, it feels more like that home. I'm very curious what you have to say about it. Write that in the comments below.
Also, what do you say about this cordless screwdriver or about cutting off all the others? I would be very interested because you can win this one. In the comments and for you, you get your tools and see you next time..