The Ridgid 18V SubCompact lineup includes a number of tools that rival most 12V tools in size but keep you on the popular 18V battery system. In this video, we’re examining the next-generation versions of the Ridgid 18V SubCompact drill driver and hammer drill, the R87012 and R87112. We run through the features and specs, and then do some comparative tests against the last generation to help you guys know if this is the right tool for you.
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