Drills

drill-diagramBest Cordless Drill

So your looking to buy your first cordless drill or upgrade to a model with more power. Either way it’s important to find the right model for you. Knowing what to look for in a cordless drill will help you with making a smarter buying decision…

Best Hammer Drill

I use my hammer drill every day for various tasks, so I need a good quality drill. You can get cheaper cordless hammer drills than the one I’m about to show you, but as I said, I need a reliable drill with a lot of power. My personal choice…

Best Cordless ScrewdriverBest Cordless Screwdriver

Free from a cumbersome cord, they will essentially rely on some form of battery. Their batteries are usually made of nickel cadmium and some form of acid. The electrochemical reaction that takes place inside of these…

Best Electric Screwdriver 2017Best Electric Screwdriver

The cordless electric screwdriver comes into its own when you need a light, compact tool to work in difficult-to-reach places – conditions often met when driving screws. And many models are…

DEWALT DCK211S2 ReviewDEWALT DCK211S2 Review

The kit also features one ¼ inch hand loading hex chuck, that be mounted on to the drill or the driver for using various accessories. The impact driver has 3 LED lights mounted on it for ease of visibility. This whole combo kit comes in a tough carry bag…

Panasonic EY7450LR2S ReviewPanasonic EY7450LR2S Review

This power tool is classified as IP 56, which means it is water and dust resistant. It’s perfect for outdoor work in any weather. The battery pack included is the best I’ve ever seen in a cordless drill…

Milwaukee 2601-22 ReviewMilwaukee 2601-22 Review

There is no doubt that this 18v Lithium Ion drill is extremely powerful and that Milwaukee is a good quality tool and is therefore very popular amongst construction workers, carpenters and other professionals. But when you can get a quality tool, this drill should…

Bosch HDS181-02 ReviewBosch HDS181-02 Review

With the 600 in.lbs of max torque, there isn’t a task this power tool from Bosch can’t do. Drilling with larger drills in dense materials, no problem. Driving big wooden screws, no problem. Tighten nuts that require big torque, no problem…

Dewalt DCD760KL Cordless Drill ReviewDewalt DCD760KL Review

The size, weight and power of this 18v drill makes it suitable for different tasks such as over your shoulder work, drilling holes in tight places and more “normal” tasks like screw-driving. This 18v drill comes with two lithium ion batteries…

Dewalt DC970K-2 Cordless Drill ReviewDewalt DC970K-2 Review

Extremely powerful: no task is too big for this 380 unit watts out battery drill. Light weight and compact design: with its 5.2 pounds it literally eliminates user fatigue, the compact design allows you to work in tight spaces…

Makita BDF452HW ReviewMakita BDF452HW Review

It is quality from start to bottom, with the LTX Li-ion batteries, all metal transmission and the 15 min rapid charger. With the 450 in.lbs out and the dual speed, this cordless drill is for the professional or the handyman…

Hitachi DS18DVF3 ReviewHitachi DS18DVF3 Review

When I tested this drill it was just like holding a banana, really nice to work with. The keyless chuck is 1/2 inch which is great if you want to use the 400 inch-pounds of max torque on big holes and larger drills…

Black & Decker LDX120C ReviewBlack & Decker LDX120C Review

As this drill only has max 650 rpm and a 3/8″ chuck this drill isn’t for professionals (at least not as their main cordless drill). But for home use this drill is very suitable, in fact this is a very powerful cordless tool for home use and you don’t have to pay big bucks for it…

Black & Decker LDX112C Cordless Drill ReviewBlack & Decker LDX112C Review

With the 12v lithium-ion battery, this drill can go on and on for a very long time. The 2.3 lbs weight makes it really suitable if you need to work over your head, and the compact size allows you to drill in tight spaces like inside small cabinets…

Genesis GCD18BK ReviewGenesis GCD18BK Review

Let’s face it. This drill isn’t for the construction worker or the picky handyman. If you need to use your battery drill more than once a week, this machine isn’t for you. If you are one of the above you should probably go for a power tool like Dewalt…