If there is any power tool that I use more than any other it is my cordless drill.
Anytime I have a project I'm working on this is the first tool out and the last tool to leave.
To put it simply...I can't live without this power tool...period!
All of them!
If any of these manufacturers want to compete for my power tool loyalty they had better carry a well built, reliable and powerful set of battery operated drills.
Which ones you ask?
Some are listed below:
All the big dogs carry several different types, sizes and voltages when it comes to this type of power tool.
You should have no trouble being able to shop around for a brand that you like.
Like all the other cord free power tools the battery remains the most important component and really determines the power performance level of this tool.
You will see several different battery sizes on these drills. I've come across 12v, 14.4v, 18v, 19.2v, 24v, 28v and 36v.
Of course your battery size will determine the amount of power and torque you have and the duration of use.
The smaller 12v to 18v drills will do just fine for the Do-it-Yourselfer around the house for the weekend.
If you looking for a brute that will get the job done and last all day doing it...I would suggest at least a 19.2v or better.
Of course you will have a difference in the weight of the drill...one of the cons of big power.
There are several different types of these drills to choose from.
Of course there are many different variations on these basic types but these will pretty much cover all your drilling needs.
Drill bits per say are not really a part of your cordless drill purchase...yet.
One way or another you are going to need some sort of drill bit to use in this tool...so choose wisely.
My only advice here is don't skimp on price for these items.
A sharp drilling bit or a strong durable screw tip is just as important to the function of this tool as the battery is...make it count...you'll be happy you did!
Once again I can't stress enough how important this power tool is to the smooth function of my workshop or the flawless construction of one of my projects.
There are many uses for a this type of power tool while taking on any remodeling project.
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It's especially handy when building projects that may not provide a close connection to power like putting up fences around the house.
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