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|Manufacturer||Black & Decker||Dewalt||Avid Power||GOXAWEE||Dewalt||K I M O.||Black & Decker||HANZGHOU GREATSTAR INDUSTRIAL CO.LTD||CRAFTSMAN||BLACK+DECKER|
|Item Weight||10.9 ounces||3.64 pounds||2.2 pounds||5.24 pounds||2.8 pounds||5.28 pounds||4 pounds||4.07 pounds||5.02 pounds||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.94 x 4 x 7.75 inches||13.88 x 9.88 x 4.25 inches||8.66 x 3.15 x 9.65 inches||7.87 x 7.87 x 2.17 inches||5.55 x 9 x 3 inches||7 x 5 x 7 inches||17.69 x 5.02 x 13.77 inches||12.2 x 7.48 x 4.53 inches||10.88 x 2.75 x 10 inches||19.5 x 3.63 x 13.63 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Power Source||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered|
|Voltage||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||12 volts||20 volts||20 volts||12 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts|
|Date First Available||January 23, 2012||September 25, 2013||April 28, 2018||May 5, 2019||August 31, 2016||April 30, 2019||October 29, 2015||June 24, 2018||December 11, 2018||April 1, 2013|
|Color||Orange||DEWALT Yellow||Red & Black||Black and orange||-||Green Cordless Drill Driver||Black/Orange||Pink||-||Black/Orange|
|Style||20V Drill/Driver Kit||Compact Drill/Driver||20V Drill||-||Impact Driver Kit||Drill/Driver||60pc Tool Kit||-||Drill Kit||20V Home Tool Kit|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||-||-||-|
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Best Power Drill Drivers Buying Guide
A drill is mainly used for drilling holes. It is also used to drive in small fasteners. A power drill driver’s main function is to drive large fasteners. Using an adapter and long screws, you can drive lag bolts in an easy way with the help of a power drill driver. In this article, we will tell you how to choose the best power drill driver. Read on!
How to decide which drill driver to choose?
A drill is one of the most useful power tools you can have in your home. There is a wide range of models on the market and they offer many options, from screwing furniture at home to applications for high construction. Drills vary in price from low to very high, but many are suitable for both professionals and amateurs at a reasonable price. It is simply a matter of choosing the power tool that best suits your needs.
What use will you give the drill?
For domestic projects or common hobbies, a basic reversible variable speed drill will work well. But drilling concrete with a normal drill is not a good idea, a hammer drill is the best option for these cases. Evaluate how much power you need.
Evaluate how much power you need
The wireless drilling power is measured in volts and ranges between 9.6 and 24 volts. The higher the voltage, the more power you will have. Battery drills are a good option for daily work at home, basic home repairs, and some light to moderate construction tasks. We recommend a cordless drill of 14.4 volts or a power drill driver of at least 600 watts.
Find out what size of chuck you need
The mandrel is the slot in wich the drill bit is inserted. Therefore, the chuck size actually limits the size of the drill bit that you can use. The available mandrel sizes are 6.5 mm, 10 mm and 13 mm. A good size for most applications is 10 millimeters. These can be locked or unlocked.
If a chuck is locked, you must use a wrench to unlock it so that you can change the drill bit. If it has no key, you can loosen it by hand. The keyless chuck is currently the most common, it is also easier to use but it is recommended to wear safety gloves to make more strength and avoid chafing.
Choose between a battery and cable drill
Cable drills tend to be lighter than battery drills and are always ready for use by plugging in at 220V, but the cable can become a hindrance while battery drills are usually heavier than cord drills. They are flexible to use since they don’t depend on electrical outlets for their power and to avoid running out of battery many of the available kits come with 2 batteries.
Consider whether or not you need a drill with a clutch
A clutch allows you to adjust the torque of the drill bits, thus avoiding being able to break screws when tightening them excessively, or avoid injuring ourselves in case the drill bit is caught and the drill hits us. Normally, battery drills usually come with a clutch.