Black & Decker
10.9 ounces
8.94 x 4 x 7.75 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Buyer's Reviews 3626

You can't beat this kit for less than $60! When it comes to using tools, I think of myself as a "bypass Hauser" person. I didn't do any voluntary DIY projects, but it was normal for me to hang pictures, fix doorknobs, and assemble furniture (you got the picture). After reading different reviews on Amazon and watching YouTube videos, I decided to buy Black and Decker,. I was very satisfied with my purchase. Pro-the battery life is good, and I've never done anything that needs to stop to recharge the battery (plus you can get a spare). I think another commentator said it lasted about four hours. -A lot of torque. I've never had a problem drilling or removing screws. -it's hard to explain, but I feel like I can control my speed / power better than my old DeWalt bit. -relatively lightweight and ergonomically designed. Neutral-fitting is appropriate. To me, these small pieces seem to be cheap steel, but the variety is good / I see it as an extra reward anyway. Shortcomings-there are no obvious shortcomings, assuming you treat it as a beginner's kit. But this is not the most powerful bit, not the most complete tool kit, no drilling boxes or bags and so on. One thing I didn't realize was that they didn't include any Allen bits, which was bad because I bought it to assemble Ikea's desk. (I find it strange because they include Robertson bits) as a side note, I finally got a baker and a bolt.

3.64 pounds
13.88 x 9.88 x 4.25 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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I have recently worked as a carpenter in my spare time. I've always been a fan of cable tools because I usually work in my store and have electricity available. I absolutely hate running out of batteries and I have to wait to recharge. A few months ago, I had to build a barn and connect about 50 3-foot-wide, 15-foot-long tin panels, and to do that, I had to buy a battery-powered drill. Let me tell you that I will never go back to the wired tool after the way this tool behaves. The drill was equipped with two batteries, which I recharged before the project. After hundreds of screws, I have the whole roof, I may be half through the second battery! I have owned this drill for more than six months now and use it once a week. It still behaves as if it were brand new! I know DeWalt is a little more expensive than other brands, but I can't recommend a higher drill. Prices range from $99 to $129, and every penny is worth it. Benefits: 1) LED lights are super bright for dark workspaces, 2) 2) two batteries last very long and charge very fast 3) 20V power is enough for weekend warriors / intermediate craftsmen if you do a lot of research on the product as I did before I bought it, it's a 100% safe bet. You won't be disappointed!

Avid Power
2.2 pounds
8.66 x 3.15 x 9.65 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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If you are looking for a drill or screwdriver for a home project, this project may be a good choice. In fact, I've never really used a drill before. I bought it because I needed something simple to do easy DIY work in my new house, and I was very happy with the drill. Once you release the trigger, it stops spinning, which is a good feature I like. It also has an adjustable clutch, so it works very well as a screwdriver. I can easily drill holes in wood and work with longer 3-inch screws and other screws to reinforce my door hinges. I guess this bit may not be suitable for condensation or steel or something like that. But I just need it to make plasterboard, wood and drive screws, so it works very well for me.

5.24 pounds
7.87 x 7.87 x 2.17 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Buyer's Reviews 753

This kind of cordless bit is very convenient. It's not very big, it's light, it's easy to carry. You can take it anywhere you want. There are many different sizes of drills in it. Take a beautiful handbag with you. The most important advantage is two batteries. Most cordless bits have only one battery. And it has a long battery life. I suggest you buy this cordless drill.

2.8 pounds
5.55 x 9 x 3 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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I love this thing. I've been working in the car for a long time. I wish I could get one earlier. It makes the work in the car faster and more interesting. If you repair or modify a car, think about how much time it takes you to remove nuts and bolts from parts. The bolts on the car may be 15-24 threads per inch, which means you have to rotate one bolt 15 turns to move each bolt one inch. Now imagine, if this is almost instantaneous, it has a lot of torque for a lightweight tool, so it can handle a lot of work, and it's quite small, and it's wireless, so it can get into a lot of places under the car. For the bolt that is too tight for this tool, I still loosen it with a wrench and hit it with this drive because it saves a lot of time. The same is true of tightening-I will put it in most or all places (depending on the torque required) and set the final torque with a torque wrench. The proportion of the bag is not very large, as shown in the figure. It's cute to bring sandwiches to your place of work, but don't expect to bring a club sandwich or something with a lot of tomatoes.

K I M O.
5.28 pounds
7 x 5 x 7 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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I am very satisfied with the Kimo bit! The grip is very good, the handle is also very good, not too big, very suitable for the hand. I like accessories (drill bits and screwdriver bits) and keyless chucks that work well. The hammer drill function is different from other cordless bits.

Black & Decker
4 pounds
17.69 x 5.02 x 13.77 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Buyer's Reviews 778

Very good settings from black and Decker. I like that it includes not only drill bits, but also other useful tools, such as tape measures and hammers. My only foothold is that it is not a concrete bit, but a wooden bit.

4.07 pounds
12.2 x 7.48 x 4.53 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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Buyer's Reviews 959

I was looking for an electric drill to work at home instead of waiting for my child's father to find it and found this lovely set of cordless drilling tools. So far, I've used it to drill a hole in the exterior brick and hang a new mailbox I bought, and once I figure out how to fix the longer bits, it goes through bricks and cement like butter, and now my mailbox hangs perfectly on the front porch. The next project is to install some of the remaining Rubbermaid closet shelves in the linen closet to better organize my linen. I like everything about this drill-battery life is good, pink, all the accessories, and it works as well as his drill (he even commented that it was a good drill).

5.02 pounds
10.88 x 2.75 x 10 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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The Craftsman CMCD700C1 kit is equipped with a 700 series bit / driver, a lithium ion battery (1.3Ah) and a charger. The feel is well balanced, weighing only 3 pounds and 8 ounces with the battery, and the motor is rated at 280 uwh. The speed of the first gear is 0400 and the speed of the second gear is 01500. There is enough clutch position to allow the perfect setting of drive screws on any project. In addition, there is a bit position to lock the clutch when you are drilling. The battery has an indicator with three LED, so you can see the remaining power when you touch a button, and a bright white LED illuminates your work when you press the trigger. Craftsman does so well at home that it can even drive 3-inch deck screws into pressure-treated wood, although it struggles a little when the screws reach full depth. This bit / drive is very capable and is a popular complement to any homeowner's toolbox that most people will like. But in the past few years, many improvements have been seen. This is a very capable bit / drive, and it will be a popular addition to any homeowner's toolbox that most people will be satisfied with. But over the past few years, we've seen a lot of improvements when comparing this Craftsman bit / drive to my DeWalt DCD777C2, it's clear that DeWalt is slightly better in almost all categories. The DeWalt is more compact (see photo), has a stronger, faster (brushless) motor, has a power of 340 uwh and 1750 rpm, comes with two batteries instead of one, and includes a backpack. At the time of this writing, Craftsman is $79 and DeWalt is 99. This is not about taking anything from Craftsm.

4 pounds
19.5 x 3.63 x 13.63 inches
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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So far so good. I changed this, because there was a loose part in my original, so Amazon replaced the whole thing very well. I'd like to share how I used the original box to make a cool, convenient and easy-to-make tool drawer. My drawer was a little too small, so I trimmed one side and put the tools back to one side. I added 3M tape on each side, fixed it in place, and added a towel below to provide more support. I like it. Every time I open a kitchen drawer, there are only four stars on my face, because although the drill is great, it doesn't allow me to screw screws into the stud position on the wall to hang a huge mirror. I drove the drill to level 10 and the screw got stuck halfway. Had to squeeze the rest in with a screwdriver

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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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Price $56.34 $99.00 $39.99 $40.99 $99.00 $59.99 $71.60 $59.99 $59.00 $89.00
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Best Power Drill Drivers Buying Guide

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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.