What is this Best Power Drill To Buy For You
With so many drills out there, with so many different specs, capabilities and at different price ranges its hard to find which drill is best for you. Manufacturers have to provide many different specs and models to their ranges to cater for everyone. To make sure you spend your money on the right drill for you, here is a breakdown of what different drills there are and what they have to offer and whether you need them to get your jobs done.
Portable (Cordless) and Mains powered: Cordless drills have their obvious benefits over mains powered, mains powered drills are only really needed if you need huge power for masonry drilling other than that a cordless drill will do everything you need. Cordless drills come in different power outputs so you need to know what each power outputs pro's and con's are.
Power Outputs: Cordless drills com in 12volt,14.4v,18v and 24volt. Why so many different power outputs? Manufacturers have to make affordable drills so different power outputs can bring the costs down. Here you can see what each has to offer and which is best for your needs.
12volt: This is as low as you want to go when buying a drill, They are limited though, with the reduced power means reduced torque so they're unable to take regular hard use. These are cheaper than the other power ranges (but not by much) and are more than capable dealing with DIY tasks around the home or use on your hobby.
14.4volt: As you'll expect with the higher power they will produce more torque, giving them a wider range of tasks that they're capable of. These are little redundant as you get much for your money if you buy an 18volt drill.
Here are the top 18volt cordless drills reviewed to make sure you buy the right drill for you. Featuring Makita's 20 minute full charge drill!
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