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4 Best Cordless Drills You Can Find in 2016

Updated on February 12, 2016

Hitachi DS14DSFL

The powerful engine of this 14.4-volt 1.5 Ah Li-Ion Cordless Drill generates a maximum torque of 34 Nm. In addition, the Quick-Stop brake ensures that the battery drill stops in a short time. There are two batteries and a charger included, you’ll get battery life for a long time. Moreover, charging takes only 40 minutes. After use, the cordless drill can be stored in the supplied carrying case. The flashlight provided is very helpful when working in low light situations.

Pros

  • The machine comes to a stop very quickly with the handy Quick-Stop brake.
  • Comes with two batteries.
  • Empty batteries are fully charged in just 40 minutes.
  • The soft grip makes sure the drill is well in hand even in continuous working.
  • Suitable for all kinds of screw and drilling tasks in wood, metal and aluminum.
  • Comes with a handy storage case and flashlight.

Downsides

  • Looking for a little more power? Take a look at 18 volt machine.
  • There is only 1 bit included.

In the box

  • 14.4 volt 1.5 Ah Li-Ion battery (2x)
  • Charger
  • Suitcase
  • Hitachi DS14DSFL Drill
  • Manual

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DeWalt DCD780C2

The DeWalt DCD780C2 is a powerful 18 volt cordless drill that comes with two Li-Ion batteries of 1.5 Ah. With the 2 speed settings and 14 torque settings, the machine ensures optimum control during both your screw jobs and drilling jobs. The light weight and compact design of the machine is very useful in difficult to reach places. The machine is equipped with an all-metal transmission, which makes it very durable. So you can have years of enjoyment from this powerful DeWalt cordless drill.

The appropriate bits and drilling

For optimal quality of your job and work to get the most out of your machine, it is important to get the right bits and drills to use.

MyDEWALT users-can guarantee their XR machines extended to three years by simply registering on MyDEWALT. Visit the DeWalt website for more information.

DeWalt DCD780C2 Review

Pros

  • Compact and lightweight design for working in confined spaces.
  • Durable. Can be used on all metals
  • LED light with delay mechanism throw a bright light on the matter.
  • Metal belt hook and magnetic holder for convenient storage options.
  • 2 speeds and 14 torque settings for optimum control.
  • Comfortable in your hand: ergonomic handle covered with rubber.

Downsides

  • No bits and drill bits included.
  • 1.5 Ah batteries. Higher amperage provides longer operating time on battery.

More Details and Buying Options

DEWALT DCD795D2 20V XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Hammer Drill Kit

Want to screw and drill in wood, stone and metal? Then a hammer drill is what you are looking for. Want to work wirelessly in addition; you will come out soon with the DeWalt DCD795D2. This 18 volt 2.0 Ah Li-Ion cordless hammer drill is ideal for those who are looking for a convenient power drill. It is equipped with a powerful brushless motor which provides increased efficiency and longer life. Thanks to Li-Ion batteries you enjoy wireless freedom, something you do not see in a hammer drill. The LED lights, belt hook and magnetic bit holder make the DeWalt DCD795D2 complete.

DeWalt DCD795D2 Review

Pros

  • A long service life of the drill guaranteed with the brushless motor.
  • Ideal for drilling, hammer drilling and screwing.
  • Also in dim lighted places, you can work fine with the aid of LED lights.
  • Comes with 2 batteries, belt clip and a handy storage case.
  • Ergonomic rubber grip. Very handy.

Downsides

  • No bits and drill bits included.
  • Not suitable for drilling in concrete.

In the box

  • 18 volt 2.0 Ah Li-Ion battery (2x)
  • XR multi charger 10,8-14,4-18 V XR batteries
  • Belt Hook
  • Magnetic bit holder
  • Sturdy carrying case
  • Adjustable side handle

Hitachi DS10DFL

Hitachi DS10DFL: featherweight champion

Only one kilogram weighed cordless drill from Hitachi. Compared to other machines, you almost do not feel it when you work. This low weight does not mean that he is inferior to other machines in its class. Powered by a 10.8 volt cordless drill with 12 volts peak power, this one is worth the money.

The appropriate bits and drilling

For optimal quality of your job and to get the most out of your machine, it is important to get the right bits and drills to use.

How to use the drill

Pros

  • Comes with two batteries.
  • Empty batteries are fully charged in just 40 minutes.
  • Very light weight. Only 1 kg.
  • Suitable for all kinds of screw and drilling jobs in and around the house.

Downsides

  • Looking for a little more power? Take a look at a 14 volt or 18 volt machine.
  • No bits and drills included in the package.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      Excellent ideas for Father's Day. I think my hubby would really enjoy having one of these newer models. Thanks for the information.

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