- About Cordless Drills (2)
About Cordless Drills (2)
- By Joe R. Maldonado
- Published 04/26/2012
Drills are a standard in all tool kits and it is a wise household that keeps one on hand for emergencies. Cordless drills are all the rage now and with good reason they allow you to take the drill unencumbered into places that are difficult to access. They are also great in areas where there is limited availability of electrical outlets.
If you read reviews for cordless drills most often you will see names like, Milwaukee, DeWalt, Makita and Black&Decker. That is because they make some of the finest cordless drills around and they are sold all over the planet. They are the leaders in a large field of racers.
A cordless drill will make a great gift for any man that is into doing home repairs and construction. A lot of wives, girlfriends and significant others will give a gift certificate to a hardware store and the lucky recipient will come home with a cordless drill. It doesn’t matter if they already have one they are always looking for the latest and the greatest. The gift certificate makes certain that you do not make
The model number BDF452HW in the Makita line is known around the world as a workhorse. The cordless drill has a two speed metal transmission that is surprisingly hard working in such a compact drill. It boasts the use of the newest lithium-ion battery packs and is a real dynamo on the job. It weighs in at just around 3.5 pounds and is only 8inches in length. This drill is nothing less than miraculous in that it works so well to be so small. A welcome addition to any tool box.
If you are looking for that special cordless drill for a special someone you cannot pass over the DeWalt DC759KA a heavy-duty 18-volt nickel-cadmium powered marvel. This 1/2-inch cordless drill also works double duty as a driver. It weighs in at 5pounds and has the power to make even tough jobs go by quickly. It delivers a full 380 watts of high efficiency torque to every job.
The Milwaukee two tool combo package would also be well received by any hobbyist or professional. It too uses the new lithium-ion batteries. The kit includes a ¼ inch hex compact impact component that allows the owner to tackle a variety of jobs without changing anything but the bits.
So there you have it three of the best cordless drills in town. You can find them online or at a store near you.