A cordless drill is a cordless (battery-operated) electric drill. Most are equipped with keyless
chucks, starting at 7.2 volts up to 24 volts or more. Includes Rotary Hammers
large models may have impact, variable-speed, forward and reverse
Helps you do work in constricted areas, that would cause you considerable grief
if you didn't own the tool. It easily reaches into confined wall and
ceiling cavities to bore holes or drive screws.
Includes cordless drills / drivers sets, usually two batteries and a charger unit. These sets
also include drill bits for various surface types and a screwdriver and nut driver
bits. Other related contract tools may also be included.
Cordless Drill / Drivers, powered by the powerful but compact 10,8V Lithium-Ion
batteries. These tools are used by contractors who install cupboards
or DIY enthusiasts who enjoy home projects etc.
Cordless Drill / Drivers, powered by the powerful 14,4V Lithium-Ion batteries.
These tools are selected for DIY and economy industrial market
ranges or for those on a tight budget
18V Li-Ion Cordless Drill / Drivers, powered by powerful 18V Lithium-Ion batteries
Cutting edge technology that is applied to these cordless tools makes
them ideal for site where endurance and strength is required.
NiCad Drill / Drivers are powered by nickel-cadmium (NiCd) battery packs. Over the
past years there has been a wave of interest in nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) units
Manufacturers claimed these new batteries delivered more power
Come with an industrial "SDS Plus" chuck. These go-anywhere tools bore fearlessly
into concrete or punch holes through timber. Some models have a hammer
only mode that allow you to chip off hardened concrete or crack rock