Best Electric Drills TechnoBuffalo 2020
For DIY projects and professional jobs alike, few tools are more useful than a good electric drill. Making new holes, driving in screws bolts, or even mixing concrete can be made easier and faster with a handy cordless drill. There's plenty of different kinds of drill depending on the job at hand, but we've narrowed this list down to the most popular types and models.
- Best value: WORX WX176L Switchdriver with Rotating Dual Chucks
- Light & compact: Bosch PS130-2A Ultra-Compact Hammer Drill/Driver
- Best tech: DEWALT Brushless Drill/Driver Kit with Bluetooth
- More torque: Milwaukee 2407-22 Drill Driver Kit
- Extra battery power: BLACK+DECKER LBXR20 Drill Driver
- Best impact driver: DEWALT Impact Driver Kit
- Best rotary hammer drill: DEWALT Rotary Hammer Drill
- Starter set: DEWALT Brushless Drill/Driver
Not only does the WORX WX176L come at an excellent low price, but it's also built with a nifty rotating dual chuck that allows you to change between bits without detaching/re-attaching a thing! Other features include a built-in LED light and a variable two-speed gear train.
The lightest on our list, this compact drill weighs in at just over two pounds. It's great for one-handed jobs and DIY projects that don't require much heavy lifting.
The Bluetooth functionality of this drill makes it an excellent option for large-scale professional projects or tool rental companies. The Bluetooth-enabled drill can be used in combination with the DeWALT app so that contractors and managers can track down the tool at any time.
Here's a lot of power in a small package! With 275 lbs of torque, this Milwaukee can take on tough projects, and it includes a battery, battery charger, and duffel bag.
For longterm jobs, you'll want a long-lasting drill that holds up under pressure. The Black+Decker LBXR20 comes with, not one, but two 20V MAX Lithium-Ion Batteries that can hold a charge for up to 18 months!
For tough jobs that require high torque and incredible force, an impact driver like this model from DeWALT will do the trick. Small and compact, the driver fits into tight spots and has the power to drive large bolts and stubborn screws into any number of materials.
The most powerful of all cordless drills, a rotary hammer drill like this one, will be necessary to drill large, deep holes in stubborn materials like concrete or hard metals. This model is built with a durable brushless motor that delivers 1,100 rpm, and with active vibration control, it won't leave your arm feeling numb.
If this is your first drill purchase, you probably don't have a lot of bits on hand, so this a great starter set. The top-quality brushless drill is durable and powerful, with long-running battery power and LED lights for dark working areas. Included with the purchase, you'll receive a full set of 40 FlexTorq screw-driving bits.
The right drill choice will 100% depend on the kind of jobs you plan to use it for. We're loving the WORX WX176L for versatile jobs that require multiple bit-switches mid-job. Its rotating dual chuck allows you to switch between different bits in milliseconds. This is also the most affordable drill on our list.
If you need a small, lightweight drill for quick fix-ups around the house, go for the Bosch PS130-2A. It's compact but comes at an excellent quality you can count on for years to come. Professional contractors and tool rental companies, on the other hand, may prefer the Bluetooth-enabled DeWALT Brushless Drill so they always know exactly where it is and who's using it. There's plenty of choices here for any handyman (or handywoman!).
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