Cordless Drills: The Top Three

There are so many repairs and remodeling jobs that you could do on your home, your room or your office. You can either employ some people to do it for you or you can do it yourself. With power tools in abundance, there's no reason why you will not have enough muscle power to improve the look of your home or your office. Of all the power tools in the lot, it's the cordless drill that are of the utmost importance.

Here are a few things to look at with regard to shopping for the perfect cordless drills. First, there's the volts. This actually means the power the drill has. You also have to look into the ampere or how long the battery of the cordless one will have and also the type of batter. It can either be Ni-CD or Ni-MH. You also have to check into the electronic brake. It's how the drill bit can stop immediately.

As for the mechanical gear, the best one to get is something that's two position. You will not only be using your cordless drills for woodworking and that's why you would need to have the ability switch torque and variable speed settings in your drill.

Other things to look for in a good drill is the keyless chuck, a 15-minute fast charger, a switch that goes backward as well as forward and of course, and a drill that has the hammer action.

Of all the brands and models of drills out in the market today, it's the Craftsman 19.2V, the DeWalt 18V DC927 and the Hitachi 18V DS 18DL that are the top three.

For the first brand, you have the shortest cordless drill. Because of its size, it's a very agile tool. You have a gauge to tell you how much longer the battery can last and it also has a work light on the base of the handle.

For the DeWalt cordless drills, these types of drills are very easy to handle. You can do your boring and your driving chops because it's got a smooth turning clutch ring and also a three speed transmission.

The Hitachi brand puts up its flat with regard to boring holes and driving screws. With the pivoting work light, it's easier for you to see what you're boring a hole into. You can also extend battery life with the power limiting switch.

If you have to have the best of cordless drills, you have the top three to choose from now.