Choose The Black And Decker Drill That Powers Your Job
Certain brand names are synonymous with quality. Tide is to detergent as Black and Decker is to power tools. You can feel confident that your power tools are backed by a reputable company offering warranties and replacements should there be any unlikely issues or recalls. Specifically, we are going to discuss the Black and Decker drill. You need to determine the proper drill for your needs with the power level to assure that you get the job done in a timely and efficient manner. Having the proper tools for a job is crucial to the success of your project.
One of the most commonly asked questions in regards to drills is the power of a cordless versus the power of a corded. Both are electric drills but the cordless uses rechargeable batteries instead of electricity. Both will give you powerful torque. Black and Decker drills offer a variety of both types. The cordless is usually more expensive but gives you added flexibility and versatility. It can be used anywhere regardless of power source. The corded drill has a longer endurance but must be used where you have access to electricity. It is considered the stronger work horse of the two. Many people prefer to own both.
The power of a cordless drill is measured in voltage where the power of an electric is measured in amps. The higher the numbers, the more powerful the torque strength. Don't consider the lower voltage a toy, sometimes the lower is the best tool for a particular job. You'll find Black and Decker drills from 12 volts up to 24 volts. The higher voltage is very impressive, powering through lumber and flooring with ease. As an additional option many people who own a cordless choose to purchase the VPX battery system, offering the break through lithium-ion technology or the Firestorm battery charger, specializing in fast recharging to get you back on the job in a flash.
The drill driver is the part of the drill that is used for driving screws. Your Black and Decker drill will come with a variety of drill bits specially designed for drilling different diameter holes and for a variety of screw heads. Many of the cordless such as the Black & Decker XD1200K come with a swivel feature allowing you up to five setting positions for added versatility. Remember "Tim the Tool-man Taylor" who thought more horsepower was always the answer? Many times that led to disaster. Choose your drill based on your project, not just for maximum power.
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