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Power 18v Cordless Drill

Three Versions Of A Power 18V Cordless Drill


Buying a quality drill can mean the difference between drilling a hole in a couple of seconds, or having to take numerous bits to drill one single hole. One type of drill that many people are starting to buy more and more is the cordless drill. They are easy to take anywhere with you to do almost any job, and with the right type of battery, have about the same amount of power as a drill that you plug in the wall. Probably one of the best drills out there on the market today is the power 18v cordless drill. There are a number of different companies who make this drill including; Dewalt, Hitachi, Black and Decker, Makita, and Bosch.

The first power 18v cordless drill we will discuss is the lithium-ion impact drill/driver kit sold by Bosch. This drill runs right around $400, and gives its users the power to fasten like an impact, with the drilling and driving power of a drill and driver all in one tool. The best feature on this drill is, of course, the lithium-ion battery that powers the unit. As we all know, lithium-ion batteries are by far the best batteries to power any type of cordless tool or appliance.

Power 18v Cordless Drill

Another quality power 18v cordless drill is the 1/2 inch compact drill and driver kit sold by Dewalt. Now, this drill does not necessarily have the charge time like a drill with a lithium-ion battery would have, but it is very compact and can easily handle all of the jobs that a larger cordless drill could do. The kicker that really sells this drill as much as the Bosch lithium-ion drill is that it sells for about half the price. It comes with two rechargeable batteries and a charger.

The last power 18v cordless drill we will discuss is the lithium-ion hammer drill by Hitachi. This drill provides all of the charge time that comes with a lithium-ion battery, while still carrying a very good price. The thing that hurts it is that it does not have as many features like the Bosch drill has. However, like all three of these drills, it will help you get any job done.

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