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✅ TOP 5: Best Cordless Drill 2019

✅ TOP 5: Best Cordless Drill 2019

Even if you’re not an avid DIY fan, it’s good
to have a drill at home to help hang pictures or shelves and perform other small tasks more
easily. Using a power tool can save you lots of time
and can prevent hand and wrist aches versus using a screwdriver to sink screws. And for drilling holes, there’s really no
viable alternative to using a drill. Try using a manual drill once and you’ll agree. Therefore, if you want to have any sort of
properly stocked home when it comes to tools, a drill/driver is a must. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best cordless drill on the market, we have included links in the description for best cordless drill for the money
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off with the best overall Cordless
drill we have the DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Compact Drill. The DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Compact Drill/Driver
is a perfect everyman’s tool. It’s priced in range for most budgets, it
will last for years even with regular use, and it’s suitable for most drilling and driving
projects that are likely to arise in your average household. With the right bit, this drill can power down
through lumber, concrete, sheet metal, and more. It can be set to operate in two different
speed ranges, with the option for speeds between zero and 450 revolutions per minute, which
is perfect for precision drilling, or at up to 1,500 RPM, which will help you make short
work of even tougher materials like masonry. The drill’s 16 clutch settings help you control
the amount of force you bring to bear, helping prevent accidental damage to surfaces or hardware. Also, the drill comes with two 20-volt battery
packs, a charger, and a bag that’s perfect for transport and storage. With more than 2,900 reviews on Amazon, the
DeWalt 20V MAX Cordless Compact Drill/Driver has a stellar 4.6-star average. A gentleman named Joseph reports that he used
his drill extensively over the course of a year and reported “no issues whatsoever” with
this “great product.” An owner named Stephen called it a “very nice
tool” at a “very nice price.” A writer with ToolGuyd.com recommended this
DeWalt drill because it’s powerful and lightweight. A ProToolReview.com write up praised its “performance
and speed,” calling it suitable for professional use. Personally, after buying a DeWalt measuring
tape more than a decade ago, I have never bought another measuring tape, because the
thing still works perfectly. My DeWalt drill, unfortunately, got lost it
in the shuffle of a major renovation project. However, as soon as the other drill I got
as a stopgap fails me, I’ll probably go right back to DeWalt. Next up we have the best low-cost cordless
drill which goes to the Black + Decker LDX120C Cordless Drill. You can get a cordless drill for less than
$45, but you shouldn’t. The cheapest drill we recommend is the Black
+ Decker LDX120C Cordless Drill. Most cordless drills that cost less than this
one are so cheap in quality that you’ll either get a tool that’s not suitable for the tasks
at hand or that will break quickly. Or worse, it will be both underpowered and
lacking in durability. While the Black + Decker drill we recommend
is affordable, it’s not a cheap tool. This drill/driver has an 11-position clutch,
offering plenty of torque control for most applications. Its maximum RPM speed of 650 is notably lower
than you get with many tools, but that’s suitable rotation for most DIY projects. A built-in LED light helps to illuminate your
working space whenever the trigger is depressed, while the drill’s modest 3.25-pound weight
minimizes strain and fatigue even if said workspace is overhead. While it’s probably not the right choice for
the professional framer who needs to sink thousands of screws through 2 by 12s, this
is definitely the right tool for a discerning but budget-conscious amateur carpenter or
hobbyist. In case you want more than one man’s opinion,
3,700-plus people have given this tool an average of a 4.5-star rating on Amazon. One satisfied DIY builder reported using his
Black + Decker LDX120C drill “to build a large deck,” a project which involved driving “over
2,000 screws.” Another owner called it a “perfect drill for
many uses” around the home. A ToolAndGo.com article called this drill
“powerful, compact, and lightweight” and suitable for drilling into most materials. A Reviews by Tiger video review said this
drill easy to use and effective for “light duty” projects. Up next we have the best cordless drill kit
which goes to the Cartman 2-Speed Drill/Driver Kit. Now, to be clear, the Cartman 2-Speed Drill/Driver
is not a top quality tool likely to last for years of heavy use. And speaking of heavy use, this probably isn’t
the right drill for anyone who regularly deals with tile, stone, brick, or other tough materials. But for anyone who needs a drill and doesn’t
already own basic drilling or driving accessories, this is a great choice. The kit comes with six different drill bits
and six different screwdriver bits, so you’ll quickly go from being someone with no drill
at all to someone with a drill accompanied by all the basic hardware needed for most
common drilling and driving tasks. And while this drill doesn’t necessarily deliver
the same amount of power as some of its larger and more expensive counterparts, it has an
impressive 21 different clutch positions, so you can set your torque level to perfectly
match the type of material into which you’re drilling and to minimize the chance of stripping
a screw’s head. The included molded plastic carrying and storage
case protects the drill and charger and keeps all your various bits organized and accessible. This handy and affordable drill kit scores
a fine 4.2 out of five-star average among Amazon buyers. One owner loved the “very bright” built-in
light, while another called it “small but perfect for daily use” around the home. A TopGoodsForHome.com writer called this drill
a great choice “for drilling wood” and “extremely easy to use,” but did note that it was not
suitable “for professional use.” A TopTenReviewPro.com write up highlighted
the Cartman drill’s “variable speed” control options, which allow for “efficient drilling.” Next we have the best cordless drill for masonry
which goes to the Makita XPH102 Hammer Driver-Drill. Like all drill/drivers, a hammer drill is
a tool that spins a bit around super fast, boring holes or sinking screws as needed. But unlike a standard drill, a hammer drill
incorporates a rapid back and forth thrusting motion while its bit revolves. This hammering action helps to pulverize hard
materials, like concrete, stone, brick, and mortar, so you can more quickly and easily
drill into such surfaces. First off, this is a reliable, durable tool
that’s yours for a more than fair price. It is rugged enough for professional use and
is sealed to resist damage from dust and water, both common factors on a worksite. The Makita XPH102 can whirl at up to 1,900
revolutions per minute, which is a great deal faster than most of the tools on our list. But perhaps even more impressive than the
RPMs are the BPMs or blows per minute. This hammer drill can pound out an astonishing
28,500 small but effective taps per minute, greatly easing the process of drilling into
literally rock solid materials. And finally, while many 18-volt Lithium-Ion
batteries take several hours to reach a full charge, the 3.0Ah battery you get with this
drill charges to capacity in just 30 minutes, so you can spend more time working, less time
waiting. With hundreds of reviews posted by owners,
the Makita XPH102 Hammer Driver-Drill has a solid 4.5-star average rating. A customer named Jeff called it a “great drill”
with “plenty of power [and] a long lasting battery.” A user named Samantha called it a “great price
for a great product.” A Popular Mechanics review said the drill
is “well-balanced” and it’s comfortable to hold. In a review from DrillingBoss.com, the writer
called it a “compact workhorse that provides proper torque and speed.” And for our last pick we have the best compact
cordless drill which goes to the Bosch PS31-2A 12-Volt Drill/Driver. The Bosch PS31-2A 12-Volt Drill/Driver weighs
just 2.14 pounds. That’s a full 33% less than the next lightest
weight tool on our list. You can use this drill for hours on end, whether
you’re working overhead on the rafters or bent underneath the kitchen sink, and your
arms and hands will never get tired. And thanks to its compact size, even when
you are working in a cramped area like under the sink or in a crawlspace, you will be able
to maneuver the drill about as needed. With that small size does come some loss of
power, of course. This drill’s maximum RPM rating of 1,300 is
lower than that of most drills, and its maximum torque output of 265 inch-pounds is on the
lower side, too. But here’s the thing: Most DIY repairs and
projects don’t need more speed or power than that. For drilling into wood, drywall, thin sheet
metal (like air ducts), or various composite materials, this tool is more than adequate. It’s perfectly capable when it comes to sinking
screws, too. Its 20 clutch settings help you avoid damaging
hardware, while a bright light helps illuminate your work area. A power gauge on the side of the tool lets
you know how much battery life you have left. This little drill scores big in buyer reviews. It’s a 4.5-star rated tool which one owner
calls “just a great drill/driver.” Another is more verbose, saying the Bosch
PS31-2A is “strong, relatively quiet, relatively light in the hand, fits in smaller spaces,
[is] powerful, easy to handle,” and it goes on like that for a while. A write up from The Wirecutter calls this
compact drill “the lightest, most compact drill” its testers had ever used, and “also
among the strongest.” A ToolGuyd.com review called it “ridiculously
lightweight.” So that sums up our top cordless drills of
2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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6 comments found

  1. I made fun of my girlfriends Black and Decker she got from Walmart about 10 years ago. I have abused that thing and it still works like a champ lol. Meantime i've gone through 2 DeWalts and a Ryobi.

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