Black & Decker LDX112C
Lowe’s sells it for $49 with one electric battery. With only one battery, it will end up on the battery charger in the middle of a project.
This drill is not for massive drilling, the chuck does not grab well and bits tend to rotate, but it is quite practical and light! For massive job I still prefer a 120 volt drill.
I acquired this drill to replace an older Black & Decker drill. The battery completely makes the drill a far better buy !!
Nice little drill/driver baby a great price.
This is a lightweight drill electric motor, definitely for the residence user. Functions terrific with hex kind drills and littles. Forget utilizing this drill with conventional drill littles, the chuck slips easily, no matter just how hard the chuck is tightened up (even with tools).
I was extremely stunned by the efficiency of this lightweight drill. I historically get best and top cordless drills, but when my old batteries stop charging, I determined to any best cordless drill.
DEWALT Bare-Tool DCD950B 12-Inch
I bought this drill to replace an older Black & Decker drill. Forget when it comes to using this drill with regular drill little bits, the chuck slips easily, no issue how hard the chuck is tightened up (even with tools).
I historically get high-end cordless drills, but when my Makita 12V electric batteries would not hold a fee, I chose to acquire something less pricey.
I bought the 950 as a second 18V Dewalt cordless to sustain my job in homebuilding/remodeling and furniture making. It is a work equine although a bit massive when you use it for extended durations particularly overhead. The brand-new 950 is a job horse as well and is made a little sturdier with the steel drive train.
Anyway, this new drill is rather a step forward also from that. Lots of power, could conveniently send a 1/2′ drill bit via 8 inches of wood. I especially like the chuck on this one. To loosen / tighten, you simply have to understand the chuck with one hand and the drill body with the various other hand.