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If you are into do-it-yourself home improvement projects, the drill is an invaluable tool in your toolkit. The right drill can accomplish a lot of work around the home. What are the things you need to consider when choosing a drill? Read on to find out more below.

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NO GST!!! Purchase 1 SET Milwaukee M12 CPD 402 C ,and GET FREE 1 unit Milwaukee Impact driver M12 BID-0 bare tool FREE 5M Milwaukee Measuring tape Features Milwaukee® designed and built brushless POWERSTATE™ motor for up to 10x longer motor life, up to 2x more power and up to 2x more run time. REDLINK PLUS™ intelligence system delivers the most advanced digital overload protection for tool and battery and uniquely enhances the tool performance under load. REDLITHIUM-ION™ battery pack delivers up to 2x more run time, up to 20% more power, up to 2x more battery life and operates better down to -20°C than other lithium-ion technologies. Individual battery cell monitoring optimises tool run time and ensures long term pack durability. First 13 mm metal chuck in this class for quick bit changes and bit retention. Fuel gauge displays remaining charge. Brightest LED workspace illumination. Flexible battery system: works with all Milwaukee® M12™ batteries. Specifications Voltage 12 V No load speed gear 1 0 - 450 rmp No load speed gear 2 0 - 1,700 rpm Chuck caacity 13 mm Max. drilling masonry 13 mm Max. drilling steel 13 mm Max. drilling wood 25 mm Max. percussion rate 25,500 bpm Max. torque 44 Nm Weight 1.5 kg M12™ Sub Compact Impact Driver Bare (M12BID-0) FEATURES Milwaukee Impact Mechanism delivers 112 Nm of torque 0-2,500 RPM for increased fastening speed New ergonomic handle design for increased comfort On-board battery fuel gauge displays remaining run time SPECIFICATIONS Voltage 12V Length 165mm Peak Torque 112 Nm No Load Speed 0-2,500 RPM No Load IPM 0-3,300 Tool Reception 1/4 Hex Double End Bit Box Contains 1 x M12CPD-402C compact percussion drill 2 x M12B4 12 v 4.0Ah REDLithium batteries 1 x charger 1 x carry case

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DEWALT DCD776C2A 18V 1.3AH CORDLESS HAMMER DRILL ( FOC 109 PCS ACCESSORIES) FEATURES - 18V XR Li-Ion compact drill driver featuring XR 1.3Ah Li-Ion battery technology. - 13 mm single sleeve chuck and spindle lock for quick and easy bit change with one hand. - Two speed settings, variable speed and reverse switch for maximum control. - Intelligent trigger design allows for total control of application. - 16 Position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes. - Drill Driver and Hammer settings for multiple applications. - Bright white LED with delay feature for improved visibility and flashlight functionality. - Improved ergonomic design and rubber grip increases user comfort. - Multi-voltage charger for all XR Li-Ion slide pack batteries. - Part of the intelligent XR Lithium Ion Series designed for efficiency and making applications faster. SPECIFICATIONS - Voltage : 18 V - Battery Capacity : 1.3 Ah - Chuck Capacity : 13 mm - Power Output : 300 Watts - No Load Speed : 0-450/1500 rpm - Beats per Minute : 0-7650/25500 bpm - Max Torque : 42 Nm - Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood] : 30 mm - Max. Drilling Capacity [Metal] : 13 mm - Max. Drilling Capacity [Masonry] : 13 mm - Weight : 1.72 kg - Length : 228 mm - Height : 191 mm - Width : 53 mm - Battery chemistry : XR Li-Ion WHAT'S IN THE BOX -2 x 1.3Ah XR Li-Ion battery -1 x Battery charger -1 x Heavy duty kit box -1 x F.O.C 109 pieces accessories

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Milwaukee SDS Cordless Impact Drill M12 FUEL CH 602C 12V
RM 1,338.00 RM 1,999.00

Package Buy Milwaukee Cordless Impact Drill M12 FUEL CH 602C 12V C/W 2x battery and 1x charger Get Free 1X Milwaukee Cordless drill M12 FUEL C-PDO (bare tool) (Total Worth RM941.28) New to the Milwaukee Fuel range. 12 volt compact Fuel SDS dual mode (rotary or rotary + hammer) hammer drill. Supplied with 2 x 4.0ah Li-ion batteries and charger. Milwaukee® designed and built brushless POWERSTATE™ motor for up to 3x longer motor life and up to 2x more power½ Superior power to weight ratio in its class 1.1 J EPTA 2-mode operation: choose rotary hammer or rotation only for maximum versatility REDLINK PLUS™ intelligence system delivers the most advanced digital overload protection for tool and battery and uniquely enhances the tool performance under load Low vibration value of 4.3 m/s² Optimised hammer drilling up to 6 - 10 mm (max 13 mm) Powerful 12 V motor delivers 0 - 900 RPM and 0 - 6200 BPM for superior performance REDLITHIUM-ION™ battery pack delivers up to 2x more run-time, up to 20% more power, up to 2x more battery life and operates better down to -18°C than other lithium-ion technologies 43 mm neck size - compatible with M12 DE dust extractor Features: Redlink Intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger Electro-pneumatic mechanism drills up to 5/8 in. holes in poured concrete and masonry Powerful 12V motor delivers 0 - 900 RPM and 0 - 6,200 BPM for superior performance Compact, lightweight design allows you to work comfortably in tight spaces and all day 2-Mode operation lets the user choose from rotary hammer or rotation only for maximum versatility LED Light illuminates the work surface

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Power Drill Buying Guide for Your Home

A power drill is one of the most useful tools to have in your toolkit at home. Drills are available in a wide range of styles and many of them have extended functions besides merely drilling holes. Hence, there are several considerations that you need to keep in mind when choosing a drill.

Power of the Drill

Before you need a drill based on its power, you need to determine what tasks you will be using it for. The power on cordless drills in measured in volts and usually range from around 7V to 24V. A lower-powered model can handle light-drilling and can perform the functions of a cordless screwdriver while a high-power drill is typically used to tackle the toughest challenges in a home project. You need to be mindful though that a more powerful model is larger and heavier. Hence, a 12V to 18V drill is sufficient to handle most home projects.

On the other hand, corded drills are measured in watts but their usage is same as cordless units. High wattage models give more power to drill through hard objects and reduce the risk of overheating but at the expense of being heavier and harder to handle.

Cordless vs Corded

The next consideration is whether you should get a corded or cordless unit; both types have respective advantages. Cordless drills are convenient and more portable than its corded counterparts, hence they are best if you need to use them in different places. However, their battery life tends to be short so their battery might be drained easily if you are drilling through tougher materials. Fortunately, most cordless drills are sold with two batteries so that you can use one while charging the other. Moreover, lithium-ion batteries that provide longer chargers and stronger performance are also available nowadays.

Although they are not as portable as cordless drills, corded drills are more reliable as the mains provide them with a consistent amount of electricity. Hence, they will not lag like cordless models with a low battery.

Drill Size and Weight

The size and weight of power drills available today vary greatly. Some might face difficulty to sustain drilling on heavier units as they can be unstable if you do not have enough strength to handle it. Besides the weight, the size of the drill is also important. Small drills will be more comfortable and easier to use in small spaces compared to the bulkier models.


Any tool should be comfortable when you use it, especially after prolonged periods of usage. The design of the drill will affect how a drill will feel after you have used it for hours. Although drills come in several designs, the T-handle style is generally preferred. These drills have handles that are located near the middle of the drill body. This design enables the weight to be distributed, providing better balance and less strain on the wrist.