Now that you have read through the overview of the most important features of a good cordless drill, we have attached specific applications where models from different price ranges and with certain features are best suited.
Cordless drill for rare screwing jobs : If you rarely have to work with a cordless drill, models from the lowest price range should be sufficient for you. These tools are available for you from £ 50, a good example being the cordless drills from the manufacturer Tacklife, some of which we presented to you in more detail above in the overview of the best tools.
Of course, you should always make sure you have enough accessories. After all, you want to use your cordless drill flexibly, so that different drills should be available for many different applications.
Cordless drill for hobby craftsmen : As an ambitious do-it-yourselfer, however, you should rely on a branded device from the price range up to £ 100. Here you benefit from a powerful engine that offers very good performance. In addition, the accessories are also quite extensive, not only regarding the batteries supplied, but also the charger, with which you can supply the memory with energy.
Cordless drill for professional craftsmen : Real professionals, on the other hand, should definitely rely on models from the manufacturers Bosch (Professional series), Makita or DeWalt. Adequate torque is also very important in order to achieve the best possible results in all regular applications. The same applies to practical accessories, which the tool box supplied should also have.