But forget NiCad batteries, you really do want Li-Ion batteries, which aren’t cheap, but will pay for themselves in the long term. We’re home to a fantastic community of MoneySavers but anyone can post. We often link to other websites, but we can’t be responsible for their content. But as I say, a decent Li-On powered cordless is going to be more than your stated budget – so on the whole I’d say go for a mains-powered corded drill. The other thing to consider is battery life, they don’t last forever and some don’t like being left discharged which can be a problem if you’re only using it occasionally. But they’re not good for driving in screws. Lol , User friendliness , sturdiness and durability , just to make things easy for me?
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For the best all round drill a corded hammer drill might be what you need but it isn’t as terrtek as a cordless if for instance you want it to help you assemble flatpack furniture. Latest MSE weekly email 2: Jonesya View public profile Send private message Find more posts View all thanked posts.
But I found that I used a 6mm bit an cordlesx lot. But they’re not good for driving in screws. Users saying Thanks 1. Martin’s Twitter Wonderful to hear its arriving in schools: If a forum post breaks our rules please click “report” on the post or email the post link to forumteam moneysavingexpert.
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We hope you like it! They tend to be low quality, will be blunt after a few uses, and you’ll end up with loads of bits that you never use.
As long as they are the right type they will fit into the appropriate drill regardless of who manufactured the drill bit.
Hi, Hope you can give me some advice in 2 parts please. The drills you’ve listed will put together furniture ok and drill through wood and plasterboard but are going to be rubbish at anything more than that. We hope you enjoy using it to save lots of money.
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I agree to abide by the Forum Rules. Popular on MSE 1: Have a Forum account? Otherwise when you decide to do a lot of DIY particularly if you are drilling into masonry you will end up buying another drill.
The first questions should be what are you drilling into and what do you want to do with your drill and how often?
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To get the most out of the site and to ensure guides display correctly, we suggest upgrading your browser now. Also drill bits are just drill bits. I agree, for occasional use you’re better off with a corded drill as any cordless drill with NiCad or NiMh rechargeable batteries won’t like standing out of use and fail after a few years.
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After doing a bit of research and as they have also got customer reviewsalong with the right price range, the following 5 have caught my attention: Personally I wouldn’t buy any of the drills you listed. I agree with all of the above comments.
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