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I have 3 Dewalt 18 volt cordless drivers / drill. Two of them are the heavier duty impact drill type with 3 speeds...one is the more basic (older) 2 speed no impact.
I would recommend it in a minute. Look at the reviews...it has better than 95% five star ratings.
If you want to get a "newer tech" version the Lithium ion ones will have better battery life. but at nearly 3 times the cost.
I have found some good deals at Amazon.
In fact that is why I use them. I have lots of people working for me from time to time. When they do not have their own tools, rather then giving them by Bosch or Makita equipment, I give them
Their basic drill works like a charm. Can drill lots of holes, or can drive lots of screws as well. Perfect for the weekend warrior.
Ryobi is a private label of Home Depot as is their Rigid line of power tools......both made by Black and Decker/DeWalt.
I use the hammer drill feature to mount transformer to brick and concrete walls. Great
In metro Atlanta, Lowes is selling the Bosch drill for $159.00 and is a great value, for the price, when compared to all others.
Just my humble opinion
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As the battery gets older, they do not last as long and are not cheap to replace. Unless you use it frequently and are in to pumping iron, I keep reaching for the lighter weight drill and the
Also, most power tools are designed for a man's hand. When buying power tools, I go with a reputable brand that is the most comfortable in MY hand. A lot of the contractors laugh at my "girl tools". But guess who they come to when they need to borrow something!!! LOL
other common complaints are its lack of power and torque or clutch ability. In my book the extra 20 bucks is well worth it.
I do have a very small 4.5 volt "baby" ryobi...which is handy for small detail work...you just need to know that its primary role is driving small hardware type screw...installing a deck screw? forget it.
You can also look at Craftsman Nextec Drills. http://youtu.be/sblqTqiRGdA Check it out here. Affordable price and a diverse battery platform to power other tools.
My wife is petite, but loves to work with me on home improvement projects. We went out last fall and searched around for a good drill/driver for her. The one she selected was the DeWalt