Everyone should have a screwdriver or drill in the home. A drill is smart to have if you have to hang a picture, screw your new furniture together or for different repairs in the house.
When choosing a drill/screwdriver, it is important to look at your needs. If you only have to drill a couple of times a year, a cheap machine will fit your needs well. However, if you have plans to renovate the house or are going to work professionally, it would be a good idea to buy a quality machine designed to provide long service life, precision and robustness.
Most machines are now cordless, which makes it even easier to perform drilling or screwing tasks. The cheap models come with a built-in battery while the slightly more expensive and professional machines come with replaceable batteries. In professional language, a cordless battery is called accu, which is an abbreviation for the word accumulator of the same meaning.
There are many advantages to buying a drill/driver with a replaceable battery. Most brands today make many different products, all of which are compatible with the same battery. For example, if you buy a drill with a 2 Ah battery, you can use the battery in your hedge trimmer, sander, etc. If your needs change over time, you can also buy more or bigger batteries for your machines. You can also save money when you buy a new machine as most models can be purchased without battery. You therefore no longer need to purchase a new battery with each of your machines.
We have a wide range of screw machines, drills and impact drills as well as drill hammers and impulse drivers from major manufacturers like Bosch, DeWalt, Makita, Black & Decker and Ryobi. If you plan to purchase a battery-powered drill/driver, it is a good idea to see which other tools and garden machines are compatible with that particular battery series. You can see if different machines use the same battery under "accessories" on the product page. You can also contact our support and ask for help or take a look at the manufacturer's website.
Are you unsure about the type of drill/driver to choose?
Read more about the various benefits below
A screwdriver is a less powerful version of a drill. A screwdriver is designed to screw as the name indicates and can drill holes in soft materials like wood.
A drill is more powerful than a screwdriver and is the most common machine to buy for private use. The drill can drill into more materials such as wood, steel and mortar.
An impact drill is intended for drilling in hard materials. Unlike a screwdriver and drill, the impact drills hammers while it drills. This means that you can drill into hard materials like bricks, concrete and tiles. The model is available either with battery or in a wired version. The wired version is often cheaper than the battery model. As the machine can pull power directly from the wall, you will be able to get a more powerful machine.
A drill hammer is similar to an impact drill in many areas. In contrast to an impact drill, hammering by means of two rotating discs, the drill hammer strikes by means of pneumatics, which in everyday language is called compressed air. As a drill hammer provides thorough torque, the machine is better suited for tasks where you would otherwise use a chisel. For example, to remove tiles, shingles or slates. A drill hammer can of course still drill in brick and reinforced concrete.
An impulse driver is intended for tasks where high power is required. Compared to a drill, an impulse driver provides significantly more Nm. An impulse driver has a larger opening and runs at a fixed speed (Nm).
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