An in-depths analysis and reviews of the different cordless drill market segments. Covering low-voltage cordless screwdrivers, mid-size 12 Volt battery drills to heavy duty 18 Volt and above power drills.
The cordless hammer drill action is nowadays found on many drills. When first introduced on cordless drills, the hammer movement was not very powerful or a very reliable feature. With improvements in power cell technology and popularity of cordless batteries, and the hammer feature cordless drills has received greater and greater esteem. Let's look at the cordless hammer drill to see if it is really a viable alternative for a professional woodworker
A extended look into battery drills major components, such as mechanical gear and how important it can be to professionals. With a further look into serviceability of the motor and the ergonomics of housing and handle on a high tech battery cordless drill.
In our cordless drill review series let's have a look at the cordless drill batteries, one of the most important single components of a battery drill. When it comes to decide which is the right cordless drill for your needs, the main question starts on deciding " How many Volts a Cordless Drill Battery should have? "
In our circular saw review series let's have a look at the cordless circular saw with a view to deciding on a personal viable alternative to the corded saw.The cordless circular saw market is sub divided into three major types as well as depth of cut categories.
In our circular saw ratings and review series we go ahead and analyze important features you should check before you decide buying any saw.
Out of the huge variety of Makita Batteries its not that easy to choose the right one. Basically there are two types of batteries currently on the market. Stick- type and Knob-type Batteries. As a rule of thumb the stick type Makita batteries where used for the older models, whilst the knob type battery is used for the later models with mid handle.