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Make holes of all sizes with an assortment of power drills. Choose the flexibility and convenience of a cordless drill, which you can take anywhere without worrying about a nearby power source. Opt for a corded drill if you want the reliability of an electrical power source over batteries that need recharged. Drill pilot holes, insert screws or remove screws with the convenience of a power drill.
Efficient A power drill makes quick work of drilling holes and inserting screws. Drilling a pilot hole with a power drill makes it easier to place screws in walls or wood. Screws go into the hole much faster than hand screwing with a screwdriver. Most drills have a reverse function with a simple switch that allows you to remove screws just as easily without the aggravation of a manual screwdriver.
Versatility Drill bit sets come in various sizes and in both Phillips and flat head ends, allowing you to find just the right bit for the job. The one tool takes the place of several different screwdrivers. The varying sizes and easily interchangeable drill bits allow you to tackle a wide variety of jobs. Use larger bits to drill large pilot holes. With a wide range of drill options, you can choose one with the amount of power necessary based on the scope of your drill use.
Specialty Applications Power drills offer additional attachments for specialty uses, including sanding drums, paint and concrete mixers, and brush bits. This allows you to turn your drill into a multipurpose tool for numerous tasks. A sanding drum attached to the drill allows you to sand rounded edges. A mixing tool makes it easy to stir paint or mix concrete. Brush bits remove rust from metal. MoreLess