Drills are available in many shapes and sizes, but choosing the right tool for the job is essential. A cordless drill driver is great for fastening and basic non-masonry drilling, while a hammer drill does the same job and also tackles masonry and brickwork. A SDS Plus drill packs the most power for more heavy duty work such as chiseling and tough drilling. For freedom from cords and extension cables go for cordless, but if you’re working with dense materials, a corded drill can get the toughest jobs done quickly with less effort.
BDCDC18KST-GB18V Lithium-ion Smart Tech Drill Driver
KR5010-IN550W Single Speed Hammer Drill (10 mm)
KR5010V-IN550W Variable Speed Hammer Drill (10 mm)