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Power tools are very everywhere these days and with so many types to choose from, you could be forgiven for being a little confused when making a choice. The thing is though, if you do not plan to use your power drill very much, do you really need to spend a lot of money buying an expensive model? Well, first of all, let’s take a look at what you want from your power drill. Our website provides info on  review

Are you an avid DIY enthusiast or do you just fix or maintain things as and when required? If you plan to do a lot of work with your power drill and require it to do different jobs, choosing one that is robust and capable of doing what you want will save you money in the long run. There is no point in choosing one that cannot stand up to the work you are expecting to do with it, so it might be best to buy one that has been aimed at the professional market. Whereas if you just mend and maintain from time to time, one that is a little less technical would be more suitable.

Power drills come in many forms and some are multi-tools that can do several jobs. One thing I would say, is that when you are choosing one, choose one that has variable speeds and is reversible. Whether you have a corded or cordless one is down to personal preference but remember that batteries go flat so if you are going to take the cordless route, buy an extra battery pack. Power and weight go together and the more powerful the drill the heavier it will be, so if you find it difficult to handle weighty items, buying one that is a comfortable weight is very important. The power will be stated in volts which generally ranges from 10.8V to 18V.

The thing about cheap things is that they tend to be poorly made from inferior components. However, just because something is expensive does not automatically mean it is good quality. No doubt you will have a budget for your power tool and it would be a good idea to look at the range that is available within this price range. If you can, look at the items, pick them up and hold them in your hands so that you get an idea of what they feel like. Look at the quality of the components, is the steel smooth and shiny or is it pimpled, rough and has obvious joins. Good quality steel will always feel very smooth and have a good weight to it. Check out the drill bits, these will give you a very good indication as to the quality of the equipment. Poorly made drill bits will be weak and could break when you are using them, so if in doubt, buy a separate pack of high quality drill bits. The well known brands such as DeWalt, Bosch, Black and Decker, Sealey and Draper have a wide range of power tools to suit most budgets. These brands are world renowned and have built their reputation on producing high quality goods.

Spend a little time researching the power tools you are interested in, read online reviews to find out what others’ experiences have been and if they would recommend them to others. Remember that something is cheap for a reason and very cheap items are best avoided. Unless you require something very specific, the mid-price range will suit most consumers.