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Old 09-16-2011, 10:14 AM
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Durabuilt 18 Volt Cordless Drill

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

The Durabuilt 18 Volt Cordless Drill features a keyless chuck and tow speeds up to 1100 RPM. The drill was part of a five piece Durabuilt tool collection that also included an 18volt sander, a circular saw, a flashlight and a *** saw. There were also blades and drill bits included, as well as two batteries and a battery charger. The drill, as well as the other tools in the kit, feature power indicators so users know when charging is needed.

The drill is ideal for small home maintenance projects. I am not an aggressive do-it-yourselfer in my home, but I do prefer to handle what I can instead of hiring someone. I have used the drill for installing wall paneling, installing curtain rods, assembling furniture, hanging picture frames and repairing wood doors. The tool is lightweight and easy to use. The battery charger included with the kit charges batteries quickly and I have found it is easy to just swap out charged batteries for those running low at the start of a project. I have never had a problem with battery power or life during a drilling project.

It is easy to see that the tools are bargain quality, but still work well for the cost. The collection came in a plastic storage kit, but since the case is large, it is easier for me to keep the drill near the charger in the basement and leave the case and tools used less frequently in the garage. The kit contained some drill bits and a screw bit that features a flat and Phillips head, but addition bits may be needed for more variety. As a standard Durabuilt tools, it is easy to get replacement and additional bits. I would recommend this drill for homeowners who want a reliable cordless drill in the house, but who are not planning to complete massive renovation projects.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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Old 05-21-2012, 12:17 PM
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Is there an OFFICIAL website for DURABUILT cordless tools? Other vendors that use the same battery/charger? Retail stores? TARGET no longer sells it. reeltoreelguy@gmail.com
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