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Drills

A drill can make light work of many different situations. A modern drill is perhaps the most versatile of all power tools. There are a wide range of drills available and the type of drill you need depends on many factors. CROP stocks a wide variety of cordless and corded power drills, hammer drills, drill drivers, combi and impact drills. From trusted brands like Milwaukee, FLEX, RUPES and RODAC.

Hammer Drills

Hammer drills are very powerful, administering a rapid succession of blows. Hammer drills are specifically designed to drill into masonry, stone and concrete. The drill’s hammering action produces quicker drilling with remarkably little effort, so it’s the perfect drill for really heavy work.

Drill Drivers

Drill drivers are perfect for smaller household jobs. A drill driver can be used as a drill and a screwdriver. They are not designed to be used with masonry, this is a drill for light use.

Impact Drivers

Impact drivers are designed to drive in screws. Its features include both rotational and downward force.

Combi Drills

Combi drills are very versatile and a great all-rounder. Combi drills are suitable for wood, concrete, brick and steel. A cordless combi drill is one of the most popular choices for DIY projects.

SDS Rotary Hammer Drills

Rotary Hammer Drills are more expensive and highly specialised. SDS (Special Drive System) is used for really heavy duty jobs.

Cordless vs Corded Drills

Are you going to purchase a cordless or corded drill? This depends on your own preference.

Advantages Cordless Drill

  • Lightweight
  • Highly portable
  • Very convenient

Disadvantages Cordless Drill

  • More expensive
  • Not as powerful as corded drills
  • Battery life can impact on productivity

Advantages Corded Drill

  • Always ready if a power source is available
  • Cheaper than cordless drill
  • More powerful

Disadvantages Corded Drill

  • Not portable
  • Bigger and heavier to handle and hold
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