Makita XFD10R

Several of them even called it out as their preferred drill – participants mentioned that it was powerful, light well balanced, comfortable to hold, even good for small hands. Our team is diverse, and represents different genders, physical figures and levels of experience with power tools, and their widespread approval means that you are surely going to enjoy this drill irrespective of your situation.

This drill scored very well just because of its excellent design. It has a soft rubber grip that’s why it is comfortable to hold, which is a huge boon when you need to use it for hours on end. This drill contains 21 different clutch settings, so you can fine-tune it for specific projects. It contains two LED lights used to lighten up the working area. This drill can rotate at a maximum speed of 1,900 RPM and produces up to 480 inch-pounds of torque. Although it is not the best one – others can produce up to 650 inch-pounds of torque and spin at 2,000 RPM – but still it is enough to do our drilling tasks.

PROS

  • Great speed
  • Dead battery recharges in just 30 minutes
  • Very light, only 3.3 pounds

CONS

  • Only average torque – 480 inch-pounds of torque
  • No on-tool bit storage
  • Short warranty period – only one year
toptoolguide
 

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 0 comments

Leave a Reply: