It may be mystifying and confusing while choosing a best power to meet with our jobsite needs. Actually, the manufacturers which engineers the power tools have manipulated the markets through different kinds of advertisements and it is very difficult for us to determine which power tool is supposed to be best for our site jobs.
Hence prior to buying a power tool ask yourself the following questions:
1. Am I going to drill in the wood or in the concrete?
2. Will I need to use small screws or large screws?
3. What would be the nature of my drill and driver for the job?
There are 3 main categories of drills:
1. Combi Drill:
It has ability to drill holes in the metals and woods. It can drive screws. It has capability to drill concrete and masonry via hammer function.
2. Drill Driver;
It has ability to drill holes in the metals and woods and It can drive screws.
3. Impact Driver:
It is different from combi and its driver supposed to be fitted with hex chuck.