The 14.4-volt battery pack that comes with this Draper 71385 drill takes three to five hours to charge in the included charger unit and gives you plenty of portable power. The unit also features a keyless 10 mm chuck that makes changing bits effortless and will solve forever the problem of finding or trying to remember where you put your chuck-key down last. Included with the drill are two double-ended screwdriver bits that fit neatly into a built-in screwdriver bit storage compartment.
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Mild steel ... 10mm
Wood ... 20mm
Speed no load ... 0-550rpm
Chuck capacity ... 10mm
Pros: Well Balanced, Efficient Keyless Chuck, Good Value For Money, Holds Charge Well.
Cons: Comes With No Drill Bits, Comes With No Carry Case.
I've used this drill many times on a variety of materials and have found it to have more than enough power for the average handyman. I advise you use the lower speed for driving screws and the higher speed for drilling. This drill will last for years and replacement batteries are the average cost as other well known brands.
For value for money and ability then look no further than this drill and the quality name of Draper.
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