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Drill-Drivers

An all-purpose tool for drilling holes and driving screws.

Hammer Drills

Engineered specifically to drill holes in concrete and other masonry.

Right Angle Drills

The perfect option when drilling and driving in tight spaces.

Impact Drivers

A driving tool with more torque and better control.

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RIDGID 18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Compact Drill/Driver Kit

Model # R860052K

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Milwaukee 1 in. SDS D-Handle Rotary Hammer

Model # 5262-21

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RIDGID 1/2 in. Spade Handle Mud Mixer

Model # R7122

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Milwaukee 1-3/4 in. SDS-Max Rotary Hammer

Model # 5426-21

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Makita 1-1/8 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer

Model # HR2811F

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DEWALT 1/2 in. Variable Speed Reversible Hammer Drill

Model # DW511

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Average rating for Drills
(4.5 / 5)
8,551 Reviews
  1. 1 year ago
    Great drill/screwdriver. Works great. No problems.
    I bought one of these Ryobi drills/driver more than a year ago and have gotten lots of use out of it. (Mine was model P271, similar to the model listed here) It has never failed. It works great and is a great value with the 2 batteries. The batteries last a long time and charge quickly. It's a great bargain and the Home Depot price was a great incentive to pick one up. I wanted a cordless drill/driver for a long time and the price and value of this drill with the 2 batteries was the tipping ... read more point. It's strong and powerful and works great. It's really worth it. Thanks Home Depot.
  2. 1 year ago
    Nice upgrade for me
    I started with Ryobi tools last summer with a lawn trimmer and was very impressed. When this drill set came along in an e-mail offer, I jumped at the chance to cut myself from the electric cord drills I've used in the past. This allows me to use it anywhere, anytime, as long as I have charged batteries, and I have two of those now, too. Great purchase at a great price. My little 4-year old granddaughter even wanted to try it when she saw me using it.
  3. 2 years ago
    Great purchase for the money.
    I have been purchasing Ryobi cordless tools for quite some time. I have found great value in them. They quality of the tool is amazing. They tools are very tough considering the abuse that I have put them through. This purchase was made because I needed new batteries after almost 5 years. Unfortunately it was cheaper to purchase the new drill with 2 batteries and a charger than it was to just buy some new batteries. The lithium battery packs last forever. Ryobi is the only driver I have seen ... read more that has a magnet to hold extra screws which is a big plus.
  1. 4 days ago
    Nice Purchase
    I only used the drill once so far but it is lightweight and feels good in my hand. Liked the fact that it came with 2 batteries and the carry bag.
  2. 3 weeks ago
    Given as a Wedding Gift
    My niece and her husband listed this item on their wedding registry. What a perfect gift for a newly wed couple! They were thrilled to receive the drill. Home Depot shipped the item quickly. There is no gift wrapping option on your website however the bride and groom were pleased with the contents of the shipping box.
  3. 4 months ago
    Really simplifies my projects
    I really wanted a cordless but wasn't sure it would be too heavy. This DeWalt is not. I used it for over an hour tacking down a shed roof (plywood) and never had a problem with weight. It's well balanced and I LOVE not having to haul a cord around (to say nothing of the 100' extension cord I would have needed to reach the shed). The battery never went down even when I used it for another project later. Recharge is quick anyway, and it came with an extra battery so there's always one ready. I ... read more can't wait to use it on my next project. By the way, I'm a 73-year-old female! Took me awhile to get smart!!! And the price was right.
  1. 3 years ago
    Awsome
    Light and powerful for the money. I've had one of these for the last 10 years. I only had to replace one of the batteries. I used mine on medium to hard projects around the house. The only con is that it cannot replace a power drill
  2. 8 years ago
    Light weight Heavy duty drill
    Don't be fooled by the 9.6 volt battery on this drill. It is in a class by itself. I have a small woodworking shop and need a light drill, not one of the heavy 18 volt drills. There is plenty of torque and battery life with this drill. Do not discount this drill just because it is 9.6 volts. This drill does not make my wrist tired after a daily use. The 1 hour charger that comes with the kit has automatic tuneup for the batteries. It has a 3 year warranty, so what else do you need.
  3. 1 year ago
    Excellent Selection
    As a senior citizen and being a female, I was hesitant about purchasing this product. To my surprise I found the DEWALT9.6-Volt Ni-Cad Cordless 3/8 in. Compact Drill and Driver Kit very easy to use and the charge time was unbelievably fast.
  1. 6 months ago
    Powerful, long run time, solid Milwaukee quality
    There are a few brands I am biased to, and Milwaukee is one of them. I've never had a Milwaukee tool fail me in the 2 decades or so since I got my first one, and I've rarely found anything to complain about in their build quality. This drill/driver falls nicely within my expectations: I like it and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it. It comes with a 5 year warranty on the tool. All that said, however, all tool choices involve some trade offs (like size & weight), so read on to see if this is the ... read more tool for you. If you are looking at this drill, the one thing I would suggest you also seriously look at is the hammer drill/driver version of this. As of this writing, the hammer-drill version costs $20 more than this drill/driver, is about 1/4" longer at the chuck, and weighs 1.2 oz more (3 lbs. 7 oz. for this tool without battery vs. 3 lbs. 8.2 oz. for the hammer drill/driver). So unless the slight size/weight/cost differences are important to you, if you think you will ever need a hammer-drill, I'd consider the hammer drill/driver version. Let's start with some key features of the drill itself. Milwaukee advertises this to have more torque, have a faster drilling speed, and be more compact that their competitors. Compared to other brands of 18V Li-ion tools I have used, this seems to be true. For example, the speeds of this drill are 0-550 RPM (low) and 0-2000 RPM high, compared with 0-400 and 0-1500 on a different brand 1/2 drill I own. A couple of other nice design features stood out to me: 1) Changing between drilling and driving screws is on a separate ring from the torque. Thus if you need to change from drilling to driving a low-torque screw, that change is just one click of a ring. On other tools I have used where these are on the same ring, you'd have to spin a ring nearly 360 degrees through 20+ clicks to achieve this. 2) There are no vent holes on the back of the drill. This is significant because I usually push on that spot when driving large screws. On other drills that have vents there, this compromises the cooling, which ultimately can impact tool life. With this drill I don't have to worry about that. In actual use with driving screws, I have found this drill very easy to control precisely for slow or fast driving. I also appreciate that the built-in LED light stays on for 10 seconds after you release the lever (unlike some tool where the light is only on while operating). My only small negative with this drill is that the forward/off/back direction button is slightly farther back than on my other tools, which makes it hard to push on with my index finger while holding the tool. This does make it harder to accidentally turn it on, but I have noticed this extra difficulty multiple times when using the tool without a second hand free. This drill does come with a support arm that can be attached for extra support when doing high-torque drilling or driving, and it easily attaches with a nice clamp (although in one of my few knocks on this drill, the instructions didn't say how to attach this, and it took me a little while to figure out how it works). All the power and run time of this drill does come at a cost. Compared with my other 18V Li-ion drill, this one is noticeably louder (I think something in the gears). Outdoors I don't notice the noise, but when used in a small bathroom I was quite aware that it is louder. This drill also is not light: on my scale it tips in at 3 lb 7 oz for the bare drill, and that jumps to 5 lb 1 oz with a battery. For comparison, my other 18V Li-ion drill comes in at 2 lb 14 oz for the bare tool, and 3 lb 15 oz with the battery (which is only 27 Wh). If you've ever worked over your head or in awkward places, you know how tiring a heavy tool can get. So as much as I love this drill, I do find that for tasks that don't require its power, I end up going to my smaller and lighter M12 tools (which are adequate for most of my small jobs). So in summary, I really like this tool, I think it's really well built, and the only reasons I'd suggest looking elsewhere is if a lighter-weight tool without this size and power would fit your needs better (like Milwaukee's M12 line of tools), or look at the hammer drill/driver version if you think you'll ever want hammer capability.
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  2. 10 months ago
    Another quality Milwaukee tool
    Milwaukee says that this M18 FUEL Drill / Driver is the Most Powerful 18-Volt cordless drill on the market. At only 7 1/2 in. in length, it is the Most Compact drill in its class. I have no reason to doubt this claim. You need only to pickup this tool to feel the quality. I own a few 18 volt battery operated drills from various manufacturers and this one, with the XC 4.0 Ah battery I supplied, is superior in all regards. As one would expect from a tool of this quality it has a variable speed ... read more trigger, a built-in LED work light, a removable side handle which is reversible right or left, a belt clip, a bit holder, two speed settings and an all-metal ratcheting locking adjustable clutch. The brushless motor delivers up to 1200 in. lbs. of peak torque and up to 2000 RPM. My drill arrived completely assembled except for the side handle. The instructions say to, "Loosen the side handle grip until the hooks are far enough apart to fit into the slots on the gear case ring." I struggled with this for 10 minutes and couldn't get any part of the handle to budge. Finally, out of desperation, I locked it in a vise and twisted. I was either going to break it or get it to open. It opened. These parts must be machine tightened. This fairly heavy 1/2 in. drill / driver is best suited for mid-sized jobs. I use small 12 volt drill / drivers for light-duty work and I have the Milwaukee Hole Hawg for heavy-duty work. The only real complaints you'll find online about battery operated tools in general have to do with poor battery performance. I won't buy anything that comes with NiCad batteries anymore, lithium-ion is the only way to go, they are far superior. I think the biggest problem is that users are treating their lithium-ion batteries as they were taught to care for their NiCad batteries. They're two different animals and need to be cared for differently. I found the following use and care tips on the Internet. 1: Keep your batteries at room temperature. That means between 68 and 77 degrees F. The worst thing that can happen to a lithium-ion battery is to have a full charge and be subjected to elevated temperatures. So don't leave your battery in your car if it's hot out. Heat is by far the largest factor when it comes to reducing lithium-ion battery life. 2: Avoid charging a hot battery. Whether from heavy usage or hot storage it's best to allow the battery to cool down before attempting to charge it. I normally try to cycle three batteries during the work day. One in the tool, one cooling down and one on the charger. 3: Allow partial discharges and avoid full ones (usually). We were taught to run our NiCads all the way down before giving them a full charge. With lithium-ions it's better to recharge before the battery is exhausted and partial charges are no problem since these don't have a memory. 4: Avoid completely discharging lithium-ion batteries. It's time to cool down and then recharge them when you detect the battery is providing less than optimal performance. 5: For extended storage, discharge a lithium-ion battery to about 40 - 50 percent and store it in a cool place. Storing a battery in the discharged state can push it to the point where it won't recharge, and storing a battery fully charged can shorten its life. I have many lithium-ion powered tools and other devices and as of yet I haven't been disappointed with battery performance. I attribute this to proper care. Milwaukee includes a 5 year limited warranty to the original purchaser. I own a number of Milwaukee tools and I couldn't be happier with their performance and durability.
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  3. 10 months ago
    Very Powerful Drill/Driver and Compact Size
    Milwaukee is a leader in the cordless power tool industry and is constantly coming up with new and innovative products. Such is the case with the introduction of the 2nd generation of brushless tools. The new Milwaukee M18 Fuel Drill/Driver (2703-20) offers more power, lighter weight and a more compact size than the previous model. After using the Milwaukee Fuel Drill/Drive for several weeks, I am very impressed with its performance. The new Milwaukee Fuel, M18 Drill/Driver is an 18 Volt tool ... read more and delivers a whopping 1,200 inch-lbs. of torque, which is the highest in the industry. It weighs only 3.3 lbs., and has a chuck to back length of only 7.5 inches. The previous model provided 725 inch-lbs torque, weighed 4 lbs. and a length of 8.5 inches. The ergonomics of the drill are superb and it has the feel of a compact tool when combined with the 2.0 amp-hour batteries. It has a separate dial for setting the two modes of operation (driver and drill), along with a 2-speed transmission. It also comes with a side handle for better control. The Milwaukee M18 Fuel (2703-20) Drill/Driver is the most powerful 18 Volt drill in the industry, and its compact size and weight makes it that much better. Highly recommended!!
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  1. 3 years ago
    Drill Is Top Notch
    This drill is up to most any task. Top notch quality, tons of torque and a fair price. Not much to complain about. As with the other of my Milwaukee tools, they're reliable and a pleasure to use. "Hole shooter" is an understatement for this tool.
  2. 2 months ago
    Milwaukee Drill
    I have owned a couple of these drills and this new drill is as good of a product as the others.
  3. 2 years ago
    The quality I've come to expect from Milwaukee!!!
    I got this tool to replace an old drill I'd had for 30+ years that finally gave out. The quality is great - chuck is very solid and the chuck key fits tightly and turns well. Trigger control is very sensitive. It's slightly awkward to balance but that's easily resolved with the detachable handle, which you really need on something with this power anyway. Great tool!
  1. 2 years ago
    A must for drywallers and stage set building.
    I have owned three sets of these and the cordless deck screw-gun as well. All are excellent. New people will have a little bity of trouble getting used to using it as you have to be firm and continue pushing throughout the drive, but you can hang drywall a lot easier, especially if you are by yourself. I use it lot to build "Hollywood" flats, or a 4 x 8 frame built with 1 x 4's and sheathed with Luanne. With this tool I can increase my speed and do easily three times as much work in the same ... read more amount of time. Also, when I screw these flats together to make stage walls, I can do it easily by myself as you don't have to try and hold a screw with one hand, the wall with another, and a third hand (which I don't have) to hold the drill. You still need another drill if you mis-screw as the reverse isn't really functional without taking the strips of screws out (a pain). Seriously, if you want to save a LOT of time and hassle, but this gun, a cordless "Passlode" framing nailer and Passlode cordless finish nailer. They will also pay for themselves after just a job or two. BTW, this will screw about 400-500 screws on a battery before you need to swap it. It comes with two batteries. My first one used the same batteries as the Ryobi One, but they switched design. The batteries generally last a couple of years if taken care of.
  2. 1 year ago
    Works awesome
    The drill has made my life easier. There is nothing worse than trying to install drywall by yourself! The drill enabled me to hang drywall much more smoothly and quickly. Having the nail strip automatically feed into the system allows you to hold the drywall up with one hand and drill with the other. A key factor when hanging drywall, especially on a ceiling!
  3. 2 years ago
    Fast with ease
    Very fast screwing drywall. Keep two hands and straight with no problems. Corners a little harder, I nail first and then back screw. Saves a lot of time and finger tips from pointed screws and nails. I would highly recommend this DS202.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great Purchase!
    This drill is great because you don't have to worry about charging it; just plug it in and go. It is powerful and does what it's supposed to do.
  2. 5 years ago
    Fantastic buy!
    After searching the website for the characteristics I was looking for in an electric drill, this drill surpassed them all. It is lightweight; easy to handle; very quiet and has lots of power. It is everything you could ask for in an electric drill. And, as if this isn't enough, it is manufactured in the USA!
  3. 5 years ago
    Love my Makita
    I have always wanted a Makita and finally I got one for my birthday. Love that this doesn't need a key to change the bits. It is not too heavy and I know it will last for a long time.
  1. 1 year ago
    Real nice around the house drill.
    Gets in tight places and hold a charge a long time ( Mine lasted 6 mos with light use on one charge). I misplaced the charger during a move. So when the battery started to drain down. The replacement charger would have cost 20.00 less then the whole new drill, so I have two drills now.
  2. 2 years ago
    Overdelivers
    I needed a cordless in a pinch when my Craftsman died. I was in the middle of an under the sink major repair. I was drilling pilot holes and putting 2 inch drywall screws through multi layers of wood while in incredibly contorted impossible positions and this drill did great. 2 speeds is a nice feature as well. No problem with torque and it's light. I've used this all over the house on different projects and I love it.
  3. 2 years ago
    Perfect for me
    50 words? ok... I should thank consumer reports for putting me on to this drill. It works great for my needs. Put a wire brush in it and got rid of the rust on the van. Puts screws in wood like advertised, with adjustable torc (sp?). Really a decent price for what I needed. Oh, and drill holes like it should. As an 'around the house' drill, this one is great.
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