March 13, 2007

Hitachi 3.6 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Screwdriver

hitachi_cordless_screwdriver.jpgHitachi has recently released a 3.6 Volt Cordless Screwdriver and it looks like a pretty versatile tool that could help out both the contractor and the homeowner. Weighing less than a pound and under a foot long, this little cordless fits in situations that would render the regular battery drill useless. The 3.6 Volt Lithium Ion battery should be enough to get most small to medium size tasks completed.

Two speeds, a built-in work light, and a quick 30 minute battery charge round out another nice looking tool from Hitachi.

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March 2, 2007

Panasonic 15.6-Volt NiMH Cordless Drill - Review

panasonic.jpgYup, Panasonic makes power tools. A lot of people don't know that, and it's really too bad. The tools that they make, and they only make a handful, are of such high quality that they should be as well known as DeWalt, Bosch, and Makita. The 15.6-Volt NiMH Cordless Drill is no exception. In fact, it may be the best drill we've ever used.

While there is a lot of good to say about this drill, it's the look and feel of it that really impresses us. Not only is it perfectly balanced and fits the hand like a glove, but it is nice and light so you can spend days on end using it and never feel any fatigue. It is also relatively short from chuck to tail; allowing it to get in places that the bulkier 18 Volt drills can't fit.

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