A set of 25 torque settings is a rarity in the cordless drill world. Not many drills have this and adaptability this great is very deserving of a placement on every list of the best cordless drills on the market.
Although it may come off as a little bit heavy at 7.2 pounds (3.26 kgs), you won’t get to feel the strain on your tendons because of the extra power that weight carries, as the accent is on efficiency. It gets the work done precisely and very fast, exactly what a good cordless drill should pull off.
Kawasaki makes their lithium-ion batteries so that they can fit all their other power tools, which is something you should consider if you want a complete tool set. As underrated they are, they shouldn’t be overlooked anymore. The Kawasaki compact drill has been a hit and is quickly rising up the ranks, always contending for the title of the best cordless drill.
Things you will like most:
- Durability and an ability to withstand strain
- Reverse spin option
- Wide choice of power bits
- Reasonable price