Girlfriend wants a cordless drill, what brand?

Girl wants a cordless drill. Mostly to put up pictures I think. Any recommendations?

 

 

and yes I know the rules.

 

Dewalt 20v Phone Post 3.0

Dewalt 20v and don't get the cheap version. Phone Post 3.0

I hear the Rabbit Habit is really popular.

depends on how much drilliing she plans on doing?

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Milwaukee or go fuck your mother. Phone Post 3.0

If all she's gonna do with it is put up pictures, he doesn't need the 20v guys.

I just bought the DeWalt 18v because it was insultingly cheap on sale. I'm not beating the shit out of it daily, it gets used sparingly so it's plenty o drill for me. Phone Post 3.0

Harbor freight Phone Post 3.0

What are you guys going to use it for? If it's just to put some screws in the wall then go with the versatility of a driver if she needs power go with an impact drill in my opinion Milwaukee is the best brand my DeWalt died after 9 months of daily use. But that could have just been mine go with the name brand like Milwaukee DeWalt Makita Porter-Cable has an awesome 20 volt Phone Post 3.0

Just bought a Kobalt 24v set and it seems to work great. I am not a contractor but use it more than an average amount. Same or better features than other brands, and the batteries cost way less.

Just get a cheap little 12v if all you're doing is putting up pictures and small stuff like that. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M12-12-Volt-Lithium-Ion-1-4-in-Hex-Cordless-Screwdriver-Kit-2401-22/100615066 Phone Post 3.0

Butch Dickman - Just get a cheap little 12v if all you're doing is putting up pictures and small stuff like that. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M12-12-Volt-Lithium-Ion-1-4-in-Hex-Cordless-Screwdriver-Kit-2401-22/100615066 Phone Post 3.0
This is my daily use drill now. Packs a punch for 12 volt. Phone Post 3.0

UGCTTNpNe - Harbor freight Phone Post 3.0
This is the correct answer.

I'm a GC, have been for almost 20 years.
Homeowners doing little homeowner tasks are crazy not to just buy from harbor freight.

Personally, I'm kind of a tool snob and like to buy the best I can but I'm really trying to change that attitude.
Amazes me that people think Dewalt is the best. Dewalt drills have the absolute worst chucks on the market. Whatever floats your boat though. Phone Post 3.0

I agree DeWalt is floating on its past Legacy now. And they're right if you're not using this thing every day you can just get away with a $40 drill Phone Post 3.0

Lux Fixxins - Ryobi? Phone Post 3.0

If it's just for doing stuff around the house this is the way to go. Very affordable and decent quality.

If you can get Ryobi One tools near you, definitely look at these. I love em to bits.

Odinson -
Butch Dickman - Just get a cheap little 12v if all you're doing is putting up pictures and small stuff like that. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M12-12-Volt-Lithium-Ion-1-4-in-Hex-Cordless-Screwdriver-Kit-2401-22/100615066 Phone Post 3.0
This is my daily use drill now. Packs a punch for 12 volt. Phone Post 3.0
I have the m18, it's a good drill and I got it on sale for $180 with two batteries. I've always been partial to Milwaukee anyway. Phone Post 3.0

pahulkster -

Just bought a Kobalt 24v set and it seems to work great. I am not a contractor but use it more than an average amount. Same or better features than other brands, and the batteries cost way less.

Same here - it was around $150 Phone Post 3.0

Odinson - I agree DeWalt is floating on its past Legacy now. And they're right if you're not using this thing every day you can just get away with a $40 drill Phone Post 3.0
If you want to replace them every year that's fine. The batteries in the cheap drill are shit, even if you don't use it much they will be junk in a year and you will be buying a new drill. Phone Post 3.0