Generations are changing and now most users when purchasing a new drill
go cordless. In the last few years Lithium Iron (Li-iron) batteries have been
introduced into the world of powertools giving excessive amounts of work time
meaning batteries don't have to be charged as often. There are other types of
battery drills available, these include: Ni-Cad and Ni-MH. These types of
batteries were released before the Li-iron so as you can respect they don't
hold their charge as long or as well. We stock a very large selection of
cordless drills from Makita and DeWalt.
The Hitachi DV18DGL Combi Drill uses lightweight slide-in Li-ion batteries, features a two speed geabox and has 22 different torque settings. The LED worklight and soft grip handle make it both c...