More stories about Drill%2FDrivers

  • A See-Thru Power Tool

    Just when I think I’ve seen every strange thing there is to see on the web, something like this pops up on YouTube. All I know about this video is that it involves a cordless impact driver, a fluoroscope, and I’m willing to bet — some guys in their early 20s...

  • Hilti Hollow Drill Bit

    I used to think that if you’ve seen one rotary hammer bit you’ve seen them all. But this bit is different – way different.

  • Dual-Battery Cordless Tool

    It’s one thing to see photos of a new tool, but there’s nothing like seeing it in action. That’s certainly true of Makita’s new HRH01ZX2, the only 36-volt tool that can be run off of two 18-volt batteries.

  • Bosch DH1020VC Breaker

    Here’s a new mid-size breaker that is light enough to be used horizontally but configured in such a way that it can also be used like a jackhammer.

  • Metabo KHE 3250 Rotary Hammer

    According to its maker, this small 7 1/2-pound rotary hammer packs a very big punch.

  • Rotary Hammer With a Killer Battery

    Also seen at The World of Concrete — Hilti’s new TE 30-A36, which according to its maker is the fastest combination hammer in its class.

  • What a Difference a Day Can Make

    I have no idea whether or not this Jake fellow is for real, but what he experiences on the jobsite looks oh-so-familiar…

  • Drywall Screw Artistry

    Most artists use paint brushes but Andrew Myers uses a cordless driver and drywall screws to create amazing 3D portraits.

  • Electronic Torque Wrench

    The ½-inch Armstrong Electronic Torque Wrench (ETW ½DR) has a simple set of controls and can be set for between 25 and 250 foot-pounds of torque.

  • Australian Rules Tool Testing

    It's good to know that someone at Bosch has a sense of humor. In this promotional video a couple of Australians who claim to be tradies (tradesmen) try to destroy a Bosch cordless drill/driver.