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Gone are the days of finding a power source close enough to your work before you could start drilling. Gone are the days of tangled cords and broken wires. Cordless drills are here to stay, and it's time you upgrade yourself to a Makita cordless drill. The good news is that there's a Makita drill to fit every job, and now you just have to choose one. The best way to go about purchasing power drills is to match the tool to the work.

You wouldn't want to pay hundreds of dollars for a drill you'll only use for small households tasks, nor would you want to skimp on power only to realise that you've burned out your motor after only a few days. You can narrow down your Makita drill choice by assessing the work you see yourself doing in the future.

Consider power first. The power of the Makita cordless drill is measured in voltage. You can find cordless drills that range anywhere from 6 volts to 18 volts. If you're only planning on doing small jobs like hanging picture frames, you don't need to buy the drill with the highest voltage. Opt for a mid-range voltage between 9v and 12v, but remember that more power brings more weight. A cordless drill in this range will allow you to complete small tasks and common household repairs. On the other hand, if you plan on completing heavy-duty construction, you're going to want top-of-the-line power, like Makita's 18v drill. A drill of this voltage can drive long screws and drill large-diameter holes, making it perfect for the construction professional. Makita tool battery chargers are also some of the quickest on the market, so you won't need to wait long to bring back the power and get back to work.

The second feature to consider when deciding which cordless drill to purchase is speed. For most jobs, you'll want a drill with two speeds. This way, you can easily switch between high and low speed depending on your task. Use low speed for driving screws and high speed for drilling holes. For more complicated projects, you might opt for a Makita cordless drill that has a trigger with variable speed control.

Match the Makita drill from eBay to the work and you're sure to get the perfect product for the task.

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