Neilson 18V Cordless Drill Driver Review


Well, before you read any further, it’s important to note that the Nielson 18V Cordless drill is more suited to being a screw driver rather than an all out drilling machine. It is also best suited for light usage, so if you’re looking for a power tool to do some heavy duty, regular drilling, this is not it.

For a perfect cordless drill that will help you perform all the light DIY tasks within your home and for outdoor repairs, be it drilling small shallow holes into whatever material – wood, steel and much more – the Neilson is perfect. It is capable of performing light jobs with desirable speed. Given that it’s not made for heavy duty work, the low price tag has been set to match. Indeed, it is very cheap.

Its 24 torque settings together with a direct drill mode gives you maximum flexibility as you work because of the wide range adjust-ability on offer, so you’re at liberty to select the most suitable torque setting to suit the task at hand. In short, you’re in control. If you’re handy when it comes to DIY, and you want to avoid hiring a professional if at all possible, this is the ideal drill driver for you.

As a tool made for home users, it’s easy to operate because let’s face it, non-professionals may not be able to using (or indeed wish to use) a complicated drill driver. So, doing things such as changing the battery is easy. Whatever the task you want to perform, be it drilling into sheet steel, wooden kitchen cabinets or just fixing up the screws in your latest item of flat pack furniture, you can do it all easily and safely with this tool. The twin sleeve keyless chuck ensures flexibility because you can easily switch from a drill bits to a screwdriver bit and back again without any fuss.

Pros

  • Long lasting battery
  • Easy to maintain and it can be cleaned even with wire brushes
  • Powerful for the kind of easy drilling it is intended for, quick and efficient
  • Spring Loaded Battery Pack ensures effortless changing of the battery.
  • Non-slip finish and handling

Cons

  • It doesn’t have an LED work light so; it’s not suitable to work in darker areas. By the same token there is no indicator to show you the status of your battery.
  • No carry case

Conclusion

If the Nielson 18V Cordless is used appropriately without overloading, you will be able to perform many of your DIY tasks with relative ease. Be sure not to overload it or expect be able to use it effectively when in low light areas.  No frills it might be, but it works well in a variety of applications, so if affordability is at the top of your list then this is well worth a look.

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