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Black & Decker EPC12CA 12V Cordless Drill
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Includes Next Generation 12V Smart Select Cordless Drill – SS12C, 12V Battery – HPB12, 12V Cup Charger, Double-Ended Screwdriver Bit
Perfect Cordless Drill for Around the House
31 people found this helpful.
Great battery life. Some cordless drills seem to have serious battery drain when doing tougher (Or even not so tough) projects. This one seems to last well. I wouldn’t drill heavy-duty holes or bolts with this guy, but it is great around the house. But, I honestly have not given this drill a task that it could not meet.
A very handy item to have around the house!
10 people found this helpful.
Works great! Wish I had bought one a long time ago! Very easy to use, even for a novice handyperson like me – I’m a female and have to do my own repairs for the most part, and this helps to make things much easier for certain jobs.
I’ve been using this like crazy since moving into my house- hanging pictures and …
9 people found this helpful.
I’ve been using this like crazy since moving into my house- hanging pictures and curtain rods, putting together furniture, drilling holes into brick with masonry bits. For a cheaper drill this really holds up. I even used a larger drill bit to bore bigger holes in my metal bed frame when my headboard’s bolts didn’t fit through the holes. It stood up to that, too. Why spend a ton on a drill when this does everything I can think of around the house?
I love the drill from the beginning because of his adjustable …
8 people found this helpful.
Wanted a spare battery for the one I already had and found out that it was more efficient to buy the whole kit again. I love the drill from the beginning because of his adjustable power ratios!!!
Good for around house
3 people found this helpful.
Let me start by saying this is first drill I have personally owned. I have used many over the years however.
Don’t be discouraged by all the negative reviews unless you’re a seasoned carpenter this is perfect for everyday projects
6 people found this helpful.
Three years battery life? a little over $10 a year for many projects, I say this is damn near spectacular. I just received it today and it took me minutes to put together things from mounting mirrors to shelves projects that I’d have passed to my nephew or brother. I am pleased with it. It is intuitive I didn’t bother with instructions just pushed buttons around to figure it out, and already made use of the accompaniments like the drills, I drilled perfect holes for a wall mount mirror, things I’d have done with crazy glue in the past. I am really quite pleased.
Very glad that I purchased this drill
One person found this helpful.
I failed shop in school and am usually very intimidated by any type of power tool. But I had over a dozen simple projects around the house that weren’t getting done, so I decided to purchase the least intimidating drill I could find and settled on this one. Very happy that I did. I’m probably using the power settings all wrong, but it doesn’t seem to matter. It comes with a screw driver drill bit (one side regular, and the other Phillips) and it’s very easy to change the bits. It also stays powered for quite a long time between charges. This may not be the tool for a serious handy-man, but for a reluctant do-it-yourself-er it’s excellent! I’ve hung pictures, heavy mirrors and installed wood shelving – way more projects than I would have dreamed of taking on before. The drill works great on dry wall, plaster and even solid brick (although you better make sure you have it fully charged before trying to drill into really hard surfaces like brick and concrete).
Perfect for Just the Basics
2 people found this helpful.
I am the one in our home that does all of the repairs or building. For years I have been using a simple hand tools. But I am getting problems from carpel tunnel. Due to this, I have been needing a power tool and I prefer a cordless. I don’t need it for major work, but basic stuff. Assembling items or fixing things only. So far this has worked perfectly and I really enjoy it. I even bought some scrub brushes and used it for cleaning when we moved from one house to a different house. So it was a major move out clean, not just a basic weekly clean. The battery lasted long after I was done with it. It is simple to use and not as heavy as some of the power tools I have looked at previously. I am not sure how it holds up against heavy and common use, so if you need it for more than just the basics, I can’t say how well it would hold up and how strong it is. But I love it!
Hard to tell if it’s charging.
3 people found this helpful.
Compact and useful for small jobs. It comes with a transformer you can plug directly into the drill or disconnect the battery and use a cup charger. When charging directly there is no light or way to know it is charging. The cup charger has a light but is not supplied with this order. Perhaps it can be purchased separately, but it should have come with the product.
Weak, but effective for simple projects
3 people found this helpful.
I expected more based on other reviews, but in reality it’s a mediocre drill from a mediocre brand. It’s fine for drilling small holes and screws into drywall, etc., but if you want enough torque to drill into a stud, other wood or a harder surface, pay more for a higher quality drill. I prefer DeWalt.