Has 21 clutch settings and forward/reverse that is easy to switch back and forth. Features like the LED light and dual-position handle make it easy to use. Backed by a lifetime tool warranty and 2 year battery warranty.
The handle covering has been known to peel off, and the lithium ion battery's life isn't impressive, even at full charge.
Packed with features that include variable-speed motion activation, dual-position handle, and flawless reverse action. Gyroscopic action is powerful at handling most materials with ease. Comes with a rechargeable 8V battery.
Its gyroscopic action comes with a learning curve, but its intuitive power is highly reliable once you master the tool's capabilities. On the higher end of the price range.
A budget-friendly choice with impressive features including 3-position handle, LED light and base flashlight, easy-to-use reverse switch, and adjustable torque. Comes with 31 bits.
Design is a bit bulky. May not drive screws all the way into tough materials. Subpar USB charger that takes a while for a full charge.
A revamped hex model that is fairly compact and lightweight. Has variable speed control. Battery charges quickly and lasts a long time.
The RPMs aren't suited for extremely heavy duty jobs. You have to purchase the battery separately.
Stands out for the built-in screw holder that allows you to work one-handed. Other features include a 6-bit cartridge and built-in LED light. Compact enough to work in small areas. Amazingly long battery life.
Doesn't deliver as much torque as some others we considered. Doesn't have variable speed control.
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