This tool is a decent solution for those who like to save money by doing domestic maintenance on their own. Being capable of working with plastics, wood, and thin metals, this drill is powerful enough to deal with the majority of non-professional household repairs. However, the inadequately low battery capacity is a noticeable downside of this cordless drill.
Pro Good value for money, for domestic projects
For a drill with this price tag, this cordless drill is powerful enough to deal with almost any domestic DIY projects that involve fixing and assembling. Additionally, it comes with a couple of useful extra features, such as LED lights and the hammer drill mode.
Pro Good for medium-sized DIY jobs
This power tool is suitable for drilling plastics, drywall, hardwood, softwood, and even some metals. However, you must be careful while working with unusually small and large drill bits. It's also an entirely capable screwdriver, especially for woodworking applications.
Con Battery capacity is low
The 1.3 Ah batteries of this cordless drill seem to have the inadequately low capacity. On a single charge, this battery will give you around 5 minutes of full-power runtime, which is not enough for professional use. Competitors like Makita and Hitachi have batteries with twice this capacity.