Due to the combination of an inefficient four-pole motor (which is less efficient than brushless DC motors) and a standard capacity battery, this tool has a relatively short runtime. A single charge will grant you 5 - 7 minutes of intensive working time. Keep in mind that the set comes with only o...
As the small ⅜" chuck and 265 inch-pound torque suggest, this tool is suitable only for light applications. Anything that requires high speeds and huge torque, like concrete drilling, is out of the question.
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.
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.
As the maximum speed and torque of this cordless drill are low, it can only be used for working with soft materials, such as wood, plastics, and gypsum. Large diameter screw driving (more than ½" diameter) is also out of the question.