You probably spend more time using your cordless drill than any other power tool in your toolbox. For that reason alone, it's important that it be reliable, versatile, lightweight, and offer exceptional battery life. We're confident that you'll find that our Festool cordless drills are remarkably better than any other cordless drill you've ever used. Back that up by Festool's commitment to manufacturing products of the highest level of quality backed by a comprehensive three-year warranty, and there's little reason not to consider adding a Festool cordless drill to your tool arsenal.
Ergonomics are an important consideration in the design process for Festool power tools. We realize that your cordless drill is probably the tool you use the most. So, why shouldn't it be designed to be comfortable? That means a cordless drill that has a very low weight, feels great in your hand, and can be used right or left handed. Not to mention all of the other small details that we incorporate to make them a pleasure to use.
Let's take a look at what makes Festool cordless drills extremely ergonomic.
Nearly all of today's cordless drills use Lithium Ion battery technology to reduce weight and this is true for Festool cordless drills as well. However, Festool goes a step further by using brushless motor technology which, among its many benefits, reduces weight. Festool's Centrotec chuck reduces the weight of the drill by a half of a pound or more versus competitor's drills. If you're spending long period of time drilling and driving, this weight savings can really make a difference and prevent fatigue.
|T 15 Cordless Drill||3 lbs. 9 oz.||EC TEC Brushless|
|T 18 Cordless Drilll||3 lbs. 13.7 oz.||EC TEC Brushless|
|C 15 Cordless Drilll||3 lbs. 8.4 oz.||EC TEC Brushless|
|CXS Cordless Drilll||2 lbs. 0 oz.||DC Motor|
If you're a professional, you may spend nearly the entire day using your cordless drill. We offer drills in three different form factors: T-handle, C-handle and Compact. While most people are familiar with the traditional T-handle drill, many of our customers find that the C-handle offers better balance and puts their arm inline with the drill transmission, which is more comfortable. An oversized trigger allows you to operate the drill with one or more fingers. A rubberized coating on the handle provides a non-slip surface and also cushions your grip.