A cordless drill can be found in just about any home, especially those with any kind of do-it-yourselfer as an occupant. It’s a highly versatile tool and can be used for so many things, from driving screws into the wall to hang a picture, to framing a house. They can drive any kind of screw or bolt, mix grout or paint, make little or big holes depending on what you need, and they can even grind metal or sand curved surfaces with them. They typically have a keyless chuck which will accept a variety of hex and round-shank screwdriver and drill bits, as well as rotary sanders, wire-wheel brushes, grinding wheels, hole saws, and the list just really goes on and on. Whether you are looking for your very first cordless drill, a replacement, or an addition to your cordless drill collection, this is a good place to start.