Create holes without worrying about cord entanglement or access to a power source with these portable cordless hammer drills. They have a specialized clutch that hammers the bit into the material to help break it up and rotates the bit to advance the hole, making them ideal for boring holes into hard materials. Typically lighter than comparable corded tools, cordless power tools can often share batteries with tools of the same brand and voltage. Battery chemistry, capacity (amp hours), and recharge time impact the run time and down time for the tool.
Generally lighter and more compact than tools with higher-voltage batteries, these general purpose cordless hammer drills are suitable for working in tight spaces. With batteries rated below 18V, these tools are powerful enough for intermittent use in most light to medium duty drilling and driving tasks.
Bosch — 12V
Milwaukee — 12V (M12 Series)
With batteries that are rated at 18V and higher, heavy duty cordless hammer drills provide more power for frequent, continuous use and demanding applications than tools with lower-voltage batteries. These tools are typically heavier and less compact than tools with lower-voltage batteries.
18V — XRP Series
20V — Max Series
20V — Max Compact Series
18V — M18 Series
28V — M28 Series
18V — LXT Series
Use these professional-grade, high-performance cordless hammer drills in high-volume, demanding applications such as construction and industrial maintenance. Tools with brushless motors are typically smaller and lighter than comparable tools with standard motors, which helps reduce fatigue when using the tool for long periods of time. Brushless motors do not lose energy through friction and heat, making them more efficient and durable than standard motors.