The thing that makes this package really cool is that the drill and the radio-controlled car work on the same battery. Lots of tool cordless tool lines share a common battery now, but Skil deserves serious kudos for extending that functionality into the world of recreation.
The powerful 14.4-volt drill will tackle any household job The drill includes a handy clear storage compartment built into the base to store those easy-to-lose screws plus there's a built- in bit index that slides right off the top of the unit. No more guessing at which bit is needed for which screw. Simply place a screw in the index and you'll find the bit size you will need. I especially like the battery indicator meter that lets me know how much power I have left and the variable speed trigger, 0 to 700 RPM gives me complete control whether I'm drilling hardwood, plastic or metal or when driving screws. There is also a handy forward/reverse feature just above the trigger so that you can switch direction without changing your grip and a forward/reverse indicator light on the side of the housing.
When I'm done I can just move the battery to the car and have some more fun. In answer to the obvious question; yes, the car will tow the drill.
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