Cordless drills are battery powered electric drills that can be recharged and used without the need of an extension cord or AC power source. Most of these drills operate essentially the same as a standard electric drill does with most models incorporating a clutch. In both of these videos you’ll be given a quick walk-through showing to use these tools the right way.
Using a cordless drill is not much different from using a corded version. Limitations for a battery powered drill will be less available torque or power from the motor and battery life. For jobs requiring larger then average holes or for heavy duty use you’ll want to use a more powerful corded model. Another tip is to have two battery packs fully charged before starting your project. This can save down time and is an inexpensive way to double the life span of your cordless drill.