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Best Drill? Let’s find out! Milwaukee vs Dewalt, Makita, Bosch, Festool, Ryobi, Bauer, Ridgid

Jun 09, 2021
When it comes to cordless

drill

s, is it possible to try the least expensive brand, which costs less than fifty dollars, and

find

it just as good as the most expensive one, which costs more than five hundred? Today, we have eight different brands of

drill

s to try, so let's see. start the tests and see which brand is the

best

, we will test the maximum torque of each brand, we will also test the speed of the drills under load, we will see if any of these drills can beat this Milwaukee impact driver at a price of 45 dollars just for the drill and not the battery in the charger is this Bower Brand 20-Volt Hypermax Lithium High Performance Motor.
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All metal gear construction. Compact and lightweight design. All of the drills we will test are half-inch cordless. Maximum torque of 450 pounds per inch. We are going to test that rpm 0 to 450 and 0-1700 The bar is durable guaranteed for 90 days The brand of the barrel is made in China The barrel uses a brushed motor The bar has a single LED that remains activated for four seconds after the trigger is pulled It is released with a 3 amp hour battery The barrier weighs only 3 pounds 15.8 ounces 7.75 inches long Let's compare the noise level of the drills with the sound level meter 24 inches from the tool and the barrel is very close to the 80 decibels the

bauer

uses a mechanical clutch and is quite loud at 100 decibels.
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best drill let s find out milwaukee vs dewalt makita bosch festool ryobi bauer ridgid...

The second least expensive brand we'll test is this Ryobi brand, which costs dollars for the drill, battery, and charger, up to 500 inch pounds of torque from zero to 450 as well. from zero to 1750 rpm three years warranty the Roby brand is made in China the Roby comes with a 1.5 amp hour battery but we will use a 4 amp hour battery for testing the Roby has a brushed motor the light only on The Roby remains illuminated while the trigger is activated The Robie weighs 4 pounds 3.9 ounces at 8 and a quarter inches The Roby is a little longer than the Bower at 78 decibels The Robie is a little quieter than the Bauer The clutch of the bata is also a little quieter at 99 decibels at a price of 95 dollars just for the drill and not the battery and charger it is this

ridgid

brand the

ridgid

uses a brushless motor up to 650 inch pounds of torque lifetime warranty micro clutch premium clutch designed with over 100 settings for maximum precision die-cast gearbox for increased tool durability drill comes with handle rigid brand is made in china rigid light stays on for 10 seconds once the trigger is released the rigid is the heaviest yet weighs four pounds and seven ounces at seven and a quarter of an inch the ridgid is the shortest drill but the ridgid is the loudest but at 83 decibels the clutch It's also pretty loud at 100 decibels at a price of $135 just for the drill and not the battery or charger.
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This brand Dewalt is the same as the ridgid the

dewalt

also has a brushless motor the

dewalt

has three speeds maximum power 820 unit watts up to 2000 rpm 11 clutch settings three years warranty made in the USA with global materials the dewalt has three Light Settings The drought offers by far the brightest light on the highest light setting, the Dewalt is the heaviest drill yet, at four pounds and 10 ounces, the Dewalt is very close to eight inches in length and 81 decibels, the Dewalt is a little quieter than the rigid, the mechanical clutch on the baroroby and the rigid are a little louder. than Dewalt's electronic clutch, which is only 73 decibels at a price of $149 just for the tool and not the battery or charger, this Makita brand is the most powerful at 1090 pounds per inch of torque.
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Let's test that brushless motor up to 2100 rpm. The Makita brand is made in China. The

makita

has two LED lights that remain on for 10 seconds once the trigger is released. The

makita

is by far the heaviest drill yet. It weighs five pounds and two ounces. The makita is almost eight inches long, about the same. Like Dewalt, the makita is very close to 80 decibels, the makita's mechanical clutch is the loudest yet at 102. At a price of $153 just for the drill and not the battery or charger, this Milwaukee brand It has up to 60 percent more power. Length up to one and a half inches shorter Speed ​​up to two times faster under heavy load Maximum torque 1,200 inch pounds up to 2,000 rpm Milwaukee comes with a five-year warranty Milwaukee is made in Vietnam Milwaukee LED stays on for 10 seconds once the trigger is released the

milwaukee

weighs about the same as the dewalt at 4 pounds 11.4 ounces the

milwaukee

is the shortest drill, but at just 7 inches the milwaukee is tied for the rigid for the loudest with 83 decibels the electronic clutch in milwaukee is quite quiet at only 70 decibels at a price of 154 dollars just for the drill and not for the battery or the charger is this brand

bosch

maximum rpm 2100 maximum torque 755 pounds per inch the drill is made in Malaysia The Bosch includes a brushless motor The Bosch includes a handle The Bosch weighs 4 pounds and 9.2 ounces, which is just a couple of ounces less than Milwaukee and Dewalt The Bosch LED stays on for 10 seconds once released the trigger,

bosch

is 7.75 inches long, bosch is the quietest yet at 77 decibels, interesting setup with the bosch when the mechanical clutch is activated the electric motor also drops 98 decibels and the most expensive brand will be tested at 544 dollars for the battery the charger in the drill is this Festool brand I will use 4 amp hour batteries and all the other brands, except the Barra brand, the Barra brand simply does not make a 4 amp hour battery the battery is made in China the charger battery is made in Germany maximum torque 531 pounds per inch the drill is made in the Czech Republic the festival is It is supposed to burn almost twice as fast as the competition at 3800 rpm in mode 4.
The Festool has a brushless motor according to your website. This drill will withstand anything you can throw at it or whatever Festool you can throw at it. Easily remove the chuck and install a driver to activate the four LEDs on the Festool. You must press a button next to the lights. The Festool weighs 4 pounds, 10.3 ounces, which is about the same as the Dewalt and Milwaukee at nine inches.

festool

is the longest drill in the range at only 73 decibels the

festool

is the quietest drill the electronic clutch is also quite quiet around 70 decibels if two the weight is an important factor in your purchasing decision the gazebo with a battery of 3 amp hour is the lightest tool at 64 ounces, most other brands weigh between 71 and 75 ounces, but the makita is by far the heaviest at 82 ounces, if you need a drill that is compact enough to tight spaces the milwaukee is the shortest at only 7 inches but the ridgid is only 7.25 the

bauer

and bosch are 7.75 and the dewalt and makita are eight the slowest the roundabout would turn without stopping is 27 rpm.
The Bauer is supposed to produce 450 rpm in first gear and actually did better than advertised at 465. It also surpassed its 1700 rating by producing 1733 rpm. Its obi offers even better low rev control than the Barrow with just 19. The Row came very close to hitting its 450rpm rating in first gear. It was about 90 rpm short of its 1700 rpm rating. Good low rpm control with the Ridgid at just 27. With a fully charged battery, the Ridgid was very close to hitting its 550 RPM rating. the ridgid was a little over 100 rpm short of its 2100 rating. very good low rpm control with the dewalt at just 23. the dewalt is supposed to make 450 rpm in first gear and it produced 453. it also surpassed its rating of 1300 second gears in 40.
Eduard also did slightly better than his 2000 rpm rating in 2011. The makita's low rpm control is the same as the Dewalts in 23. the makita came very close to hitting its 550 rpm rating In first gear, it was slightly above its 2100 rpm rating in 2111. Pretty good low rev control with the Milwaukee in 35. The Milwaukee went up about 30 rpm before reaching its 550 rpm rating in first gear, it was lacking almost 200 rpm to reach its second gear rating, Bosch has the

best

low rev control, but with only 7.3 at 433 rpm in first gear, the boss fell a little short of reaching its 480 rpm rating, le it was almost 200 rpm short of its rating of 2100.
Very good low rpm control with the Fest tool at just 11. It was slightly over its first gear rating of 400 rpm at 404, also over its second gear rating of 850 and exceeded its third gear rating by almost 100. Festool also exceeded its fourth gear 3800 rpm rating by 75. This next dyno will allow us to measure the torque output of the drills. It's a pretty simple setup with a spinning piece of thread. loosely the nuts have been welded into position if you are working with delicate fasteners you will want a clutch that will disengage the drill at very low torque levels the torque adapter will measure in pounds per inch starting with the circle at the lowest torque set the circle no It generated enough torque to move the torque adapter outside of zero inch-pounds, so the gazebo performed very well at the lowest torque setting.
The truck produced 141 pound-per-inch, offering a fairly wide range of torque settings, just like the Ryobi gazebo. It also uses a mechanical clutch and ran well on the lowest torque setting on the highest torque setting the Robbie produced 114 lbs per inch the Ridgid ran great on the lowest torque setting with zero lbs per inch 180 lbs per inch on the highest setting unlike the top three brands Dewalt uses an electronic clutch on the lowest torque setting, Dewalt made 76 inch pounds definitely not a good setting for delicate work at level 11 245 inch pounds for Dewalt , the makita has a mechanical clutch and it worked great on the lowest torque setting zero inch pounds seven eight inch pounds on the highest setting on the lowest torque setting the milwaukee made 136 inch pounds definitely not a tool for delicate work on the highest clutch setting level 14,231 inch pounds the bosch has a mechanical clutch and did a great job on the lowest clutch setting at zero inch pounds, 69 inch pounds and the higher clutch, like the dewalt milwaukee, the festool had problems with the lowest clutch setting at 92 inch lbs, 151 inch lbs and the highest setting, so if you need a tool with the soft touch for applications delicate all drills with mechanical clutches were able to disengage the drill with less than an inch of torque; however, Dewalt Milwaukee and Festool have electronic clutches and you will have to rely on your skills using the variable speed trigger.
For applications requiring low torque, the batteries are fully charged. Some manufacturers claim that there are quite large numbers for maximum torque. However, tool manufacturers use testing techniques that help sell tools and are simply not very realistic, so in this next test I will be using each of the drills in first gear and placing the inline torque adapter into position. We'll see how far each of the drills can drive a half-inch by 10-inch lag screw and track maximum torque by testing the gazebo 143 inch-pounds testing the Ryobi 131 inch-pounds, so Bauer remains in the lead in Rigid tests and the Ridgid moves into the lead with testing at 226 lb. inches, Dewalt and DeWalt had by far the best result yet at 403 lb. inches, taking the lead in the Ridgid tests on the Makita and Makita.
It did very well at 348 inch pounds, but that's not enough to take the lead in Dewalt's testing in Milwaukee, and Milwaukee almost pushed the half-inch lag screw all the way on the four-by-four. Milwaukee takes the lead with 468 pounds per inch testing the Bosch. 289 inch pounds for bosch milwaukee clings to the lead testing the fest tool and the festool made slow and steady progress and finally gave up on 250 inch pounds so if you need a drill that can handle high torque applications , Milwaukee emerged victorious at 468 lbs per inch and Dewalt second with 403. Makita finished in third place with 348 Bosch 289 Fest Tool 250 Ridgid 226 Bauer 143 and Ryobi 131 The next test will be a test of time to see which brand performs the best driving In these five inch bolt delays each brand will have the opportunity to drive five light bolts in as quickly as possible testing the gazebo by the sound of the gazebo it is definitely losing quite a bit of speed under load for the five bolts it averaged 6.59 seconds in the test. first gear

ryobi

and the robyit definitely seemed to slow down more than the bauer 7.45 seconds on average so bower remains in the lead when testing the rigid and the rigid is quite a bit faster than the baron roby at only 5.8 seconds when testing the dewalt and the dewalt delivers around 100 less rpm no load and was almost as quick as a rigid at 5.83 seconds so ridgid is holding on to the lead in makita testing and the makita is the fastest yet at 5.24 seconds on average and takes the lead in the Ridgid to Milwaukee tests with 5.51 seconds for the Milwaukee is very close, but Makita remains in the lead in the Bosch tests 6.68 seconds, which is about a second slower than ridgid dewalt milwaukee and makita testing fest tool 6.68 seconds, so makita came out on top with 5.24 seconds milwaukee 5.51 ridgid 5.8 dewalt 5.83 and bauer fifth at 6.59 seconds in first gear , so next let's test the exercise performance at the highest speed setting, starting with the roundabout and second gear, all batteries are fully charged, the bar lasted about two seconds and did not have enough torque and stayed about half an inch short when testing the Roby in second gear and the Robie was not as quick as the Bower at 2.25 seconds and, like the barrier, came up about half an inch short testing the hardtail, second gear and hardtail. fully inserted both bolts and averaged 2.04 seconds testing the Dewalt in third gear and the Dewalt averaged 1.56 seconds about half a second faster than the rigid and took the lead testing the makita in second gear 1.84 seconds for the Dewalt stay ahead. testing milwaukee in second gear 1.87 seconds, so dewalt remains in the lead testing with bosch 2.02 seconds and bosch moves to fourth place just ahead of the rigid testing the festool at level four, let's try level three, which It is very comparable to the rpm of the other brands 2.47 seconds on average a while ago we fully tested the impact drivers and the Milwaukee fuel dominated the showdown, so the question is: will the Milwaukee fuel impact driver outperform a drill?
The Milwaukee impact driver is in level three, 2.88 seconds for the impact driver on average, so the drills are a little faster, so Dewalt came out on top with 1.56 seconds, makita 1, 84. milwaukee 1.87 bosch 2.02 ridgid 2.04 and festool 2.47 the following test is an endurance test to see how each of the brands performs when we try to spin this engine for two minutes even though the spark plug was removed it takes a lot of effort to spin this engine since the engine brake is still applied. I have tied the green rope to the flywheel so we can see how fast this motor spins.
We will see if each of the brands can spin the motor in second gear and if it can't, we will switch to testing the power brand first. Unfortunately, the Bower simply doesn't make enough torque to spin the engine in second gear. The Bowers survived the two-minute ordeal in first. Unfortunately, the road simply does not. Doesn't make enough torque to spin the motor in second gear, the

ryobi

definitely smells a little hot testing the rigid, unfortunately the rigid just doesn't make enough torque to spin the motor in second gear, the rigid finished the test in first gear , Dewalt had a little problem starting, but once it started it ran fine, so I went ahead and ran the Dewalt 20 seconds longer to make up for the time it had problems at the beginning of the test.
Testing Makita. Unfortunately, the key to lock. About halfway through the test, I went ahead and shifted into first gear to continue the test, testing the Milwaukee. It's fine, there were no problems with the Milwaukee starter and it lasted two minutes testing the Bosch. The boss had no problem getting started, but he shut down. It dropped to 36 seconds, so Bosch had to finish the test in first gear. The festival didn't have enough power in third or fourth gear. When testing in second gear, the Festool performed very well in first gear, so which brand is better. I'm really impressed with the Milwaukee Torque and its compact size, however, both Dewalt and Makita also have their own strengths.
I would recommend any of those three brands if you have already invested in the keg line and already have the battery on the charger. 45 for a drill especially for light work or occasional use, it will be very difficult to top all the videos on this channel, including this one, which are recommended for viewers, so if you have an idea for a video, I hope you will take the time to leave a comment, thank you. So much for watching, please take care and I look forward to next time.

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