The Top 3 Best Black and Decker Drill Drivers (As Of May 2019)
Here are the top 3 Black and Decker drill drivers followed by a list of their latest models:
Considering its aggregate ranking of 92%, we conclude that the Black & Decker BDCDMT120C is currently Alphachooser's best Black and Decker drill driver 2019. Alphachooser also concludes that our sample of 875 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies calling it a "no-brainer best choice."
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With its 4.5 stars computed from 248 reviews, here is what we consider second best Black and Decker drill driver. * Our list is based on a full analysis of hundreds of reviews from around the web.
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The four latest Black and Decker 20v cordless drills (as of June, 2019)
Featuring a 3/8-inch chuck, an 8-hour usage time, but only 10 clutch settings, the Black and Decker BDCDMT120C drill driver boasts of its base that can be fitted with other Matrix interchangeable attachments, such as a hand saw, a sander, an impact driver, or a hedge trimmer, just to mention a few.
The Black and Decker BDCDE120C drill driver uses its automatic clutch to try and stop flush on most screws, while making use of a 3/8-inch chuck, an LED worklight, and a 20-volt lithium-ion battery that is also compatible with other 20V MAX power tools.
Coming in a bit on the heavy side with its 83.2-ounce weight, the 11-clutch-setting Black and Decker LDX220SBFC drill driver features two modes (high-torque and high-speed), a soft bag, and a lithium-ion battery that is also compatible with other 20V MAX series power tools.
Banking on a 3/8-inch chuck and a lithium-ion battery that is compatible with other 20V MAX power tools, the 24-clutch-setting Black and Decker BDC120VA100 drill driver arms itself to the teeth with its 100-piece assortment of drilling/driving accessories.
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Missing out on a carrying case and a battery (this is an old-fashioned corded drill), the Black and Decker DR260C takes on drilling tasks using a 5.2-amp motor, a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, an on-board bit storage, and a bubble level that is meant for more precise drilling.
Despite weighing a slightly-below-average 42.24 ounces, the Black and Decker BDCDD220C drill driver still takes an all-too-familiar stance, carrying 11 clutch settings, a 1500mAh battery, a high no-load RPM of 1400, and a motor with two speeds -- it also does not come with a storage case.
Armed with a 1/2inch single-sleeve chuck, a 2-speed motor, and an above-average 24 clutch settings, the Black and Decker BDCDHP220SB-2 cordless drill driver also comes with an extra lithium-ion battery that can be used by other power tools from the 20V MAX series.
Lacking a carrying case, the 2-year-warranty Black and Decker LDX120C cordless drill driver relies on a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, 11 clutch settings, an LED light, and a 20V MAX lithium-ion battery, which takes 180 to 240 minutes to charge.
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Housing a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, a slow 400-RPM motor, and a built-in 8V battery that uses a microUSB charger, the Black and Decker BDCD8C cordless drill driver seems to display a compact profile with its 1.32-pound weight.
While it scores some rather-high-end points with its 24 clutch settings, the Black and Decker GCO1200C does not seem to be most powerful drill driver out there, as its variable-speed motor can only churn out a below-average maximum torque of 150 inch-pounds.
Its 54-piece project kit might entice you, but the 11-clutch-setting Black and Decker LDX172C drill driver will probably disappoint power-hungry users with its 2-speed motor that only reaches a maximum torque of 60 inch-pounds.
Striking a pose with its 3/8-inch keyless chuck and a 2-speed motor that squeezes out 130 inch-pounds of torque, the Black and Decker SS12C cordless drill driver shoots for power and speed management with its Smart Select dial selector.