I don't have the 18v drill, but that 7.2v screwdriver is the best on
But you've got to remember, it's a _screwdriver_,
not a drill/driver.
With that very special purpose in mind, it gives you the best of ONE
world, not a compromise between two.
It's got a bit brake, so when you take your finger off the trigger, the
bit stops, therefore preventing boogering. It's got a 1/4" hex
quick-change chuck, so you pop bits in and out in two seconds. (This
gives way to a little extra runout, but the tradeoff is worth it in a
) And don't let the 7.2 volts scare you off...this
thing will drive a #8 wood screw 2.5" into softwood, and it will do it
all day. (Assuming you keep the batteries rotating off the charger.)
It's a heavy-duty tool, one that I couldn't live without.
It normally runs $99, so look at this deal as getting an 18v drill for