Cordless drills are practical and convenient for places where outlets are not readily available. Visit this site to learn about the similarities and differences between cordless and corded drills.
This dark green and black cordless drill has a drill bit in its hand-tightened chuck and a black rubberized handle to provide good balance in the hand. Many cordless drills have a removable battery, two direction drive, and variable speed motors.
A blue, cordless rotary tool is designed to be used by hand. Craftsman will place the correct bit on the rotary tool depending upon whether it's being used for sanding, rounding, smoothing, or polishing.
A handheld power tool with a rotating bit is known as a rotary tool. Rotary tools may have a cord or be cordless, and power accessories for drilling, sanding, carving, cutting, grinding, or routing are available.