Drills

Power and precision for all drilling work around the home and in the workshop
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Moving, renovating, hanging shelves, securing furniture: we all know how indispensable a drill is in the home. That's why Einhell has a large selection of handy and powerful devices. With our impact drills, you can work with common wall-building materials, such as brickwork, stone or tiles - thanks to the powerful impact mechanism. And if you do not only value maximum precision, but also fast and thorough cleanliness, you'll reach for one of our models with vacuum cleaner adapters. Simple, efficient -  and just the right tool for even the most ambitious DIYer.

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TE-ID 1050/1 CE
Impact Drill
TE-ID 1050/1 CE

Item no. 4259621

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TE-ID 500 E
Impact Drill
TE-ID 500 E

Item no. 4259610

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RT-ID 65/1
Impact Drill
RT-ID 65/1

Item no. 4259735

4.6 (5)
TC-ID 18 Li - Solo
Cordless Hammer Drill
TC-ID 18 Li - Solo

Item no. 4513960

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TC-ID 720/1 E
Impact Drill
TC-ID 720/1 E

Item no. 4259848

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TC-ID 720/1 E Kit
Impact Drill Kit
TC-ID 720/1 E Kit

Item no. 4259846

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TC-ID 1000 E Kit
Impact Drill Kit
TC-ID 1000 E Kit

Item no. 4259844

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TC-ID 650 E
Impact Drill
TC-ID 650 E

Item no. 4258682

5 (3)
TC-ID 720 E
Impact Drill
TC-ID 720 E

Item no. 4259819

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TC-ID 1000 Kit
Impact Drill
TC-ID 1000 Kit

Item no. 4259838

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TC-ID 1000 E
Impact Drill
TC-ID 1000 E

Item no. 4259825

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Our impact drills offer you many functions that make drilling easier, even in harder materials. Find out here what these functions are and what else you should know about drillers!

What to look out for when purchasing a drill

With the large selection of drillers, it is not so easy to find the right model for your project. In the following, we explain what you can base your decision on and which technical details are important when buying an impact drill.

 

  1. Power and speed

The choice of the right drill bit, the power of your tool, and the impact and speed play an important role in the selection of your impact drill. With corded models, the wattage number gives you information about the power, with cordless drills you can also influence the runtime and power based on the different batteries. All of our impact drills are equipped with speed electronics that allow you to drill sensitively and in accordance with the material, and to adjust the speed variably. In addition, you can use the continuous operation lock for longer tasks to make your work easier.

Einhell impact drill

 

 

impact drill from Einhell

  1. High drilling power

With our impact drills, you can drill into wood and metal as well as into hard materials such as concrete – however, the drilling performance differs depending on the model. So, before you choose a machine, you should pay attention to the drilling performance. This means the maximum hole diameter you can drill with the machine in wood, metal or concrete. Other values that you can use to compare impact drills are the idle speed and the impact rate. Essentially: the higher the value, the faster a hole is drilled. Incidentally, this also distinguishes impact drillers from cordless impact drivers, because the drivers have a significantly lower speed.

 

 

  1. Helpful features

Achieve precise drill holes with a continuously adjustable depth stop that prevents drilling too deep. All Einhell impact drillers are equipped with a solid metal depth stop and an additional handle. This additional handle at the front of the tool provides a secure grip to better compensate for the vibrations caused by the drilling. You can also choose between the impact drilling and drilling function with our impact drills. A clockwise and anti-clockwise rotation provides additional support when performing screwing work. You can also mount the tools in drill stands with a 43 mm clamping neck and use them as stationary drills.

Einhell impact drill with two functions

 

 

gear ring drill chuck of an Einhell impact drill

  1. Drill bit changing and accessories

Thanks to the large drill chuck, all Einhell impact drills can also accommodate very large drill bits with a holder of up to 13 mm diameter. Changing the drill bit is quick and easy with the help of a quick-action drill chuck. The exact way in which the drill bits are accommodated differs from model to model. You can decide for yourself whether you prefer a gear ring drill chuck or a drill chuck with a simple locking function. To ensure that the tool and accessories can be safely and cleanly stowed away again after work, and easily transported, many of our impact drills are supplied in a practical storage case.

 

 

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