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    $189.99 list($360.00)
    1. Panasonic EY6432GQKW 15.6-Volt,
    $249.99 list($494.00)
    2. Panasonic EY6450GQKW 18-Volt Drill
    $179.00 list($320.00)
    3. Panasonic EY6409GQKW 12-Volt,
    $129.99 list($260.00)
    4. Panasonic EY6405FQKW 12-Volt Drill/
    $99.99 list($170.00)
    5. Panasonic EY6105YQW 12-Volt Drill/Driver
    $259.99 list()
    6. Panasonic EY7201GQKW 12-Volt Variable-Speed
    $299.99 list($494.00)
    7. Panasonic EY6950GQKW 18V Hammer
    $399.99 list($680.00)
    8. Panasonic EYC150GQKW 18-Volt Reciprocating
    $189.99 list($340.00)
    9. Panasonic EY6432NQKW 15.6-Volt
    $164.99 list($300.00)
    10. Panasonic EY6409NQKW 12-Volt Drill/
    $299.99 list()
    11. Panasonic EY6535GQW 15.6-Volt
    $129.99 list($177.23)
    12. Panasonic EY6225CQ 3.6-Volt 2-Speed
    $239.99 list($390.00)
    13. Panasonic EY6506NQKW 12 Volt Cordless
    $94.99 list($150.00)
    14. Panasonic EY9231B 15.6-Volt 3.5
    $79.99 list($111.95)
    15. Panasonic EY503B 2.4-Volt Cordless
    $349.99 list($466.19)
    16. Panasonic EY3530NQMKW 15.6-Volt
    $379.99 list($464.35)
    17. Panasonic EYC135NQKW 15.6-Volt
    $59.99 list($75.44)
    18. Panasonic EY9106B 12-Volt Ni-CAD
    $74.99 list($84.80)
    19. Panasonic EY9136B 15.6-Volt Battery
    $26.99 list($32.46)
    20. Panasonic EY9021B 2.4-Volt Battery

    1. Panasonic EY6432GQKW 15.6-Volt, 1/2" Cordless Hyperformance Drill with 2 NiMH Batteries
    list price: $360.00
    our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009KDGX
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 36
    Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 15.6-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. The 3-1/2 amp NiMH batteries deliver remarkable run time per charge, which is a big plus, especially if you need a tool for continuous use. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 390 inch-pounds of torque--as much (if not more) than anyone needs in a cordless tool. The motor's speed control allows full torque at any speed, so you can apply full torque while still maintaining control. The tool features dual speed ranges of 65 to 450 and 200 to 1,450 rpm. The 1/2-inch chuck takes bigger bits. The first thing you notice about this tool, however, is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8-1/2 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft-pad grip provides extra cushion and the tool's balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. The 3-1/2 amp batteries are ventilated, so they last longer, delivering up to 1,200 charges and recharges. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes a 55-minute universal charger and hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact and lightweight for all-day use
    • Two 3.5 amp Ni-MH battery packs for longer run time
    • Delivers 390 in./lbs. of torque
    • 1/2-inch keyless chuck offers big-bit capacity
    • 55-minute charge saves time

    Reviews (27)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Kept Secret in Cordless Drills
    I've owned or used a lot of cordless drills, from Black and Decker (ugh), Porter Cable, DeWalt, Milwaulkee, Makita and others, but I'd never heard of the Panasonic until a friend who does a lot of decks introduced me to it. He was using the earlier 12 volt model, but everything I discovered in using that drill applies to this one as well.

    Panasonic isn't thought of as a power tool company, but their cordless drills are the best I've ever used, bar none. They've got the fastest recharge rate- 15 minutes- and that translates to more time drilling and less time recharging. It also translates to longer battery life; the less time spent charging, the less the heat buildup, and that's what kills these batteries. I know my friend has been using his on a daily basis for over five years with the original battery. The Panasonic drills also seem to get more useful drilling out of a single charge, something that recent tests by one magazine confirm.

    My current 1/2" Makita is still going strong, but if it should happen to give up the ghost, I'm replacing it with a Panasonic.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best Drill - but battery life question
    I purchased the original 3.0 amp-hour 15.6 drill in winter 1999. The drill has always perfomed flawlessly and easliy had the best run time in comparison to 12 volt Makita's and 14.4 volt Dewalts I had used previously. I built two small boats out of white oak with this drill (all drilling and screwing) as my only drill. This included numerous 2 1/2" hole sawing through 3/4" particle board temporary framing. The drill is awesome.

    My "but" comes with the battery life. Both of my batteries were shot by early 2002, with a total life of just over 2-1/2 years. There is no way I put 1,200 charge cycles into these batteries, more like 2 charges per battery per week. The run time usually last for almost a full day of boat work. That equates to approximately 260 charges. I dont know why Panasonic is advertising 1,200 charges I know my previous 14.4 Dewalt was slightly better for battery life, but the old Makita was much better. Is it the Ni-Mh battery that does not hold up over time, or maybe the batteries should always be inside, not in the varing temperatures of the garage.

    With that said, I will be purchasing the new 3.5 amp-hour version. I just get irked that 2 replacement batteries cost as much as the whole new kit. Panasonic should make new batteries more affordable, because now I have two great drills and chargers, but only 2 batteries. Yup, bend over for the "lord of the landfill".

    5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended
    One of the top tools I have ever purchased. Runs like a sewing machine. Plently of power, it has never stalled out, and I have been using it for over one year. The chuck is excellent. The drill is light weight and easy to hold over long periods of time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A terrific tool
    Amzingly powerful, I've never been able to stall it. I have yet to run a battery dead, even after heavy use, I just recharge 'em anyway, and they don't lose charge when idle.

    I misplaced it in New Jersey, and was without it when I needed to drive some screws. All I had at hand was my good 'ol Milwaukee half inch, corded. I sure missed the light weight and power of the Panasonic and the instant electric brake. The huge motor of the "big Red one" seemed to coast forever after releasing the trigger.

    Got my EY6432 back a few days later, and sold the Red one I'd had for 10 years on eBay! (for $90)

    The Panasonic has so much power, I'll not need a cord drill ever again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great deal
    Powerful and precise, no slipping, and gets into every nook, cranny and corner. This PANASONIC CORDLESS is indestructible. I can't tell you how many times I've dropped or knocked this thing over. I've used it on my car, on just about every part of my house. And for the price that Amazon is asking, every professional or handiman should have one on their workbenches. ... Read more


    2. Panasonic EY6450GQKW 18-Volt Drill Driver
    list price: $494.00
    our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000DEZNB
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 882
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • High performance drilling speed
    • 18-volt 3.5Ah Ni-MH battery for high speed drilling
    • High torque drilling capability
    • Lightweight ergonomic design

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars the seceret weapon
    As a union journey man plumber I am always looking for the best product to increase my productivity. THis is the best Drill I have ever owned. Lightweight, Long Lasting and the Quality of being manufactured in Japan, not China like alot of its competitors. The battery technology and warranty are what really sold me. Having batteries go bad from overcharging or heat, the SoCal summers, is a big problem down here. THey have a warranty on the batteries for like 2000 charges. That is like 3 years, incredible. Also a problem is theft of tools and with the Panasonic I am the only person on the job with the tools so there is no confusion or misplacing of my tools. The only drawback is that Panasonic doesnt offer a full line of battery compatible cordless saws and lights yet. AS for this deal specifically where else can you get a top of the line Drill with 50$ in rebates. I paid the same for an 18v what most are paying for a 14.4v and mine is full of high technology. I completely reccomend this drill the the serious professional. ... Read more


    3. Panasonic EY6409GQKW 12-Volt, 1/2" Cordless Hyperformance Drill Kit with 2 NiMH Batteries
    list price: $320.00
    our price: $179.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006IIO5
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 500
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 12-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. The 3 amp NiMH batteries deliver impressive run time per charge, which is a big plus, especially if you need a tool for continuous use. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 293 inch-pounds of torque, while the motor's speed control allows full torque delivery at any speed, with dual speed ranges of 0 to 400 and 1 to 1,300 rpm. The 1/2-inch chuck takes bigger bits. The first thing you notice about this tool, however, is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8-3/16 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft-pad grip provides extra cushion and the balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes two of Panasonic's long-lasting 3 amp NiMH batteries, a universal charger, and a hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact and lightweight for comfortable all-day use
    • Two 3.5 Amp NiMH battery packs for long run time
    • Delivers 293 in./lbs. of torque
    • 1/2-inch keyless chuck handles larger bits
    • 55-minute charge save time

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best cordless ever
    I've been using cordless drills since they first came out 25yrs ago. I've had 7.6 volt skill, 9 volt B&D, 12 volt skill, 12 volt bosch, 14.4 Riobi, 14.4 DeWalt and 18 volt Bosch and the 12 volt Panasonic is the best. It's light and the batteries hold a charge longer then any other. I use my drills all day everyday and I have to change from driving screw to drilling holes and this drill works and it doesn't wear out you arm. What more could you want. Yeah it cost more but you get what you pay for.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Drill you will ever buy!
    After going through a couple of medium priced off the shelf drills that either locked up or were too heavy to use comfortably in a days work this one proved to go the distance! Lightweight, very quiet, easy to use, and super powerful! One year old and going strong! BEST DRILL EVER!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good drill, although expensive
    Panasonic makes good cordless drills/drivers. They are well designed and last a long time. Probably the best 2 things about them is the flawless chuck design (holds even the smallest of bits in place without coming loose), and the long 3.5Ah runtime batteries. That said, they are more expensive than other brands.

    I ended up with a Makita 14.4v. It was a much better value for the money especially because as of this writing, Makita is offering some attractive rebates. Also I liked the feel and balance of Makita better. The Panasonic has a huge and heavy battery while the Makita's battery is lighter (but probably doesn't last quite as long). Subsequently, the Panasonic felt like a brick was attached to the handle. Also, the case that comes with the Makita is much better-more sturdy and better designed (although larger) than Panasonic's cheapy case. Further, the Panasonic battery charger is much larger than the Makita one.

    This kit comes complete with the drill, a black plastic hard case, 2 batteries and charger.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the lot
    Having used and worn out cordless industrial drills from AEG, Bosch, Black & Decker (DeWalt), Milwaukee, and Makita, I conclude that Panasonic (my several-years-old 12volt version of this one, with NiCD batteries) beats 'em all hands-down for quality, versatility, and long life. The 15-minute fast charge option (now 20 minutes as the batteries have aged) has been helpful at times. The 21-stage friction torqe clutch has been consistent, unlike Bosch's misbegotten electronic torque limiter design. Most important, though, in my opinion, is the automatic spindle lock and SUPERB chuck that grabs and HOLDS bits without slipping, unlike every other keyless design I've used on portable drills. When this baby bites the dust, Panasonic will again be my first choice for replacement.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Drill
    I bought this unit a few weeks ago and am very satisfied with it. But this is my first cordless drill, and I've used it only for relatively light-duty projects around the house, so take my comments with those caveats in mind.

    I've found the weight, torque, and comfort in the hand are all excellent for me. Some people I've shown it to have commented on the whine it makes, but but I don't think it's any noisier than other drills, just different sounding.

    I took off one star because the trigger doesn't give a continuous range of speeds. It starts well at slow speeds, but tends to "kick over" to a very high speed with no transition as the trigger is pulled back. This happens in both the Low and High switch settings. That can be disconcerting.

    Things missing that some (other) users might care about: No built-in level; no place to store screws/bits, etc. on the base. Good feature some other units don't have: stands up nicely on its handle. Good universal charger, and I like the NiMH batteries for ecological reasons if nothing else. There is a unit with 3.5 AH batteries, but I got this one with the smaller batteries because I figured the lighter weight was more important than the presumably longer work time between charges for my uses. The chuck is very easy to use, and looks like it runs true to me. Instruction manual tells nothing, but what didn't you know about what it does? ... Read more


    4. Panasonic EY6405FQKW 12-Volt Drill/ Driver Kit with 2 2.0Ah Ni-Cd Battery Packs
    list price: $260.00
    our price: $129.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006IIO9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 756
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 12-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 293 inch-pounds of torque, while the motor's speed control allows full torque delivery at any speed, with dual speed ranges of 0 to 400 and 1 to 1,300 rpm. The 2 amp ni-cad batteries provide solid run time and charge in just 30 minutes. But the first thing you notice about this tool is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft-pad grip provides extra cushion and the balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes two 2 amp ni-cad batteries, a universal charger, and a hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact and lightweight: weighs just over 4 pounds, measure only 8 inches long
    • Two 2.0 amp ni-cad batteries charge in just 30 minutes
    • Delivers 293 in./lbs. of torque
    • Features 3/8-inch keyless chuck, 18-stage clutch, and an electronic brake
    • Electronic speed control offers full torque at any rpm

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars THE ABSOLUTE BEST IN A COMPETATIVE MARKET
    I've had the older model of this drill with the NiMH batteries for several years. It was my second Panasonic. Previous one was the 14.4 volt, and I used it so much the batteries wore out, but not the drill. I've had Bosch (chuck wobbles), Porter-Cable (poor quality), and Milwaukee (great, but trigger pinches your fingers), etc. Panasonic is the best by far.

    Pros: chuck holds even the smallest bit, excellent balance, really durable, light but powerful enough that if you need more get a drill with a cord or an impact driver. If I had to do it again, I'd go with this Ni-Cad model because it holds a charge longer than the NiMH and is cheaper, although the run time is less.

    Cons: None ... Read more


    5. Panasonic EY6105YQW 12-Volt Drill/Driver
    list price: $170.00
    our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00062N6FI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 2064
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    Features

    • Variable speed control / reversible
    • 18- stage clutch plus drill position
    • Compact, Light Weight, Ergonomic Design
    • 2 - 1.2Ah Ni-Cd battery packs
    • 30 minute quick charging system

    6. Panasonic EY7201GQKW 12-Volt Variable-Speed Impact Driver

    our price: $259.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002ZGROQ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 1398
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    7. Panasonic EY6950GQKW 18V Hammer Drill & Driver Kit
    list price: $494.00
    our price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00062N69E
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 3821
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    Features

    • 1/2" Keyless Chuck
    • Variable speed control / reversible
    • Max Torque: 425 in.lbs
    • RPM: 1,550 rpm, BPM 28,000 """
    • 2 - High Capacity 3.5ah Ni-MH Battery Packs

    8. Panasonic EYC150GQKW 18-Volt Reciprocating Saw/Drill Combination Kit
    list price: $680.00
    our price: $399.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000DYV3P
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 6710
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    Features

    • Powerful cutting power at 0-2,700 strokes per minute
    • High capacity 3.5Ah Ni-MH battery for extended run time
    • Keyless blade clamping system for quick blade changes
    • New ergonomic balanced tool body for comfort and control
    • 65 minute charging system for less down time

    9. Panasonic EY6432NQKW 15.6-Volt Drill/ Driver Kit
    list price: $340.00
    our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009KDGY
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 1186
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 15.6-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. The 3 amp NiMH batteries deliver impressive run time per charge, which is a big plus, especially if you need a tool for continuous use. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 390 inch-pounds of torque--as much (if not more) than anyone needs in a cordless tool. The motor's electronic speed control allows full torque at any speed, so you can apply full torque while still maintaining control. The tool's dual speed ranges are 65 to 450 and 200 to 1,450 rpm. The 1/2-inch chuck takes bigger bits. The first thing you notice about this tool, however, is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8-1/2 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft pad grip provides extra cushion and the tool's balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes a 45-minute universal charger and a hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact and lightweight for all-day use
    • Two 3.0 amp NiMH battery packs provide 50 percent longer run time
    • Delivers 390 in./lbs of torque for big applications
    • 1/2-inch keyless chuck handles larger bits
    • 45-minute charge saves time

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best I've ever owned
    I'm a weekend warrior but use my Panasonic cordless drill nearly every week. I've had if for more than a year. It works very well. Battery life is excellent, I will ALWAYS try to buy NiMH batteries in the future. They are far superior to NiCd batteries. (Battery life is such that I rarely have to change batteries on a weekend project. There is no "memory effect" on the batteries so I don't worry about fully discharging a battery before recharging it.) The drill itself works great. The one hand keyless chuck is very easy to use. The clutch works well. Two speeds, fast for drilling, slower for driving screws are appropriate. Size/weight/power/controls are perfect for me. (I'm an average size guy.) If I had it to do over, I would have purchased the Drill/Driver combination with the circular saw. Saw is not available w/o batteries & charger like other brands. If it were, I'd buy it in a second! Are you listening Panasonic/Amazon?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Size matters.
    I have done over 30 years in the remodeling trades. I have always preferred compact drills to larger ones. I have used many of the different cordless drill models; mostly because the batteries wear out and it is always cheaper to get a new drill with two batteries than it is to get two replacement batteries. I have had this drill for nearly a year now and the batteries are still working. The drill itself is light, powerful, and it has a precise feel to it that pleases me. It compares favorably to many of the 18 volt drills I have used but it is lighter and smaller. I should mention that I have never owned or used a cordless drill that I didn't like, but that being said, this is my favorite to date.

    5-0 out of 5 stars the best
    The best cordless drill i have used .comfortable to use
    ,powerful as an 18 volt model.I have used cordless tools from every major manufacturer and panasonic is the best.If only panasonic made electric tools!Panasonic never promote tools in the uk and as such there are very few stockists.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Balance, power, long legs, and a helluva price
    I don't understand why Panasonic doesn't push these tools. They're the best you can buy. After seven years of overloading it, I finally burnt up the 12V I had at work and bought this...
    The tool: This just feels right in your hand, it doesn't tug your wrist. The chuck is much better than my old one as it ratchets in both directions. The chuck on my old tool would loosen up when I was breaking and extracting a bunch of sheet metal screws. I never ate a clutch, unlike the DeWalts our construction division bought. We'll see how this one holds up with the extra power (I've only had it for a few months). When I get into sheet metal on our equipment, I appreciate a light tool, I'm getting old. This tool weighs more than a 12V, but I can do the repetitious work without fatigue. With the higher voltage tools I need 2 hands after a while. I have a 12V at home that I DID buy from Amazon (model EY6407NQKW) xlnt.
    I'm a heavy equipment mechanic/power generation technician and fully expect my 15.6 to last to my retirement in 4 yrs.
    jd ... Read more


    10. Panasonic EY6409NQKW 12-Volt Drill/ Driver Kit
    list price: $300.00
    our price: $164.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006IIO7
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 2757
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Amazon.com Review

    Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 12-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. The 3 amp NiMH batteries deliver impressive run time per charge, which is a big plus, especially if you need a tool for continuous use. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 293 inch-pounds of torque, while the motor's speed control allows full torque delivery at any speed, with dual speed ranges of 0 to 400 and 1 to 1,300 rpm. The 1/2-inch chuck takes bigger bits. The first thing you notice about this tool, however, is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8-3/16 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft-pad grip provides extra cushion and the balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes two of Panasonic's long-lasting 3 amp NiMH batteries, a universal charger, and a hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact and lightweight for comfortable all-day use
    • Two 3.0 amp NiMH battery packs for longer run time
    • Delivers 293 in./lbs. of torque
    • 1/2-inch keyless chuck handles larger bits
    • 45-minute charger saves time

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent drill
    This is an excellent drill. At 12-Volts this Panasonic packs plenty of punch, and maintains constant speed under load. The finish is excellent and all parts fit together snugly. This drill has just the right weight and size, and fits comfortably in your hand. The Panasonic kit comes with two 3.0 amp batteries so you always have one in the ready. My battery lasts a full day with heavy use.

    I bought the Panasonic to replace a 12-V Makita. The Panasonic has more power at the same voltage (the 3 amp batteries). Small drill bits will not spin in the chuck!!! The electronic brake is also excellent, althought this can't be good for the brushes. No problems so far.

    My only complaint is that the trigger needs to be more sensitive/responsive. It slowly increases RPM's as you depress it, and then goes right to full speed.

    Overall, I highly recommend this drill for all general tasks. It will out-perform other 12V drills, and is just the right weight to carry around or for working overhead.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect combination of weight and power.
    I bought this model about 6 months ago and am impressed with its ergonomics,weight, and decent power. I was looking for a new cordless to add to my collection of drills and narrowed my choices down to this drill and the 12 volt Makita 6217DWDEX. The Panosonic is about a 1/4 lbs lighter- at 4 pounds, has a 1/2" chuck versus a 3/8" chuck, and comes with 3amp ni-mh batteries versus 2.6 amp ni-mh for the Makita. Why a 12 volt? Because of weight. What's been happening to cordless drills over the last 2-3 years is ridiculous. The 18 and 24 volt models are now weighing in at around six pounds, are a foot long,and cost twice as much as a good quality high amp corded drill. Torque? How much do you need? More on that later. Anyway, let's talk about this Panasonic drill.
    The build quality is excellent. The seams line up perfectly, decals are put on straight, and there were no flaws in its apperance. The grip on this drill is made of a "grippy" rubber which prevents slippage if your hands are sweaty. This "grippy" rubber handle runs up the back of the drill. This could provide a little bit of cushioning protection if you accidentally drop the drill onto a hard surface. The 1/2" keyless ratcheting chuck grips bits very tightly. I haven't had any round shank drills spin on me. I checked the run out of the chuck with a gauge pin and Starrett test indicator and obtained a reading of .004" runout. Quite acceptable for a hand held drill. The 3 amp batteries have ventilation slots in the bottom. This is an important feature because the number one enemy of batteries is heat. Excessive heat will kill batteries. This heat is generated when recharging batteries or if the tool is under a very heavy load. The battery life is excellent so far. I've driven over 300 number 12 screws, 2", on a single charge into treated deck lumber. I've also used a 1 inch spade drill to drill through several 2" thick floor joists and the drill hasn't bogged down. One thing I did notice is that the drill handle gets hot under extended use. The battery doesn't get hot, just the handle and the bottom of the drill housing. This concerns me a little. Heat kills motors eventually. I'll have to keep an eye on this. The batteries have an excellent "shelf life." I've left one of my batteries in the case without charging it for 4 months and it still has a strong charge.
    On to rpm, torque, and the clutch. This drill like most has two speed ranges-low, up to 400rpm and high, up to 1300rpm. The trigger on this drill is average. What I mean is that once the trigger is depressed about 2/3rds of the way the drill kicks into maximum rpm. I would like to have a more sensitive trigger. This is my only major complaint about the operation of this drill. By the way, the electric brake on this drill is fabulous! It stops the drill so quickly that the drill actually twitches in your hand when you release the trigger. It's instantaneous! There are 18 clutch settings. The clutch collar clicks solidly when adjusting the clutch and doesn't jump out of position. The torque rating on this drill is advertised to be 293 in. pounds in low gear with the clutch locked out. This is wrong! The actual torque is 199 in. lbs. The 293 in. lbs. is what Panasonic calls its "free load" torque. This "free load" torque is based on mathematical calculations that consider the gear train, magnets in the motor, electrical motor efficiency, and amperage provided by the batteries. It's a theoretical measurement. Under load-when work is actually being done- the actual torque is about 30% less than the advertised torque. What! Don't worry, Dewalt, Makita, Bosch, and Milwaukee, all the premium brands, advertise in the same manner. It's deceptive and unethical (part of the "torque war" that's going on right now), but helps to explain why when a group of 12volt, or 14.4 volt, or 18 volt drills are tested, they are all nearly identical in performance. Some may drill a few more holes, some may drive a few more lag bolts, but the results are pretty close to each other. I knew the torque of this drill was less than advertised before I bought it and wasn't too concerned about it. 199 in lbs. will easily twist the heads off of 10# wood screws if you don't pre drill holes- I've done that. Here's a tip. Whatever the advertised torque is on a cordless drill- subtract 30% from it to get the actual torque. One last comment about torque and this Panasonic. This drill has a feature called "full torque speed control." This means you get the same amount of maximum torque in low range with the clutch locked out no matter how far you depress the trigger. You get the same maximum torque at 70 rpm as you do at 400rpm. This provides great control when driving fasteners. You don't have to "open up" the rpm's to get that extra torque to seat a stubborn screw or lag bolt.
    My final conclusion about this drill is that it is well built, lightweight, has enough torque for 95% of your jobs, and has unbelievable battery life. Why lug around a 6 pound 18 volt or 24 volt drill all day when a compact 12 volt will handle almost any fastening or drilling job you encounter? I see a lot of electricians and hvac people use Panasonic 12 volt drills, and I understand why. Nobody wants to stand on a ladder and hold some behemoth drill overhead all day. I would rate this drill as 4- to 4 1/2 stars. I think the trigger should be more sensitive and I am a little concerned about the drill becoming hot under extended use, but I think it has the best combination of weight, ergonomics, battery life, and torque of any compact drill on the market.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good replacement
    Well made replacement for older model Panasonic 12v which lasted 7 years - - the trigger operation does jump from very slow to fast rather abruptly - I would prefer a more gradual, smoother transition.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool
    This is my third Panasonic Drill Kit in the past seven years. I have been very please with the performance. The problem I have is the batteries are very expensive, two replacement batteries cost almost as much as the entire drill kit,( I now have three Drills with chargers), so when you need batteries you may as well buy the entire kit, it is about the same price as two batteries. It would definately be a five star tool if you could replace the batteries reasonably. ... Read more


    11. Panasonic EY6535GQW 15.6-Volt Multi Drill & Driver Kit

    our price: $299.99
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    Asin: B00009KDGW
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 8520
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    Features

    • 3.5 amp hour nickel metal hydride battery
    • Professional multi-function drill and driver with impact mode
    • Attachable 1/2" keyless chuck and 1/4" hex quick change
    • 1/2" square drive with pin detent
    • Up to 1,100 in. lbs. Of torque in impact mode

    12. Panasonic EY6225CQ 3.6-Volt 2-Speed Screwdriver Kit
    list price: $177.23
    our price: $129.99
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    Asin: B0000223NK
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 1234
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Includes one battery pack and 15-minute charger
    • Two-speed
    • Compact and light weight
    • Large rocker-switch changes drill or driving from forward to reverse
    • Auto shut-off clutch

    Reviews (6)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Panasoic gone bad
    This electric screwdriver is worth about 9.99 and is overpriced.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Screwdriver Ever
    If you are in the market for an electric screwdriver for home or work you need to put one of these in your hands. Use it once and you'll see what all the rave is about. You CAN NOT be disappointed with this purchase.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good Screwdriver ~ If it dosn't break
    This is one of the best cordless screw drivers on the market. Especially for repairing or assembling electronic devices. (computers)
    BUT.....
    You better hope it never breaks. Panasonic repair center will not offer service to repair it, even though it is their product. They want you to send it to a authorized service center, but they don't want to be bothered with something like a cordless screwdriver. its more expensive than some cordless drills. You would think Panasonic would give it more consideration when it comes to service, especially because it is usually only bought by professionals that buy high end tools such as this.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good tool, could be great
    I use this tool for electronics assembly, mostly computers. What sets this model apart from 98% of the rest is the electronic clutch. Unlike the mechanical clutches on other tools, its action does not vary based on how hard you push on the screw. That means you can achieve more reliable torque settings and can work on more delicate assemblies. Further more it doesn't make that awful ratcheting sound when the clutch engages. The Makita 6705DW also has electronic clutch, but its form is too large and its handle does not articulate into a pistol grip.

    Sadly, this is the best lightweight inline cordless screwdriver I could find. To be perfect this tool needs five things. First, a carry case. None is included or available. Second, a modern battery. This tool uses nickel cadmium batteries, which are large (relatively) and suffer from memory effects. Any high performance cordless device should have nickel metal hydride or lithium ion batteries, which could make this tool smaller, lighter, and give improved battery life. Third, I want a screwdriver that has continuously variable speed like that is common on many cordless drills (but not screwdrivers).This tool is just on or off, in high or low gear. Fourth, and minor, it comes with only 2 philips head bits. Strangely, no slotted bits (or any other bits at all) are included. Fifth, it should have a compartment that would accommodate 1 or 2 bits on board the tool like many cordless drills do.

    This tool is the best available but it's not the tool I wanted to buy and was willing to pay for.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best cordless tool
    I have owned 6 different "stick drills" over the past 10 years. This panasonic is far above all the others. The adjustable clutch allows for precision work and the rapid rechargeable battery really only takes 15 minutes. I wish they made a model with the power switch on the opposite side for us lefties! ... Read more


    13. Panasonic EY6506NQKW 12 Volt Cordless Impact Driver
    list price: $390.00
    our price: $239.99
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    Asin: B0000DYV3O
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 8123
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 45 min charging system
    • High capacity 3.0Ah Ni-MH battery
    • Compact Body (length 6-1/8")
    • Light weight (3.2lbs)
    • High power (867 in lbs)

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Powerful little monster
    Big fan of panasonic cordless tools.. this is my 3rd. I was having a problem countersinking big screws into hardwood or cement board so based on some advice picked up this tool.. It took over where my very powerful 15.6 left off.. taking 3" screws that were stripped and wouldn't go in and countersinking them no problemo... the impact nature makes it less likely to break screws like the 15.6 does occasionally... I actually put a 3" screw about 1" countersunk into a FIR stud just testing out the capabilities. Quite literally it will keep driving most screws 'til you let go of the trigger, so better use a dimple bit on softer material.

    caveat: i had a few minutes of buyers remorse when i first used it as it is QUITE loud.. make no mistake when this is working your house is 'under construction'.. however you do get quite used to it, it's definiately worse as a bystander.

    I would rate it 4 1/2 stars for the one major problem: non standard chuck... argh on panasonic.. why why why? the solution to fix it is to put a slug of 1/4 hex cut off an old bit shank into the chuck or perhaps a couple #4 hex nuts (if that's what is 1/4"). .makes for easier removal if necessary... anyhow they did it so the double-headed bit that comes with fits nicer but makes NORMAL quick bits jam... and i have yet to find any bits whatsover including from panasonic that match the groove for the double headed quick bit that comes with.

    The charger that comes with is awesome because it works up to 18V batts... i can bring one charger and all my tools someplace and can charge my drill, my impact or my saw no need for 3 chargers.

    Until the torque load gets high enough it operates just like a drill, so small bits and small screws work great just like your drill and pretty much silent.

    I'm thrilled with the driver it's possibly my favorite tool.. too bad it needs a hack to fix it, but with the fix it's flawless. ... Read more


    14. Panasonic EY9231B 15.6-Volt 3.5 amp NiMH Battery
    list price: $150.00
    our price: $94.99
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    Asin: B00009KDH0
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 11141
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    Features

    • 15.6-volt NiMH battery provides long-lasting power
    • Compact 3.5 amp design packs more electrical elements into smaller unit
    • Ventilation system keeps battery cool during charging
    • Charges in 55 minutes

    15. Panasonic EY503B 2.4-Volt Cordless Drill & Driver, with Battery and Charger
    list price: $111.95
    our price: $79.99
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    Asin: B000051WS5
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 3214
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com

    For its size, this cordless has a mighty lot of torque. It easily converts from a standard straight grip to a pistol grip, which we found to be more comfortable. It drives and backs out screws with the best of them, and it drills, too, with six clutch settings (only six, you say? Remember, it's only 2.4 volts) We think it's amazingly strong for its size, packing 26 inch/pounds of torque. And we like the choice of speeds--200 or 400 rpm--depending on whether your work is delicate or difficult. The battery recharges fast; it only takes an hour. Since it comes with No. 1 and No. 2 Phillips bits, it's ready to tackle any household chore from electronics to woodworking and basic repairs. It's a great little worker.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • One-year warranty, 30-day satisfaction guarantee
    • Easily converts from straight to pistol form
    • Fully charges battery in 1 hour
    • 2 speed gearbox, 200 or 400 rpm
    • Multi-stage clutch plus drill setting

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just as good as it looks!!
    The 2.4V wireless panasonic driver made my job easy and don't worry about the 2.4V, which must be proven to be more powerful than you expect. It was perfectly working for my tedious boring job at home. If anyone who interested in electric tool for hobby or whatever, try to own it. You are not going to be disappointed. You will like it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One rockin power screwdriver
    I have used this driver for the last eight years as well as some others on the market, nothing will beat this unit. I am on my third driver now, not bad considering that I use this driver literally at least a dozen times a day. I use it in my work as a major appliance tech., I would recomend this driver without any reservations at all!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Lightweight Cordless Screwdriver
    I've owned my Panasonic 2.4v screwdriver for about ten years, albeit unused for the past 5 or so due to lack of fresh NiCd batteries. Anyway, the EY503B was the best lightweight cordless screwdriver you could buy back around 1991, two speed with torque clutch. I used it professionally daily back then and it's versatility and performance always made my job easier. I recently bought fresh batteries and look forward to putting it back into my tool bag.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Tool Ever Invented!
    I have owned this tool for about 6 years, and my only complaint is that I've used it so much that I need a new battery for it, and I'm having trouble finding one. Make sure you get at least two or even three batteries for it. You'll be amazed at how much work you can do with this tool. This was the first battery-powered tool I ever bought, and although I now have a more powerful cordless drill for bigger jobs, I still come back to this one time and again for small jobs. It is light weight and its ability to bend in the middle make it work in almost any circumstance and give it great balance. It takes up almost no space in the kitchen drawer.

    There are so many different kinds of hex shaft accessories that you can use with this tool. I've used the tool with nut drivers and drill bits. I even have a small hex-shaft drill chuck that further increases the usefulness of this thing. If you have a bigger cordless drill (12-18 volt), get one of these too. For smaller jobs you will experience much less wrist fatigue using this tool. Gone are the days when a small household project left me with blisters in the middle of my palms from using a hand screwdriver. I highly recommend this tool. ... Read more


    16. Panasonic EY3530NQMKW 15.6-Volt Metal Saw Kit
    list price: $466.19
    our price: $349.99
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    Asin: B00009KDGV
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 19878
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    Features

    • One-year warranty, 30-day satisfaction guarantee
    • Desiged to cut metal: plate to 3/16-inch, round stock to 5/8-inch
    • Ideal for conduit, threaded rod, strut, and thin metals such as siding
    • Two 3.0 amp NiMH batteries included
    • Quick 45-minute charge time

    17. Panasonic EYC135NQKW 15.6-Volt Cordless Performance Package Wood Combo Kit
    list price: $464.35
    our price: $379.99
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    Asin: B00009KDGL
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 9766
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Carrying case
    • 15.6-volt wood saw
    • 15.6-volt Hyperformance drill/driver
    • Two 3.0 Ah NiMH batteries
    • 45-minute universal charger

    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic cordless drill/saw combo
    I've owned a Panasonic 15.6V cordless drill for a couple of years now; it's a fantastic drill, the best I've seen or used. The Ni-Mh batteries are state-of-the-art; the feel and function of the tool is just about perfect. So I decided to get another along with with the cordless circular saw.

    The saw is pretty good, kind of rinky-dink as far as rigidity of the saw base, but typical of these tools and it does everything I could want as long as I don't expect it to be a fine finish carpenter's saw.

    So why don't I rate this kit 5 stars? Well, the blow-molded cases are worthless. If I pay $360 for a pair of good tools, I expect the case to be good too. This combo case is a huge, very inefficient storage unit with little room left over to easily store driver/drill bits, spare saw blades, etc. So minus one star for that.

    And the saw has a 20mm arbor, which means you are pretty much stuck with buying Panasonic blades for the saw. You can't just go to your local hardware or Big Box store and get the typical sawblade that has a 1/2" arbor. Poor thinking, worth taking off another star.

    It's too bad, I think. Panasonic definitely has the jump on every other cordless manufacturer as far as battery technology and ergonomics. They just need to work on a couple of details, and they'd be King.

    Some of these manufacturer's oversights make me wonder just who does any "real-world" testing of this stuff before it reaches the marketplace. It can't be working tradespeople, or maybe Panasonic doesn't care much for the feedback?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic tops all others
    I managed a national-scope tool store for six years and have been working in construction trade full time for the last three years. The Panasonic drill and saw have proven to be physically tougher, batteries last longer, and have more power than DeWalt, Porter-Cable, and Makita, or any other drill I ever used, sold, or recieved customer feedback on. In our shop, the saw positively humbles our Makita and DeWalt cordless saws for power and battery life ( like 4-5 times the run time - no joke). Our 5 Panasonic 15.6v drills outpower and outlast all the drills we have ever used, including out 18V Makita and 19.2V Porter Cable, while being much lighter. If you try one of these, you will not be dissapointed. Only tip - pick up a few extra blades, they are a bit hard to come by.
    Other companies may do a better job marketing, but Panasonic does a better job buiding quality tools that perform better than the others in a hard use setting such as my cabinet shop. ... Read more


    18. Panasonic EY9106B 12-Volt Ni-CAD Battery
    list price: $75.44
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B0000223NB
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 4916
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 12-volt, Ni-CAD battery
    • 1,200 charge/discharge cycles
    • 30-minute charge time

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic Drill Battery Type F
    This battery is an excellent replacement for the type "C" battery that shipped with the drill. It is a third again larger and slightly heavier than the original (which some may consider a disadvantage) but provides more torque and longer run time. Highly recommended ... Read more


    19. Panasonic EY9136B 15.6-Volt Battery Pack
    list price: $84.80
    our price: $74.99
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    Asin: B0000223NG
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 15676
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 15.6-volt Ironman battery
    • F type

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars A True Workhorse
    This drill has lasted through several years on a professional crew who specializes in hanging doors and retrofitting windows. This is a tool for a REAL professional.....and the battery pack lasts almost forever. Good to go! ... Read more


    20. Panasonic EY9021B 2.4-Volt Battery
    list price: $32.46
    our price: $26.99
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    Asin: B000051WS6
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 7688
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Fits Panasonic 2.4-volt screwdrivers models EY503B and EY6220B
    • Can be charged with the 1-hour or 15-minute charging systems
    • One-year warranty

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Finally, a convenient source for these batteries!
    I've owned my Panasonic 2.4v screwdriver for about ten years, albeit unused for the past 5 or so due to lack of fresh NiCd batteries. Anyway, the EY503B was the best lightweight cordless screwdriver you could buy back around 1991, two speed with torque clutch. I used it professionally daily back then and it's versatility and performance always made my job easier. I recently bought fresh batteries and look forward to putting it back into my tool bag. ... Read more


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