Latest review: Its hammer action has been good enough for the several types of brick I have come across. Hardly knife through butter but ordinary 5mm masonry drill bits get in quickly enough. As a hammer drill it
Latest review: Comfortable enough to hold. Build quality is good for the price with quality plastic and usable switches. Can toss it around without worrying its going to break. Spent a few dollars more for the
Latest review: If you are looking for a reliable inexpensive cordless drill for home use I have found the Ozito PXDDS-201 just right for those around the home DIY projects. The drill comes without the battery
Latest review: I use this on a small production line in our factory where it is used a dozen times a day on a dozen nuts. In the six months since we've been using it, the tool has performed flawlessly. It has ample
Latest review: I feel like most people wouldn't buy this drill because Ozito is known as a cheap and nasty brand, but it costs only $50, and has a 3 year warranty - you really can't lose! If it is rubbish and dies
Latest review: I have been acquiring a sizable x change collection for about 12 months now. It's has replaced my corded tools that are for occasional use. There are some occasions where we have to anchor items into
Latest review: I needed to repair my hardwood fence and decided to buy a 18V drill to make the job easier. I have an old 240V Black & Decker. Was considering a Bosch or Makita after talking to tradies and staff,
Latest review: I highly recommend this tool for domestic home handyman type work. It is compact, quick to recharge and powerful. I’ve used it to drill into bricks with masonry bits as well as for other work such as
Latest review: Bought one of these years ago used it from removing tiles, jack hammering and drilling into concrete.. paid $70 from bunnings. Was only a cheap purchase for one job but to date has done 20-30
Latest review: Went to Bunnings to get myself a replacement drill after my old makita died on me. It has a solid feel to it and isn't overly heavy which is what I like about it. In terms of usage it does what I
Latest review: For the price this is a great drill, I use this drill often around the house/shed. It comes with a 5 year warranty. Honestly I have no complaint on this drill (for its price). In general I like Ozito
Latest review: I'd used various makes/types of Rotary Hammer Drills over the years and they are an indispensable tool for heavy work.
My last one 'died' about 2 years ago and I bought the Ozito.
Latest review: A great little cordless drill. Not too heavy and not too lite. It fits perfectly in your hand and has enough “juice” to do those small jobs around the house as well as most wood projects – from doing
Latest review: I bought one of these and it stopped working after a just a couple of weeks. Luckily Bunnings returned it and I upgraded to something a bit higher quality. Maybe be ok for small jobs, but I'd
Latest review: Lets be honest, you will never see a tradesman with Ozito branded anything - they're just not up to the job. For the home handyman though, it's a fair compromise between cost and competence.
Latest review: Purchased as a gift for my son to be used at home.He has a Ozito battery operated driver which is two years old and hasn't faulted. This drill seemed like it would be suitable. After first complete
Latest review: Bought the drill at bunnings thinking oh that would be handy.. Sadly the drill is trash, tried using it today to replace some tin on my roof, it has trouble unscrewing the roofing screws, then it