Lowe’s has quite a few competitive and attractively-priced cordless drill promos for Father’s Day 2021.
Hopefully this buying guide helps you sort out which one might be best for your needs and wants.
FLEX 24V Brushless Drill Kit: $199
This Flex promo is for the Dad (or user if you’re shopping for yourself) that wants maximum power and runtime.
It also has anti-kickback tech, to help prevent twisted wrists or bashed body parts should it jam or bind during a high-powered drilling or fastening operation.
The kit comes with a 2.5Ah battery and a 5Ah battery, which delivers plenty of runtime and also serves as a capable gateway into the Flex 24V cordless power tool system.
DeWALT 20V Max Brushless Drill Kit: $99
This Dewalt kit, DCD777C2, is perfect for most shoppers who are looking for a solid compact cordless drill kit. It’s a capable performer for its size and price, and having 2 batteries is always convenient.
If you’re unsure about what to get, this Dewalt 20V Max kit is a safe bet and likely the most popular cordless drills of the holiday shopping season. If you have any doubts, read through some of the very many positive customer reviews.
DeWALT 12V Max Xtreme Compact Drill Kit: $99
I have grown to really love Dewalt’s 12V Max Xtreme Subcompact cordless power tools, and this drill/driver kit is part of what convinced me.
This is the perfect compact cordless drill for quick and light tasks, and it can deliver a surprising level of performance for its size.
See Also: Dewalt 12V Max Xtreme Drill & Reciprocating Saw Combo: $149
If you’re open to spending a little more, this Dewalt Xtreme cordless power tool combo kit special buy gives you their excellent drill/driver, a capable compact brushless reciprocating saw, and a tool backpack.
Craftsman V20 Cordless Drill Kit: $59
This Craftsman V20 cordless drill kit is a very good value-buy.
I purchased and reviewed this model back when it first came out, and was pretty pleased with its performance for the money. Now, it’s priced even lower.
There’s no confusing this Craftsman cordless drill for a premium performer, but it delivers more than I would expect for the money.
Kobalt 24V Max Brushless Drill Kit: $89
There’s also a decent-looking Kobalt 24V Max brushless drill kit special buy for the season. This seems like a good buy for someone who has already purchased into Kobalt’s cordless lineup, or maybe plans to.
It delivers a little more than many of the models here, with respect to power and performance, offering a little more bang for the buck.
Bosch 18V Brushless Hammer Drill Kit: $99
Bosch has a new 18V brushless hammer drill kit for the season, and it’s paired with a single 2.0Ah battery.
If you think you or the person you’re shopping for will ever need to drill small holes into masonry materials, this might be the best promo kit for you.
SKIL PWRCORE 12 Brushless Drill Kit: $70
Skil’s PWRCore 12 brushless drill/driver provides an astonishingly high power and performance to price ratio, even outclassing many value-oriented 18V and 20V Max competitors.
This kit comes with their premium charger that features a built-in USB charger, and the battery pack can also double as a power bank thanks to its built-in device-charging USB port!
The drill chuck also has a built-in 1/4″ hex socket, allowing for quick bit changes.
This kit is for the more tech and features-focused users.
Metabo HPT 18V SubCompact Brushless Drill Kit: $79
Metabo HPT’s subcompact cordless drill kit would be my top pick of the season. It’s fast and powerful for its compact size, and comfortable to use. Every user will appreciate its smaller size and weight, especially when working overhead or for extended time.
The price is extremely good, as this kit regularly retails for $129.
This drill essentially has 18V-class features, such as its max torque spec (485 in-lbs) and 1/2″ chuck, but approaches and in some cases bests 12V-class drills with respect to size and weight.