Cordless Drills - Angle, Combi Hammer, Drill Drivers & SDS

Choose Precision and Durability with Our Cordless Combi Drills. For a drill that delivers on both strength and precision, our range of cordless combi drills, including the adept angle hammer drill and the versatile SDS angle drill, stands ready to exceed expectations. Each cordless combi drill is engineered with high-quality materials to ensure lasting performance. Whether you're navigating tight angles with our angled hammer drill or powering through robust materials, our tools are designed for any challenge. Find the ideal match for your needs in our comprehensive selection and relish the freedom of cordless convenience. Drill with confidence—metal, wood, or concrete, no cords attached. Secure your choice of high-performance drill on our website today

Frequently Asked Questions


How much is shipping?

At Carey Tools, we offer FREE shipping when you spend over 75 euros on all our tools & equipment

Do you provide delivery all over Ireland?

Yes, we use reliable delivery partners which means that you should receive your parcel within 1 – 5 working days.

What are the differences between angle drills, combi hammers, drill drivers, and SDS drills?

Angle drills reach tight spaces, combi hammers combine drilling and hammering for masonry, drill drivers are for drilling and driving screws, and SDS drills are for heavy-duty masonry work.

What features do the different cordless drills have?

Angle drills feature a compact head, combi hammers have drilling and hammering action, drill drivers offer adjustable torque, and SDS drills provide high-impact energy with special bits.

What tasks or materials are each type of cordless drill best suited for?

Angle drills for confined spaces, combi hammers for concrete and masonry, drill drivers for general drilling and screwdriving, and SDS drills for heavy-duty tasks in concrete and masonry.

How long will a cordless drill battery last per charge?

Battery life varies based on voltage, capacity, and usage intensity. Higher capacity batteries typically last longer, but run time is affected by the task type.