SDS Drills - SDS Plus, SDS Max, Percussion, Angle & Rotary

Transform Your DIY Projects with Our SDS Drills. When it comes to tackling challenging home improvement tasks, our SDS Drills are a game-changer. Offering a comprehensive selection, including the precise SDS Plus, the robust SDS Max, and versatile options like Percussion, Angle, and Rotary drills, we ensure you have the right tool for every job. Renowned for their efficiency and reliability, our SDS drills are priced competitively, making them accessible for all your project needs. Convenience is key – purchase online and have your ideal drill delivered straight to your doorstep. Don't delay in elevating your DIY experience. Visit our website, explore our exceptional range of drills, and place your order today for unparalleled power and precision

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 SDS Plus and SDS Max drills?

SDS Plus drills are lighter, designed for up to 3/4 inch holes with a 10mm shank, while SDS Max drills are more robust, for larger holes with an 18mm shank, offering more power for heavy-duty tasks.

What types of materials can SDS drills be used to drill into?

They can handle a variety of materials, including concrete, brick, stone, and other masonry, and are adaptable for wood and metal with the right bits and settings.

What safety precautions should be taken when using an SDS drill?

Wear protective gear like goggles, ear protection, dust masks, and gloves. Ensure the bit is secure, the workpiece is stable, and use correct drill settings. Always check for hidden wires or pipes.

How does an SDS drill compare to a regular hammer drill?

They offer stronger hammering action, suited for heavy-duty masonry, with a specialized chuck for larger bits. Regular hammer drills are better for lighter, precise drilling in wood, metal, and sometimes concrete.

What determines whether I need an SDS Plus or SDS Max drill?

Choose SDS Plus for lighter tasks and smaller holes, and SDS Max for larger-scale projects and bigger holes. Consider material hardness, hole diameter, and usage frequency in your decision.

What Brands Do You Supply

We offer Makita and Dewalt, known for their durability and performance, with a satisfaction guarantee. Find the right tools for your job with us.