Drills Torque Comparison

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We do not currently test drill torque in our lab. Instead, we designed our drill driving speed tests and drill drilling speed tests to determine a drill’s power in practical scenarios encountered around the home and on the job site. On this page, we quote publicly available torque specifications.

ProductAdvertised Torque (in-lbs)Advertised Torque (ft-lbs)Review
Dewalt DCD706 (12V)Not advertisedNot advertisedFull review
Dewalt DCD709 (20V)Not advertisedNot advertisedFull review
Dewalt DCD799 (20V)Not advertisedNot advertisedFull review
Dewalt DCD800 (20V)Not advertisedNot advertisedFull review
Dewalt DCD805 (20V)Not advertisedNot advertisedFull review
Makita FD09Z (12V)250.020.8Full review
Makita XFD14Z (18V)1250.0104.2Full review
Makita XPH12Z (18V)530.044.2Full review
Makita XPH14Z (18V)1250.0104.2Full review
Milwaukee 2607-20 (18V)500.041.7Full review
Milwaukee 2801-20 (18V)500.041.7Full review
Milwaukee 2903-20 (18V)1400.0116.7Full review
Milwaukee 2904-20 (18V)1400.0116.7Full review
Milwaukee 3403-20 (12V)400.033.3Full review
Milwaukee 3404-20 (12V)400.033.3Full review
Ryobi PBLDD01 (18V)750.062.5Full review
Ryobi PBLHM101 (18V)515.042.9Full review
Ryobi PSBHM01 (18V)400.033.3Full review
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