SnapFresh Cordless Drill Review

REVIEW In the fall of last year, I wrote about SnapFresh, a cordless leaf blower. At the time, it was their only battery-powered tool, and nowadays, they offer a variety of other devices within their 20-volt range. I love the blower and continue to use it, and I am currently trying out the cordless drill. What’s the deal?

It is a professional-grade battery-powered cordless drill that utilizes exactly the 20V/2.0Ah battery used in the other SnapFresh tools. It has 21 different torque settings and a drill setting with two speeds. It includes a battery and charger, several bits, and a casing. Be aware it is essential to note that this Amazon page states that the tool also functions as an impact drill (better called the impact driver). However, this is simply a drill. It doesn’t have an impact motor. The training is manufactured by SnapFresh, a brand that is owned by Ningbo Babytec a Chinese company.

What’s inside the box?

  • Drilling with cordless technology
  • 20V 2.0Ah battery and charger
  • 8 drill bits
  • 33 screwdriver bits
  • 1 extender
  • 1 flexible shaft
  • Carrying case
  • User manual

Specifications for hardware

  • Speeds include: Low (400 to 600 rpm) as well as extremely (1400 rpm)
  • Weight: 2 pounds (+ 0.7 1 lbs on the battery)
  • Size 5 7 7.5 3 inches (with battery)
  • Battery: Lithium-ion (20V, 2.0 Ah)
  • Charging Time: 60 mins

Design and features

SnapFresh’s Cordless Drill is a delightful blend of hefty and small. On the one hand, it’s just 8.5 inches high and weighs just under three pounds. However, it’s incredibly sturdy and well-constructed. Despite a lot of yellow-green plastic, It doesn’t feel cheap. There’s no sign that the different components will break out or crack. Because it’s so tiny and compact, the drill is easily carried with just one hand, and it’s fairly balanced when the battery is connected. The rubber grip that runs along the back and front of the handle allows you to grip the tool with no worries of any sliding. For a consumer-grade, entry-level drill, it appears to be a sturdy, durable tool.

Installation and set-up

The drill was delivered in a tiny colorful green case. It contained an oval case that held everything. The only requirement is to place it into the charging device and then plug it in. SnapFresh claims it will take around an hour to recharge. After the charge is completed the red LED turns off while the green LED is on.

When I first got hold of my drill, I observed tiny hairs on it , along with scratches and dirt; it was a bit gross. (Note that I discovered similar issues with their impact wrench, however none in their hedge trimmer.) It seems like SnapFresh’s assembling procedure needs to be more thorough in cleaning their wrenches and drills before placing them in the box. I used the rag to clean the drills and washed everything before using it.

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