Thanks for taking your time to read our reviews of the best cordless drill under £150 in the UK marketplace. The average price for a cordless drill with a battery is around £90-100.
However if you have around £150 to spend, then you can get most of the best drill/drivers on the market, from the high quality tool brands.
Many buyers in the UK know they need a cordless drill, and they want something that will last them for years, and be able to do any type of work. We have done a lot of research and we fully understand the sensitivity of price points and value for money.
People do understand that you get what you pay for in life. When it comes to buying tools that is most certainly the case. Tool brands like Dewalt and Makita are not cheap, but their tools are extremely high quality, built to last and really powerful.
Top 5 Cordless Drills Under £150 by Buyer Rating
DEWALT 18V CORDLESS LITHIUM LXT COMBI DRILL
Bosch 06039A3371 PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries
Makita HP457DWE10 Combi drill accessories with carry case
Makita DHP484Z 18V Li-ion Brushless Combi Drill 54 Nm - Body Only
Bosch Home and Garden 06039B0302 PSB 18 LI-2 Ergonomic (Baretool), 1 W, 230 V
The Winner - DEWALT 18V CORDLESS LITHIUM LXT COMBI DRILL
- This one got a buyer satisfaction rating of 96% with 87% of all buyers giving it a 5 star review
- Comes with carrying case and includes charger and battery
- Has an 18v rapid 1 hour battery charger
- 2 speed settings with intelligent trigger
- Can be used as a drill, a hammer drill and a driver
- Comes with 1 year warranty
- Light, compact, just a superb drill
- Very easy click torque settings
The Runner Up - Bosch 06039A3371 PSB 1800 LI-2 Cordless Combi Drill with Two 18 V Lithium-Ion Batteries
- This one got a buyer satisfaction rating of 94% with 84% of all buyers giving it a 5 star review
- Lithium-Ion battery 18v 1-hour charger
- Maximum torque is 38 Nm and the impact rate is 20.250 bpm
- Two speed gearbox
- 20 pre-selectable torque, drill and impact drill settings
- Integrated LED light
- Keyless chuck with Bosch auto-lock
- Comes complete with: Double screwdriver bit, plastic case, charger and two battery packs
- 24 month warranty
No 3 Choice - Makita HP457DWE10 Combi drill accessories with carry case
- This one got a buyer satisfaction rating of 94% with 85% of all buyers giving it a 5 star review
- Comes with carrying case, battery and charger and 74 piece accessory set for drilling and fixing
- Perfect as a starter kit
- 16 clutch settings and drill mode for added fastening control
- Variable seed you can control with the trigger
No 4 Choice - Makita DHP484Z 18V Li-ion Brushless Combi Drill 54 Nm - Body Only
- This one got a buyer satisfaction rating of 92% with 82% of all buyers giving it a 5 star review
- This is body only so no battery included and it comes without a case
- Has hammer feature included
- 21 plus drill torque settings
- Electric brake, two mechanical gears
- Variable speed control by trigger, forward/reverse rotation
- Compact overall length of 182 mm, keyless chuck
- Aluminium gear housing, all metal gear construction
No 5 Choice - Bosch Home and Garden 06039B0302 PSB 18 LI-2 Ergonomic (Baretool), 1 W, 230 V
- This one got a buyer satisfaction rating of 84% with 55% of all buyers giving it a 5 star review
- Comes with no battery or case
- Compact, ergonomic design thanks to brushless motor technology
- Perfect control over the tool thanks to innovative “KickBack Control” technology – detects sudden jamming and shuts down the tool
- Syneon Chip – Intelligently controlled energy for every project
- 20 torque settings, drill setting, 2 gears with innovative forward/reverse switch for drilling/screwdriving, impact function can be switched on separately
- One battery fits all – suitable for all DIY and garden tools in the Power for ALL lithium-ion cordless systems
As you can see, with an available budget of £150, you will not be spoiled for choice. All of the cordless drills on our list are of the very highest quality.
All these drills are great. I am tempted to steer you towards the models that have two batteries. In the main, these drills are similar in power and features, so having a spare battery makes a massive difference to me, especially as they are expensive to buy!
If you are still not sure then have a look at our article on Cordless Drill Reviews for more information.