Fiskars Hand Drill (85116984)

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Fiskars Hand Drill (85116984)

Fiskars Hand Drill (85116984)

  • Ideal for drilling holes in wood, plastic, paper, sheet metal, acrylic, mixed media and more for craft projects
  • Enclosed gears ensure smooth operation and consistent drilling pressure
  • Contoured body provides a comfortable grip
  • Accommodates standard drill bits (not included)

Fiskars Craft Hand Drill makes it easy to add holes to a variety of materials when creating unique works of art. The easy-to-turn hand crank eliminates the need for batteries and cords while providing smooth, consistent operation. Fiskars Craft Hand Drill offers a comfortable grip and uses standard drill bits.

List Price: $ 14.19

Price: $ 9.24

Schroeder Hand Drill 1/4-Inch Capacity

Schroeder Hand Drill 1/4-Inch Capacity

  • Hand drill offers better control while drilling
  • Works with 1/4-inch bits
  • No electricity needed
  • Includes 3-jaw chuck, smooth gear and comfortable wood handle
  • 9 1/4-inches in length

This hand drills they provide control and safety when drilling small, critical holes especially in materials that are prone to splitting. Keyless chuck accepts drills (and other rotary accessories) from the smallest up to 1/4″ diameter. Metal construction with wood handle. Overall length 9-1/4″ . Made in GERMANY

Material: Steel
The gear ratio in this sturdy, smooth-operating hand drill provides ample power and speed.
A keyless chuck accepts drill shanks up to 1/4″ (6.4mm).
Handle: Wood
Overall length: 9-1/4″ (235mm).

List Price: $ 29.94

Price: $ 27.85

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Best for kids of the several hand drills available, November 3, 2016
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    JDC (Pittsburgh, PA) -
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    Drills reasonably well with small bore drills. Doesn't feel or sound super-durable, but then you ought to know that from the price alone. The chuck will hold a bit with up to a 1/4" shank

    We gave this to our 7 year old. It fits her hands much better than the Schroeder Hand Drill 1/4-Inch Capacity which you might also be considering if you're thinking of a hand drill for kids.

    We actually bought the Schroeder first and were unhappy with its general clumsiness, pinch point at the gears, and relatively poor workmanship for the price. To be sure, the Schroeder is a somewhat better made drill, but it's also 3x the price. And because of size this Fiskars drill is the better choice of the two by far for kids.
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    JDC2017-07-19 14:15 Reply
  2. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Why did they downgrade this tool?, December 26, 2013
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    D. Christensen (Leominster, MA United States) -
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    This review is from: Fiskars Hand Drill (85116984) (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I got this hand drill as a Christmas present several years ago. I found it to be an incredibly handy tool. I had used it many times. I also own a 18V cordless drill. But I find that no easier to use than this hand drill. The hand drill is easier to control (or it is for me) even if you have to power it yourself...
    So I would rate it 5 stars!!!!
    Only, I don't own it anymore. See, my tool box was stolen from a common storage area in the building where I was living recently.
    I ordered a new hand drill to replace it. But they changed the design of it, and I HATE the new design.
    Old design: (just like in Amazon picture of 12/27/13) Had grooves in shaft to support an assortment of drill bits, as well as a sturdy rubber band to hold them in place.
    New design: Yes, I knew that it did NOT include drill bits. So that did not surprise me. But the nasty surprise is...the shaft is now SMOOTH. So not only are the drill bits not included...there is no way to add them yourself!!!
    Now the convenience factor has been decreased quite a bit. You can't just grab the hand drill. Now you have to remember where you stashed the drill bits and grab those too...
    It may be a minor complaint to some, but remember that this design was CHANGED, and for the worse... (WHY????)
    For that, 1 star...
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    D. Christensen2017-07-19 14:50 Reply
  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars THIS LITTLE HAND DRILL WILL BECOME INDESPENSABLE, February 9, 2013
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    I bought this item for a specific purpose: I was restoring an old writing desk for a friend, and I needed a way to drill holes in wood with both precision and accuracy. I also had to drill to specific depths, and no more, as I didn't want to burst through the wood on the other side. A cordless drill, godsend though it is, wasn't going to cut it for me, but I hoped this little hand drill would.

    I wasn't disappointed! The drill feels very comfortable in the hand, and I found it to be very easy to use, in whichever orientation I was holding it (vertically, either pointing up, or down, and horizontally). The chuck has a nice “meaty” feel, and there was no sign of drill bits slipping inside it. The drill itself is also quite small, so you can get into quite confined spaces whereas a conventional hand drill wouldn't even begin to fit.

    The drill did all I wanted, and more, and I put into my tool box after I'd finished the restoration job, and I've continued to use it for all sorts of jobs ever since: from drilling tiny holes for craft-type work, to drilling into drywall for picture hanging, and so on.

    Bear in mind that this drill is so versatile that you might want to push it a little too far (the chuck can hold quite a large drill bit, after all), but if you do that then the gears might slip, so you'll know it's time to back off. Yes, you can continue to drill, even if the gears slip, but you might damage the drill, and that would be a shame as it's just so useful that you'd surely miss it.

    I'd recommend this drill to anybody, and especially as an Amazon purchase as I found the very best price on this website out of all of the sites I looked at.
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    Keitholeous2017-07-19 15:25 Reply