$95; Skil Test results:
Sank 515 screws, drilled 28 holes, recharged in 49 minutes. Torque test (driving a lag screw):
1 star. My two cents:
"One of the least powerful in the lag-bolt test, though it did drive a good number of screws. The battery behaved much like a NiCad in that the battery performance would die, then after a minute of resting it would come back to life. The tool's battery gauge was inaccurate." Tool stats:
2.6 pounds, 284 in.-lbs. of torque, 1,500 max rpm, two speeds, 16 clutch settings, battery-life meter, two batteries. Warranty:
1 year on drill, 1 year on battery.