Posted 2 years ago
This early cordless drill allows one to quickly go from drilling to chilling. No cords need to be connecting or battery to charge. Merely attach a drill bit, it accepts modern drill bits, and start drilling. Plus no drill bit key is required. Just go from drillin' to chillin' and hopefully Uber won't sue me.
Anyway I have wanted an old school hand drill as I thought it could be a easier to use one of these rather than get out an electric cord and hook up my electric drill just to make a little hole. And I was right. Unless one is making a many holes or drilling deep holes it is easier to use a drill made from 1927-1930 like this one. Made by Millers Falls Co and known as the No. 94. Examples made after this were made in a different location.
The drill is about 11" long. The drill bit in photo #2 is largest this one will accept.
In the meantime I plan to do more drillin' and chillin'.