HOTO Tools 12V Brushless Drill - Unboxing, initial impressions, mini review Is this great looking drill a useful tool? Let's find out!

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Is this more than a pretty face?

Does it work as well as it looks?

 

Sometimes, the functionality of a product is compromised by the design aesthetic – form over function. And, sometimes it’s not…  

HOTO Tools, which is short for Home Tools, sent me this 12V Brushless Drill Kit for me to unbox and review. This is not a sponsored video and I’m not being paid, so watch me check out this new drill. I didn’t know if it was a useful tool, or just another pretty face!

Check out the video to see if its looks match its performance!

You might have already guessed that I love tools!

Unboxing and giving you my initial impressions is something I am happy to be able to share with you.

The great news is that HOTO Tools provided a 10% off code if you would like to purchase one of these drill kits for yourself.

12V BRUSHLESS DRILL

Use “hotokol” at checkout.

 

Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links. At no extra cost to you, I may earn a small commission on items bought using them. These are the same recommendations I would make regardless of any compensation. For products that I have older versions of, I recommend the items that I would replace them with if I were buying them new. 

HOTO Tools 12V Brushless Drill Kit

From HOTO Tools

Includes the drill, 4 drill bits for metal, 4 drill bits for wood, 10 S2-steel driver bits and a USB C charging cable

Civivi Ortis Flipper Pocket Knife

From Amazon
This is the knife I use in the video. Available in various colors and even a beautiful Damascus steel option!

 

There are more DIY projects in the works, so stay tuned to Uncharted DIY. Feel free to comment, post photos, or ask questions.

Uncharted DIY was created for people with the DIY spirit tackling uncommon projects, utilizing common tools and often on a limited budget

Uncharted DIY was created for people with the DIY spirit tackling uncommon projects, utilizing common tools and often on a limited budget