One of the lesser-known differences in electric drills is the difference between brushed and brushless ones. It is a small and difficult-to-spot difference but it can mean quite a lot in terms of how the drill operates.
In this article, you will find the basic differences between these two types of drill motors and some of the advantages and disadvantages of using one or the other. In the end, we will go over which one is the best for your needs to get your projects done right.
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