Moving in a couple of weeks - new house is in good order, but completely bare, so I need a drill. I know nothing about drills, except that Makita seems to be the pricey but good Orange 5 of the drill world.
Basically, I need something that I can use to put up curtains, toilet roll holders, blinds, shelves, sheds, locks, coat hooks etc. I once tried putting up a curtain using a crappy cordless drill and that was bad (though maybe because I was drilling into a lintel?) - Am clueless when it comes to DIY, but it looks like I'm going to have to learn sharpish...
Am also thinking I might want to install some ground anchors into the concrete my shed is going on to for some added bike security. Is this something a normal drill can do?
Suspect you lot are going to recommend an Makita SDS or some such, which are around £180. I like tools as much as the next man but B&Q sell hammer drills for £25 and I don't know what the difference is, and I'd rather buy bike bits than drill bits. Boom boom!
Anyway, edukate me.