Our SDS drills take the hard work out of drilling into concrete, stone and other masonry materials. With a wide variety of different models available to suit different jobs around the home or on the job site, you’re bound to find the right tool for the task in hand.
We test every one of the products we stock, and we’re proud to partner with industry-leading brands such as Milwaukee and Ryobi. Whether you’re looking for cordless, compact or brushless, you can do it with SGS Engineering.
Are you struggling to know where to start? Narrow down your options by brand, voltage, brush type and more using our handy filter bar.
The majority of our SDS drills are produced by Ryobi and are part of their ONE+ range. You can benefit from long-lasting lithium-ion batteries and professional features such as ergonomic GripZone handles for added comfort while you work. Their variable speed function also gives you superior control.
Our Milwaukee SDS drill range boasts REDLINK PLUS™ Intelligence systems to protect your tool from overloading during extended periods of use. Their POWERSTATE™ brushless motors offer up to three times longer motor life and twice the run-time, while their ONE-KEY™ app allows you to customise, track and manage your tools on the go.
Why should I buy with SGS Engineering?
There’re so many different types of drills out there − and the SDS drill is only one of them. If you need a little guidance with your next purchase, feel free to get in touch with our team of experts over the phone on 01332 576 850 or via our online contact form.
Whichever option you go for in the end, you’ll benefit from free UK next day delivery on orders over £50 and 60-day hassle-free returns.
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