Nemo Special Ops Drill

May 25, 2016

Category: Gear

Military Special Ops occasionally find themselves in need of a drill that simply does more than your average drill. So, naturally, they’ve found someone to use fine crafting skills to engineer a drill especially for them: the Nemo Special Ops drill.

It’s painted black from head to toe, containing no logos or company branding (which is especially commendable in today’s day and age). The cordless drill is submersible up to 100-feet, and it pushes out 18V at 1,000-watts with a brushless motor. It features a 13mm chuck, a 6-hour battery, and dual LED illumination. It has a look that says you mean business when holding it. It comes with two batteries and a carrying case, and it’s available for $1,720. [Purchase]

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