This came in a blow moulded case that, unlike most cases that my tools come in, does not have much room for anything else.
It is shaped like an other power drill, with the trigger being on the top, inside of the handle and the directional button just behind that. But on the trigger there is a little dial that is the speed control.
Along the top there is the 'hammer' drill function, with the spindle locking button just in front of it. This spindle lock makes it easier to get the keyless chuck to release of grip the drill bit that you put inside.
There is a second handle, which is attached by pushing the drills chuck through the handles hole at the top, then you simple tighten the handle by turning the entire thing in order to get the handle to lock into place. Also on this handle there is a depth guide, which is basically a long piece of metal rod that has measuring marks on it. This rod slides through the hole at the top of the handle, then, when you get the rigth depth, you turn the wingnut to trap the rod in place. This means that you can drill to the same depth each time as the rod will stop you drilling any further.
At the front of the handle there is a little light that shines on the area that the drill bit should be drilling into, although when the second handle is put on this light is blocked by the handle and is a waste of time then. This is only when the second handle is in certain positions.
The handle is hollow which gives a great place to put something like your drill bits. And, as the bottom of the handle unscrews and has little 'holes' in it in order for the drill bits to be slotted into, which saves them rattling around in the handle.
This drill sells for about £60 which is not bad really for a wired drill that will never lose any power at all.
Corded: yes / Einhell RT ID 65 650W Impact Drill