What sort of drill is okay for general home DIY and for drilling into masonry for putting up curtain rail brackets?
This Ryobi Corded percussion drill is currently on special with an Amazon lightning deal for £74.99: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I5T7KII
Would that be an okay all rounder drill or would it best to have a couple of different types of drills like the Hitachi pack http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hitachi-twin-pack-combi-drill-drill-driver-screwfix-129-99-2103287
Getting a bit confused looking at SDS; impact; percussion; combi; hammer and rotary drills. Quite a few list masonry but it really depends on what the drill is like in real life use. Would prefer something which is built to last rather than cheap tat; is reliable and safe to use; and not likely fail/fall apart after a couple of uses. Don't want to spend loads of money as the drill(s) is/are likely to only be used occasionally.
There has been a few drills listed recently in Deals.
Some reviews can be mixed. I realise people tend to give poor reviews online because they were unfortunate in receiving a bad item.
Metal gears and a clutch for safety seem to be mentioned as being worthwhile.
Thanks for your help.