Black & Decker BDCDMT120 20 Volt Matrix Drill Review
Black & Decker BDCDMT120 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Matrix Drill/Driver Kit
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Unboxing & Review: Black & Decker BDCDMT120 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Matrix Cordless Drill
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BLACK + DECKER 20V MAX* Drill/Driver – MATRIX Quick Connect System
Amazon Price: N/A (as of February 15, 2019 2:37 am –
I will tell you what…Black & Decker is really starting to raise the eyebrows of the leading cordless drill manufacturers with their latest cordless drill offerings. They are looking to take more market share from the big players Dewalt, Makita and Millwaukee. This 20v drill will go toe to toe with cordless drills that cost twice as much. Here is what Amazon.com has to say about this drill….
The BLACK & DECKER BDCDMT120 MATRIX 20V DRILL features the innovative Matrix Quick Connect System, which allows the user to add different heads for different jobs and applications. The Powerful 20v MAX* motor provides enough power for a full range of applications & attachments. This unit operates on a lithium ion battery which is always ready and holds a charge up to 18 months. The compact and lightweight design allows users to carry out drilling/driving tasks in confined spaces and with ease. Includes (1) 20v MAX Power Unit, (1) Drill/Driver attachment, (1) 20v MAX Lithium Ion battery, (1) 20v Max Charger, (1) Double ended bit tip.
Incredible flexibility…does all things very very well. The Matrix system is no gimmick it’s a Home owners dream!
105 of 112 people found the following review helpful
Keep in mind am a home owner and have never used a Dewalt or other premium brands (I don’t test drive Porches either because it would make me hate my car). This drill is plenty powerful, no problem drilling 1 inch holes through 2x4s which for me is the line between home and professional requirements.
This is awsome.
46 of 49 people found the following review helpful
This is the perfect solution. Use the right tool for the job! Use a drill to drill and an impact drill for fasteners. It is nice being able to swap them out but use the same drill. They change effortlessly. I also bought the jig saw attachment which is sweet as well. The only down sided to the impact is that it seems to drain the battery faster. Not sure if I notice a difference between a 18 volt and 20 volt but when the lithium batteries run out of charge, there is no warning and it dies all at once so it is best to have an extra battery.
3/5 for preformance
104 of 119 people found the following review helpful
I should start this off by saying I have used many different brand of cordless drills. I use them daily at work for automotive work and I needed something at home for a few wood working projects. I came across this drill while I was browsing and decided after reading many other reviews that I would buy it.
Very nice for homeowner DIY projects
30 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Bought one a few weeks ago and have used here and there for a few small home projects. It works pretty well, it looks pretty nice too.
No..It’s not a $400 Dewalt, but for the price and convenience, it’s a heck of a value
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
This drill system was not designed for heavy,professional use. It was designed for the consumer/homeowner who wants versatility. I am a locksmith and after holding this drill (it’s very well balanced and comfortable), I went with this system so I can keep the drill and all the different head pieces in one bag. Craftsman ripped this design off (typical Craftsman fashion) and I just confirmed the pieces do interchange with the Craftsman version. As a locksmith, I regularly switch between the recip head, drill head, and router head and I can keep them all in a small toolbag. I have heavy drills for heavy jobs, but when I have a small consumer level job I usually leave the big 20v Snap-on in the van and grab this little guy. It’s been a year since I bought this system and still love it and use it regularly. Most negative reviewers aren’t factoring price/quality ratio into their review, nor the convenience of being able to carry 8 different power tools in a shoe-box size tool bag. You can’t compare this thing to a $300 DeWalt drill. After all, Walmart has this drill on sale for $50 right now which includes the battery and charger. The battery alone costs $50, so talk about value.
"NOT" heavy duty
34 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Better than my DeWalt drill.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I bought this drill, and impact attachment a few months ago and i use it every day. Its light, much smaller than my DeWalt, and its powerful. Ive compard it with my Dewalt in all aspects and ive decided to keep this drill. Ive, since than replaced my Dewalt drills with this ans the 12volt. Drill with the Led light (not the 12matrix) which also impressed me and works great. Black and decker deffinetly steped there game up. ”O… My Dewalts outter casing did seem more durable, but thats it. As long as you dont drop your tools off a two story building, youll be fine.
Perfect for home owner
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Let me start with the two negatives, there is no led light, and some of the single function tools might be slightly better in some ways. Oh, the battery takes a long time to charge from a full discharge. But most homeowner jobs shouldn’t drain the battery. Just charge after each job.
exceeded my expectations
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This drill has really out performed what I thought it would. I have owned it for about 7 months. Now I am not a contractor or professional in any sort of building sector. I am, however, a avid do it yourselfer. I used this drill to remodel a bathroom and for odd jobs here and there. It always seemed to do a good job and never under performed. I was not impressed with it until this past weekend when I used it to build a fence.
Superb light duty tool system
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I own some big stuff (radial saw, drill press, wood lathe) and some powerful corded equipment (drills and saws). I’ve also had a number of battery powered tools over the years, for which replacement batteries are typically expensive if even available (built-in obsolescence). Built in obsolescence is not an issue for this unit since you can get a corded version. Although skeptical of any combo tool, I purchased one of these anyway because of the many little jobs around the house that aren’t suited to my bigger tools, investing in a number of the heads in addition to the drill head, including the corded base unit to defend against built-in obsolescence or battery failure. My skepticism was because combo tools I’ve used in the past are the proverbial “jack of all trades and master of none” in use. That’s definitely not the case here.