The DEWALT DCD795D2 20V MAX XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Hammer drill Kit (2.0 Ah) features a DEWALT brushless motor which delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed. The XR Li-Ion batteries with fuel gauge provide 33% more capacity over standard packs (2 batteries included). It’s compact (7.8″ front to back), lightweight (3.6 lb.) design fits into tight areas and the high speed transmission delivers 2-speed settings (0-600/0-2,000 RPM) improving speed and torque control across a range fastening and drilling applications, 0-34,000 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials. The ergonomic comfort grip handle provides ideal balance & tool control. A metal 1/2″ ratcheting chuck offers superior bit gripping strength. This unit also features a LED light with a 20 second trigger release delay which provides increased visibility in dark or confined spaces, with the LED placement on the tool foot that helps to eliminate chuck shadows. Includes: (1) DCD795 1/2″ Hammer drill, (2) 20V Max XR Compact Li-Ion Batteries (2.0Ah), (1) Belt Hook, (1) Fast charger, (1) On-board bit holder and kit box.
March 24th, 2016
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