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Hitachi DB3DL2 Lithium-Ion 3.6-Volt Cordless Screw Driver with Charger, Case and Rechargeable Batteries

Customer Reviews


43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
By AC2eucey
This is my 2nd Hitachi power driver….same one. I had my 1st one for over 3 years , which I totally rely on for work as a PC tech. The forward / reverse switch started getting sticky. I will be sending it in under its life time warranty for repair (a big plus). The new model apprantly is a little thicker with a grip and almost an inch longer….the switch feels better…comes with a brighter LED light…and overall its more quieter / smoother. There’s a lot of torque…too much even @ the lowest setting (1) for my personal use most of the time. I also use it for personal home jobs…which has the potential for heavy duty functions. The battery life is good….and uses the same type. It only takes 30 minute for full charge. Great tool!

OUTSTANDING Little Power Driver

53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
By Erik S. Johnson
Before getting into the review, I need to comment that I am a stickler about my tools. I tend to find one brand that has a great reputation, works well for me and proves reliable, and then I usually stick with that brand. Over the past 20 years, I’ve been particularly pleased with both my Porter Cable and Bosch acquisitions and have centered my tool acquisitions around these fine brands.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
By S. Behman
I purchased this Hitachi screwdriver to replace a Milwaukee 6547-22 2.4-Volt Two Speed Cordless Screwdriver for which I’ve had to purchase three additional pairs of batteries beside the ones supplied with it. The third replacement set failed after they had only been in use for five months.

A great screwdriver……my go to tool!

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
By CFD3Captain
I bought this to primarily use for my son and I’s R/C hobby, but it has quickly became a go to tool for around the house jobs as well. It beat’s pulling out my heavy 19.2 drill. The battery lasts and lasts and when it starts to fade, just swap it out with the spare ( a nice option as some only come with on battery). The batteries charge quickly as well.

Best screwdriver ever

14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
By Rick S
I purchased one of these about 2 years ago and have used it daily for my work. This thing is amazing! The adjustable clutch works perfect and even though it’s only 3.8v, it will drive in fairly large screws. I have used, abused, and done more with this screwdriver than any other one I have seen. People often comment on it and say “where did you get that”? I think I am going to buy another one just in case they discontinue it.

Great while it lasted

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
Lots of good things about this little screwdriver.

Hitachi Screws Up on this Screwdriver.

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Tim McKelvie
I own several Hitachi drills and impact drivers and have always been satisfied with their performance. I also own a couple of less expensive compact screwdrivers from Skil and Black and Decker. When I had problems with those tools, I decided to step up to the more expensive Hitachi. I’ve had the Hitachi screwdriver for about a month and have used it probably 20 hours total, but I have yet to find a comfortable, controlled way of using this tool. The ergonomics are just wrong. When straight out or when bent into the pistol grip position, you are required to compromise your grip when you have to operate the left/right power button with your thumb. Thumbs are great for gripping, but not so good for pushing buttons. Think of firing a pistol, but being forced to pull the trigger with your thumb. Be careful when you move the tool from straight to bent; it may pinch the heck out of you. On top of it all, the power of the tool is lack-luster compared to the cheaper brands I all ready own. Also note the light is turned on and off with a separate power switch…not very convenient. Two weeks after my Amazon purchase, I noticed Lowes was selling the same tool for $10 less. I’m hoping I can find a way to make better use of this tool, but for now I am doubtful.

would be 5 starts if you could lock the tool in either position. It is a safety issue now.

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By Alaskaman77
I’ve used this tool for around three months now doing electrical work, and various things that require a low torque tool with a clutch. I love everything about the tool except for the fact that it will randomly pinch my fingers at the worst possible moment while holding the tool in the straight mode and fold in half to pistol grip mode. There is no lockout for this tool between straight mode and pistol grip mode. It is because of this one major failure that I”m looking for a replacement tool. Everything else is great.

A new Hitachi fan

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
My husband has used Milwaukee to the exclusion of all others for something like 25 years. They’ve been failing in quality control for awhile. I’ve probably gotten him 2 replacement batteries and a charger in the last 2 years. Maybe less. And their screwdrivers really don’t have the options a professional tool should have. Not to mention that they’re really overpriced for the features you get.

Bought a second for a family member

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Johnny K
I’ve had an earlier version of this tool forever. It’s one of the few tools that lives in my upstairs living area – I just use it all the time. It’s such a handy little thing, and has taken a lot of abuse. I ordered one for a family member as a thank you present and it was very well received – and actually is measurably better than my old one in that the light is brighter, torque seems faster, and build quality is even better. One of those little tools that’s handy all. the. time. I thought mine broke the other day, and I wasn’t even upset. Just took my phone out and started ordering another one. Turns out the low/high switch was just not fully set to either setting. Boom, works just fine. I might order a backup just in case Hitachi retires this little guy.
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