Dewalt Cordless Drill (20V, lithium-ion)

$99.00

We’ve had our DeWalt cordless drill since 2001 and it’s still going strong. It gets used regularly and saves us a lot of time on projects around the RV. If it ever dies, this is the unit we’d replace it with.

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Description

The DEWALT DCD771C2 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion compact drill driver has a lightweight design with a high performance motor that delivers 300 unit watts of power. The high speed transmission delivers 2 speeds 0-450 RPMs and 0-1500 RPMs. The ergonomic handle allows comfort and control. The tools weighs 3.6 pounds and contains 2 20-volt Max compact Lithium ion battery packs, a compact charger and durable contractor bag.

Features

  • Compact, lightweight design fits into tight areas
  • High performance motor delivers 300 unit watts out (UWO) of power ability completing a wide range of applications
  • High speed transmission delivers 2 speeds (0-450 & 1,500 rpm) for a range of fastening and drilling applications
  • 1/2-inch single sleeve ratcheting chuck provides tight bit gripping strength.Ergonomic handle delivers comfort and control
  • The battery pack is not fully charged out of the carton,refer page 2 in user manual for charging procedure.


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