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Product information

    Weight
    1.62 kg
    Screw Function
    Yes
    Power source
    Battery
    Drill
    Yes
    Impact Wrench
    No

    General

    Drill
    Yes
    Capacity in concrete
    0 mm
    Capacity in masonry
    0 mm
    Capacity in steel
    13 mm
    Capacity in wood
    38 mm
    Hammer drill function
    No
    Impact Wrench
    No
    Percussion
    No
    Screw Function
    Yes
    Chuck Size
    1.5 - 13 mm
    Noise level (max)
    87 dB
    Number of revolutions
    600 - 2000 RPM
    Power
    360 W
    Slanted
    No
    Torque Settings
    Yes
    Number of elements
    15 pc
    Torque
    23 - 60 Nm
    Type of chuck
    Quick change chuck

    Dimensions

    Weight
    1.62 kg

    Features

    Features
    Lighting, Brushless motor, Multiple gear

    Power supply

    Power source
    Battery
    Batteries included
    2
    Battery capacity
    2 Ah
    Battery type
    Li-Ion
    Charging time
    Voltage
    18 V

    Links

Reviews

    3.5 of 5 stars

    Based on 1 review

    PeeWee00
    2015-04-01
    My 2 year old Hitachi seems to sing the last verse (smoke from the engine) so it got to head out in search of a new cordless drill, every time it feels like it wants to go up a notch in price and hopefully quality. The screwdriver is such a vital tool in the home Nod's toolbox that should afford something good tool, it's probably screwdriver. I liked my Hitachi because it was easy and smooth right, the battery was a little weak on 1,3Ah but it was almost never that I had to wait for the charger to charge the battery clear No.2 so it worked quite well. This time you scratched it in his fingers to order one with 4Ah battery but after reading some so I swung down to 2Ah fit enough to me pretty well, it's still a step up from 1,3Ah. The larger the battery is obviously heavier and I did not know that was what I wanted so 2Ah it had to be. Since I wanted to have a smooth machine and without any kind feature, it's mostly just larva anyway if you have a hefty borrhamammare next. The little cheaper screwdrivers are many right cumbersome with far between the chuck and the rear end, it sometimes has its drawbacks, I have noticed so without being too weak, I focused a lot on the size. Have squeezed some on machines in shops, reading (as usual) a lot on the internet with various youtube comparisons and so on. I am looking very much a balance between quality and price, buys almost never the most expensive or the cheapest, but something there between. Dewalten DCD790 became the election and in anticipation of something more strenuous job that puts it on a proper test as I write this review based on what I have in hand. I like the balance in hand, nice balance between the battery and the machine. It feels sturdy and well made like this in the beginning anyway. The only thing I do not like feeling completely 100% fit battery and machine, there are a couple of millimeters of clearance for the battery to shake and it feels clearly unnecessary. All moving in that way, I see as something that over time shaking apart, hopefully, there's no question in its lifetime. It becomes a star away for the gap anyway. I bought the machine in England Power Tool World for 2100kr inlusve shipping, it was 500kr cheaper than the cheapest store in Sweden. Everything went smoothly and at 3 days so delivered to your my door. But I'm on the large pleased with my purchase. I may perhaps need to update my review later.