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Black & Decker 9099KC 7.2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck

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  • Balanced mid-handle design increases the overall comfort of the drill and the user's control when using the drill
  • Fan cooled motor contributes to a longer life of the drill
  • Keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
  • 2 speeds switch with forward/reverse - Low for control when screwdriving; high for drilling
  • Includes: 7.2-Volt drill with integral battery and keyless chuck and charger
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 9099KC
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions9.1 x 8.9 x 3 inches
Item model number9099KC
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage7.2 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbattery
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description2 year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002TXNX0
Best Sellers Rank #46,480 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 15, 2006
  
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Product Description

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Ideal for do-it-yourselfers and home renovation enthusiasts, the Black & Decker 9099KC 7.2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck gives you the power and versatility you need to tackle a range of around-the-house jobs. Its two speeds, keyless chuck, and integrated battery make operation smooth and consistent, while a fan-cooled motor ensures optimum durability and reliable performance.

The 9099KC Cordless Drill Offers:
  • Balanced mid-handle design for improved comfort and control
  • Keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
  • Two-speed switch: low control for driving and high control for drilling
  • Integrated, rechargeable battery that saves time and money



The 9099KC delivers 60 in./lbs. of torque for quick, reliable results. View larger.
Balanced Mid-Handle Design for Comfort and Control
Measuring just 9.1 x 8.8 x 3.1 inches (WxHxD) and weighing less than three pounds, the 9099KC is exceptionally easy to handle and hold, even during heavy-duty jobs. It boasts a balanced mid-handle to increase the overall comfort of the drill and ensures optimum control during a range of operations. This design also helps minimize wrist and hand fatigue so you can work better and longer.

Fan-Cooled Motor for Longer Life
The 9099KC owes its powerful performance to a robust, fan-cooled motor that resists damage caused by overheating. This motor spins at 325/650 rpm for consistent and efficient performance, and provides 1/2-inch capacity in wood and 3/8-inch capacity in steel.

Two-Speed Switch for Versatility
This compact, cordless drill lets you do everything from assembling furniture and installing window treatments to hanging shelves and securing cabinets. Its two-speed switch lets you effortlessly transition from low when screwing to high when drilling. You also have the option of working in forward or reverse, making it a snap to match the best speed and position to the job.

Time-Saving, Convenient Features for Reliable Operation
The 9099KC provides 60 in./lbs. of torque for reliable results, as well as a keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes. At the same time, the integrated 7.2-volt battery pack helps you save time and money by giving you a rechargeable source of power.

For added peace of mind, the 9099KC comes with a two-year warranty and convenient, portable charger.

What's in the Box
Drill with integrated battery and keyless chuck; charger.

The two-speed, 7.2-volt 9099KC is ideal for a wide range of around-the-house drilling and screw-driving tasks.

Product Description

Includes 7.2V Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck - 9099KC, Charger, Storage Bag

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
7.2 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

There is no indication when the battery is charged.
BG
I don't have any big projects to worry about, I just need a cordless drill for simple household projects like hanging curtain rods, etc.
Jennifer A. Ray
It's a very easy drill to use and is fairly light weight.
tvtv3

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

180 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Christopher T. Dahle on March 27, 2011
One Last Update, August 14, 2014 --- Please note that this review was written in 2011, and refers to drills I purchased between 2007 and 2010. I do still have these drills and they do get used. However, in the past 2-3 years, there has been a rapid and dramatic change and improvement in battery technology (Lithium Ion Batteries) as well as great strides in small electric motors which deliver substantially greater torque while consuming far less battery power (brushless motors). If you just need a drill for occasional and very casual use, this one may still fit the bill. However, most manufacturers, including Black and Decker are now selling smaller, lighter drills that are more powerful and have better battery life. If I still had a 6 year old kid who deserved a power drill of his/her own, I might still be tempted to buy one of these. But the price of Lithium Ion powered drills and other cordless tools continues to fall while their variety and quality remains on the upswing.

At this point, I would recommend that if you need a drill for anything other than infrequent hobby and craft use, you should probably look for a good Lithium Ion powered drill. Black and Decker sells several serviceable lithium ion drills under both its "Black and Decker" and "DeWalt" brands. I own several DeWalt tools and am pleased with them, but do not own any of their lithium ion drills. I recently bought Makita cordless drills for my shop and am content with them, but there may be better options.

Read on for my original review:

Having worked in the construction trades for many years, I have a variety of professional quality corded and cordless drills, but my six year old wanted a "real" drill of his own.
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115 of 117 people found the following review helpful By c3o7l4 on December 17, 2008
This drill is a great value for someone who uses it twice a month or less.
I found this locally for about $20. It has great features for the price: cordless, 2-speed (325/650rpm), reversing (to drive screws) and a keyless chuck. The quality is quite good, considering the price. It's well balanced, and seems to have a good amount of power. It's stated capacity is a 1/2" in wood, and 3/8" in steel. The battery pack is built inside. It uses 4/5 sub-C ni-cd cells. The shelf life of rechargeables is about
3 months, so you will need to charge it occassionally.
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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Feng Yu on September 12, 2009
Good buy. Does not come with bits and drill heads. Luckily I had a set from my old drill.
I did find this one cheaper in Walmart later, but oh well.
I built all the furniture in my new apartment with this guy. Thank goodness I had it.
Powerful enough for the job w/o being too heavy to lug around. Charges just fine.
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54 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Stranger on October 2, 2011
As others have said, it doesn't stand upright on its base. A very odd mistake (?) to allow into production. Apparently, you have to pay more money for the ability to stand it upright. lol? This is 7.2 volts, it's not a heavy duty 18 volt gun, so don't expect to be drilling through brick any time soon with this. Also, I wasn't expecting this to behave like an electric corded drill, with it continuing to spin after you let off the gas. This works great on drilling pilot holes in my plaster walls, which is the main reason why I purchased this. I've also easily drilled wood screw into base door trim, etc.. For $20, this drill does everything you'd expect a light duty cordless drill to do. -2 stars for the ding on my counter top when it toppled over. That was silly of me thinking it would stand on its own...
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Lindsey Brage on February 4, 2012
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I don't want to be sexist, but let's face it- as a single girl, even one with a penchant for home improvement, there's not a high chance I'm going to be doing heavy construction- and this drill is PERFECT for me. I've owned 2 of these drills for 2 years. (I bought a second drill for my store)

This drill is relatively lightweight, cheap but not cheap-feeling, and very, very reliable. I actually own a Makita and I prefer this one- mostly due to weight and it being so uncomplicated. After 2 years the batteries still hold charge exceptionally well and the power seems above average for a drill in this price range (Just yesterday I drove a 3in screw into 3inches of hardwood without predrilling) This drill has performed well when being used heavily and is reliable even when the battery has sat for weeks.

I don't think it's the ultimate in power drills, but for the price, I do think it's a 5 star value.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By tvtv3 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 3, 2010
I received this BLACK & DECKER 7.2-VOLT CORDLESS DRILL for Christmas. I've been looking for a cordless drill for about nine months and had been looking at drills that were a bit larger and more powerful. However, even though this drill isn't quite what I was looking for, it's an exceptional drill. It has two speeds (325 & 650 rpm), can go in reverse, and the chuck is keyless. It's a very easy drill to use and is fairly light weight. The battery pack is built inside the drill and in order to charge it, you have to plug the charger into a socket on the drill. I've used this drill several times since receiving it and have not had any problems. In fact, the only criticism I have is that the drill doesn't include any drill bits or heads; you have to purchase a set of drill bits and heads separately. Overall, this is a great drill for someone who is a novice to beginning home repair type person. It'll also do a job for more experience handymen who are in the pinch.
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