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Black & Decker CDC180ASB 18-Volt Compact Drill


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  • 17 percent smaller, supplies 10 percent more torque (up to 122-inch-pounds) than older models
  • Variable speed (from zero to 650 RPM) for optimum precision and control
  • Six-position clutch, keyless 3/8-inch chuck for effortless bit changes
  • 13.7-by-12.5-by-4-inches (w x h x d), weighs 8 pounds, 2-year warranty
  • 18-volt drill, 18-volt slide pack batteries, charger, double-ended bit tip, storage case, 20 helpful accessories
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Designed to handle all kinds of "around-the-house" jobs with ease, this cordless drill kit from Black & Decker is powerful, yet lightweight enough to easily handle and hold. The CDC180ASB is part of Black & Decker's line of compact cordless drills, boasting an efficient design that's 17 percent smaller and supplies 10 percent more torque (up to 122 in./lbs.) than older models. Powered by a 18-volt battery (included, along with one charger) this dependable tool offers variable speed (from zero to 650 RPM) for optimum precision and control, as well as a six-position clutch for versatility. Bit changes are a snap thanks to the keyless chuck, and it's equally simple to remove the spring-loaded battery for charging. And the soft, comfortable grips helps reduce user fatigue. Great for drilling holes through wood, metal, and plastic, as well as screwdriving into wood, metal, and plastic, the CDC180ASB comes with an assortment of 20 accessories so you can get the job done right the first time.

From the Manufacturer

The Black & Decker CDC180ASB compact cordless drill is 17% smaller to allow the user to get into tight spaces. The CDC180ASB has variable speeds and has a 6 position clutch to give the user drilling and driving control when working on their project. The keyless chuck allows for quick and easy bit changes. The CDC180ASB comes with 20 accessories to give the user versatility in a wide range of applications. The CDC180ASB includes one 18.0-volt cordless drill (122-inch-pounds of torque, 0-650 rpm), one 18-volt slide battery pack, 20 accessories, a storage bag, and a charger.

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Technical Details
Part Number CDC180ASB
Item Weight5.7 pounds
Product Dimensions13.3 x 9.6 x 3.6 inches
Item model numberCDC180ASB
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description2 Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB00173CFT8
Best Sellers Rank #156,454 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.7 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Bulb Voltage
18 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's great for doing jobs in and around the house.
Mimilee
Works great, easy to charge, holds a charge well and has enough power.
Cal gal
There's no indicator as to when the battery is fully charged.
El G

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

66 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Greg Kazakov on October 24, 2009
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I was looking for something cheap as my first drill. From checking many different stores and drills, this was the best choice for the money. I used this successfully for installing 3 over-the-range microwaves. I bought large Irwin drill bits to cut big holes through drywall and cabinetry, and this drill performed fine. This also
saves you a ton of time having to use a screwdriver to assemble something.

FYI: The 20 accessories that come with this drill are drill bits and screwdriver bits. They are of good quality and that alone saves you some $10-$15 bucks from having to buy it separately with another drill.

This is not a hammer drill so you will not be able to drill through concrete or other strong material. Some places of drywall was difficult for me to drill through, but with maximum drill power and forward-force I was able to make it through.

The battery lasts well for me, one thing that is good is to keep charging it in between working, or while you are taking 30mins for a lunch break. It held its charge for over 2 weeks when I had it in storage between uses.

One suggestion is to have some kind of indicator to let you know when it's fully charged. There are no lights whatsoever to tell you it's charging or it's got a charge. But if you do it like me and plug it in the night before working then you're fine.

Again, for $50 bucks shipped you can't beat this drill. If you're looking for the best then go for DeWalt, but if you need something around the house, or maybe helping out a neighbor install whatever, this is an excellent choice.
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85 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Bugaloo on July 29, 2009
I picked this up for $40 on sale in a local store. It's adequate for most tasks, but no better.

The battery can only be charged when it's plugged into the drill, so you can't alternate between two to keep working. It doesn't have a variable speed setting, so controlling the speed when driving screws is hard. The battery capacity seems small, plus there's no charge level indicator on the device or charger, so you don't know when it's fully recharged. Finally, the RPM is very low compared to equivalents--getting through steel is going to take you a while.

If you can get it on sale for a reasonable price, and don't want to do too many adventurous things with a power drill, consider giving it a look.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By I. Springer on February 13, 2010
I asked for this particular drill (battery powered) for Christmas - and got it :-) I have several Black & Decker items and am pleased with all of them. Jig saw, two electric drills, weed whacker, tiller, small work bench, wall paper steamer (yes, B&D doesn't make them anymore, but I loved my original one that I had for 20 years, which finally gave out after many hours of use not only by me, but also by some of my office colleagues. But I found a "brand-new/old" one, never used, on e-bay.) Some of those tools might not be suitable for a professional handyman, but for a do-it-yourself woman (or some of the more clumsy, helpless do-it-yourself men!), they are wonderful, reliable products.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dougo on December 5, 2009
It may be 18v, but it has nowhere near the power of my old Black & Decker 18v drill. The a/c adapter is also a fraction of the size, which makes me wonder. Build quality seems on par.

After shopping to replace my old one, I came home with a sears craftsman C3 19.2v ($90) and this B&D 18v model. The difference is like night and day. While at Sears, I also tried the Dewalt 18v drills which even more powerful than the craftsman. You can feel the torque on these yanking the unit in your hand; you cannot feel anything on this B&D.

Obviously, the voltage rating is not a good indicator of performance. Frustratingly, price is turning out to be a better indicator.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By golms23 on March 15, 2011
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I needed a drill to put up some plywood to winterize a breezeway. This model worked fine to drill holes and set the deck screws, but in the spring when I tried to remove the screws, there just was not enough power to remove the screws. I had to go back to a power drill and an extension cord.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By inky on March 6, 2011
Save you money and buy a real drill. I tried to save a few bucks and am very sorry. Now I will have to pay more for a drill that holds its charge and has some power. Don't go by the volt comparison.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By wiredweird HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on June 20, 2010
This does plenty of work around the house. The 18V motor has all the torque I need for most jobs (note from an EE: higher voltage makes it easier to get more motor power from a battery of given capacity). Having two batteries makes life a lot easier - one working while the other charges. And, as an added convenience, the batteries are interchangeable with batteries in other B&D tool suite, like their lawn trimmer. I haven't needed the extra batteries and charger yet, but I'm sure some job will come up where they're more than handy.

My only complaint, a minor one, is that the charger doesn't let you know when the battery is full. I know the extra indicator would have added a little to the cost, but would have been a big improvement.

-- wiredweird
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dolores Kaeser on February 14, 2010
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As a older, single woman, I wanted something I could easily use, but yet it would be good enough to put together furniture, mount shelving, etc. This drill is a thrill! I am so happy with it that I have told all my friends about it. Now I'm looking for things to use it on!
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