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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.
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.
Since it does exactly as advertised with ease I have to give it 5 starsPublished 10 months ago by Woodruff Ogden
My husband has wanted his own compact drill for a long time. I was thrilled to find this one for a reasonable price. Thank you AmazonPublished 19 months ago by Cheri Alexander
This is a handy tool that does everything it's advertised to do. The battery charge does not last for days, the way heavy-duty drills do. That's okay. Read morePublished 20 months ago by carl brookins