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This item: Black & Decker GCO18SFB 18-Volt NiCad 3/8-Inch Cordless Drill/Driver with Storage Bag and Stud Sensor
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|Voltage||18 Volts||20 Volts||12||12 Volts|
|Battery Cell Composition||NiCAD||lithium ion||NiCAD||lithium ion|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||5.07 pounds||5 pounds||3.5 pounds|
|Dimensions||10 inches x 14 inches x 4 inches||8.5 inches x 10.63 inches x 3.69 inches||9 inches x 10.7 inches x 3.6 inches||8.9 inches x 10.63 inches x 2.56 inches|
The GCO18SFB is a lightweight cordless drill/driver from Black & Decker that is ideal for household use. It includes a helpful stud finder that locates studs through walls with a thickness measuring up to 3/4 inch, so you'll be able to get all your wall mounting jobs done fast. Powered by a 18-volt battery (included, along with charger), the GCO18SFB quickly and easily drills holes in and drives screw through wood, metal, plastic. Its keyless chuck makes bit changes a snap, and the 24-position clutch provides optimum control without stripping screws. Match the correct speed from zero to 750 RPM to each project with the variable speed/reversing trigger, and rely on a built-in magnetic bit holder (with a capacity of six one-inch drill bits) to keep everything you need at your fingertips. This user-friendly GCO18SFB also boasts a comfortable mid-handle design and comes with one HPB18 18-volt battery pack, one DC plug charger, and storage bag. Imported.
Old one broke after many years of use, and I was able to replace it with the same model (with 2 batteries!) Very satisfied.Published 2 days ago by james cox
returned it for weak torque and and because of batteries old manufacturing date of 4/14.Published 1 month ago by Robert L McGraw