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Tackle a variety of projects around the house with this compact, powerful drill from Black & Decker. The HPD18AK-2 supplies 330 in./lbs. of torque for fast results. Powered by two spring-loaded batteries (included) that are a snap to slide in and remove, this handy tool features a 100-percent metal chuck with a spindle lock to tighten screw drivers and drill bits in less time. It also boasts zero to 350 RPM in high torque applications and zero to 1,400 RPM in high-speed applications. And the 32-position clutch ensures both versatility and precision, no matter what renovation, improvement, or woodworking project you take on.
This tool’s professional-grade high-torque motor provides 330 in. lbs. of torque. The single sleeve all-metal chuck with spindle lock provides easier and faster tightening of screw driver and drill bit accessories, and 2 spring loaded batteries allow for easy installation and removal of batteries. The two-position gear box is for high torque driving and high speed drilling control, while the 32-position clutch with micro-adjust torque drives various size screws. The 10-piece drill bit set provides bits for the most common applications.
Gave this as a wedding present, it's lasted longer than the marriage. :)Published 3 months ago by M. Holt
This was to replace an old drill that used this older style 18V battery. If you've got other tools that use this battery (which is getting harder to find), this dual battery kit... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Brown
My last 18-volt drill lasted nearly 5 years, and what finally failed were the batteries. I purchased this as a replacement as it includes 2 batteries. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donald Clancy
This was really good at first. Then after a few months the batteries (both of them) started only holding about an hour's worth of charge.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good Drill. Bought to utilize several batteries. Drill works great!Published 6 months ago by Grandpa
these are good battery powered drills just wish the batters would hold up.Published 7 months ago by James Roby