|Item Weight||2.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 4.2 x 7.6 inches|
|Item model number||VP810|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Warranty|
Black & Decker VP810 3.6-Volt Versapak Screwdriver
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- 3.6-volt Screwdriver with locking pivoting handle for in-line or pistol-grip handling positions
- Rechargeable VersaPak battery designed to interchange with other VersaPak tools
- 24-position clutch helps to prevent unwanted stripping
- Narrow, elongated nose-piece provides easier reach into difficult areas
- Includes VersaPak battery, VersaPak one-port charger and five driver bits
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Disclaimer: Black and Decker discontinued the Versapak series several years ago (I had called them when I wanted another snakelight and they said I could not order any more Versapak tools from them)...but now I see Versapak tools available again, and I don't know if that means they (B&D) are producing them again? (Dear Black and Decker, What is the status of Versapak?)...
Batteries: I have always continued to buy the batteries at Home Depot (tool corral) for about $25 each ... I have now found them here at Amazon in a pak of five where the price per battery was substantially less (incl free delivery) ... Yes, I recommend this cordless screwdriver!
Ok, for light duty and tight spots, but if you want power and speed for bigger jobs, look elsewhere.
Would be nice if the clip holding the four bits could be stored in or attached to the tool.
Rather than a trigger with a separate direction control, this has a rocker switch which would be nice, but the forward/reverse configuration is backward from an ergonomic standpoint.
It's nice having two dedicated tools, on for drilling and one for driving, but if I were to do it over, I would spend a bit extra for a more powerful driver.
Most electronics...especially anything with a transformer these days, have 110v/60hz AND 220v/50hz. The charger is only listed for 110v/60hz, but this information couldn't be found on black and deckers website or the information on the package. I'm currently stationed overseas and need things that run on the the local power, or at least the same frequency. I couldn't read the charger info until the package was open because it was covered up. Looks like I'm keeping this one, hopefully it won't die. I have a main transformer, but it can't change the frequency so I may be out of luck.. I'll give it a chance, but I imagine it will fry the charger after a few uses.
The clutch has tonz of settings, but they are close to each other in torque and they do not go low enough for my needs. I plan to use it mainly for disassembling/reassembling of my Radio Control car that takes ALOT of wrenching to get the little machine screws out.
If you live in the states and don't deploy like me the only con was the clutch settings.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My last Black and Decker electric screwdriver lasted 15 years... 16 months after I purchased this one, and having used it only occasionally, the rocker switch is already broken. Read morePublished 9 days ago by jaester
I replaced an older model that failed. These are super for around-the-house jobs.Published 25 days ago by Shadow Berr
great for those quick projects. Keep it charged up and you have a very handy screwdriver. Use a reversible bit and it covers almost all the quick jobs.Published 3 months ago by Fixit10
I've used this like crazy since March- today the battery started smoking when I took it off the charger and put it on the gun. I immediately submerged it in water and tossed it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenn
Makes a big difference not having to keep switching bits on your drill. When you're in an awkward space or when you'e got a big project, this can makes project completion much... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dorothy L Blakeslee