|Item Weight||4.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.8 x 4.7 x 13.5 inches|
|Item model number||DC725KA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
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DEWALT DC725KA 18-Volt Cordless Compact Hammer Drill/Driver
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- This item is DEWALT DC725KA 18-Volt Cordless Compact Hammer Drill/Driver
- Used for Construction - Power Drills, Cordless Drills
- The product is manufactured in Mexico
- Compact size allows users to fit into tight spaces; lightweight design (4.9 pounds) minimizes user fatigue
- 1/2-inch single-sleeve ratcheting chuck reduces bit slippage
- Dual-speed range of 0-500/0-1,700 RPM; 0-8,500/0-29,000 BPM delivers optimal performance
- High-performance frameless motor delivers maximum power of 410 unit watts out
- LED work light provides increased visibility in confined spaces
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|Voltage||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts||18 Volts|
|Battery Cell Composition||NiCAD||NiCAD||NiCAD||lithium ion|
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Featuring a high-performance, frameless motor capable of delivering a maximum of 410 unit watts, the DEWALT 18-Volt Compact Cordless Hammerdrill handles a broad range of applications. It also features dual-range, variable-speed control--from 0 to 500/0 to 1,700 rpm and from 0 to 8,500/0 to 29,000 bpm--for precise hole placement and material-specific performance.
LED illuminates work area
The DC725KA is built with an ergonomic grip for comfortable handling that assists in ensuring accurate results. Its balanced mid-handle grip makes control easy, while a 360-degree side handle offers hand-position options for comfort and reduced fatigue when tackling extended applications.
This hammer drill weighs an easy-to-manage 4.9 pounds and features a convenient LED for visibility.
Cordless Design and Ratcheting Chuck
The DC725KA's cordless design allows you to move quickly between projects without the hassle of a cord or outlet. With the one-hour charger, you can reduce downtime and quickly recharge the long-life 18-volt NiCad batteries.
All-metal 1/2-inch chuck
The DC725KA 18-Volt Compact Cordless Hammer Drill Kit comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.
What's in the Box
DC725KA 18-Volt Compact Cordless Hammer Drill Kit, two 18-volt NiCad batteries, one-hour NiCad charger, and kit box.
Top Customer Reviews
I know that two new standard NiCad 18V batteries cost almost as much as the special price on the drill kit, so it looked like a good buy. But the kit arrived today and the batteries are the "compact" DC9099 size with black tops. The DC9099 is rated 1.7 Amp hours and has a one year warranty. These batteries are smaller and lighter (and shorter lived) than the standard batteries. The standard 18V NiCad is DC9096 with yellow top and is rated 2.4 Amp hours and has a two year warranty. Oddly enough, today's price on the batteries at Amazon is higher for the smaller battery than for the standard size. Amazon sells the smaller battery by itself, but the DeWalt website does not. DeWalt also fails to explain the battery warranty difference clearly unless you try to get a replacement for a failed battery.
The new DC9180 Lithium ion batteries are said to be superior to the NiCad batteries, though they still only have 2.4 Amp hours and a two year warranty. They certainly cost more, so I hope they last longer. I guess if I buy a DeWalt drill with the LED feature, I might as well get the new Li-Ion model.
This DC725KA is going back to Amazon, never used. I did try out the light. It worked, and is probably worth having when drilling in an unlit place.
Evidently the memory problem with NiCad batteries isn't a problem with high load equipment like drills. And since NiCads maintain almost full power until they are depleted you would often run them all the way down anyway. They do have a higher self-discharge than lithiums, but you will usually have enough power in the first to have the second battery fully charged by the time you need it.
Good power, as you would expect from a Dewalt. There is very good trigger control, and even when running at high speed the chuck stops instantly when you release the trigger (with a clunk).
Well made chuck. It grabbed a 1/16 drill bit and there is no wobble. A 3/8 chuck makes no sense when a 1/2 can do the job as well. You aren't limited to drills with the base turned down to 3/8. It seems to be a trend to put half inch chucks on drills that would previously have had 3/8, a trend I like.
The apparent temperature sensor in the battery and smart charger are both a pro and con. On the pro side, the batteries should last for quite a while. My last Craftsman, which didn't have that advantage, lasted less than a year before the batteries were useless.
The grip is comfortable for my hands.Read more ›
Be aware that the front torque selector, spindle, gearbox and a weighty Jacobs keyless chuck (I do like Jacobs chucks) are held inside the clamshell by...by... a plastic location ring groove in the clamshell body, that ring grips the gearbox, and which measures no more than 1/16th or 2mm in indent depth. Consequently, let your tool heat up, or use it under torquey conditions and guess what? The entire front housing loosens up. On my drill I can get the chuck housing to move an 1/8th or more (depending on how hot the plastic is) in any direction, yet the clamshell is gripped firmly and doesn't move at all! Other than this inadequet plastic groove the frameless motor had location cut outs in its magnet body to try and stabilise the front end, but since the motor is only held in place by the pressure of the screwbolts holding the clamshell shut this feature is limited in what it can achieve. Maybe i've just got a dudd, but i doubt that this drill issufficiently well engineered for the trade/contractor market, which is a shame. Let's hope De Walt realise and redesign this into a really decent bit of kit that can rival the Japanese blue tools that I will be using from now on for cordless drills.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I picked one of these up locally in a pinch. The batteries match other tools I own, and I liked having battery swapability. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Scott P. Miller
Do you remember that episode of the Simpsons where Homer buys Marge a bowling bag for her birthday (or anniversary/whatever)? Yeah... Read morePublished 10 months ago by SuperReviewR
Shipped fast. Been using it for a long time now. Very good tool.Published 12 months ago by James M. Laclair