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DEWALT DC750KA 9.6-Volt 3/8-Inch Cordless Drill/Driver Kit

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  • Heavy-duty 3/8-inch-inch keyless single sleeve ratcheting chuck for tighter bit gripping ability
  • Dual speed range (0-300/0-1100 rpm) that delivers maximum versatility
  • 15-position adjustable clutch offers maximum versatility and control
  • Rubber grip for maximum comfort when performing applications
  • Compact size and lightweight design (3.4 lbs) allows users to get into tight spaces when performing applications;
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DEWALT DC750KA 9.6-Volt 3/8-Inch Cordless Drill/Driver Kit + DEWALT DW2163 37-Piece Screwdriving Set with Tough Case + DEWALT DW1956 Pilot Point 16-Piece Twist Drill Bit Assortment
Price for all three: $139.62

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Technical Details

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Product Description

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The DeWalt DC750KA Heavy Duty 9.6-volt 3/8-inch Cordless Drill/Driver comes with a heavy-duty 3/8-foot single sleeve ratcheting chuck for tighter bit gripping ability. Features include a dual speed range (0-to-300 RPM and 0-to-1,100 RPM) for added versatility and a 15-position adjustable clutch for added control. Other features include a rubber grip for maximum comfort and a compact size and lightweight (only 3.4 pounds) design to get into tight spaces. This drill/driver comes with two batteries, a charger, a bit, and a heavy-duty carrying case.

From the Manufacturer

Like every DEWALT tool, the DC750KA cordless drill/driver is rugged and reliable enough to satisfy professional contractors. This commercial-grade model is compact and lightweight - just 3.4 lbs. - so it easily fits into your hand and into tight, narrow spaces. However, don’t be fooled by its slim size, this compact powerhouse packs a punch. The DC750KA is driven by a 9.6-volt XRP extended-run battery, which provides plenty of power for hole drilling and screw driving through virtually any building material. Its variable-speed, two-speed, reversing motor can be operated on low (0-300 RPM) for driving screws, or high (0-1,100 RPM) for drilling holes. The tool is equipped with a 3/8-inch, keyless, single-sleeve, ratcheting chuck that securely locks down on bits to prevent slippage, even when boring large-diameter holes. And its adjustable slip clutch has 15 settings, which ensures precise, consistent screw driving in various materials - hardwood, softwoods, plastic and metal - without fear of over-driving or stripping the screws. The over-molded rubber handle provides a comfortable, non-slip grip, even in sweaty, dusty conditions. The DC750KA Heavy-Duty Cordless 9.6-Volt Compact Drill/Driver comes with two 9.6-volt batteries, one-hour charger, screwdriver bit, and plastic storage case. It’s backed by DEWALT’s three-year limited warranty, 90-day money-back guarantee, and one-year free service contract.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DC750KA
Item Weight7.9 pounds
Product Dimensions5.3 x 14.7 x 12 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberDC750KA
ColorYellow
Power Sourcecordless-electric;battery-powered
Voltage9.6 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Special Featurescompact
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description90 Day Money Back Guarantee, 1 Year Free Service Contract, 3 Year Limited Warranty
National Stock Number5130-00-999-0430
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GIIRLK
Best Sellers Rank #21,973 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Important Information

Bulb Voltage
9.6 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 101 people found the following review helpful By A Scientist on March 29, 2008
An excellent drill for those looking to spend about $70-90. While this drill seems expensive for a 9.6V model keep in mind it works as hard as similar priced 12V models. It is definitely a professional quality product. However, it does fall into that range where for a bit more money you get a 12V+ professional quality drill with more power and battery life. At a similar price point you get a 12V+ consumer drill that isn't really more powerful, is definitely bigger but offers better battery life.

I own the previous version of this drill, the DW926. The DW926 and the DC750 are the same but for the rubber grip surface and the great addition of a one handed chuck.

What's great about this drill? Well despite being small and light, it's reasonably powerful. I have had several cordless drills including this one, a DeWalt DC727 12V, Makita D6011 12V (the old school Makita cordless stick battery drill) and a Sears 12V ~$80 model (2 speed gearbox, not a super cheap 1 speed).

The little DeWalt has the about the same torque (200 in-lb) as my 12V Makita (234) or my Sears (225). Mind you it's not nearly as strong as my 12V DeWalt (350). At the same time the DeWalt is quite a bit more compact than the Sears or Makita models.

More volts doesn't always mean more power! Many people assume that battery voltage equates to how much power a drill has. That's just not true. It's more complex that that. Needless to say you can advertise big voltage and still have no power to speak of. Look at some of the cheap Black and Deckers (the maker of DeWalt) for examples of lots of volts but no torque.

So it can work just as hard as many of the consumer grade 12V models (harder than many 1 speed models). So what's the down side?
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Al Smith on July 19, 2007
I've just bought a 2nd DeWalt 9.6V cordless drill to supplement my woodworking shop. My first is still going strong after over 6 years of use. The original batteries have just about died (I still have one good one) so rather than spend eighty-four dollars on two new batteries I spent about the same for a new drill kit that comes with two new batteries!

This drill is great for general purpose work and is small and lightweight enough to be a joy to use in tight places. Why lug around a beastly-size cordless drill when you don't have to? Only rarely have I found the 9.6V drill to be lacking in torque (I mostly drill in wood with 3/8" and smaller twist bits). If you need something with more speed and/or torque then consider the 12V (the upper speed of the 9.6V is 1,100 rpm vs. 1,400 rpm for the 12V).

Batteries recharge fast (less than 1 hour) but the ones for my newest drill seem to last only about 1/2 as long as the first batch did. And, they are NiCad so you need to make sure you top-off the charge if you've not used the drill in the past several DAYS. Short battery life between charges is my only complaint. The new drill models have a chuck lock which is most handy--you no longer have to hold the chuck still when loosening or tightening the chuck.

This is a great product from DeWalt and, except for the short batterly charge duration, I strongly recommend it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Paul A. Tomlinson on August 13, 2008
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This is the little brother to the - DEWALT DC727KA Heavy Duty 12-Volt Ni-Cad Cordless 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver - and probably simply does not have the torque to really need a 3/8-inch chuck.

That said, this is a perfect little drill/driver for general home use - even a novice will not find it intimidating to use. A wide clutch range and good speed control means the driver can be used with perfect control by a careful user, even if inexperienced.

The unit is well balanced - though honestly, the uses for which this unit will shine are not likely to involve repetitive motion stress.

I have given this unit only four stars, due to the battery lifetime of this range of units, though for occasional use this will not likely be a problem, and the charger is reasonably fast.

Hope this helps.

(This is being added a few years after: battery life really is the bugaboo of this line of tools! The replacements cost as much as the full kit!!!)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Erhardt on June 30, 2013
I've made few tool-buying mistakes in my 70 years, but I think this was the worst. The batteries are so whimpy and short as to be useless. Charge it the night before and put it away, it will be flat in the morning. My old Makita 9V 1/4-incher lasted for years; I replaced the battries just once, and I built two boats with it. Strong, reliable, long-lasting. When I get this tool out, I put the batteries in the charger and then get out my corded 3/8 drill and work with it until the DeWalt battery charges ~ but usually I've finished the job before I can use the DeWalt. Yes, I thought, mmm, DeWalt . . . how bad can it be?? Well, it can penty bad, a waste of a hundred bucks.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By F. Sigrist on July 4, 2008
I have been using the prior, discontinued Dewalt 9.6 volt version of this for many years. I am home DIY and the versatility and power is more than adequate for my needs. This new one replaces another brand which has needed replacement batteries or chargers during the same period of my use of the old Dewalt drill -- the old Dewalt is still going STRONG! One major advantage of the Dewalt batteries and charger is that I can leave the second battery in the charger until needed. Just replace the exhausted battery after use with a fully-charged battery, put the exhausted battery in the charger and forget it until it is needed. NO CHARGE AND REMOVE CHARGER AFTER SEVERAL HOURS! GREAT!

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