|Item Weight||4.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||DCD775KL|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Included Components||case; battery; battery-charger|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
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DEWALT DCD775KL 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Compact Lithium-Ion Hammer-Drill Kit
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- Lightweight design (4.1 lbs) minimizes user fatigue
- Dual speed range 0-500/0-1700 rpm and 0-8,500/0-29,000 bpm delivers optimal performance
- Compact lithium-ion batteries are compatible with the existing system of DEWALT 18-volt power tools
- LED worklight provides increased visibility in confined spaces
- DEWALT power tools are backed by a 3-year warranty, 90-day money-back guarantee, and 1-year free service contract
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Fast, powerful, and versatile, this DEWALT DCD775KL 1/2-inch 18-volt cordless compact lithium-ion hammer-drill kit is a must-have for any job site or professional shop. Offering 17 clutch settings and an LED work light for improved visibility in tight spaces or low-light conditions, this hammer drill has a user-friendly design that keeps things simple, so you can get the job done right the first time. It also offers the convenience of a dual speed range of 0 - 500/0 - 1,700 rpm and 0 - 8,500/0 - 29,000 bpm that lets you match the speed to the task at hand for optimal performance.
Lightweight, Compact Design for Tight Spaces
Weighing in at just 4.1 pounds, the DCD775KL lets you work all day without putting excessive strain on wrists and hands, which helps with productivity. Its compact size also makes it easy for you to drill in tight spaces like under sinks, and in corners, or a closet.
Lithium-Ion Batteries for Long-Lasting, Quick-Charging Performance
The DCD775KL is powered by compact lithium-ion batteries that are compatible with the existing system of DEWALT 18-volt power tools produced since 1996. These batteries weigh less than NiCad batteries, charge in just 30 minutes, and are long lasting so you can minimize downtime.
The DEWALT DCD775KL 1/2-inch 18-volt cordless compact lithium-ion hammer-drill kit is backed by a limited three-year warranty, 90-day money-back guarantee, and one-year free service contract.
What's in the Box
Hammer drill, two compact lithium-ion batteries, 30-minute yellow-top lithium/NiCad charger, and heavy-duty kit box.
This durable kit box stores your hammer drill, batteries, and charger.
Top Customer Reviews
Regarding the price...Amazon was running a $25 off sale so I ended up paying on $190 for the drill. Toolking is selling it for $259 and some other online retailers are selling it for between $240 - $260, so the price is great.
Now, on to the drill itself. The weight of this compact drill & battery weighs about the same, if not less, than my full size Dewalt DCD970 hammer drill WITH NO BATTERY! The compact size makes it great to get into tighter spaces without compromising the angle of approach.
Changing/selecting the gear for the 2-speed "transmission" is very easy/smooth. My DCD970 has a 3-speed transmission and the highest gear is noticeable faster, but, the gear switch to change speeds tend to catch and it takes a lot of play and force to try and change speeds. The DCD775's gear selector is a huge improvement, soooo much easier to select a different gear. And no, the DCD970's gear selector didn't get this bad over time, it behaved the same way when it was new.
The LED drill light is also an added plus to illuminate areas that aren't well lit. By no means is it a replacement for a normal flashlight/shoplight, but, it does come in handy.
The lithium batteries are awesome! No lag or drag, power to drill is kept at 100% until the battery is almost completely drained... unlike NiCad batteries that show signs of a weak battery by gradually losing power. Not the case with this battery, it goes full throttle until it has reached its complete usable band and then shuts off to protect the battery for being fully drained (bad for long term battery life).
30-min charger! Awesome!!!Read more ›
I have owned this drill for about 5 months, and yesterday had a project that involved drilling 98 screws, 2.5 inches long through treated 2x4's and into landscaping timbers. I started with battery that was already in the drill. I figured it would go dead before I finished, but I had the spare in the charger and it was ready to go. In less than 10 screws I had to change batteries, and before I hit 30 screws, both batteries were drained. I got out my old trusty battery drill from the place in Chicago that don't own a tower anymore and it finished up the work with no problems. Needless to say, it was a pretty disappointing performance of a high priced drill with higher priced batteries.
The pros for this drill are: It is light weight. Has a cute little light that lights up what your going to drill.
The cons for this drill are: The chuck has about a quarter of an inch play, which I assume is for the hammer part of the drill, however until you get used to it, your going to tear up your finger or scratch what your working on because of it. It has an extremely short battery life, and when it decides to stop, it just does, not a slow down, just dead. When you work to get your parts in place, in an awkward position and go to use the drill and find out it is dead, you just want to throw the thing. It has a cute little light that shows what your drilling.....but I have not found a practical use for that cute little light yet. It would be better for it to light up when the battery is low, so your not stuck holding up boards and finally getting in position to use the drill to find out that the battery is dead.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works well. Replaced my older nicad dewalt and this is a big improvement.Published 4 months ago by AG
I bought this long enough ago that it cannot be returned. He just opened it for his birthday and one of the batteries does nothing. Won't charge and won't give off any power. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Malaria86
I gave one of these to both of my sons for Christmas. They use them constantly. Having an impact tool built into a cordless drill is very convenient and works well for handyman... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stephen L. Pohl