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DEWALT DW926K-2 9.6-Volt Ni-Cad 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver Kit

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Voltage 9.6 Volts 9.6 Volts 18 Volts 20 Volts
Power Source cordless-electric cordless-electric;battery-powered cordless-electric cordless-electric
Batteries Required Y Y Y Y
Battery Cell Composition NiCAD NiCAD NiCAD Lithium Ion
Weight 8 pounds Information not provided 3 pounds 7.83 pounds
Length 14.81 inches 5.3 inches 14.75 inches 16.15 inches
Width 11.88 inches 14.7 inches 13.5 inches 9.9 inches
Height 4.63 inches 12 inches 4.7 inches 4.5 inches
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DW926K-2
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions14.8 x 11.9 x 4.6 inches
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Item model numberDW926K-2
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage9.6 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsattachments
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description1 Year Full Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000302QO
Best Sellers Rank #498,938 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

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If you’re tired of practically bench-pressing an 18-volt cordless for simple driving jobs, we think you’ll love this little powerhouse. At a mere 3.4 pounds, it’s super compact and light as a feather but still plenty powerful enough for just about any drilling or driving task at hand.

The 926-2 drives deck and drywall screws like a charm with virtually no fatigue, even if you’re working at shoulder height and above. That’s particularly good news because you get a lot of mileage out of a charge, and there are two batteries along with a one-hour charger, this drill’s never out of commission, so neither are you. The speed ranges are perfect for cabinet work, furniture assembly and do-it-yourself projects. It’s unmistakably DeWalt quality, with all-metal gears, a 15-position clutch and a heavy-duty keyless chuck. With 200 inch-pounds of torque, you’re got half the power of a drill that weighs (and costs) two to three times as much. For the contractor and other professionals, we think this is a great addition to your toolbox, and for the homeowner and do-it-yourselfer, it’s all the drill you need.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste

Amazon.com Product Description
Here’s a compact drill/driver that weighs only 3.4 lbs yet offers 200 inch-pounds of maximum torque output for a superior power to weight ratio in both fastening and drilling applications. All metal planetary gears provide increased durability and power, and the dual-speed range of 0-300/0-1,100 rpm meets a wide range of applications. The 15-position adjustable clutch offers maximum versatility and control, and the heavy-duty keyless chuck offers durability and convenience. The professional-grade variable speed trigger switch provides for maximum control and versatility in all applications.

Technical Details
Power: voltage, 9.6; speed settings: two; max rpm, 0-300/0-1,100. Clutch settings: 15. Chuck: size, 3/8 inch; type, two-sleeve plastic. Tool weight: 3.4 pounds.

What's in the Box
DW926-2 drill/driver, one-hour charger, two 9.6V compact batteries, double-ended screwdriver bit and heavy-duty kit box.

From the Manufacturer

DEWALT DW926K-2 9.6-Volt Ni-Cad 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver Kit

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
9.6 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It has more than adequate power for most projects, it is light weight, and is well balanced.
Cliff Hutson
The drill had no problem w/ 3" and 4" wood screws through pressure treated wood - or driving a 5/16" hole through a 4X6.
Mike Roselius
I can highly recommend this drill for anyone who's not doing extremely heavy-duty work all day long.
Neil AZ

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Scott Pointon VINE VOICE on August 17, 2000
I have owned this drill for many years and it still works like new. In the age of 18v and greater cordless power, people are forgetting what a great drill this is - at about half the weight of its big brothers. Although I am not a contractor using my drill all day every day, it has seen hard use. I have used it exclusively to renovate two houses (including drywall hanging), build a 24x45 pole barn, and countless woodworking and home repair projects. If this drill ever dies I will buy the exact same product to replace it. I can't think of a better testimonial than that.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Cliff Hutson on June 13, 2000
When it became necessary to replace my eleven year old Makita I naturally assumed that I would buy another one until I went shopping and came across this DeWalt.
I feel that this is the perfect drill for the homeowner or DIYer. It has more than adequate power for most projects, it is light weight, and is well balanced. I actually enjoy using it and have taken to looking for things to do so than I have an excuse to fire it up and get to work. (This amazes my wife as normally I am not very enthusiastic about maintenance.) The extra battery pack and one hour charger are a definite plus, I doubt if one could get to the point where he/she would be moving fast enough so that the next battery would not be charged and ready to go.
If you need a 9.6 volt drill, you can't go wrong with this one.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 11, 2000
I purchased the DeWalt drill because of the DeWalt name and was not disappointed at all. As stated by another customer review, it is made by Black and Decker but is far superior than the Black and Decker model. For example, the DeWalt comes with two, count them, two batteries. The Black and Decker Firestorm only has one. That itself is worth about 35 bucks for the second battery. Also the DeWalt 926k-2 turns out about 200in/lbs of torque. Most other 9.6V models I looked at barely reach 150 in/lbs of torque. I could not find anywhere, not even on the Black and Decker web page, how much torque the 9.6V Firestorm produces. (I guess it must not be that Great) Also the Dewalt 9.6V has a two speed gear box, 0-300/0-1100. With the Firestorm Model you have to get the 14.4V drill to get the two speed gear box. In all my research looking for a good multi-purpose drill that also can perform well, has a good amount of torque, and that is not going to need replacing next week, the Dewalt came out ahead in my opionon.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Neil AZ on June 21, 2001
When the battery in my 10 year old Skil finally died, I knew what I wanted in a replacement. I wanted something of similar weight, but with more torque. 14.4v drills seem almost like the mainstream these days, but if you hold a 9.6v in one hand and a 14.4v in the other, you have to ask yourself if the extra weight is worth it.
My old Skil put out about 110 in-lbs of torque, and the DeWalt puts out 200! Since I'd managed for 10 years with only 110 in-lbs, I figured 200 would more than meet my needs. To get that much torque in a lesser brand like B&D or Skil you need to get the 14.4v - no thanks. After lots of looking both online and in the aisle at HD and Lowes I decided on the DeWalt and haven't regretted it for an instant.
I do woodworking as a hobby and small house chores as well. If I ever need a deck built, I'd hire somebody. So now you know where I'm coming from. I've found the DeWalt to have more than enough torque for my needs. The only time I've noticed the motor slowing down (but not stopping) is drilling 3/8" holes more than 2" deep in hard maple. I've also drilled 1/2" holes through 2.5" hard maple with a twist bit, and there was so much torque I had to hold on to the drill tightly with both hands to keep it from twisting out of my hands. If I was drilling holes like that all day long, then I'd probably go with the 14.4 or 18v version, but thankfully I don't do many of those types of holes. (Bear in mind that hard maple is at least 2-3 times harder than your typical softwood used in home construction.)
I can highly recommend this drill for anyone who's not doing extremely heavy-duty work all day long.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BRADLEY KELLER on October 1, 2000
The homeowner or the pro can appreciate this fella. Compact with lots of power.On the down side it tends to be a little tipsy while resting on the battery and the chuck is hard to grasp and twist tightly.But all in all you wont find a better drill for the money
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 28, 2000
I've owned this drill for 3 years and it has been a trooper. I've used it on various remodeling projects, including drywalling and deck building. It's got plenty of power for my needs and it's light weight makes working overhead MUCH easier. I've used DeWalt's 12 and 14.4v drills overhead, but the 9.6 is much lighter and easier to handle and it doesn't wear me out as fast. If it ever wears out, I'll buy another.

UPDATE 4/2008: after 11 years, it finally shows some signs of age. It's still driving, but I updated to 14.4 and give this little one some well-deserved time off when tackling the bigger jobs. Wife still prefers weight and handling of 9.6 over the bulkier 14.4. Still on original batteries, but probably should replace. Definitely got my money's worth.
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