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Hitachi D10VF 9 Amp 3/8-Inch Drill

by Hitachi

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3,000 RPM
  • Powerful 9 Amp high performance motor
  • New ergonomic form-fit design
  • Conveniently located reverse switch
  • Trigger lock
  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Powerful 9-amp high performance motor
  • Delivers 139-inches per pound of torque
  • Comes with a 5-year limited warranty
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Style Name: 3,000 RPM
Technical Details
Part Number D10VF
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions14.3 x 13.4 x 4.2 inches
OriginChina
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Item model numberD10VF
Style3,000 RPM
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASINB00005LEY2
Best Sellers Rank #143,873 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 4, 2001
  
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Product Description

Style: 3,000 RPM

Product Description

Hitachi D10VF 9-Amp Reversible Drill with Case, Chuck Key and 3/8-Inch Keyless Chuck

From the Manufacturer

The Hitachi D10VF 9-Amp Reversible Drill is equipped with a high performance 9-Amp motor and is ideal for any contractor demanding a drill with amazing power and reliability. The D10VF is equipped with an electronic variable speed trigger with a lock-on switch, which makes it perfect for varying applications as well as continuous use. Electronic variable speed control trigger is designed for comfortable two-finger operation. This drill is designed to provide maximum 3,000-RPM generated by its 9-Amp motor, while delivering optimal torque and an industrial three-jawed keyed chuck ensures power is delivered to the work piece. This motor is so powerful it delivers 139-inches per pound of torque. The cast aluminum gear case provides efficiently dissipates heat. Its reversing switch and trigger lock for continuous uninterrupted operations. This reversible drill comes with an injection molded case, chuck key and 3/8-inch keyless chuck. The Hitachi D10VF 9-Amp Reversible Drill comes with a 5-year limited warranty. Hitachi Power Tools provides professional-grade power tools for a variety of applications, including woodwork, metalwork, concrete, drilling, cutting and fastening. Since its inception, Hitachi has pioneered innovative technologies that have improved the quality of craftsmanship worldwide. Hitachi is a leader in power tool research and development and has achieved many firsts in the power tool industry. Today, Hitachi continues the tradition of innovation and engineering with new features in addition to classic quality.

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Bulb Voltage
120

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I hope it gives him many years of service, as I know it will.
Enrico B. Moretti
All in all, this is a very well designed and manufactured hand drill which I highly recommend for the more advanced user.
Felix
This drill is more powerful, has keyed chuck, which holds drill bits much better than keyless.
Handy Man

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Gregory S Brown on November 4, 2002
Style Name: 3,000 RPM
Likes: Padded Grip, Metal Gear Box, Easy Access Trigger Lock, Easy Access Reverse, OK Balance, Keyed Chuck (which is what I wanted.), Good Ergonomics, Easy Speed Control with Trigger, Lots of Power.
Diskiles: Doesn't come with an extra hand grip. No problem though--the grip on my Bosch 4.5" grinder fit just fine (must be a stanardized thread pattern).
I was going for the Milwaukee, but I really liked the feel of Hitachi in my hand and the top of the trigger doesn't cut into your finger as it does on the Milwaukee.
I am very satisifed with this purchase.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By H. Johnson on March 29, 2009
Style Name: 3,000 RPM
This is a great drill, tons of power and a fast 3,000 rpm. No, this is not the same drill they sell at Lowe's. We use these in production, drilling hole after hole, never a problem or hesitation. This drill also has a great power to RPM ratio (9 amp/ 3,000 RPM) I can't find another drill,that comes close. I also needed the keyed chuck and it to be corded as these are used for extended periods. Battery units do not last long enough and keyless chucks eventually break. Very nice package.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By OldRed on February 7, 2011
Style Name: 1,200 RPM Verified Purchase
Being retired I have decided that having a battery operated drill motor is not that important anymore. Over the years I have had at least 5 different drills that have needed new batteries replacements. I was at a place to order another battery pack for my Panasonic EY6432, the 15.6V, 3.5aH ones. As the battery packs are almost more expensive than a new drill, I decided to purchase this Hitachi D10VG 9 Amp, with the 3/8" chuck, 0-1200rpm, to quit being tied to the need for a new battery pack. I have at least 400 feet of heavy duty (12 & 14AWG) extension cords so there is no place I can't use a 120vac drill motor. I chose this one because of the low speed and the heavy amperage which means I can use it for a screwdriver. I have the Hitachi D13VF, 0-850rpm ½ drill motor too, but is quite heavy, so that is why I got the 3/8 chuck, this lighter unit. My Milwaukee H-D Magnum drill motor is too fast, 0-2800 and there have also been times I have had to use channel-lock pliers to open the keyless chuck. No more keyless chucks. I have 7, 120vac drills, which includes my floor drill press and a Proxxon pro rotary tool, a DeWalt screw gun that is too fast for driving screws, and a Bosch rotor hammer drill. Being an electrician I guess I like drill motors? This Hitachi D10VG drill motor I use in my woodworking.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David-Anthony on June 2, 2003
Style Name: 3,000 RPM
Went to Lowes for a Milwaukee-product and walked out with a Hitachi, price was not a factor...I wanted torque and could not hold the chuck from turning as I applied the power, this drill comes with a carrying-case but lacks a screw-in-handle(the case is nice, but the handle is a neccesity), really like the controled-starts(driving screws is a breeze),low-noise-level,long-flexible-cord, a bit nose-heavy but a minor-point, solid/quality-construction-through-out
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dad@home'n'school on May 5, 2006
Style Name: 3,000 RPM Verified Purchase
Just looked over the Hitachi drills at Lowe's last night. The only 3/8" Hitachi corded drill they carry (at the Tigard/Portland, OR store) is the D10VH for about $50. The D10VH looks very similar to the above D10VF - BUT the VH's keyless chuck feels very cheap (lightweight, looseness of the workings) compared with the keyed chucks - it also appears as though the VH's keyless chuck is pressed on the spindle instead of screwed on directly or secured with an internal centered screw as has been customary for some time. (I considered just buying the less expensive VH and upgrading the chuck for $20-$30 but it doesn't appear to be a simple remove and replace - I could be mistaken on the press fit for the VH, but that's the way it appears.)

The VH is a 6 amp, 2500rpm/108 in/lb torque -- the VF is a 9 amp, 3000rpm/139 in/lb torque.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Handy Man on May 18, 2006
Style Name: 3,000 RPM
I owned Hitachi D10VH shortly and returned it to Lowes. I purchased this drill from amazon instead. This drill is more powerful, has keyed chuck, which holds drill bits much better than keyless. Build quality is better too.

I have pretty short fingers and not large palm but I can still hold this drill pretty well. My Dewalt screw gun has wider grip and makes it really difficult to hold it.

Rubber on grip of Hitachi drills does not allow drill to slip from palm and it makes drill stick much better to my palm. I cannot say that about my Dewalt screw gun.

Driving screw with this drill requires attention because of high RPM. Torque is not impressive but this is expected from drill offering such a high RPM. However, torque delivered by this drill is still higher than my Dewalt deck screw gun.

This drill is well balanced and a little heavy. Obviously, contractor grade tools require additional weight so that is fine with me.

I wish that this drill had 1/2 keyed chuck. I might remove chuck from my Skill Slugger hammer drill and install it on this Hitachi drill. Clearly inferior Skill drill is not used much.

Next time I would purchase drill with higher torque and lower RPM so I could drill large holes in lumber and could drive screws more easily. Ultimately, I would buy Makita impact driver to drive screws in wood.

EDIT 1: I purchased high torque and low RPM (450 RPM) 1/2" drill from HF tools (Yeah, I know). I use it to drill large diameter holes using Forstner bits. It works fine, is heavy and should last me long time.

EDIT 2: I also purchased Makita impact driver and I enjoy driving screws with this thing (effortless and works so well). If you are a screw guy like me (meaning hardly using nails but screws only), Makita impact driver is a great tool. Not cheap but definitely worth it.
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