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Hitachi D10VH 6 amp 3/8-Inch Drill with Keyless Chuck

by Hitachi

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  • Powerful torque for drilling and fastening applications in wood, plastic, steel, and more
  • 3/8-inch keyless chuck
  • 6 amps and 120 volts
  • Ergonomic grip for user comfort
  • Hitachi-exclusive five-year warranty
  • Powerful torque for drilling and fastening applications in wood, plastic, steel and more
  • Produces up to 108-inches per pound of torque and up to 2,500-RPM
  • Comes with a 5-year limited warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 4.6 x 14.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0000EI97B
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  • Item model number: D10VH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,673 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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Product Description

Hitachi D10VH 6-Amp Reversible Drill with 3/8-Inch Keyless Chuck and Case


The Hitachi D10VH 3/8-Inch EVS Reversible Drill delivers powerful torque for drilling and fastening applications. A versatile powerhouse, the D10VH drills into wood, plastic, stainless steel, and more, and tightens and loosens small screws, wood screws, nuts, and bolts. Its lightweight and comfortable design allows for controlled use, and its keyless chuck allows for quick and easy bit changes.

This versatile drill is equipped for quick, tool-less bit changes, efficiently working with a range of materials.
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D10VH 3/8-Inch EVS Reversible Drill
Tool Specifications

Torque108.1 in./lbs.
Weight3.1 lbs.
Accessories IncludedCase
GripForm Fit Palm Grip
Speed AdjustmentVariable Speed Dial Located in Switch
ChuckKeyless for Tool-free Convenience

The speed trigger, speed dial, safety, and stopper are located within close range for easy one-handed operation.
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Powerful Motor for High-Torque Applications
The D10VH's powerful single-phase motor runs off of a standard 120-volt power supply and delivers 108.1 in./lbs. of maximum torque for tough high-speed applications. The variable-speed trigger controls the speed of the drill, which means you'll be in complete control at all times.

Located on the speed trigger is the speed-control dial, which gives you a quick and easy way to make adjustments. Simply turn the dial clockwise for higher speeds or counterclockwise for slower speeds. For continuous drilling, use the stopper feature to maintain the speed of the drill without the need to pull the trigger.

The D10VH has a drilling capacity of one inch through wood and 3/8 inch through steel.

Designed to Reduce Fatigue and Improve Control
Hitachi designed the D10VH to be both ergonomic and comfortable to use. The form-fit palm grip ensures comfort during extended operation, reduces vibration, and makes for easy one-handed use.

All of the controls--speed trigger, speed dial, safety, and stopper--are strategically located for easy one-handed operation. And weighing just 3.1 pounds, the D10VH is easy to maneuver around the jobsite.

Keyless Chuck for Tool-Free Bit Changes
The 3/8-inch keyless chuck allows for quick and easy bit changes without tools. For maximum versatility, the D10VH can switch between a twist bit, flat spade bit, and auger bit within seconds.

Optional Accessories Available
The D10VH can be upgraded with an optional side handle (not included), which can be mounted on either side of the tool for right- or left-handed operation. Additionally, an optional hook (not included) can be mounted on the top or side of the drill for clipping the drill to a belt loop or for hanging on floor joists, ladders, or brackets when not in use.

About Hitachi: A Tradition of Innovation
Hitachi Power Tools (Hitachi Koki USA, Ltd.) provides professional-grade power tools for a variety of applications, including woodwork, metalwork, concrete, drilling, cutting, and fastening. 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.

What's in the Box
D10VH Drill and injection-molded plastic carrying case.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
110 Volts

Customer Reviews

It is a very well balanced drill and quite powerful.
Again, this could also just be an issue of my drill being part of a bad batch, and I can't speak for others.
J. Lindeberg
The chuck will not keep the bit centered because the teeth are crumbling.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ivan Shepperd on June 15, 2006
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I bought this drill so that I would have a nice, solid, powerful electric drill to augment my somewhat low-end but very useful cordless. I'm very happy with this drill. One of my favorite things, and something I hadn't thought about, is the quality of the keyless chuck. One revolution of the chuck just barely moves the three bit grips. So compared to my other drill it takes many more twists to go from fully open to fully closed. But the resulting grip on the bit is much tighter than I get with my other drill that requires fewer twists. I think that's fantastic to have that kind of tightening power on the bits.

The balance and heft of the unit are perfect for me. It's billed as a lightweight unit and it is fairly light (but not too light).

So while I like the Hitachi a lot and can recommend it, there is one that seems to have a couple of unique features for about the same price. If you're in the market for this caliber of drill you should also look at the Dewalt D21008K. Its specs are very similar to the Hitachi but it has two nice features. A belt hook and two built-in levels (horizontal and vertical). It gets good reviews and I think if I had to do it over again I would go with the Dewalt instead, but only because of those two features mentioned.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Thomas V. Dejonge on November 29, 2007
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I've owned my drill for a little over a year. I bought it to use with my Kreg jig, which recommends the use of a high-speed drill for making pocket screw holes. I am very pleased with the drill. It is powerful, well made, well balanced, and has an excellent gripping surface. The keyless chuck is also handy and grips bits extremely well. I never realized how much better a high-speed drill (2500 rpm) works than a typical drill-driver for simply drilling holes. When compared to my DeWalt 14.4 volt cordless drill(also an excellent tool in its own right)when drilling holes, there is simply no match. The higher speed provides less slippage of the bit on the surface to be drilled and bores a cleaner hole much more quickly. Also, although I enjoy the benefits of a cordless drill, the corded nature of this drill ensures constant power without any reduction in drilling capability. The only downside is that it is a drill and not a drill-driver. If you want to turn in screws with the same tool this is not the right one for you. But, if you are looking for a true hole-drilling machine, I highly recommend this drill.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Steven L. Umbach on February 2, 2009
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I purchased one of these reconditioned to replace my Dewalt DW106 that was used as the "family" drill. I have a 3/8" Milwaukee 0233-20 Holeshooter that is my main high speed drill that the other family members are not allowed to use because they tend to misplace or lend things. The Hitachi DV10VH is compact, well built, and powerful as is typical of Hitachi power tools with a 5 year waranty. It probably is the best buy right now for a mid line 3/8" high speed drill. The higher end commercial quality drills are about twice as much or more and the Hitachi is much better that the typical B&D or Skil "consumer" drills.

However there are a couple things about it that I want to mention. First it is noisy in a couple ways. When you let up on the trigger switch it makes a rackety noise before it comes to a stop [I don't know if they are all like that]. I think it may have something to to with the chuck and I can live with that. When on full speed it is high pitched like a dentist's drill. I don't think I could use it as a drill I would be using a lot like at least a couple hours a week. My main gripe with the Hitachi D10VH is the trigger switch/speed control. The one I have is not linear at all. It does not take much pressure to put it into full speed which would make it next to useless to drive screws or finely controlled drilling. The trigger switch on my Milwaukee Holeshooter is a dream to use with great control over speed of the drill but again such a drill is at least twice as much.

If you can live with what I describe as the shortcomings of the DV10H [at least mine] you should be very happy with it. The Hitachi D10VH does not seem to have much competition within it's price range right now. The lower priced Bosch, Makita, and Dewalt drills get medicore reviews on Amazon.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By B.Forstner on August 1, 2007
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Returned 2 of these for the identical issue. Speed adjusts from either barely turning to full speed with nothing in between. Locking the trigger back gets you full speed ONLY. Try it on yours. The trigger is strange. A neat trick for any drill is to buy a 3/8" drill and get a 1/2" chuck made for adapting straight onto the drill. You can now run anything with it. But this Hitachi does not seem to have a replaceable chuck.

UPDATE: January 2008

A few months after the last review and after speaking with the several Hitachi techs, the chuck change is solved but the mystery trigger has no solution. I stayed with it because I really wanted this drill to happen.

This chuck IS replaceable, just like all others in the world. The torque used to apply the factory 3/8" chuck is beyond anything you've ever imagined. I've never seen anything like it. It took a mini-sledge and the destruction of an allen wrench to back this chuck off. Without Hitachi's reassurances I would have never applied that kind of torque to a chuck this size. When you trash a big fat 3/8" allen wrench to back off a chuck then that's a little much. NOW I could attach a Jacobs 1/2" chuck.

I finally got what I was after. With the RARE feature of a 3/8" drill being threaded for a side handle, I had an ultra compact 1/2" drill WITH a side handle. Believe me, I've looked. This Hitachi was the solution. I didn't need heavy duty, just the other features. The mystery trigger will have to be overlooked.
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