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Rockwell ProGrade RK2722K2 14.4-Volt Cordless Drill


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  • 14.4-volt cordless drill with 3/8-inch no-slip keyless chuck with twist locking system
  • 24 clutch positions with 310 in./lbs. of torque; magnetic bit/screw tray
  • Dual gear variable speed range
  • Soft grip comfort handle
  • 2-year warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number RK2722K2
Item Weight10.6 pounds
Product Dimensions15.9 x 13.2 x 4.9 inches
Item model numberRK2722K2
Power Sourcecordless-electric;battery-powered
Voltage14.4
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description2 Years
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LY2GXO
Best Sellers Rank #449,110 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 1, 2006
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Today, a cordless drill is to a contractor like a six-shooter was to a Wild West cowboy. So when we sat down to design the new line of Rockwell cordless drills, we decided to take the old-fashioned approach. We started with the best motor and highest quality internal components we could find. Then we added our own engineers’ addiction to details to make sure that it all came together to create a durable, great performing tool. Of course, what are cordless tools without the battery and charger? So we also developed a unique charging system made up of the PowerTank battery pack and the PowerStation charger. These two components work together to give you the longer run times you need and faster charges you expect. This Rockwell 14.4-volt cordless drill/driver is lightweight but carries a hefty 2-speed motor capable of 310 in/lbs of driving torque. The Rockwell cordless drill/driver is user-friendly and includes features like 24-position torque collar, magnetic fastener tray, bubble level and two-finger trigger.

Product Description

3/8", 14.4V, Cordless, Drill/Driver Kit , With 2 Batteries, 0-350/0-1250 RPM, 1/2" Keyless Chuck, 34 Position Clutch, 310 IN LBS Torque, 1 Hour Charger, 2 Each 1.7AH Batteries & Carry Case.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
14.4

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Customer Reviews

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14.4 volts is good for most jobs around the house and outside.
Manoj T
What I did not expect was for this thing to have excellent torque, fantastic build quality and come as well appointed as it did.
Cromulus
The company offers free batteries for life but I have had no need for them so far.
Glenn A. Troutman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 6, 2009
This drill has enough power and light weight to be very usefull. Only draw back is the chuck would be better with 1/2 in. bit size. Price, carrying case and design makes it outstanding
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Elpers on August 7, 2010
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I actually liked the drill when I bought it. Great feel and very adequate power. It has some nice little features like a built in level and magnetic screw holder. Then it just quit 4 months after my purchase, and the fun began. After a very long hold, the service department sent me to a factory number, another long hold, the factory sent me back to the service center, another long hold, then I was told to fax or email my receipt to someone at positecusa. When I asked for a reference number or a service ticket number, I was told that it wasn't necessary. I emailed a copy of the receipt, but got no acknowledgement. So, I might be receiving a replacement, but I suspect I'm in store for more time on the phone, "can you hold please?".

Update -- the customer service rep shipped my replacement drill as promised. I guess I just didn't have faith. This bumps my rating from 1 to 4 stars. They still lose one for the time I spent on hold.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jack B. Smestad on June 21, 2010
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I don't know what drill everybody else is reviewing, but mine couldn't drive more than about 10 2 1/2 inch screws into plywood and 2 by 4 framing before it ran out of power.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Theodore Kobernick on May 8, 2010
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This replaced our Bosch 13.2 V drill which we enjoyed for 20 years. The Bosch batteries are no longer available, and one of ours died.
This 14.4 V drill has plenty of power for most of our work. For the heavy stuff we use our 18V DeWalt. It would have been a mistake if Rockwell had used a larger chuck.
Here's what we like best. 1) free battery replacement for the life of the tool. 2) It's a complete package in a nice case. 3) It's beautiful 4) The reasonable price 5) Both my wife and I enjoy using it. In fact she hi-jacked it, and left me with the Bosch and one barely servicable battery.
We have not had it long, but we expect it to last. Our other Rockwell tool is the Sonicrafter, which has worked well and often for over a year.
Update August 19, 2001. This still a fine tool, but the price has risen so high that I no longer recommend it. At $140, go and get a lithium Ion drill. Down from 5 stars to 3 or 4
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By Manoj T on December 3, 2011
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Mine came with an extra battery and they still hold a good charge after a year and a half. The batteries come with a lifetime replacement, which is great since the problem with most drills is the battery life. 14.4 volts is good for most jobs around the house and outside. I purchased mine on Amazon with a deal - it was $50. Happy with it and definitely better than my previous Durabuilt drill.
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