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Rockwell RK2515K2 LithiumTech 3RILL 12-Volt 3-in-1 Impact Driver

4.6 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews
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  • Switch from a impact driver to a variable speed drill and then to a driver with ease
  • High torque impact driver
  • Dual-speed VSR drill
  • Screwdriver with 22 clutch settings
  • LED light illuminates work and flashes when the battery charge is low
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Product Description

Product Description

Positec 3RILL RK2515K2 3-In-1 Impact Driver Cordless Drill RK2515K2 Drills


Rockwell’s RK2515K2 3RILL is a powerfully compact three-in-one 12-volt cordless power tool that combines a high-torque impact driver, a dual-speed VSR drill, and a screwdriver with 22 clutch settings, making it the ideal tool for homeowners with do-it-yourself projects as well as for professionals on the job.

At a Glance
RK2515K2 3RILL
Three-In-One Driver,
Drill, and Screwdriver
At a Glance:

  • Three-in-one tool: high-torque impact driver, dual-speed VSR drill, and screwdriver with 22 clutch settings

  • Utilizes a 1/4-inch quick-change chuck

  • Compact and ergonomic design for convenient and comfortable use

  • Works in difficult, tight spaces and awkward angles where other tools can't

  • Backed by a two-year limited warranty and lifetime free battery replacement
At a Glance
Rockwell 3rill
Rockwell's 3RILL is a compact three-in-one cordless power tool that combines an impact driver, drill, and screwdriver (view larger).
Three-In-One Versatility
The 3RILL—a lightweight (only 2.5 pounds), ergonomic, and cordless handheld unit—was specifically developed to bridge the gap between do-it-yourself homeowners’ projects and construction professionals’ tasks on the job. Its versatility as a three-in-one compact and cordless power tool is ideal for a wide range of simple or complex fixes around the house or for professional-grade projects. Users can easily switch between tasks, making any drilling, driving, and impacting projects easier and faster to complete.

Quick-Switch Capabilities
The 3RILL is a unique and proprietary combination tool that features the ability to instantly convert from screwdriver to drill to highly efficient impact gun with the simple flip of a switch. Its super-efficient quick-switch capabilities offer the latest technology available for combined drilling and driving performance. Users won’t need to swap or change out tools to get increased speed or power—meaning no more half-finished drilled holes or partly driven screws and bolts.

Long-lasting LithiumTech Power
The 3RILL is powered by a smaller and highly efficient 12-volt LithiumTech “smart chip” battery that charges quickly (up to 75 percent in 15 minutes and a full charge in only 30 minutes). It lasts much longer than most standard ni-cad battery-operated tools while providing an 18-volt-like 800 inch-pounds of turbo torque to ensure that even the toughest of tasks can be done without sacrificing effort or power. Plus, since the LithiumTech battery doesn’t lose its charge for up to two years, the 3RILL is always ready when you are.

Tackle Any Task
The 3RILL’s strength lies in its ability to tackle such a wide range of tasks, from small delicate jobs to big construction projects. Delivering up to 800 pounds of torque in an easily controlled manner, the 3RILL is up to the demands of any job at hand.

Lifetime Free Battery Replacement
Rockwell is proud to offer a lifetime free battery replacement for the 3RILL. Simply register your tool, and if your battery wears out or fails, Rockwell will replace it for the life of the tool. Other terms and conditions apply.

What's in the Box
One Rockwell 3RILL, two 12-volt LithiumTech batteries, one charger, one carry case, one power-screw driving bit, and participation in the lifetime replacement battery program.

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The 3RILL is specially designed to tackle a wide range of tasks, from small delicate jobs to large building projects (click each to enlarge).

Product Information

Technical Details

Part Number RK2515K2
Item Weight 3.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 14.2 x 9.2 x 4 inches
Origin China
Item model number RK2515K2
Color Green
Power Source No
Voltage 12 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Certification Energy Star
Special Features variable-speed
Included Components case
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion
Warranty Description Limited 2-year

Additional Information

Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #62,052 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#206 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Drills > Drill Drivers
Shipping Weight 6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available April 11, 2011

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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I keep my tools forever. I appreciate a quality tool and treat it with the care it deserves. I've been using a Craftsman drill (from when that name meant something) for thirty years, but I've gotten a little tired of dragging the power cord everywhere I go. Along comes the 3rill (pronounced 'thrill'. Yes they need a new marketing person) from Rockwell--a company known for quality products.

On the positive side, the drill comes with two batteries that charge quickly. If you're working all day, you can use one while the other recharges. Battery life seems pretty good. The 3rill comes with a nice canvas carrying case with velcro straps to hold everything in place (although their black color makes them impossible to see in a sunlit day). Balance in the hand is also good. The drill has multiple speed ranges and an adjustable torque transmission. The no-key chuck (actually a collet) is quick and easy to use.

But this is not a precision drill. There's a considerable amount of play in the chuck. The bit can easily deflect as much as an eighth-inch. This deflection is evident when starting a hole: a little torque-kick from the motor startup and you're not exactly where you thought you were. Even looking at the bit on-axis, with no load on the drill, you can see the bit spinning around the center axis. This is not accurate enough for work intended to be seen, such as cabinetry. I tried the same thing with my ancient Craftsman. It's dead-on, with zero play.

All bits and drivers have a 1/4" hex butt with allows them to fit into the collet. Three bits and a couple of screwdriver heads are provided--that's all. If you already have a collection of bits, you're out of luck unless you spend another thirty bucks on a chuck adapter.
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This is as high a quality tool as there is on the market. The fact that you have an 800 ft. lb impact, a two range VSR drill and a variable torque screwdriver all in one tool just 3RILLS me. I like the fact that it gives you plenty of power without having a big old clunky battery hanging underneath. I would put it up against Milwaukee or Makita any day, although Makita is not what it used to be. I looked at a lot of different brands before I decided on Rockwell, and bought it sight unseen. I do not regret it.
It took 35 minutes to charge up the first battery, then I was driving 3" sheetrock screws completely into a 2x4, then switched over to impact mode and started driving 1/4" x 3" lag bolts into the same wood without a pilot hole. Granted, it took a few seconds for the lag bolts, because the impact mode is in a low RPM mode, which is understandable. Then pull out on the quick change collet, drop in a drill bit and you're drilling holes in no time. No waisting time with chuck keys, or having the bit slipping because the chuck won't stay tight.
I haven't used it enough to drain one of the batteries yet, so can't speak to their life, but if they charge that quickly, it shouldn't be a big deal. Plus, if you register yopur warranty, you get free batteries for life. (I'm sure that promo will end sometime.) Buy one, you won't regret it.
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I've had my 3rill for a little over 6 months now and have managed to use it on enough different projects to pretty well test it thoroughly. For those who say this drill/driver is underpowered, when it comes to driving screws, they should shift it to impact mode. This thing drives screws my 18 volt gives up on! The batteries hold a charge well and recharge quickly (when fully seated into their charger). My 3rill came with the keyless chuck, the right angle accessory and an assortment of bits, so I don't have the issues of those who only received the basic set. Admittedly, this drill has some wobble even when using the keyless chuck accessory, but all-in-all, it's a darn nice drill/driver.

Now for two things I strongly recommend you NOT do with this drill/driver:

You might get away with this for awhile, but here's what "might" happen. The bits can become lodged in the chuck (collet) and there isn't enough bit left sticking out to get hold of for removal. I was 150 miles from home building a fence and was impact driving 3.5" decking screws through 2x4s into 4x4 posts. The 3rill was doing an excellent job thoroughly seating the screws, even through and into knots! When I needed to swap out the bit for another, it wouldn't budge! I only had needle nose pliers to try to get a purchase on the 1/8" of bit sticking out. No dice. Admittedly, I was using the bit that came in the box of decking screws, but that shouldn't have made any difference. The bit absolutely wouldn't dislodge. More on this later.

Now I know nobody else on the planet would try this, but I was 150 miles from home and really needed to get that bit out. I was hoping I could punch it out from behind.
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The Rockwell is light, easy to use, convenient, and has plenty of power. The chuck is the trade off, and for some it's well worth the trade.

The quick-change 1/4" hex chuck is very easy and convenient for 90% of the small DIY projects. However, what is sacrificed is the flexibility to use different bits. For example, I couldn't use the Rockwell with a hole saw or with a forstner drill bit to drill a hole. For smaller holes, a spade bit would work fine. You may also need a socket adapter for a future project. For the additional flexibility, a three-jaw adjustable chuck is needed. Though not as nice as having one come on the drill, you can separately buy a Milwaukee 49-22-1560 1/4-Inch Chuck Attachment (sold on Amazon as of this review). This gives you the ease and convenience today, and the ability to still use the Rockwell on future projects.

The Rockwell comes with two batteries, a charger, a bag, and of course the drill. It's a great tool that meets most needs, and nearly all if you separately buy an attachment.
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