|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 8.4 x 10.6 inches|
|Item model number||BDCDDBT120C|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||(1) BDCDDBT120 SMARTECH Drill/Driver, (1) LBXR20BT SMARTECH Battery, (1) Charger, (1) Double Ended Bit|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||2 year limited warranty|
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BLACK+DECKER BDCDDBT120C SMARTECH 20V MAX Lithium Single Speed Drill/Driver
|Price:||$55.97 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- SMARTECH; iOS and Android compatible app enables Bluetooth controls
- Remote battery locking/unlocking, battery locate, state of charge and programming
- Built-in portable charger to conveniently charge your phone and mobile devices
- 11-position clutch to prevent stripping of screws
- LED work light to illuminate work surface
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Bring your project ideas to life with this compact and powerful drill/driver. It’s lightweight design and built-in LED light won’t stop you from working in tight or dark spaces. The BLACK+DECKER app (iOS and Android compatible) links with your SMARTECH batteries so you can locate, lock, and monitor your tools for convenience. You can also use the built-in portable charger on your SMARTECH battery to conveniently charge your mobile devices.
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Smartech can tell you how much battery is left, where your drill is (what???) and can lock your drill. Pretty much tech for the sake of making an app.
If you remove the battery from the drill, there is a USB port so you can charge your phone, but it is only 1.0a.
The drill itself functions nicely with the quick close chuck and torque control ring, and the forward/reverse button. The speed can be varied by increasing or decreasing your pressure on the trigger. The work light goes on when the trigger is pressed, but doesn't focus on the work area well. It could be better positioned on the drill for more effective use. It is fairly lightweight and has more than enough power for most household drilling and screwing. It comes with a handy reversible Phillips/flat bit stored on the drill.
For me, I would opt for a Smartech-less model and save some cash.
1. First, the description of this item is not correct. The item is listed as a single speed and it is really a variable speed unit. I am guessing that what they really meant to say is that this unit only has one range of speeds where some drills have a hi and a low range of speeds
2. This unit is fairly light weight which makes it easy to handle. Of course the price you pay for that is that this tool is NOT for heavy or continuous work. This is a home owner grade tool which means that it is intended for light and occasional work. Within that realm, this is a very nice tool.
3. The light on this tool does not quite hit the mark. It lights up an area that is below the work area that you would be using this drill. This means that if you are using it in a dark location (say, under a counter) you will find it difficult to line up the drill with a screw head because it is on the top of lighted area. The light should have been angled up a few more degrees. Will it work? Yes. Is it as effective as it could be? No. Would it take much to have fixed it? No.
4. The clutch system works well and there is a lock position for when you are drilling.
5. The reverse switch can easily stick in an inbetween position. When this happens, the drill does not work. To fix, fully press it one way or the other. I am presuming that with use this will resolve itself.
6. The keyless Chuck feels very cheap and it can take more turns that you might expect for it to move to fit the bit. It does work though, just takes longer than you would think if you are use to using another manufacturers keyless Chuck.
7. The Charger for this is pretty lame, but it works. It is minimalistic and takes quite a bit of time to put a full charge on a depleted battery.
8. The USB port on the battery is sort of a joke as well since it is limited to a 1AMP output which is a VERY low level of charge.
9. Speaking of lame, the App for this is also pretty useless. First, it only pairs up with the battery, not the drill. With it you can locate your battery via a flashing blue light that is activated by the app ONLY if the battery is NOT in the drill!! If it is in the drill, you cannot see the light. The app also powers off the battery, but only the USB port. Not sure what that is supposed to accomplish. Finally, the app wants to give Black and Decker access to your location whether you are using the app or not. WHY????
All in all, this is a very usable light duty tool that does the job. It just is not a stellar stand out and the app seems more like something designed to impress your friends rather than being a useful item.
I will include a picture of the tools side by side, they all work about the same except for the new battery being able to talk to your phone and charge USB devices. Smart tech on the right in photo. I like it.