|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.3 x 9.2 x 3.8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
Bare-Tool Denali 565026 18-Volt Cordless 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Denali 18-Volt Cordless 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver with a high performance 2-speed motor (0 to 450/0 to 1300/min)
- Delivers 203 ft./lbs. of torque; 24 torque settings; 360 degree rotating battery pack
- 3/8-inch Jacobs keyless chuck; power indicator lights up when switch is on; over-molded soft grip for comfort
- Includes two screwdriver bits with on-board storage
- Powered by Denali 18-Volt Cordless Battery Pack (not included); 1-year warranty
Customers Also Shopped For
The Denali Story
Named after the tallest mountain range in North America, Denali tools stand above the rest in providing an exceptional blend of quality craftsmanship, professional-grade features, and customer value. All homeowners, hobbyists, do-it-yourselfers, and price-conscious contractors will appreciate Denalis design and functionality. Denali products compliment one another and will be an indispensable and long-lasting addition to any home or workshop. Our products undergo rigorous third-party testing to ensure high performance standards. Denali tools are available exclusively on Amazon.com.
Top Customer Reviews
If your buying it to use once in a while and KNOW you'll only use it once in a while then it's fine. If your the type that will use it because you have more (you know the type "I only need it for web page and email nothing more... then use it for movie editing, watching videos and playing games) just pass on it now. Your a cheapskate for even considering it. Buy something good and it will outlast your purchase high (that is why we buy STUFF right?).
For those crying about batteries, there are 13 available right now and of course harbour freight sells Drill Master brand. Also the company site offers 18v batteries as does batteries plus. Re-Search.
I'm simply amazed at how much value I got from this drill for such a small price tag. I've used this thing to drive hole saws for doorknobs, drive screws, countersink into hardwood, build a raised garden-bed, bust the rust on a bolt on my lawnmower, put up a mailbox post, etc. etc. and it hasn't failed me once.
The battery on this thing lasts FOREVER. I moved into a new house and had a ton of work to do around the place, and it took me a good week to finally notice it slowing a bit -- so I switched out to the other battery (as I had gotten the two-pack in the 3-tool deal) and was good to go for another several days.
I haven't really found a need for the level, as using a small beam level is more convenient (who can balance a drill on a surface you're hanging?), but the light is actually very useful -- and both of those features are an incredible bonus in this price-range for a power drill. A hammer drill, no less. It also stands up well on its own, which is surprising as most drills that have a tilted chuck tend to tip over. Being able to turn the battery out of the way is another neat feature -- one that has come in handy a few times. My battery stays still once I turn it (as it has kind of a tension thing at preset stops), so it doesn't turn on its own unless I bump it against something.
I couldn't be happier with this purchase. I honestly can't think of anything this can't do that a Dewalt or other big-name-brand could.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
unit does what it says it will do plus it has a light on the base that shines up to illuminate what your drilling. Unit also has a bubble level on the back. Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by Todd P. Horton
This drill is $10. It drills holes. In no way does it perform like an 18v cordless drill (nor perform like it looks). Read morePublished on September 1, 2008 by True-Blue-Bijou