|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Weight||11.6 Pounds|
|Maximum Power||300 Watts|
|Item Torque||1500 Inch Pounds|
|Item Weight||11.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.13 x 6.75 x 10.25 inches|
|Item model number||DEWDCK296M2|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||14.00 Inch x 10.25 Inch x 6.50 Inch|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited manufacturers warranty|
DEWALT 20V MAX XR Cordless Hammer Drill Combo Kit, Premium, 2-Tool (DCK296M2)
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- DEWALT-built brushless motor in the cordless drill combo kit delivers up to 57% more run-time over brushed
- XR Li-Ion batteries with fuel gauge in the cordless tools combo kit provide 33% more capacity over standard packs
- DCD995 20V MAX* 1/2-inch hammerdrill 3-speed, high performance (0-2,000 rpm), all-metal transmission of the drill/ impact driver combo kit optimizes tool-to-task for fast application speeds and improved run-time
- DCD995 20V MAX* 1/2-inch hammerdrill 0-34,000 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials
- DCD995 20V MAX* 1/2-inch hammerdrill has a compact size (8.4 inch front-to-back length) and lightweight (4.7 lb) design to fit tight areas
- DCF886 20V MAX* 1/4-inch impact driver provides 1,500 in-lbs of max torque at fast 0-2,800 RPM speed and 0-3,200 impacts per minute
- Both tools feature LED lights with 20-second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces
- DCD995 20V MAX1/2" hammerdrill
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- DCF886 1/4" Impact Driver
- DCD995 1/2" Hammerdrill
- (2) 20V MAX* XR High Capacity Li-Ion Batteries (4.0Ah)
- 360° side handle
- Contractor Bag
- (1) Bit Holder
- (2) Belt Hooks
20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Brushless Premium Hammerdrill & Impact Driver Combo Kit
The DCK296M2 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Brushless Premium Hammerdrill and Impact Driver Combo Kit has a powerful motor to deliver maximum runtime. Features a lightweight, compact design to fit in tight spaces. 3-mode LED light gives users visibility in dark spaces.
- DeWALT-built brushless motor delivers up to 57% more run-time over brushed.
XR Li-Ion batteries with fuel gauge provide 33% more capacity over standard packs.
- DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill 3-speed, high performance (0-2,000 rpm), all-metal transmission optimizes tool-to-task for fast application speeds and improved run-time.
- DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill 0-34,000 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials.
- DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill has a compact size (8.4" front-to-back length) and lightweight (4.7 lb) design to fit tight areas.
- DCF886 20V MAX* 1/4" impact driver provides 1,500 in-lbs of max torque at fast 0-2,800 RPM speed and 0-3,200 impacts per minute.
- DCF886 20V MAX* 1/4" impact driver has a compact size (5.6" front-to-back length) and lightweight (3.4 lbs) design to fit into tight areas.
- Both tools feature LED lights with 20-second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces.
The DCK296M2 20V MAX* XR Lithium Ion Brushless Premium Hammerdrill and Impact Driver Combo Kit has a powerful motor to deliver maximum runtime. DEWALT power tool set features a lightweight, compact design to fit in tight spaces. 3-mode LED light that comes with DEWALT cordless tools gives users visibility in dark spaces.
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2016
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I hang exterior doors for a living. We pre-drill screw holes and use the impact for the screws and then pre-drill, hammer drill then tap con the thresholds. On a 6'8"x3'0" entry door it's 18 holes and screws and 2 tap cons, on a 6'8" x 2'8" garage door it's the same (minus the 2 tap cons), on a 8'0" x 6'0" double entry door it's 22 holes and screws and 6 tap cons. Most of us in this trade (my self included) have a drill/driver set up with the bit to pre-drill and the hammer drill with it's bit. It's an added expense and not really needed,just saying.
I went from the DeWalt 18 volt equivalent set up for several years to the 20 volt brushed drill/driver and impact for 3 weeks to this. WOW is about the best description I can give. I won't repeat all the positives in the other reviews but, WHAT A CHANGE!! These tools just feel RIGHT in your hands!!!
Impacts are tricky. If you KNOW what the most popular size/length you'll be using get a handful and a piece of 2x material and practice. If you have to torque the phillips screws A LOT (like I do) invest in a 20 pack of bits and plan and doing so every several week. These impacts feast on them. Can't comment on square bits but, (do to past experience) I would say a lot less. I have NEVER used a drill/driver to "torque" screws (as others apparently do) LET ALONE a hammer drill so knock yourself out with that if you chose to do so.
On to the batteries...fuel gauge..GENIUS!!!! They come with a 2 (out of 3 bar) charge. NICE but, I wanted to do a real world test. Our job sites either have no power or a temp power pole with EVERY TRADE KNOWN TO MAN plugged in to the limited pugs. So longevity is a MUST! I fully charged them the night before the first day with them. I tried to keep an accurate count but, lost track somewhat. I used ONE battery and I did about 200 holes (with the brushed drill/driver then about 100 screws with this brush less impact then 20 (6" deep) holes with this brush less hammer drill. Some where around the hammer drilling my gauge went to 2 bars and sometime the next day after around another 60 holes and screws and then 6 tap cons I went to one bar.Haven't let it go dead yet but, I think by the above you can judge just how much you can do with ONE 4 ah battery let alone TWO fully charged.
The sooner you INVEST in this, the quicker you will realize you've been "without" for WAY to long. (Like I did)
Hope this review helps the pros as well as the weekend warriors doing battle out there. :-)
Great combo, I actually only wanted the Hammer Drill but getting the combo was only about 30 bucks more oppose to getting everything separate. The HD is great on torque and speed, as a matter of fact too good! I was taking out some 3" wood screws and it shot out so fast it kind of snapped my hand back. Then another time I had the torque set on low but was using a cheap +2 Phillips and it actually snapped the bit tip clean off inside the head of the screw. I have yet to run anything hard with the impact as I don't have a whole lot of 1/4" sockets but if I do and something isn't quite right ill repost an update.
The batteries that came with the drills were both charged at the 2 led mark out of 3 total on the fuel gauge. The Hilti drill I use at work, the batteries have 4 leds which I personally would prefer oppose to 3 as it just gives you a better look at battery consumption and life left. The charger works fast and the led on it blinks BRIGHT so if its out side in sunlight, pretty sure you'll still see it.
The bag the drills came in is well made, seems like dense nylon fabric and the zipper feels solid. My only reason for the 4 stars is the bag itself. It would have been nice if they designed it with a few more pockets for small parts or bits. It has 2 outside pockets about 4 inches wide and 3 inches deep but they are both just open pockets with no dividers or smaller pockets inside. It also would have been nice if they even put a small divider in the main compartment just to keep things from banging against each other so much.
All in all both great drills and I would absolutely recommend this tool package as a good start to any homeowner / DIYer and they will probably out live you if properly taken care of.
1. Chuck wobble - hammer drills often have some wobble, but this one has good amount at low speed. However, wobble dissipates as the speed increases, and by the time you get to the max RPM, you won't even notice it. It is visible in 1-speed, but disappears almost completely in 2nd, and it is not there at all in 3rd, at max RPM. If you do most of the work in 2nd & 3rd speed, it won't bother you at all.
2. Electric clutch / torque settings - I'm either not used to it, or I don't get it. Torque setting behavior seems to change between 1-3 speeds (sensitivity decreases with lower speeds). I tested lowest torque (setting 1). It worked as expected in 2nd and 3rd speed, however, it had too much torque in 1st speed (1-1 setting) - e.g. 2x4 wasn't enough to stop the screw. Again, if you are in 2nd & 3rd speed all the time, you won't see the problem. Perhaps the 1st speed supposed to give max torque and this assumption is reflected in clutch / torque behavior. Either way, it is still too much for the lowest setting. In my opinion: 1-1 feels almost the same as 2-4 (speed - torque setting).
Why 4 stars? I was hoping that DCD995 will be my 'do it all' tool for heavy-duty and precise work. I think it could be, if Dewalt improved issues above. However, to be fair, this is heavy-duty drill, and as such this thing is second to none. I will keep using my DCD790 for precise tasks and keep DCD995 for heavy-duty jobs, that require more muscles and less precision. If you want heavy-duty hammer drill, this is your tool. If you need 'can do it all' drill, keep looking.