|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.2 x 9.9 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||DCK281D2|
|Size||15.20in. x 9.90in. x 7.40in.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
|Included Components||DCD790 20v Max; 1/2" Drill/driver, a DCF886 20v Max Impact Driver, a DCB112 12v/20v battery charger, and 2 2.0Ah batteries|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Description Pile||2.0 Ah|
|Warranty Description||1 YEAR|
DEWALT DCK281D2 20V Max XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Combo Kit
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- 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
- DCD790 20V MAX* 1/2" drill/driver compact lightweight design fits into tight areas
- DCF886 20V MAX 1/4" impact driver compact design fits into tight areas
- Both tools feature LED lights with 20 second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces
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DCD790B 20V XR Lithium Ion Brushless Compact Drill/Driver
LED light with 20 second trigger release delay
Compact and lightweight for tight areas
DCF886 20V XR Lithium Ion Brushless 1/4-Inch Impact Driver
Compact (5.55" front to back), lightweight (2.9 lbs) design fits into tight areas
3 LED lights with 20-second delay after trigger release, provide visibility without shadows
DCB112 Lithium Ion Battery Charger
Lithium Ion Battery Charger
Compatible with 20-Volt Slide battery packs
LED charging indicator
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion|
|Included Components||DCD790 20v Max; 1/2" Drill/driver, a DCF886 20v Max Impact Driver, a DCB112 12v/20v battery charger, and 2 2.0Ah batteries||(1) DCF885 20v MAX Lithium Impact Driver, and (1) DCD771 20v Max Lithium Drill/Driver, (2) 20-Volt Maximum lithium-ion 1.3Ah battery packs, (1) 20-Volt Maximum charger and contractor bag.||bare-tool, battery||battery||impact-driver||case|
|Item Dimensions||9.9 x 15.2 x 7.4 in||6.38 x 15.06 x 9.88 in||9.25 x 15.06 x 5.38 in||9.9 x 15 x 8.1 in||—||6.75 x 14.13 x 10.25 in|
|Item Weight||8 lbs||—||9.25 lbs||—||10.15 lbs||11.6 lbs|
|Number of Pieces||2||6||—||7||3||2|
|Voltage||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts|
This Dewalt(R) 20-Volt Drill/Impact Combo Kit has a brushless motor that delivers up To 57% more run time than brushed. It has XR Li-ion batteries with fuel gauge, which provides 33% more capacity over standard packs. Both of these tools feature LED lights with a 20-second trigger release delay, providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces. This kit also includes a DCD790 20v Max; 1/2" Drill/driver, a DCF886 20v Max Impact Driver, a DCB112 12v/20v battery charger, and 2 2.0Ah batteries to ensure you have the complete package to meet your needs.
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I'm doing a load of DIY house remodeling currently and desperately needed to upgrade my cordless drill, which was cheap Chinese junk and had a very short battery life. If you read the reviews here on amazon you quickly get the impression that *all* power tools--even the big name brands--have their issues.
With DeWalt drills, the issue you see mentioned a bunch is "chuck wobble", more properly called runout. I can see their point, but the runout on my drill is nowhere near as bad as some of the reviews described. If I were to use a really long drill bit it would become quite noticeable but for typical drill bits it's a non-issue for carpentry type work.
There are also complaints of the chuck loosening and I did experience that *but* I quickly found that if you crank down hard when tightening the chuck, it does not come loose during use.
The day after I bought the combo I put it to some hard use doing some electrical work that involved using some 3/4" spade bits to put holes in 2x4s and 2x6s, including double thicknesses in some cases. I quickly found out two things. First, this drill has some serious torque for a compact drill. You had better be on your 'A' game when using a spade bit with this drill because when it "catches", that torque is transferred to your wrists. You need to hold it solidly with two hands and don't even think about using dull spade bits. I used one cheap dull space bit and it caught. There was so much torque that it bent the spade end of the bit a lot. Second, the 3 LED lights on the drill, along with it's compact size and weight and super nice when working in dark spaces. This is more than just a "nice to have" feature--this directly affects your ability to get the task done quickly and well when working in environments with less than ideal lighting.
The drill is also damn tough. I was doing some reflooring in the attic and the drill got knocked over, causing it to fall about 7 ft. onto an aluminum bench, which it dented, and then bounce off onto the floor. There was no apparent damage and it still works like a champ.
The driver is equally nice but it took some time for me to get accustomed to the very light trigger that it has. I like that trigger quite a bit now. The driver is compact and does the job well.
The combo comes with two 2 AH batteries and while I have no clue whether the claim of "57% more runtime" is true, I did run one battery all the way down within a few hours of putting the drill to a lot of use. For typical DIY stuff around the house, those batteries are more than adequate. Since I am doing some remodeling projects and will be using the drill and driver all day (put in a 16 hr day yesterday) I picked up a 2 pack of 3 AH batteries just to make sure that I have enough power for hard use throughout a long day.
One more thing. I decided on this combo after talking with a guy I know who works at Home Depot. He is a former contractor and knows his tools very well. Since he works in the hardware department he sees which tools get returned often and with his contracting experience knows what to look for to get bang for the buck. His recommendation was a Rigid combo and their was value to be had with that but for me the deciding factor was ergonomics. Since I will be using these tools for hours at a time, they need to be comfortable to use. The tools in this combo are a pleasure in the hand compared to many others.
Bottom line: These tools are great for light-to-medium duty use and will easily handle just about any DIYer house repair or remodeling project. I have no clue how they would stand up to professional use but I suspect they would do well. Very glad I chose this combo.
DEWALT has since Come Out with Many Different Tools that Are Using the 20V MAX XR Lithium Ion Battery System.
Strong drill, strong driver, great tools, and great starter if you want to add on tools later like a saw or flashlight.
update: also bought a hammerdrill as bare tool. will buy an aftermarket 3 or 4V battery for extra runtime. or maybe an extra tool with the battery included. range of 20V cordless tools is a bit limited. these tools are more suited for professionals or more demanding work. for a home diy-er i would recommend ryobi. they have cheaper kits and bigger range of tools for their battery platform
update 2: after a few months of use i noticed a irritating wobble on the drill chuck. maybe not a big deal but frustrating if you're drilling and the bit wobbles like crazy. did some digging and a lot of people are having this problem, with new drills! didn't drop mine so its not broken. i have ordered a second kit so i will be checking that. big disappointment for such an expensive drill. you would expect that dewalt has better quality control