|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.1 x 8.9 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||9099KC|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
|Warranty Description||2 year Warranty|
Black & Decker 9099KC 7.2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck
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- Balanced mid-handle design increases the overall comfort of the drill and the user's control when using the drill
- Fan cooled motor contributes to a longer life of the drill
- Keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
- 2 speeds switch with forward/reverse - Low for control when screwdriving; high for drilling
- Includes: 7.2-Volt drill with integral battery and keyless chuck and charger
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The Black & Decker 9099KC 7-1/2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck is ideal for use around the house on general assemblies, installations and repairs. Includes the following features: keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes; Balanced mid-handle design increases the overall comfort of the drill and the user's control when using the drill; Fan cooled motor contributes to a longer life of the drill; 2 speeds switch with forward/reverse - low for control when screwdriving / high for drilling.
Features•Balanced mid-handle design increases the overall comfort of the drill and the user's control when using the drill
•Fan cooled motor contributes to a longer life of the drill
•Keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
•2 speeds switch with forward/reverse - Low for control when screwdriving; high for drilling
•Includes: 7-1/2-Volt drill with integral battery and keyless chuck and charger
Dimensions: 9.1″ x 8.9″ x 3″.
Ideal for do-it-yourselfers and home renovation enthusiasts, the Black & Decker 9099KC 7.2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck gives you the power and versatility you need to tackle a range of around-the-house jobs. Its two speeds, keyless chuck, and integrated battery make operation smooth and consistent, while a fan-cooled motor ensures optimum durability and reliable performance.
The 9099KC delivers 60 in./lbs. of torque for quick, reliable results. View larger.
Measuring just 9.1 x 8.8 x 3.1 inches (WxHxD) and weighing less than three pounds, the 9099KC is exceptionally easy to handle and hold, even during heavy-duty jobs. It boasts a balanced mid-handle to increase the overall comfort of the drill and ensures optimum control during a range of operations. This design also helps minimize wrist and hand fatigue so you can work better and longer.
Fan-Cooled Motor for Longer Life
The 9099KC owes its powerful performance to a robust, fan-cooled motor that resists damage caused by overheating. This motor spins at 325/650 rpm for consistent and efficient performance, and provides 1/2-inch capacity in wood and 3/8-inch capacity in steel.
Two-Speed Switch for Versatility
This compact, cordless drill lets you do everything from assembling furniture and installing window treatments to hanging shelves and securing cabinets. Its two-speed switch lets you effortlessly transition from low when screwing to high when drilling. You also have the option of working in forward or reverse, making it a snap to match the best speed and position to the job.
Time-Saving, Convenient Features for Reliable Operation
The 9099KC provides 60 in./lbs. of torque for reliable results, as well as a keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes. At the same time, the integrated 7.2-volt battery pack helps you save time and money by giving you a rechargeable source of power.
For added peace of mind, the 9099KC comes with a two-year warranty and convenient, portable charger.
What's in the Box
Drill with integrated battery and keyless chuck; charger.
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ORIGINAL REVIEW: After using this about 2-3 projects/month for nearly 3 years, I still can't believe I paid such a reasonable price for this. I am by no means a professional carpenter and I'm sure there are probably jobs this drill cannot do, but as far as occasional jobs around the house go (installing window blinds, putting together furniture, etc.), this drill is perfect. It's very easy to use and seems to be much lighter than other drills I've tried, which is especially nice when I have to hold this up for awhile when I'm installing window blinds and stuff.
It seems to take at least an hour or two to fully charge (not sure if that's normal for drills), but once it is, the charge lasts a LONG time. You can also just use it while it's plugged into the wall.
It didn't come with drill bits, but I bought the Black & Decker Double Ended Screwdriving Bit set on Amazon for just $5 and the Black & Decker Drill Bit set $7, and both sets work great. Just adjust the front of the drill either clockwise or counterclockwise to fit the bit and it holds it firmly.
I found this locally for about $20. It has great features for the price: cordless, 2-speed (325/650rpm), reversing (to drive screws) and a keyless chuck. The quality is quite good, considering the price. It's well balanced, and seems to have a good amount of power. It's stated capacity is a 1/2" in wood, and 3/8" in steel. The battery pack is built inside. It uses 4/5 sub-C ni-cd cells. The shelf life of rechargeables is about
3 months, so you will need to charge it occassionally.
Just updating my review. When I purchased this drill I just did so on the off chance I needed to drill a hole to hang up shelves through drywall or something like that. However, I am now using it a lot to make concrete paver molds that require me to drill holes through 2x2 plus the particle board and it gets really slow by the time it hits the particle board and then after about 10 holes it just won't go anymore and I have to wait for a while for it to recharge. This is very annoying. I am using a 3/8" drill bit. Now I can honestly back up my opinion I wrote before that if you really don't ever use a drill for anything but maybe drilling once in a great while and only light things then you should purchase this drill because it is a good deal for that. But if you plan on doing anything heavier, and I don't consider what I'm doing heavy, you should go for a more powerful drill.
I ended up purchasing the Black & Decker 9099KC 7.2-Volt Cordless Drill with Keyless Chuck. I don't have any big projects to worry about, I just need a cordless drill for simple household projects like hanging curtain rods, etc. This drill does the trick quite nicely.
I moved to a house in October 2011, and I bought the drill before I moved. It came in very handy when taking down my old curtain rods and things at the old place and it has done a very good job of installing new rods at my new place.
When my Stepfather came to visit, he used my drill to hang a couple of medicine chests in my bathrooms, and was actually impressed with it. He didn't expect his daughter to have a drill at all, and was pleasantly surprised to find I have a decent one.
This drill doesn't have a removable battery like my old one did, which worried me a bit. My concern was that when the drill runs out of battery power, I won't be able to continue to work until it has recharged. So far, however, it has not run out of a charge while I was working with it.
The package includes just the drill itself and a power cable to charge it with. There are no drill bits, no screwdriver tips, nothing. Of course, these are easy to buy just about anywhere and aren't expensive, so this shouldn't be a concern as long as you know you'll need to get those separately. I already had plenty of both in my toolbox that I used with the old drill.
My old drill used a key to tighten the chuck and I have to say I really like that this one does not. No more worry about misplacing the key for the chuck. It just tightens and loosens by hand easily.
I'm very pleased with this drill and have been very happy with the Black & Decker brand whenever I need tools.