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DeWalt 20V MAX Li-Ion Hammerdrill & Impact Combo Kit DCK290L2

October 22, 2012

Fast and Furious

A hammer drill looks like your every day regular drill, but its not. With it’s deafeningly loud jack-hammer like motion, the hammer drill is a furiously fast and extremely efficient tool. With a hammer drill you can explode through concrete, making it the ideal choice for any professional mason that finds himself working with concrete on a regular basis.

So Long To Stripped Screw Heads

Compared to a hammer drill, impact drivers are much more general in their applications for professionals or Do-it-yourselfers. Impact driver’s carry a significant amount of torque over that of a regular drill/driver, providing you with significantly more power and greater control. Thus, with an impact driver you will see fewer stripped screw heads, which will save you time and increase overall productivity.

DeWalt 20V MAX Li-Ion Hammerdrill & Impact Combo Kit DCK290L2

The DeWalt DCK290L2 20V MAX Li-Ion Hammerdrill & Impact Combo Kit comes with the DCD985 1/2″ Hammerdrill and the DCF885 1/4″ Impact Driver. Each tool has its own  20V MAX Lithium Ion 3.0 Ah Battery Pack included, as well as an extremely fast charger. In addition a 360° side handle belt hook comes included, and a contractors bag to carry it all in. The DCD985 20V MAX hammer drill has been patented with an impressive 3-speed all-metal transmission, as well as a 1/2″ self-tightening chuck. These new additions deliver 535 unit watts of maximum performance, a faster application speed, and a superior bit retention. The DCF885 20V MAX 1/4″ impact driver has 3 LED lights along with a handy 20 second delay in order to provide a longer lasting light, with a clearer overall visibility, which ultimately eliminates incurring shadows.

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