Compared to my old 18-volt drill from another reputable company, this DeWalt 28-volt heavy-duty hammer drill is like comparing a small 4-cylinder pickup to an H1 Humvee.
It is well designed and fairly light plus the batteries recharge a lot faster than the Ni-Cad ones which I had been using. The other great benefit is that if left unused for a few days the batteries do not discharge.
The DeWalt DC910KL 28V Combi Drill is a powerful DeWalt 28 volt combination tool for heavy-duty hammer drilling and screw driving. It has three speed settings for optimum performance in high torque, normal use and high speed applications plus 22 position adjustable torque control for uniform results and optimised precision when screw driving. The drills 13 mm all metal self-tightening keyless chuck tightens throughout operation providing superior bit gripping strength.
A high performance fan cooled motor gives maximum power and durability and the electronic motor brake provdes added control. All metal gearing provides efficient power transmission and longer tool life and the ergonomically designed trigger and anti-slip comfort grip provides increased comfort and control.
Surprisingly light at just 6.25 pounds, this tool is easy to maneuver and it keeps operator fatigue to a minimum. A 360-degree handle and heavy-duty kit box for easy transport and storage are included in this kit, along with a one-hour charger and two 28-volt NANO-Phosphate Lithium Ion batteries. These batteries are lighter than traditional batteries, and they offer both extended run time and longer overall tool life with up to 2,000 recharges per battery.
Dewalt DC910KL Specifications:
- Voltage: 28 V
- Battery Type: Nano™ Phosphate/Li-Ion
- Max Power: 650 UWO
- Number of Speed Settings: 3
- Max RPM: 0-400/0-1,200/0-1,600
- Max BPM: 0-6,800/0-20,400/0-27,200
- Clutch Settings: 22
- Chuck Size: 1/2″
- Chuck Type: self-tightening