1/32 to 1-1/4" Auger bits, GREAT Battery drill for the money!
16 February 2014
Summary: On a Job Site, Everybody has at least One Yellow Tool... Ever hear that "Hey Joe, My Battery just died,,, You got one?" Everybody's got a Yellow tool, Few have Makita and Very Few have Bosch and No body's Ever got Matabo 18v 5.0 Ah not to mention the Wrong voltage Hilti... Yeah there's Milwaukee's but again,,, Who Doesn't have at least One Yella Tool in their Tool Box if they've been doin Field Work, "The Trades" for the past 15 years...
Summary: I'm a DeWalt fan from way back. I Own 11 DeWalt tools and have been pleased with everyone of them. Last year I purchased a twin pack of DeWalt 18 volt batteries to be used in my cordless drill. I had this drill for 7 years and believe me it seen many hours of hard work. But it finally died. I thought geeze, here I recently purchased 2 new batteies, have a total of 4 now, and my drill is dead.
Summary: This is my first Dewalt tool of any kind, and it's impressive. I bought it because I wanted to have something that was better than what I have now. At first handling of it. I thought it was kind of heavy, if you're going to be using it in an awkward position, your wrist might get cramps. Upon weighing it with battery attached, my scale says 4 lbs and 13 ounces. The weight is in the motor, but it does feel like its balanced.
Summary: I use my drill everyday during work, sometimes for 8 straight hours. I bought this as a replacement for one that was burned up. I usually burn up a drill every 12-18 months. So having low cost quality products makes it a little easier to keep working. I like the low price on these drills. The only negative I have on all cordless tools is the batteries do not last long enough. In the last 18 months I have bought 7 new batteries for my 8 dewalt tools.