Both batteries say they are charged when neither can even ...
4 days ago
Summary: Both batteries say they are charged when neither can even make the drill turn. Wish I had known earlier, since i didnt get a chance to open it untill after the 30 day return period. Now I am stuck with a drill and no batteries.
Summary: Previously I had a Milwaukee 14.4 and a Craftsman 18 drill. This drill is smaller and more powerful than both. I haven't had any issues with the chuck like other users. The batteries are amazing! 3 days later and the battery was still charged.
Summary: It took a while to get used to but now I'm digging it. I'm not a pro. Just a homeowner. I like the power. It's not too heavy. The battery life is acceptable. The light is a little ridiculous—as others have stated. I use it more as a flashlight in general setup.
Nice but Keep Your Charger and Extra Battery Close By!!
Jayne E. Shumaker, Amazon
24 April 2015
Summary: I bought this expensive 20v Dewalt drill to replace my work-horse Dewalt 18v drill that died after 6-7 years of home use. Let me say that this is a VERY nice drill. Much more powerful than my old one as far as the motor goes. That said, it has TERRIBLE battery life.
I do find the ergonomics to be great, but I'd like a larger grip
Frank Desalvo "Frank the Tank", Amazon
22 April 2015
Summary: A solid performer with a ton of torque - even at low RPMs, I had a tough time getting the RPMs to decrease when using a Forstner bit on some solid Mahogany. I do find the ergonomics to be great, but I'd like a larger grip.
Summary: This has to be the best drill I've ever used. It's worth every penny. The speed control via the trigger is fluid and just the right sensitivity, and this thing has power when you need it, but it will drive at a very low speed while maintaining a high force, so whether you're putting a screw through...
Summary: This is an excellent cordless drill. The best part for me is how long the battery lasts. Had a previous Hitachi with a battery that was worthless. This drill motor rocks, plus it handles 1/2 in. shank drills with no problem.
Summary: I bought this to attach shutters on my house (both brick and stucco). After I ordered it, friends told me that this drill would not do the job, I needed either a hammer drill or a rotary hammer in order to drill through the mortar on the brick front.