Summary: I own numerous cordless drills and cordless screwdrivers. This one really fills the gap. Light weight and strong power, for its size. I do a lot of electrical work, which entails drywall repair amongst other things.
Summary: Bought mine here from Amazon.com about a month ago and have used and tested it with much satisfaction ever since. I reviewed all 57 reviews for this tool here before buying and I rely heavily on these reviews before buying.
Summary: I bought this tool to do a specific job where I had to replace 1350 circuit breakers in industrial motor control centers. Each breaker had 11 screws to take out and replace. We would typcally replace 50 units or so a day. The screws were very long.
Summary: I actually like everything about Dewalt's DW920 screwdriver with exception of the 1/4" quick release chuck. The chuck does work as designed. However, there is one very important detail that Dewalt seems to have missed, and I just can't believe that no one else has mentioned it.
Summary: I bought this tool to remodel our walk-in closet where more than 100 feet shelves were installed. After the closet, remodeled our garage, driving wood screws into studs. This tool is so much a beauty than a normal cordless screw driver.
Summary: I'm remodeling my garage. One of the many tasks is putting up sturdy wall shelving to hold heavy tools and tool boxes, and putting up drop down ceiling racks to hold 4x8 sheets of plywood, sheet rock, etc.
Summary: I'm an Appliance Technician and have owned and worn out stick type screwdrivers by Milwaukee, AEG and the last was a Panasonic. I was always disappointed with the torque of the other units and the length of time the batteries would hold up.