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DeWALT DC729KA Drill Driver 10mm 18 Volt Cordless £99.97 @ ToolBox
DeWALT DC729KA Drill Driver 10mm 18 Volt Cordless £99.97 @ ToolBox

DeWALT DC729KA Drill Driver 10mm 18 Volt Cordless £99.97 @ ToolBox

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Standard Equipment

* DeWalt DC729KA Drill/Driver Drill 10mm 18 Volt Cordless
* 1 hour charger
* 2 batteries
* Heavy duty carrying case

Product Features

* DeWalt Part Number - DC729KA
* Powerful 18 Volt drill driver for drilling and screwdriving applications
* Compact, lightweight design
* 17 position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes
* Two speed settings, variable speed and reverse switch for controllable use
* Ergonomically designed trigger and rubber grip
* 10 mm single sleeve keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy bit change with one hand
* Electronic motor brake for added control
* High performance fan cooled motor for maximum power and durability
* All metal gearing for efficient power transmission and longer tool life
* Modular design for easy access to key components and excellent serviceability
* 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee

5 Comments

Good price and available elsewhere for same. Any advice from the 'experts' regarding type of battery offered?

i got a cordless and a mains drill (dewalt) for £59 not so long ago was posted on here.

Why buy DeWalt (Black & Decker) rubbish when you can get a half decent Hitachi 13mm 18v cordless with 3 batteries from Screwfix fpr £79.99?

screwfix.com/pro…840

Middlers;5939384

Good price and available elsewhere for same. Any advice from the … Good price and available elsewhere for same. Any advice from the 'experts' regarding type of battery offered?



it has the 1.3 Ah so not gonna be that good for anything other than DIY
I've got one, paid same price from B&Q, and it's been ok so far, quick to charge and not too bad on hammer
other than battery life/power my only gripe is the torque settings, it has 17 but they don't adjust low enough

not voting as it's available in other places for similar price and been that price for some months, bought mine 3 months ago

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soweezy;5939687

it has the 1.3 Ah so not gonna be that good for anything other than DIY





I guess that is why they have decided to offer 2 batteries with it?

To be honest I have found no problems with it, but am only a home DIY'er!
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