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DeWalt DCD709D2T 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill Driver 2 x 2.0Ah £129.98 Delivered at Toolstation
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DeWalt DCD709D2T 18V XR Brushless Compact Combi Drill Driver 2 x 2.0Ah £129.98 Delivered at Toolstation

£129.98£179.9828%Toolstation Deals
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Posted 10th Mar

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Product code: 60545

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Product Details
A powerful yet compact 18V hammer drill driver with 2 speed brushless motor.
• Power output: 340W
• Max torque (hard): 65.0 Nm
• Max torque (soft): 26.0 Nm
• No load speed (drilling/driving mode): 0-450/0-1650 rpm
• No load speed (hammer mode) 0-450/0-1650 rpm
• Beats per minute: 0-7650/0-28050 bpm
• Max. drilling capacity: wood 30mm, metal 13mm, masonry 13mm
Supplied with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries, multi voltage charger and TSTAK compatible carry case.

The DeWalt DCD709D2T is a powerful yet compact 18V hammer drill driver. With a length of just 175mm and a 2 speed brushless motor that delivers 65Nm of torque and extended runtime, this drill is capable of even the most demanding applications. Other features include a foot located LED for better work place illumination, and a belt hook for easy carrying when not in use. The DeWalt DCD709D2T has 15 position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials. The DeWalt DCD709D2T comes with 2 x 2.0Ah 18V XR batteries, charger and case included.

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More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 more.....

screwfix.com/p/d…9hf
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More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 more.....

screwfix.com/p/d…9hf
cannotthinkofone10/03/2020 15:24

More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 …More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 more.....https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778m2t-sfgb-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/979hf



Picked this one up at the weekend. Pretty decent.
cannotthinkofone10/03/2020 15:24

More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 …More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 more.....https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778m2t-sfgb-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/979hf


Does it actually give more physical power when drilling a wall? Or just more capacity in the battery being a 4.0
magicmagicj12/03/2020 18:39

Does it actually give more physical power when drilling a wall? Or just …Does it actually give more physical power when drilling a wall? Or just more capacity in the battery being a 4.0


Both.
The drill has a slightly higher spec and longer life batteries.
magicmagicj12/03/2020 18:39

Does it actually give more physical power when drilling a wall? Or just …Does it actually give more physical power when drilling a wall? Or just more capacity in the battery being a 4.0


Battery only makes difference in run time.
Great drill.. V Happy with mine... 😁
cannotthinkofone10/03/2020 15:24

More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 …More powerful version with 2x 4ah batteries for just £20 more.....https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778m2t-sfgb-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/979hf


just wondering if this has reverse function?
Also, it states No Load Speed1750 rpm

looking at this: screwfix.com/p/d…8fx
has reverse, No Load Speed0-500 / 1750 rpm and still rates at 65Nm
Tom_Woodward22/04/2020 13:59

just wondering if this has reverse function?Also, it states No Load …just wondering if this has reverse function?Also, it states No Load Speed1750 rpmlooking at this: https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd778d2t-gb-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill/268fxhas reverse, No Load Speed0-500 / 1750 rpm and still rates at 65Nm


The 778 from Screwfix does have reverse, i can't be so positive about the 709 as the Toolstation site doesn't clarify. However, as it is labelled as a drill/ driver and there appears to be a direction button visible, I would suggest that is a feature.

The Toolstation site also clearly labels the 709 as having a maximum RPM of 1650rpm. This info could be incorrect, but I base my info on what is presented.

The 778 also boasts a higher impact rate of 29,750bpm as opposed to 28,050.

I stand by my earlier comment that the 778 model is a better value tool.
Edited by: "cannotthinkofone" 22nd Apr
I bought this and I love the size of it and the batteries are lasting well. I'm DIY not trade so the 2Ah is perfect.
Anyone know if this had got all metal gearing?
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