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DeWalt DCD709P1T 18V XR Cordless Brushless Compact Combi Drill 1 x 5.0Ah - £129.98 Delivered @ Toolstation

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Powerful performance within a compact design – this DeWalt DCD709P1T combi drill is guaranteed to get the job done in the tightest of spaces. At just 175mm in length, this lightweight hammer drill driver is so easy to use when there’s not much room to manoeuvre.

Powered by a two-speed brushless motor that delivers up to 65Nm of torque, the 18V cordless combi drill features a 15-position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials. There’s also a foot-located LED for better illumination of your work surface in darker conditions.

The efficient brushless motor runs cooler than traditional brushed alternatives, ensuring better run-times per charge – you’ll get even more done before having to recharge the battery.

• Compact design with 175mm length for working in tighter spaces

• Two-speed brushless motor for greater efficiency and longer run-times

• Up to 65Nm of torque for carrying out tough applications

• Adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials

• Foot-located LED light improves visibility on darker work surfaces

• Lightweight design for ease of use and ultimate portability

• Includes 1x 5.0Ah XR battery, multi-volt charger and TSTAK carry case

DeWalt DCD709P1T Compact Combi Drill Specifications

• Power output: 340 W

• Beats per minute: 0-7650/0-28050 bpm

• Maximum drilling capacity (wood): 30mm

• Maximum drilling capacity (metal): 13mm

• Maximum drilling capacity (masonry): 13mm

• Maximum torque (hard): 65Nm

• Maximum torque (soft): 26Nm

• No load speed (drilling/driving mode): 0-450/0-1650rpm

• No load speed (hammer mode): 0-450/0-1650rpm

• Number of speeds: 2
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  1. InTheKnow444's avatar
    Used mine today in stonework.

    I bought it to replace my Bosch which had twin batteries at half the price.

    The Dewalt is not twice as good as the Bosch for the money so if you are a light user, go for the cheaper Bosch, are a heavy user go for a more powerful model cos this is neither.

    Honest appraisal based on 35 years experience.
    tyrone.woods's avatar
    What bosch would you recommend for light use, home jobs here and there?
  2. Jonwillis's avatar
    I'm sure this drill was available for about £35 (bare) last year. Would need to check the old thread.

    I would say 5ah is overkill, 2ah is much easier to use with this IMO. I have 2ah, 4ah and 5ah
    soggs's avatar
    Are there any other combi drills you'd recommend that would be better than this for normal DIY around the house?

    I bought the DCD991 last year but wish I'd gone for a combi rather than having to bring out my corded hammer drill every time I need to put up a shelf or picture!
  3. gunther's avatar
    About the right price for this combination, not really a deal. Sorry
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