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Dewalt DCD795M1S1 XR 18v Li-ion Brushless Combi Drill (1 x 1.5ah & 1 x 4.0ah) £119.99 @ ITS
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Dewalt DCD795M1S1 XR 18v Li-ion Brushless Combi Drill (1 x 1.5ah & 1 x 4.0ah) £119.99 @ ITS

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Posted 11th Aug
Model Number: DCD795M1S1
SKU:
DEWDCD795M1S1
Barcode: 5055284450534
DCD795 XR 18v Li-ion Brushless Hammer Drill Driver is part of the all powerful Dewalt XR Li-ion cordless range, which offers eXtreme run time, increased efficiency and improved performance.

By constantly monitoring tool and battery operation, the intelligent switch module maximises performance and prevents damage caused by overload or temperature build-up. This technology, combined with a tough outer casing and superb ergonomics means that XR Lithium-ion is truly “Tough on the outside & Intelligent on the inside”.

Latest Brushless Motor Technology for excellent efficient & longer runtime. The tough 2 speed all metal transmission makes the DCD795 hammer drill/driver a tough choice with an ultra compact and lightweight design allowing use in confined spaces.

14 Position adjustable torque control is perfect for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes. The sensitive intelligent trigger design allows total control over all applications and the 13mm keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock offers fast bit changes.

The DCD795 also features a bright LED light for improved visibility. Please note that the DCD795 uses the new Dewalt XR Lithium-ion Slide-on style batteries and is therefore not compatible with any older style fitting.

The Dewalt DCD795M1S1 comes complete with 1 x 4.0Ah and 1 x 1.5Ah Li-ion batteries, 90min charger and carry case
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Just been looking at this, very tempted but wondering if there's a similar drill set for a better price
Looks decent

Heat from me OP
Average drill. But this price and includes the batteries... it is a deal!
The 4ah battery is £40+ alone, so it’s a good deal.
Dewalt or Makita - not sure which 18v brand to buy into?
LazyDonkey11/08/2019 15:30

Reason?


Both good tools.
I find dewalt always have slightly more power in there 18v range of tools compared to makita .
For the money this deal is a no brainer .
4AH battery worth £40 smaller battery £25 .
Charger £25 and the drill is a pretty good XR brushless model worth £80-£90 body only plus the case
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 11th Aug
Good drill and a bargain with the 2 batteries.
I think it would be pretty decent with 2 x 1.5a batteries so with the 4a it's great value
Is this left or right handed?
LazyDonkey11/08/2019 15:04

Dewalt or Makita - not sure which 18v brand to buy into?


Go to a shop an pick up and hold each. Before holding one I preferred Dewalt based availability of deals.

But Makita fits in my hand better so changed my mind.

In terms of reliability and quality, I don't think there is much in it.
jonathan.herbert11/08/2019 12:34

Just been looking at this, very tempted but wondering if there's a similar …Just been looking at this, very tempted but wondering if there's a similar drill set for a better price


Not too sure myself, I'm also looking—this seems quite good: hotukdeals.com/dea…614
wixster11/08/2019 20:34

Not too sure myself, I'm also looking—this seems quite good: h …Not too sure myself, I'm also looking—this seems quite good: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp453sftk-18v-lxt-combi-drill-with-1x-30ah-battery-and-101-piece-accessory-set-in-case-3267614#comments


This dewalt is a much better spec than that makita.
wixster11/08/2019 20:34

Not too sure myself, I'm also looking—this seems quite good: h …Not too sure myself, I'm also looking—this seems quite good: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-dhp453sftk-18v-lxt-combi-drill-with-1x-30ah-battery-and-101-piece-accessory-set-in-case-3267614#comments


I went for the dewalt in the end.
linhang9011/08/2019 20:48

What makes u say that


I misread the price, it was £99 ex vat.
LazyDonkey11/08/2019 15:04

Dewalt or Makita - not sure which 18v brand to buy into?



Because Dewalt have a large and extensive range of tools you actually use on their battery platform.

Table and mitre saws, nail guns, proper extractors to name a few.

Makita has loads, but very hit and miss on performance. They’re better on price though. Very confusing in identifying which stuff is any good though as their naming nomenclature is impossibly complex.

Dewalt also have the most reliable battery platform - least amount of failures than any other brand.

I had this debate myself about three years ago. Their 18v line is bloody brilliant now.

If you want a 12v line, go Milwaukee.

Makita for price benefit only in my mind, and too much of a compromise as I need my tools to perform as well as just work.
I got the 796 a while back when Toolstation had an offer on and it's a great drill. I'm a joiner so it gets a good workout and so far it has performed amazingly well. I have it's bigger brother as well, but always find I reach for this for pretty much every task as it's performance is the same, but a lot lighter and better balanced. It looks like the 795 might have a plastic chuck vs the metal chuck of the 796, but tbh the metal chuck isn't great anyway as it keeps coming loose due to the violent electric brake.

For £120 you're getting a good spec drill that will last ages on a charge with a 5ah battery. I do think the drill feels better balanced with the smaller 2ah or 1.5ah batteries, but it's not bad with the larger batteries either. One benefit of the larger batteries is that it is bottom heavy, so less likely to keep tippling over when you set it down.
Edited by: "Mark_A" 11th Aug
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