DEWALT DCD795S1-GB 18V 1 X 1.5Ah Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Combi Drill for £98 delivered @ Wickes
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DEWALT DCD795S1-GB 18V 1 X 1.5Ah Li-Ion Brushless Cordless Combi Drill for £98 delivered @ Wickes

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Expires on 28/08/2020Posted 2nd Jul
DeWalt make some cracking power tools, and this combi drill is no exception. £98 including delivery or click & collect from your nearest Wickes.

Little, yellow, different...


"The DEWALT DCD795 compact brushless hammer drill driver uses brushless motor technology for excellent efficiency, the brushless motor delivering up to 57% more run time over brushed. Supplied with a TSTAK Heavy Duty Kitbox case that's compatible with the TSTAK tool storage system."

Features & benefits
  • 14 position adjustable torque control for consistent screw-driving into a variety of materials
  • Improved ergonomics & Brushless ID for extra comfort in use
  • Supplied with a T-STAK Heavy Duty Kitbox case that can be used with the T-STAK tool storage system
  • LED light with delay feature

Details
  • Maximum Torque: 23/60 Nm
  • Maximum Diameter (Masonry): 13 mm
  • Maximum Diameter (Wood): 38 mm
  • Maximum Diameter (Steel): 13 mm
  • Number of Torque Settings: 14
  • No Load Speed: 0 - 600/0 - 2000 rpm
  • Weight: 1.27 kg
  • Chuck Capacity: 1.5 - 13 mm
  • Power Type: Cordless
  • Battery Type: Li-ion
  • Battery Storage Capacity: 1.5 Ah
  • Charge Time: 30 min

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Shame 1.5ah battery
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packard02/07/2020 11:25

Shame 1.5ah battery


It would probably be OK for most DIY'ers. I have this drill at home with a 2ah battery and it has never gone flat during a days DIY.
pluves102/07/2020 11:50

2p cheaper at Toolstation if you can't find stock at …2p cheaper at Toolstation if you can't find stock at Wickes.https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dcd795s1-gb-18v-li-ion-cordless-brushless-combi-drill/p52936?store=CQ&utm_source=googleshopping&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=googleshoppingfeed&gclid=CjwKCAjwi_b3BRAGEiwAemPNU45fIoBJ-wtaDViocUVjVsDBwPeHlVM9FwQLoBe-WVXjlRbAr4wTuxoCFq8QAvD_BwE


Out of stock for me in local stores, plus no delivery. Oh well.
screwfix.com/p/d…10p


£99.99

2x 1.5 aH batteries

pay a little more (£20) and get 2ah batteries. £30 more and Bosch or Makita
Edited by: "AzeemB" 2nd Jul
AzeemB02/07/2020 11:55

https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd776s2t-gb-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-xr-cordless-combi-drill/2710p£99.992x 1.5 aH batteriespay a little more (£20) and get 2ah batteries. £30 more and Bosch or Makita


that's a different model and brushed motor.
ToughLeo02/07/2020 12:01

that's a different model and brushed motor.


And much less powerful at only 42nm of torque. Which might be fine for most people, but it's relevant when comparing the two
For those who want it but don’t have wickes nearby, Same drill is available online from other retailers around similar price, just google the model etc online
Jayden12302/07/2020 20:22

can anyone tell me the difference between this drill and this …can anyone tell me the difference between this drill and this one:hotukdeals.com/deals/dewalt-dcd778d2t-gb-18v-2-x-20ah-li-ion-xr-brushless-cordless-combi-drill-with-charger-3495019other than the batteries, of course.have always heard 'the higher the number the better the drill' with dewalt, but is this the case?


The DCD795 is old stock now, the newer version is the DCD796. I have the DCD795 and it's been a great drill. Most if not all the new versions are more powerful than their predecessors so the DCD778 will be now be up there if not better in some places than the older DCD795. The 795 has an all metal chuck and I believe in theory it can take a slightly bigger wood bit 38mm vs 30 than the 778. The DCD795 has a higher impact rate on hammer 34k vs 30k but has slightly less torque 60nm vs 65nm. For DIY I dont think you will notice much difference with the two, but the DCD 795 would probably still be a better overall drill in my view

Edit: infact looking at those pictures unless wickes have the wrong model displayed, it appears that they have changed the chuck to a plastic covered one. My DCD795 is a full metal chuck like this: 41278748-7Xkfg.jpg
Edited by: "The_Ramrod" 2nd Jul
The_Ramrod02/07/2020 22:28

The DCD795 is old stock now, the newer version is the DCD796. I have the …The DCD795 is old stock now, the newer version is the DCD796. I have the DCD795 and it's been a great drill. Most if not all the new versions are more powerful than their predecessors so the DCD778 will be now be up there if not better in some places than the older DCD795. The 795 has an all metal chuck and I believe in theory it can take a slightly bigger wood bit 38mm vs 30 than the 778. The DCD795 has a higher impact rate on hammer 34k vs 30k but has slightly less torque 60nm vs 65nm. For DIY I dont think you will notice much difference with the two, but the DCD 795 would probably still be a better overall drill in my view (y)Edit: infact looking at those pictures unless wickes have the wrong model displayed, it appears that they have changed the chuck to a plastic covered one. My DCD795 is a full metal chuck like this: [Image]


Nice follow up reply there.
A lot of dewalt models are changing right now from brushed motors to brushless. What does this mean? Well it supposedly give about a 20% increase in power or longer battery time, and extended lifetimes, as well as a smaller body. It does give a bit of confusion when trying to make comparisons. A lot of the older models are being sold as bare tools at bargain prices, these are worth grabbing they might not be new all powerful and extra features, but they have been dependable workhorses for tradesman for many years and are well suited to DIY
pluves102/07/2020 11:50

2p cheaper at Toolstation if you can't find stock at …2p cheaper at Toolstation if you can't find stock at Wickes.https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-dcd795s1-gb-18v-li-ion-cordless-brushless-combi-drill/p52936?store=CQ&utm_source=googleshopping&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=googleshoppingfeed&gclid=CjwKCAjwi_b3BRAGEiwAemPNU45fIoBJ-wtaDViocUVjVsDBwPeHlVM9FwQLoBe-WVXjlRbAr4wTuxoCFq8QAvD_BwE


1 available for collection at:

Scarborough
AzeemB02/07/2020 11:55

https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-dcd776s2t-gb-18v-1-5ah-li-ion-xr-cordless-combi-drill/2710p£99.992x 1.5 aH batteriespay a little more (£20) and get 2ah batteries. £30 more and Bosch or Makita


Makita brushless drills have weaker torque and power compared to DeWalt yet cost same/more.
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