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Posted 4 December 2022

DeWalt DCD996N 18V XR 3-Speed Brushless Hammer Combi Drill (Body Only) £89.99 delivered @ powertoolmate

£89.99
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This is the big boy of the DeWalt 18v range. This has some serious power.

Features:

Powerful 18V XR hammer drill driver with high performance brushless motor
Automatic high speed hammer drill driver at 38,250 BPM increasing users masonry drilling speed of application
3 position LED torch with high/medium/low settings to light up your work space
Tough 3 speed all metal transmission for increased runtime and longer tool life
Electronic clutch with 11 position adjustable torque control for optimised precision when screw driving
13mm ratcheting keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for fast bit changes
Efficient intelligent trigger allowing total control over all applications
Improved grip design providing greater application control and maximum comfort
Steel belt hook and magnetic bit holder ensure strong storage solutions
Part of the intelligent XR Lithium Ion Series designed for efficiency and making applications faster
Comes with:

Belt hook
Magnetic bit holder
Multi-position side handle
Specification:

Voltage: 18 V
Max Torque (Hard): 95 Nm
Max Torque (Soft): 66 Nm
Power Output: 820 Watt
No Load Speed: 0-450/1300/2000 rpm
Beats per Minute: 0-8600/25500/38250 bpm
Chuck Capacity: 1.5-13 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Wood]: 55 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Metal]: 15 mm
Max. Drilling Capacity [Masonry]: 16 mm
Weight: 2.1 kg
Length: 213 mm
Height: 208 mm
Width: 70 mm
Sound Pressure: 97 dB(A)
Sound Pressure Uncertainty: 3 dB(A)
Sound Power: 108 dB(A)
Sound Power Uncertainty: 3 dB(A)
Hand/Arm Vibration - Drilling into metal: 2.5 m/s²
Uncertainty K 1 (Vibration): 1.5 m/s²
Hand/Arm Vibration - Hammer drilling into concrete: 15 m/s²
Uncertainty K 2 (Vibration): 3.9 m/s²
Hand/Arm Vibration - Screw driving without impact: 2.5 m/s²
Uncertainty K 3 (Vibration): 1.5 m/s²
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Edited by Rickstarbo, 4 December 2022
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    I've got a Worx drill that cost about half this, and I'm not what you'd call a DIY whizz. Would this make much difference in terms of power?

    Tried to put a blind up at the weekend, and drilling into brick was really tough going (even after I switched to using the correct bit ).

    Thanks in advance! Also seems like a good deal based on prices I've seen for this in the past, and their multitool has proven to be super handy.
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    This is the most powerful of the DeWalt range which runs on 18v batteries.

    It's affectionately known as the wrist breaker, so it's powerful.
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    Not quite the very best price ever, but a cracking deal on a beast of a drill.
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    Great price. I purchased this in March 2022 for about £110.
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    Epic drill. Great price.
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    How do these compare against an sds drill? I’m looking for something compact I can use to drill through “no fines” concrete walls… 
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    It's a very strong combi drill but there is no replacement for an SDS if you are drilling anything decent into masonry.
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    This or the Makita DHP458Z, I have both battery systems? Will be an occasional use tool for putting 10mm holes into brick and spade bit work into hardwoods.
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    I can't really comment on the Makita but I've had the Dewalt for the last year and it's an absolute beast of a drill. (edited)
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    Highly recommend this one, has never failed me
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    Expired, now £99.99
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