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Dewalt DCD996NT 18V XR 3 Speed Brushless Combi Drill + TSTAK Box (Body Only) £89.99 delivered @ Powertoolmate

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I don't think I've seen the top of the range DeWalt 996 with a tstak case as cheap as this before.

I've had mine a while now and it's a beast of a combi drill.


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

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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    The dcd996 has been discontinued for a while, the dcd998/dcd999 I believe are the replacements. So it's no longer top of the range, but in reality do you ever need more power :-)

    Nonetheless the dcd996 will probably be around for a while yet. Good price as it cost me £165 last year for dcd996, 5ah, battery, charger and case. (edited)
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    Recommendations 996 or 805N I would jump on the 805N if it had the multi-grip I think it keeps the power better under control...
    805 is smaller and lighter.
    996 comes with handle grip.

    To get the full power you need either 2ah powerstack or 5ah normal battery.

    The 805 has dropped in price a little since release so there isn't much between them now.

    From comments I've read over the months, the torque on both is high enough to twist your wrist if they get stuck, so the handle grip is recommended.

    If you could only have 1 drill, perhaps the 805 is best. If you need heavy duty and DIY, 996/709 might be a good mix. I use 709 around the house without issues so long as you have good drill bits like Bosch multi-construction (edited)
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    Excellent deal! Great find 🏽
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    Seems like it’s sold out. Page unavailable. 
    It’s not sold out they have updated the price to £103.99 ☹️
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    Ordered thanks, almost bought before Christmas for the same price without the tstak, just about completed swapping all my tools over from the old battery system, just need a jigsaw to finish off the set
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    This really is a beast of a drill and great price
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    Looks like its been bumped up to £99.99 now, shame as sub £90 was an awesome price to pay for this.
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    Not available any more
    Still available but at the new increased price as posted in thread here. Link doesn't work but if you type in the model in search bar you'll see availability. Hope this helps. (edited)
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