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Posted 24 July 2023

Dewalt DCH072N-XJ 12V XR Brushless Ultra Compact 14MM SDS+ PLUS Drill Body Only - W/Code

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Dewalt DCH072N-XJ 12V XR Brushless Ultra Compact 14MM SDS+ PLUS Drill Body Only for £80.95

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The DeWalt DCH072 XR SDS Plus Hammer Drill has a brushless motor for improved run time and durability. Ideal for drilling anchors and fixing holes into concrete, brick and masonry. It has an ultra-compact design with overmoulded handle and grip areas to enhance grip and comfort. There is also a bright, white LED with a delay feature for improved visibility.

Sold as body only. Batteries and chargers are sold separately.


  • Brushless motor provides improved runtime and durability
  • Bright white LED with delay feature improves visibility
  • 1.1J of impact energy, 0-4280 bpm with a no load speed of 0-910 rpm, ideal for drilling anchors and fixing holes into concrete, brick and masonry from 4mm to 14mm


  • Voltage: 12v XR
  • No Load Speed: 910 rpm
  • Impact Energy (EPTA 05/2009): 1.1 J
  • Max. Drilling Capacity in Wood: 13mm
  • Max. Drilling Capacity in Metal: 10mm
  • Max. Drilling Capacity in Concrete: 14mm
  • Blows Per Minute: 4280 bpm
  • Length: 76 mm
  • Tool Holder: SDS-Plus
  • Weight: 1.9kg


  • Hand/Arm Vibration - Hammer Drilling Into Concrete: 9.7 m/s²
  • Uncertainty K 1 (Vibration): 1.5 m/s²
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  1. mark9915's avatar
    This is 12v - pretty sure that 18v XR batteries won’t work.

    Good price but be aware of the battery requirements! (edited)
    Battlek06's avatar
    Thanks for the heads up. Brought it not knowing the difference and cancelled my order after seeing this.
  2. CrazeUK's avatar
    They do a 12v sds drill? Does that even work?
    I mean maybe of you attached a dildo to it
    Phil_Blake's avatar
    How did you avoid the mods, you minx?
  3. naunau's avatar
    Good for drilling holes, but I wouldn’t want to use it to chase walls and break things.
    naunau's avatar
    Just realised it doesn’t have a hammer only mode.
  4. CrazeUK's avatar
    So being a bit diy tool illiterate. I thought the 12v stuff would only be good for light diy / screwing.

    How does the 18v / 12v compare
    phoetus's avatar
    Most major power tools manufacturer have a 12v/10.8V range and are designed for weight reduction, greater portability and ease-of-use, albeit at the cost of raw power, over their 18v/36v counterparts. However, some 12v tools from companies like Bosch, Dewalt and Milwaukee are very well made and have surprising power and utility for pros and DIYers alike. Whether you value the benefits of, typically, smaller and lighter weight of 12v tools enough to fork out for the extra batteries and charger to go with them, is down to you. But don't dismiss 12v tools as being inferior to 18v/36v tools. Many pros use 12v as having to work with heavy tools, with heavy battery packs, while working at height/ on ladder can be hard work. That's where 12v tools become very useful.

    BTW I think you can use 12v Dewalt batteries on their 18v chargers so you won't need to buy new charger. But you still need to get the 12v batteries though.
  5. martynbez's avatar
    Shame it’s a 12v
  6. ThunderBolt's avatar
    I wish they’d release a 12v jigsaw.
    I’ve got the hammer drill, impact driver and circular saw. All work well for what I do.
  7. jaffamuffin's avatar
    I have been using the DCF601 12v driver for a while and it does pretty much everything I was using my ryobi 18v stuff for. Except it's lighter, quicker to charge, smaller, shorter, chuckless so hex bits fit right in , I can take it in a tool bag easily and it's EXCELLENT for assembly / dissassembly as the clutch / torque control is really sensitive

    The bosch 12v impact and driver get great reviews. OK this is not as powerful as 18v stuff, of course. But I think for most people, for most things, the 12v tool ranges these days are pretty decent and dewalt have a nice selection.
  8. Tedman's avatar
    The 12v brushless Dewalt drill driver is phenomenal. You can compare that to some 18v drills. Has over 55nm of torque. It’s light and agile. This SDS I would say would fit in the same category. Very tempted by it. Would be a weapon for red/brown plugs. 
  9. romanburasc449a's avatar
    1.1j. I got rid of my 2j drill as it was to weak (now I own 3j dewalt and it's OK.
    This will be OK for very light duty stuff.
  10. Envx's avatar
    Do right angle drills ever come up on sale!
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