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DeWalt DCK2062D2T-GB 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 x 2.0Ah, TSTAK case £179.98 delivered @ Toolstation
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DeWalt DCK2062D2T-GB 18V XR Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack 2 x 2.0Ah, TSTAK case £179.98 delivered @ Toolstation

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Posted 22nd Jun

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• DCD709 18V XR Compact Brushless Combi Drill
• DCF809 18V XR Compact Brushless Impact Driver
• Multi voltage charger
• TSTAK carry case



DCD709 18V XR Compact Brushless Combi Drill
• Power output 340W
• Max torque (hard) 65.0 Nm
• Max torque (soft) 26.0 Nm
• Chuck capacity 1.5-13 mm
• No. of speeds 2
• No load speed (drilling/ driving mode) 0-450/0-1650 rpm
• No load speed (hammer mode) 0-450/0-1650 rpm
• Beats per minute 0-7650/0-28050 bpm
• Max. drilling capacity: wood 30mm, metal 13mm, masonry 13mm

DCF809 18V XR Compact Brushless Impact Driver
• Power output 300W
• Max. torque 190.0 Nm
• No load speed 0-2800 rpm
• Impacts per minute 0-3200 ipm
• Bit holder 6.35

Light and small for any work space, efficient brushless motor delivers high performance, extends tool life and allows for a much shorter design. Foot LED with delay feature for better workpiece illumination and 15 position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials

Small and portable always access to even the small spaces, up to 190Nm torque allows you to achieve tough applications.
Efficient brushless motor delivers high performance, extends tool life and allows for a much shorter design. Drop and load bit holder for one-handed operation.

The DeWalt 18V XR Brushless Combi Drill and Impact Driver have been constructed to be heavy duty yet lightweight and compact. The brushless motors run cooler and more efficiently, enabling more power to be delivered during application, resulting in less wear. The powerful hammer drill is compact with a length of 175mm. The 2 speed brushless motor delivers 65Nm of torque and extended runtime, this drill is capable of even the most demanding applications. The 131mm impact driver is our most compact driver ever, delivering a max torque of up to 190 Nm for the toughest of applications and extended runtime.

DCD709 18V Additional Details;
• Weight (incl. battery) 1.6 kg
• Length 175.0 mm
• Sound Pressure 88.0 dB(A)
• Sound Pressure Uncertainty 3.0 dB(A)
• Sound Power 99.0 dB(A)
• Sound Power Uncertainty 3.0 dB(A)
• Hand/Arm Vibration - Drilling into metal 3 m/s²
• Uncertainty K 1 (Vibration) 1.5 m/s²
• Hand/Arm Vibration - Hammer drilling into concrete 15.0 m/s²
• Uncertainty K 2 (Vibration) 2.9 m/s²
• Hand/Arm Vibration - Screw driving without impact <2.5 m/s²
• Uncertainty K 3 (Vibration) 1.5 m/s²

DCF809 18V Additional Details;
• Weight 0.96 kg
• Length 131.0 mm
• Height 225.0 mm
• Hand/Arm Vibration - Impact 21.0 m/s²
• Uncertainty K 1 (Vibration) 1.8 m/s²
• Sound Pressure 88.0 dB(A)
• Sound Pressure Uncertainty 3.0 dB(A)
• Sound Power 99.0 dB(A)
•Sound Power Uncertainty 3.0 dB(A)

Replacement DeWalt XR 18V Li-Ion Batteries available: 4.0Ah 21058 , 5.0Ah 93235 and fast charger 87084
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16 Comments
Batteries are a bit small
Not a 996 and 887, think I'll pass

EDIT -Personally I only buy 2.0 amp batteries as they are light.
Edited by: "TheBiker" 22nd Jun
What’s the difference? I’m after something for
Home DIY. That will last me.
AlanGordonisgod22/06/2020 09:22

What’s the difference? I’m after something forHome DIY. That will last me.


For home this is fine. The 887 impactor is 3 speed where as this is only single speed.
And this drill is at the lowest end of there table so to speak. Plastic Chuck and slower speed. again, probably fine for diy. Batts will last you so I wouldn't worry bout that
Edited by: "sul" 22nd Jun
AlanGordonisgod22/06/2020 09:22

What’s the difference? I’m after something forHome DIY. That will last me.


Do you need an impact driver?

In my use case, I didn't, so opted for a better combi drill, rather than a basic drill and basic driver
Edited by: "solid" 22nd Jun
I fancy the driver to be honest. I don’t do much, but I might build a shed next year. Can’t decide what’s best.
After forgetting my twinpack at home yesterday and using an old but still good Dewalt combi drill....go with a twinpack if only to have to avoid the hassle of constantly swapping bits over!

As an aside, the deWalt was a several year old DC725 I picked up used last week, wasn't expecting much but it went through old school bricks like butter, very impressed!
The promo code should work for any item. I just used it to buy just the DCD709 starter kit - which was already on sale. Didn’t have any stock last week, so quite pleased it’s back and now even cheaper.
Edited by: "lwahc" 22nd Jun
I ordered these last night too with this discount code. Didn’t think to post as I’m no expert on equipment.

Doing a bunch of work in the coming weeks so fancied the impact driver alongside a Combi.
lwahc22/06/2020 11:39

The promo code should work for any item. I just used it to buy just the …The promo code should work for any item. I just used it to buy just the DCD709 starter kit - which was already on sale. Didn’t have any stock last week, so quite pleased it’s back and now even cheaper.


Out of curiosity, which kit was this?
What’s the difference between the above the kit?
sul22/06/2020 09:40

For home this is fine. The 887 impactor is 3 speed where as this is only …For home this is fine. The 887 impactor is 3 speed where as this is only single speed. And this drill is at the lowest end of there table so to speak. Plastic Chuck and slower speed. again, probably fine for diy. Batts will last you so I wouldn't worry bout that


I bought this kit last time it was on offer at £189.99, so even better now. The combi has a metal chuck, at least mine does. I found when looking online for reviews etc it's more commonly referred to in the US market as DeWalt Atomic, and having a plastic chuck Vs metal in the UK. This set is apparently DeWalts top end for their "compact" range. Smaller/lighter body in lieu of a reduction in RPM on both combi and impact.

For DIY I've found this set to be great, at least for my uses anyway. Couldn't be happier. Never missed a beat, and I've never been left wanting more.

As with all drills at all budget ranges, buy a decent bits!
Gamebear8822/06/2020 17:36

I bought this kit last time it was on offer at £189.99, so even better …I bought this kit last time it was on offer at £189.99, so even better now. The combi has a metal chuck, at least mine does. I found when looking online for reviews etc it's more commonly referred to in the US market as DeWalt Atomic, and having a plastic chuck Vs metal in the UK. This set is apparently DeWalts top end for their "compact" range. Smaller/lighter body in lieu of a reduction in RPM on both combi and impact. For DIY I've found this set to be great, at least for my uses anyway. Couldn't be happier. Never missed a beat, and I've never been left wanting more. As with all drills at all budget ranges, buy a decent bits!


Spot on, it's basically the UK version of the atomic set but the drill has metal chuck as you say and hammer function, both which the US miss out on.

Fwiw I do property maintenance and bought this set today as small light set for my regular tool kit in the car. If I need to be putting 16mm holes in concrete I'll use my sds, something I would still do even with a 996.
AlanGordonisgod22/06/2020 09:22

What’s the difference? I’m after something forHome DIY. That will last me.


Mate this is plenty for home diy. 996 and 887 are top of the range

As home diy these are very practical, compact in size which is very handy at home. The batteries will last u ages. These I would say are top int eh compact range

I have a 796 and 787 and they're both perfect for home

I do a LOT of home diy and you'll find the 996 is overkill for most ppl at home. I certainly don't need it
Have some heat. Excellent deal and bagged a kit today.
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