Hitachi DV18DGL/JC 18V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill - £99.99 @ Screwfix
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Hitachi DV18DGL/JC 18V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill - £99.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 4th Jul 2015
Looking for a drill, used my friends Hitachi Combi Drill and was impressed, comes with 2 batteries.

Hitachi DV18DGL/JC 18V 1.5Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill.

Product Code: 8652F

Versatile combi drill featuring bright work light and electric brake. Supplied with carry case.

2 x 1.5Ah Li-lon Batteries2-Speed Variable & Reverse40min Charger13mm Single Sleeve Chuck22 Torque Settings + Drill + HammerElectric BrakeWork Light3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty-Online Registration Required

Product contents:

DV18DGL, 2 x batteries, charger and carry case.

Further Information
Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 55Nm. Overall length 220mm. Weight 1.68kg.
Specifications
Battery Power
1.5 Ah
Battery Type
Li-Ion
Brand
Hitachi
Capacity Steel
13 mm
Capacity Wood
38 mm
Carrying Facility
carry case
Charge Time
40 minute
Chuck Capacity
13 mm
Chuck Type
Single Sleeve
Colour
Green/Black
Manufacturer Guarantee
1 years
Model No
DV18DGL/JC
No. of Batteries Per Pack
2
No. Torque Setting
22
No Load Speed
0-350 / 0-1400 rpm
Pack Size
1
Power Drill Gearbox Speed
2-Speed Variable
Power Voltage Supply
18 V
Product Height
228 mm
Product Length
220 mm
Product Type
Combi Drill
Product Width
74 mm
Total Product Weight
1.68 kg
Weight Excluding Batteries
1.32 kg

13 Comments

Bosch GSB 1800 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill is a better option.

rohanonny

Bosch GSB 1800 18V 3Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill is a better option.



i would second that. you can also buy a additional battery for £49. just picked this drill up. really nice piece of kit, the hammer works well too.

"used my friends Hitachi and was impressed"

hopefully you washed it before and after

I have a similar model number ending cl2 can't make it all out. Was the same price but suspect the price goes up and down. Fair enough value after a couple of years usage.

Original Poster

timetosurf

i would second that. you can also buy a additional battery for £49. … i would second that. you can also buy a additional battery for £49. just picked this drill up. really nice piece of kit, the hammer works well too.


Thanks for the advice (_;) but £49 for the battery is too much, the Hitachi supplies 2 batteries. my budget is £100 with drill and 2 batteries.

ukolil

Thanks for the advice (_;) but £49 for the battery is too much, the … Thanks for the advice (_;) but £49 for the battery is too much, the Hitachi supplies 2 batteries. my budget is £100 with drill and 2 batteries.


I have a very similar Hitachi, it's been a great machine. Some prefer two batteries (even if only half the capacity as is the case here) as it means you can always have one charged. Horses for courses.

ukolil

Thanks for the advice (_;) but £49 for the battery is too much, the … Thanks for the advice (_;) but £49 for the battery is too much, the Hitachi supplies 2 batteries. my budget is £100 with drill and 2 batteries.



i purchased the bosch drill as i am a plumber and i was looking for better battery life and something not too expensive but something with a bit of grunt. if your budget is £100 and you are using for general use then the hitachi would be fine. i also have a 10.5v makita impact drive and a a seperate drill which is 1.3ah and that is also perfect, if that would break i would replace in a flash.

Hitachi do make good equipment and they are alawys a hit at the trade shows.

anyway hope this helps you make a decision.

I have the same drill and it has served me well over the last 18 months. 2 x Li-Ion batteries with a 40 min charge time is a god send. Great piece of kit for under £100.

Original Poster

Thanks everyone for your comments. Am not in the trade but when i use it i use it for diy projects....
Anyway I decided to go with Bosch as it came with
3 years warranty on the drill
2 years warranty on the battery
compared to the one year warranty on the Hitachi.
but just to say the the Bosch is good but the Hitachi is just as good for example lighter, feels the part, better grip (maybe just my hands), the trigger feels more responsive (maybe have to get used to it) over all more versatile.

Anyway thanks again everyone and peace out

Hitachi got 3 years guarantee too, and it's way better than bosch.

Original Poster

beljata

Hitachi got 3 years guarantee too, and it's way better than bosch.


Where I didn't see 3 years guarantee??? oO

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