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Old 09-02-2011, 01:02 AM
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DEWALT DC720KA Cordless 18-Volt Compact Drill/Driver

Rating: 3 out of 5
  • Currently 3.0/5.0

Drilling and woodworking is a popular pastime and profession for men and women around the world, and it is important for a number of these people to have the absolute top of the line equipment. While others will settle for anything that will insert a screw or put a hole in hood, some know that to complete their work with the kind of quality that they desire, they need a truly top of the line product.

One such product, the Dewalt DC720KA Cordless 18-Volt Compact Drill/Driver, is among the best in its class. The drill, at $403.38 can be double or triple the price of similar drills, but is among the most advanced on the market. It is a battle between price and capabilities with this drill, and you must balance whether you want the extra technologies, or if you can opt for a cheaper drill without them.

The drill is battery-powered, and provides 18 volts of power. These is two volts higher than similar wireless products, and this increased power can make a difference in your projects. Batteries are the NiCAD cell type, and are both included and required for this wireless drill.

It is a high-powered accessory that can complete a high range of fastening and drilling products, and features dual-range, variable speed control capabilities. It has a padded grip and a sturdy kit box, and features a motor than can spin at up to 1,700 revolutions per minute. It has a ½ inch ratcheting chuck that will reduce slippage, and its fine handling allows you to navigate around projects of various sizes. The drill, with a flashy yellow design, will be a welcome addition to your tool area, and will allow you to complete the projects that you require, all if you are willing to attack the slightly hefty price tag.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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