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DEWALTÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂs famous NANO-Phosphate Lithium Ion cells deliver 2,000 recharges, trade marking them as an industry leader in power tool durability and cycle life. The combination of this patent NANO Technology and the DEWALT high-efficiency motor delivers 425 unit watts out of power coupled with the runtime of 18 volts, but at the light weight of 5.5 pounds. The DC927KL is designed with a three speed, all metal transmission and offers settings at 0-450 rpm, 0-1,500 rpm, and 0-1,800 rpm. It also allows for speeds at 0-7,650 bpm, 0-25,500 bpm, and 0-30,600 bpm. This ergonomically styled hammerdrill features a unique 1/2 inch, self-tightening chuck with superior gripping torque while you work and 22 clutch settings for increased control. Included with the DC927KL is: one 1 hour charger, two 18 volt batteries with NANO Technology, and one 360 degree side handle, with a heavy duty kit box for storage.
Product Title: DeWalt DC927KL 18-Volt 1/2-inch Lithium Ion 18V Cordless Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver with NANO Technology
Power Score: 4.0 | 2 Reviews
Cordless PowerTool Type: drill
Product Reviews (2)
As fast as these drills are moving off the shelves, I am surprised to not see any other reviews here. I got mine at my local Home Depot, which is the only place I shop for tools. I am a die hard Dewalt fan, since I bought my first 12v drill back in 1994 in the carrying can. I have only had the drill for a week, but I am a fire, security, cctv installer on new and retro fit job sites. In the last...
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As fast as these drills are moving off the shelves, I am surprised to not see any other reviews here. I got mine at my local Home Depot, which is the only place I shop for tools. I am a die hard Dewalt fan, since I bought my first 12v drill back in 1994 in the carrying can. I have only had the drill for a week, but I am a fire, security, cctv installer on new and retro fit job sites. In the last week, I have been on all new construction. I have drilled up to 3 2"X4" back to back headers with a 3/4" auger bit and morter holes in hammerdrill mode. My co-workers have the older model rated at 510 UWO, which i fell in love with. I wanted the new Li-Ion Nano power, so I deliberated for about a month, knowing this drill was only rated at 425 UWO. I had no idea how to convert UWO ratings to actual torque. I kept wondering if I was paying for the batteries and getting a cheap drill as a gimme. Then I used the drill. No chance. This drill rocks. There is no difference in performance on my job. Even my co-workers were very surprised at it's power and reliability. This is my third Dewalt tool to purchase this year. All from Home Depot. All 18V. I sprung for the Dewalt ballistic drill holster, which is also amazing for a lefty like me. What a nice complement to my great new hammerdrill and shows my brand loyalty. I highly suggest this drill. You won't be sorry. Dewalt sustains it's lead in my book. Plus, you can use the batteries on any other Dewalt 18V tool. So, my Recip saw and other tools get the goodness of Nano and mhy other batteries are nice backup for the whole line.
By Brett1 on Home Depot - Sep 13, 2008
The DeWalt DC927KL is the least powerful member of its line, running at 426 unit watts. It is a 1/2" 18V cordless hammerdrill that comes with an anti-slip comfort grip to improve the consumers control over the device and decrease strain when using it for long periods of time. It uses a NANO phosphate lithium ion cell for a battery that can be recharged up to 2,000 times and comes with a 1/2",...
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By productwiki.com - Sep 13, 2011