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20-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (2-Tool)

$279.00 /each
  • Compact combo kit provides maximum performance and run time
  • 2-speed settings easily power through tough drill/driver tasks
  • Cordless design offers optimum portability and an easy use

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Feature 1

Includes 20-Volt 1/4 in. hex impact driver, 20- Volt 1/2 in. drill/driver, 20-Volt Li-ion charger, two 20-Volt XR Li-ion batteries (2Ah), two belt clips

Feature 2

Variable-speed impact driver delivers up to 2800 RPM, 3200 IPM and 1500 in. lbs. of max torque

Feature 3

Drill/driver features two speed settings (0–600 or 0–2000 RPM) and 15 clutch options for optimal torque

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20 volts

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tools included

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2

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batteries included

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2 li-ion

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3 year

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Strong, versatile, lightweight and forceful, this 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit from DEWALT was designed to easily fit into tight spaces and deliver ample power using brushless motor technology that was engineered to run longer and stay cooler than brushed. Included in this versatile combo kit is a 1/2 in. drill/driver with an all-metal ratcheting chuck and 2-speed settings along with a 1/4 in. hex impact driver with quick-release chuck. DEWALT supplies two lithium-ion batteries (2Ah), a charger and a carrying bag with this kit, the perfect combination for a plethora of tough drilling and driving tasks. Each lithium-ion tool is outfitted with a front-facing LED light to illuminate your work space with a 20-second shutdown delay.

  • Includes: one 20-volt 1/4 in. hex impact driver, one 20-volt 1/2 in. drill/driver, one 20-volt lithium-ion charger, two 20-volt XR lithium-ion batteries (2Ah), two belt clips and one contractor bag
  • Drill/driver has two speed settings (0-600 or 0-2000 RPM) and 15 clutch options for optimal torque
  • Front-to-back dimensions: drill/driver: 7.2 in., impact driver: 5.55 in.
  • Belt hook can be attached to either side of tool
  • Drill/driver weighs 2.6 lbs.; impact driver weighs 2.1 lbs.
  • Variable-speed impact driver delivers up to 2800 RPM and 3200 IPM and 1500 in. lbs. of maximum torque
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Play in the impact driver bit?

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When I insert a bit into the Impact Driver, it locks in, but there's almost 1/8" of play. As in: I place the bit against a screw to drive it, and the bit moves in about an 1/8th. Take the driver off the screw and the bit springs back 1/8". Is this normal? It kind of bothers me. I'd rather a positive lock on the bit with no play at all.
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July 17, 2015
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Mine had a little wobble to it but my main problem is it seriously lacks sufficient torque to drive #8 four inch stainless deck screws into cedar 2x4's. It's basically a useless tool in my opinion and if I had known its limited capabilities I'd opted for the single drill motor with an extra battery instead. I've used DeWalt 18volt drill motors on the job daily for years and they are the gold Read More
Mine had a little wobble to it but my main problem is it seriously lacks sufficient torque to drive #8 four inch stainless deck screws into cedar 2x4's. It's basically a useless tool in my opinion and if I had known its limited capabilities I'd opted for the single drill motor with an extra battery instead. I've used DeWalt 18volt drill motors on the job daily for years and they are the gold standard...these Lithium battery units are super lightweight with long battery life, but lack serious driving torque to drill holes in wood and metal on a consistent basis. They're really no better than a soured up powered screwdriver more so than a true drill motor as advertised. A drill motor to me means you should be able to mix a bucket of tile grout or thin set mortar....no way these "drill motors" or "rattle guns" can spin a paddle mixer. Good thing I have my half inch Milwaukee Hole Hogs for serious work. Read Less
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May 23, 2015
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That's what an impact driver does. The "impact" is the bit not only rotating, but also hammering it at the same time. When you push the bit, you are actually creating the backward motion of the impact. The bit springing forward is the forward motion of the impact. this is completely normal, and also what allows for the stronger drive of the screw or bolt you are trying to put in place.
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February 23, 2015
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1/8 if accurate is too much, but mine doesn't have any more play... maybe 1/16th than any other drill.
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June 2, 2014
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Yes the play is normal. It is just part of the impact mechanism. The play is what allows the driver to reset on each impact without binding.
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May 13, 2014
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HELLO
MOST OF THE TIME IT'S NOT THE IMPACT IT'S THE DRILL BIT.
I SEE THAT FROM TIME TO TIME WITH CHEAP BITS. I LIKE THE DEWALT AND THE MILWAUKEE BITS
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Dallas, TX, USA
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April 29, 2014
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I would say its not normal. I would try to use 2 or 3 different chucks and see how those feel. If there is still play I would return to store.
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DesMoines, Wa.
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March 3, 2014
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This is normal for the bit to recede in at the time of driving the screw into the work. It does not affect the performance of the impact driver.
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February 12, 2014
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I believe what happens with a driver is that as it turns it is also moving in a lateral direction and hammering as it turns. Similar to a driver that you hit with a hammer and it turns as you hit it. That free play is used to put pressure on the fastener as it turns. Pretty neat! I hope I have it right, I bought one believing that's how they work.
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February 6, 2014
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Yes, this correct! The reason this happens is because you can insert the Bit Finder into the drill and it will hold it in, unless you pull the sleeve. Some manufactures make you pull the sleeve before you insert the bit.
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Does the impact driver have enough torque to handle car lug nuts? What is the chuck size of the impact driver also?

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April 3, 2016
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No. If you want a cordless impact for that job, the best I've found on the market is the Milwaukee M18 Fuel 1/2" impact.
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July 21, 2015
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I would doubt it, I have not been impressed with the power.
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Chuck size is standard 1/4" and only good for driving screws and small lag bolts. No way it can break loose automotive wheel lug nuts. Even larger 1/2" drive electric driven drill motors don't have enough torque to break loose 70 foot/pounds (typical passenger car wheel torque). Get yourself a decent little air compressor and half inch pneumatic drill motor if you're changing out tires on a passenger car Read More
Chuck size is standard 1/4" and only good for driving screws and small lag bolts. No way it can break loose automotive wheel lug nuts. Even larger 1/2" drive electric driven drill motors don't have enough torque to break loose 70 foot/pounds (typical passenger car wheel torque). Get yourself a decent little air compressor and half inch pneumatic drill motor if you're changing out tires on a passenger car or small SUV. You can use the compressor to fill tire pressure, power nail guns, clean out small crevices with a blow nozzle. But if you're looking to change out tires/wheels on a half ton or larger truck, you'll need an even beefier setup as wheel torque specs like on my Ford F-150 is like 125 foot/pounds. Read Less
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Is this a brushless set?

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I have looked at ad on line and don't see any information on this set for brushless versus brushed.
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December 13, 2015
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Sure seems like it is to me. This kit comes with the DCF886 impact, which is brushless, and the DCD790 drill, which is also brushless.
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December 8, 2015
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No it is not.
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Lowes has this for $259. Will you honor your 10% guarantee on it if I buy online? (259 less 10%)? Thanks

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I prefer Home Depot to Lowe's for personal preference, but if you have a Lowe's credit card, Home Depot will give you a 5% off if you show them the card at time of purchase. I do not know if it will work with purchasing it online.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Here is a description of our Price Matching policy: *If you find a current lower price on an identical, in-stock item from any local retailer, we will match the price and beat it by 10%. Excludes special orders, bid pricing, volume discounts, open-box merchandise, labor and installation, sales tax, rebate and free offers, typographical errors and Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Here is a description of our Price Matching policy: *If you find a current lower price on an identical, in-stock item from any local retailer, we will match the price and beat it by 10%. Excludes special orders, bid pricing, volume discounts, open-box merchandise, labor and installation, sales tax, rebate and free offers, typographical errors and online purchases.* For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Read Less
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 64 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by loving it love my new drills. i have used them every single day since i recieved them, approx month and a half or so ago. battery life last forever. impact driver is a beast. drilver works well. wish it was a little bit lighter but its all good. ive dropped the driver twice from 5-6 feet high and watched as drill bounced across floor. no damage thank god. i removed the belt hooks since i dont wear a belt or jeans for that matter. bit holder is just okay. a little bit too tight of a fit but its all good. i also used the driver with a small paddle to mix up some drywall mud. worked no problem. drilled out some 1.5" holes with no problem aswelll. today i drilled through many 2x4's with 5/8 spade bit with no issues either. also the batteries charge super quick. August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome combo Bestcombo I have used this at work and home love it.Battery also held up good not bad for the time I used it and it was a long time August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great buy! I use both of them often and battery life is great. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Out Lasts and Out Performs! A decade ago i took a chance and bought a Dewalt cordless drill. It has functioned far beyond its capabilities, EVERYtime I picked it up. It has outperformed, out lived, and stood up to the abuse that comes with construction. After it finally gave out I was eager to get another, and so to the research blog I went. The brush-less motors were new to me but after asking for personal reviews and reading online I grabbed the drill/driver set. They are EVERYthing and more than my last one. Lighter, more power, work light on each, and battery life is three times the 18-volt from the last one. I highly recommend these tools for anyone that is in heavy day-to-day construction, or the honey-do-lister, these are the tools every man needs in his arsenal. May 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great cordless combo kit! So far so GREAT! Enough power to get the job done. Battery life is absolutely superior! I would recommend this product. April 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great so far The drill and impact driver have exceeded my expectations so far. I was surprised how much power the impact driver has. I've been able to use it to install heavy duty deadbolt screws and lag bolts for garage shelving. The only bad thing was one of the batteries was defective out of the box. It couldn't be charged. I contacted Dewalt and they sent a replacement at no charge which works perfectly. Good products and support, but minus one for a bad battery. March 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dewalt brushless drills I hate cordless tools.. I bought only corded tools until my father went out on a limb and bought these. I was skeptical at first because of my original cordless tools that would last a summer, then I had to throw them out. These are lightweight, compact, and powerful. I built a garage this past summer and used these to finish the inside and boy was I amazed at how long these batteries last. I put up a 32x48 garage and put osb on the inside, and these drills did the whole job on 2 batteries. Unbelievable! Very happy with these and I would recommend these to anyone. They have come a long way on the technology since 2006 when I gave up on cordless products. December 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by eggbrook's review is flawed, the charger does work i had the same problem as eggbrook, the charger would stay solid red when i put a dead battery in for charging. i even called dewalt customer service and they didn't know the reason. here's the deal: you need to push the batteries down onto the charger till you hear it click in, then the charge light will start to blink and it'll start to charge. if you just rest the battery on the charger till it makes initial contact the charge light will stay solid red and the batteries will not charge. other than that, i think it's a great set of tools. December 17, 2015
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