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20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool)

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  • XR lithium-ion batteries with fuel gauge
  • Provides 33% more capacity over standard packs
  • LED lights have 20 second trigger release

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Model # DCK296M2

Internet # 204678759

Store SKU # 1000042981

The DEWALT DCK296M2 Combo kit includes a brushless hammer drill and impact driver. These tools feature a DEWALT built brushless motor that delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed. This kit is backed by a DEWALT 3 year limited warranty for added peace of mind. Both tools feature LED lights with 20 second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces.

  • Includes: hammer drill/driver, impact driver, (2) batteries, charger, carrying case and side handle
  • DCD995 20-Volt Max 1/2 in. hammer drill 3-speed, high performance (0-2000 RPM) all-metal transmission optimizes tool-to-task for fast application speeds and improved run time
  • DCD995 20-Volt Max 1/2 in. hammer drill 0-34,000 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials
  • DCD995 20-Volt Max 1/2 in. hammer drill compact size 8.4 in. front-to-back length and lightweight 4.7 lb. fits tight areas
  • DCF886 20-Volt Max 1/4 in. impact driver provides 1500 in. lbs. of maximum torque at fast 0-2800 RPM speed and 0-3,200 impacts per minute
  • DCF886 20-Volt Max 1/4 in. impact driver compact size 5.6 in. front-to-back length and lightweight 3.4 lbs. fits into tight areas
  • Note: Product may vary by store; call to confirm brand/model # availability

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
14.125 
Product Height (in.) 
10.25 
Product Width (in.) 
6.75 
Details
Batteries Included 
Yes 
Battery Power Type 
Lithium Ion 
Battery Size 
Lithium Ion 
Charger Included 
Yes 
Color Family 
Yellow 
Cordless Tool Type 
Combo Kit 
Cordless/ Corded 
Cordless 
Number of Batteries Included 
Number of Tools Included 
Power Tool Features 
Bag Included,Brushless 
Power Tool Product Type 
Cordless 
Product Weight (lb.) 
11.6 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Included 
Hammer Driver Drill,Impact Driver 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Voltage (volts) 
20 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Limited Warranty 90 Day Money Back Guarantee 1 Year Free Service Contract 

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What is the different in the brush and the brush less is it stronger and more durable I'm confused and why so much highe

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In price tools are so outrageous today?
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The "Brush" is the component that transfers electrical energy from the battery to the rotating shaft of the drive. Since it is a mechanical connection, there will be friction and wear. It also takes some power to overcome the friction, so you loose some battery life. In brush less drills you have no friction and thus no wear. I have this product and it is OUTSTANDING. I'm not a pro, but I buy the best, Read More
The "Brush" is the component that transfers electrical energy from the battery to the rotating shaft of the drive. Since it is a mechanical connection, there will be friction and wear. It also takes some power to overcome the friction, so you loose some battery life. In brush less drills you have no friction and thus no wear. I have this product and it is OUTSTANDING. I'm not a pro, but I buy the best, because it pays off in the end. Read Less
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Brushless is more efficient - this means more electricity is converted to kinetic energy than heat. Over time, a brushed motor can lose power because of build up and wear on the brushes, but a brushless motor won't. In short, it actually *is* stronger and more durable.
It's more expensive because the speed controller is more complicated.
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Brushless is more efficient - this means more electricity is converted to kinetic energy than heat. Over time, a brushed motor can lose power because of build up and wear on the brushes, but a brushless motor won't. In short, it actually *is* stronger and more durable.
It's more expensive because the speed controller is more complicated.
While the brushless motor is mechanically simpler than its brushed counterpart, the speed controller is far more complicated. A simple DC regulator with a diode and a pulse width modulator is the most that a brushed motor would need, but the circuit for a brushless motor involves a high current 3 phase AC inverter, and (often) a feedback sensor. This circuit is often controlled by a microcontroller to produce the phased waveforms and process the sensor signals. Read Less
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Brushed units get hot and burn up quicker. Plus Dewalt doesnt cover brushes under warranty-wearable part, I know. Brushless motors stay cooler/higher power output/Lasts longer. INVEST.
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A brushless DC motor is more efficient at getting power to the motor vs a Brushed motor. This improves battery life and tool performance. There are other differences too but thats a big one. As to cost much like the old 18 XRP series of tool the 20v XR tools Are built stronger and have much bigger battery packs than the non XR series tool/batteries. In my opinion the added cost of the tool is worth it Read More
A brushless DC motor is more efficient at getting power to the motor vs a Brushed motor. This improves battery life and tool performance. There are other differences too but thats a big one. As to cost much like the old 18 XRP series of tool the 20v XR tools Are built stronger and have much bigger battery packs than the non XR series tool/batteries. In my opinion the added cost of the tool is worth it just for the better batteries alone. Read Less
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Here is a great explanation of the differences. Brushless is worth it! I've had to repair a brushed one before.
http://www.midlandtools.ca/brushless-vs-brushed-power-tool/
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The Brushless motors are much more efficent and most cases stronger. Also the biggest benefit is that the brushless motors do not have brushes that can wear out. As the brushes start wearing out in the brushed motors they become less & less powerful. Hope this helps
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I have the older 20v impact and drill. The batteries for these are much smaller. (Thinner). Is it ok to use them on these newer models

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20v is 20v but I would check with the manufacture to confirm the pin out of each battery pack is the same.
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I'm concerned about amperage here. If the old batteries are not rated for the same amps as your new drill, when you put them on the new drill, you might have a real hot battery situation! I would not do this myself. Your new drill is a superb outfit! Great tool, great RECHARGEABLE batteries. Enjoy!
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If you can mount the battery on the drill it will work but I would not recommend it. The old battery may not be to give current at the rate the new tool pulls it out. I figure the battery could get hot doing this and you don't want a hot battery in your tool/hand.
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Yes you can use them. With the exception of diminished run times, they will work fine.
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April 13, 2016
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No, you can not use the older batteries.
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Noise when you let off the trigger on the drill

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I have had an 18volt for years and just got this one. I have noticed that when I stop on the drill it makes a clunk noise when the motor stops. is the normal? is it because its brushless?
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Fred. The noise is the drill hitting the brakes. That's good! If it takes a while to spin down and you let it go before it quits, the drill could do some nasty damage to your knee or hand. Worse if it takes off on a short trip around the work site.
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The noise is the drill brakes engaging. You want the drill to stop immediately so you can put it down and move on. When I was a kid and did construction as a summer job, I saw some guys drop a drill from waist high and still running! Not a great idea, but if you need to get the job done you need to keep moving to get paid, you do this. The brakes will have the drill sopped before she hits the ground. Read More
The noise is the drill brakes engaging. You want the drill to stop immediately so you can put it down and move on. When I was a kid and did construction as a summer job, I saw some guys drop a drill from waist high and still running! Not a great idea, but if you need to get the job done you need to keep moving to get paid, you do this. The brakes will have the drill sopped before she hits the ground. Would not recommend this with brand X. Read Less
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There should be a loud chunk if you let off fast from full speed. That is the brake engaging. This is the 'instant stop' safety feature. The impact driver and the drill both employ and electronic 'instant stop' braking mechanism.
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The clicking sound is the electric brake engaging.
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Yep normal just the clutch engaging.
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What amp hour are the batteries?

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4.0Ah
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The batteries that come in this kit are 4.0 Ah
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4.0
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March 8, 2016
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The battery is 4.0Ah.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 55 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Changing brands. Since lithium-ion batteries I haven't purchased a "bad" drill. After my first, a makita 10.7v I started to trust cordless drills. I had my makita 18v drill/impact for almost three years with no troubles. Original batteries that to this day have not failed. A good friend of mine is using that very set. I'm in the automotive industry and do construction on the side. From 8 hour days of continuous use to weeks without use. The batteries were tough. I kept them charged and didn't run them dead. The drills held up as well. No mechanical failures even with drops. The impact took a thirty foot drop to med. soft dirt. The grips didn't come off with grease and oil on them frequently. The only maintenance was dry graphite lube in the quick release on the impact. ( I would reccomend this especially if your bits get rusty) That being said I've had my dewalt for two weeks and have used a good amount. I really like the clutch on the drill. "Torque adjustment" it cuts power to the motor instead of the traditional clutch system. It works almost without flaw. I'm happy with the performance with both drill and driver. Time will tell the truth, so far so good. June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't get better than this outfit. Walked out of the store, put it in the truck, got home and charged one the batteries up. Then put it on the drill and squeezed the trigger all the way. This drill is eager to get to work! I could feel the torque in my wrist. Mr Dewalt and I are gonnaa get some work done. June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic! I bought this to replace my 20yr old DeWalt 12V drill after the second pair of NiMH packs just wouldn't take a charge. I mostly needed a drill, but got this set because the price difference was only $20 more for 2 tools instead of one - with the compromise being a canvas case instead of the hard case. I'm actually just as impressed with the impact driver as I am with the drill. I will hopefully never need another cordless drill in my life. Since there are no brushes, and I expect the transmission and chuck to last as long as my previous DeWalt, and Li-ion packs are cheaper than NiMH and will just keep getting cheaper - I should only have to buy batteries. These lasted an entire job with power to spare. I do wish there was better illumination from behind the chuck on the DC995 drill like there is on the impact driver instead of from beneath the grip. The only other gripe I have is that I wish I could change driver/drill/hammer mode with a separate control and not have to change my spring clutch tension when I change from driver to drill or hammer mode. Despite those minor complaints, I could not be more pleased. You CANNOT beat brushless! May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bought this combo as an upgrade from my Rigid X4 combo. I fix and remodel houses for a living so I use my drills for pretty much anything and everything that goes into home building and repair. I originally bought a Ridgid X4 drill and impact combo kit because the lifetime warranty seemed to good to pass up. I was building a deck using my Ridgid X4 impact driver on 5 1/2 decking screws and my impact seemed to start impacting away to early. So I decided to try out my brother's base model Dewalt impact driver with a 1.5 amp hour battery pack. Needless to say his impact driver was driving the decking screws twice as fast as my Ridgid. After feeling my Ridgids were insufficient I went ahead and bought this monster of a kit. All I can say is WOW! This set is the best drill set up I've ever used so far. All the other crews that I work alongside with are all impressed with this sets performance and may have just sold quite a few of them just by letting them try my drill and driver out. Great product. a bit pricey but. well worth the investment. Highly reccomended. May 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great tools Love this combo. Both are very powerful and feel great in the hand. This set also has the long lasting batteries, chances are you will wear out before they do. The only negative is I wish it came with a hard case. I did purchase a dewalt from ebay for $20 and use the soft case as a tool bag. December 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Choice Impact driver lasted 2 days on a single charge removing and installing security screens on a comercial building using selftapping screws. Plenty of power to spare. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dewalt 20v Tool set So far the 20 v tools are out performing the older 18 volt tools they are replacing. The main and most important factor is in the battery life. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As usual, Dewalt delivers. I have been using Dewalt tools for years now and my old impact was getting a little rough the edges. Iam an HVAC technician, so mytools takea beating. Besides I've been needing a hammer drill for awhile. Tool performance is what to be expected, they work. Everyone who borrows the set is amazed by their performance, I've come to expect it. What is really impressive is the battery life. I can use the impact all day on a single charge with constant use. The hammer drill eats a slight bit more battery when drilling through concrete, but still out last any other drill I've used. March 4, 2016
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