Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 64
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handyman Screwdriver Works Great!
Excellent Dewalt product like the others that I already own. VEry powerful screwdriver.
May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BV Dewalt cordless screwdriver
It works well -- seems to have power to drive screws home.
Only problem was homedepot .com the tool came with a part missing. They gave the girl at the store a hard time. One of the screwdriver bits and it's holder was missing.
Homedepot .com kept telling the store rep. That part doesn't come with the tool. Which they were wrong.
The store made good for the part .
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cozzy Handy screwdriver
Screw driver is powerful enough for most jobs and the battery life is pretty good. Very pleased with the screwdriver
August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Andy All the features that I need
Do I think that this is a great tool? Did I just special order my 3rd one because they no longer carry it in the store? Do I think that the designers messed up with the new ones? Yes to all. I use this primarily at work to disassemble interiors of vehicles, (I work on the electronic systems hidden behind your dash). I also had one for at home to carry in my tool belt when I am working to run electric, phone, and data lines. Do you know how many screws and bolts hold you dash together? Do you know how long they are. Do you know how quickly you wrist will fall off doing it by hand?
Tool Features that I like:
1. 2 (count them) bit clips. This is my Best feature. Left side holds the bit driver for a 1/4 inch drive, (why have special sockets just for the tool when I have a whole box of Snap-on sockets that I can use?) The other clip holds a Philips bit, (the tool comes with 1 Philips and 1 Straight bits). I can even install a 3/8 socket adapter and this tool has the power to run them. You are lucky if the new ones have even 1 clip.
2. Torque - Adjustable. Too many of the new drivers leave this feature off, (they even brag about the Extra Torque delivered when you bottom out. Yeah, that's what I need, extra torque on a metal screw into a 10 year old plastic dash. That's why the adjustment is critical for me; (plastic to plastic - 4; plastic to metal - 7; full metal - full torque. (I watch a special on manufacturing and guess which tool they were using at Maytag? And you could hear that he had the torque set from the clutch noise.)
3. Bit release: Push towards the tool and the bit Does NOT shoot across the room. Why is the new trend towards pulling the release away from the tool. And I know, I know, the contractor has just stripped his bit and will shoot it on the floor for the carpet installer to clean up; but I don't need to keep chasing my bits.
4. Battery - still Ni-Cd. But I had Interstate come up with a TOL2101 that is 1.8 Ah, (I change batteries on Monday)
5. Durable: Have had mine since 2007 and don't ask me how far down a latter that it can fall and not break, (haven't found out yet)
As I said, I have 1 for work and 1 for home and my old mechanic had one; but he retired and took it with him. So now my new mechanic likes to brag about how fast he is with a ratchet until he got tired of working his wrist off, (I told you, its a different world inside the car), and hearing me walk over to a vehicle and he knew that every time he heard a pause that was a screw out. I usually did 5 or 6 to his 1. So of course he started borrowing mine. We tried to find them in the store but no, outdated. So I brought my home one in. Was going to replace mine for home with one of the new ones but that bit shooting feature just teed me off. So I ordered one. (boy does someone from Staples need to teach Home Depot how to order something from Home Depot online in the store with cash. The service girl made an order on homedepot.com, gave the amount to the sales register guy who sold me a custom gift card and then gave it to her to complete the order. Staples: "Hey Harry, could you get me this 2 TB drive for me." Sure, deliver it to home or office?" "Will that be cash or CC?" "oh, cash? sure" Done.
Someone needs to talk to an assembler the next time they want to re-design a tool because this one had it right and the new ones missed it.
August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by LaRosa Poor quality
Drill bit mount was defective. One worked the other didn't.
A defect in such a inexpensive part is poor.
June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RickDog Worth The Money
Great tool! Only drawback is the ability to use standard chuck drill bits. Highly recommend this product.
June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck Love this tool
How did I live without this tool for 62 years, it really helps with my arthritis, just takes a second to screw in stuff now.
March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bsapprentice Lighter weight screwdriver still does the heavy work.
My husband has this screwdriver and really likes it so we purchased this one for my son for Christmas. It is lightweight and smaller than some cordless screwdrivers and so is much easier to use but does the work of a larger, heavier one. Two batteries come with it so you can use one and charge the other and your work is not interrupted. I really like the hard case it comes with. It is sturdy and holds everything that comes with the screwdriver as well as additional bits.
January 6, 2016