Model # R860071BN

Internet #202566680

RIDGID 18-Volt Compact Cordless Drill (Tool Only)

Discontinued RIDGID

18-Volt Compact Cordless Drill (Tool Only)

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Product Overview

When you need a drill that has the highest power to weight ratio, look no further than this offering from RIDGID power tools. This most compact drill in its class also boasts the most torque in its class so you can drive the largest screws home all day long with little worry about fatigue. It accepts any 18V RIDGID battery, using lithium-ion batteries for maximum performance.

  • 1.5 Amps lithium-ion batteries for twice the run-time
  • 1/2 in. Single sleeve locking chuck holds bits securely
  • 2- Speed transmission right power to complete the job
  • 24 Position clutch finer adjusment and repeatability
  • Batteries and Charger Sold Separately,this item works with these batteries (AC840083, AC840085, AC840084 and AC46182) and chargers (AC470013 and AC840093)
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Customer Questions & Answers

does this come with 1 or 2 batteries

Asked by: Anonymous
This is the tool only, no battery or charger included.
Answered by: Grogan14
Date published: 2015-11-06

Does this model have led lights in front that turn on when the power button is pushed?

Asked by: E9999
Thank you for your interest in RIDGID! Yes, the RIDGID R860071 has an LED on the front of the tool base that illuminates when the switch trigger is depressed. Regards, RIDGID
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2015-09-20

what's the differencebetween this drill and 18V compact drill R86005KN

my old drill just fell apart internally and want to get new drill. I have two new lithium ion batts. and one old nicad batt. I don't really need to buy another tool with battery and charger, but the price is the same for these two tools which I'm inquiring about. There must be a difference which I'm missing.
Asked by: Anonymous
Model R86005KN comes with one battery and a charger, and is rated at 350 in. lbs. of torque with a 2 speed RPM range of a 0-400 and 0-1500 RPMs. Model R860071BN is an individual drill, no battery or charger, and is rated at 455 in. lbs. of torque with a 2 speed RPM range of 0-450 and 0-1650 RPMs
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2015-09-17
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