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ATOMIC 20-Volt MAX Cordless Brushless Compact 1/2 in. Hammer Drill, (2) 20-Volt 1.3Ah Batteries, Charger & Bag

  • Compact 6.8 in. front to back, lightweight 2.5 lbs. design
  • (2) speed transmission delivers (0-450 / 0-1650RPM)
  • (15) clutch settings with drill and hammer drill functionality
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Product Overview

Exceptional 20 VOLT power now comes in a lighter, smaller package with the DEWALT Atomic compact series.

Where Size Meets Power

Exceptional 20 VOLT power now comes in a lighter, smaller package with the DEWALT Atomic compact series.

The ATOMIC Compact Brushless Hammer Drill Driver is the most compact DEWALT Hammer Drill in the 20 VOLT MAX platform at 6.9 in. front to back.

Up to 18% More Compact

The ATOMIC Compact Brushless Hammer Drill Driver is the most compact DEWALT Hammer Drill in the 20 VOLT MAX platform at 6.9 in. front to back.

Take charge with 200+ products in the 20 VOLT MAX line, each designed to fit the job. All tools come with upgraded features and superior ergonomics.

DEWALT 20 VOLT MAX System

Take charge with 200+ products in the 20 VOLT MAX line, each designed to fit the job. All tools come with upgraded features and superior ergonomics.

Two Compact 1.3Ah Batteries and Charger.

Two Batteries and Charger Included

Two Compact 1.3Ah Batteries and Charger.

The DCD709 20V MAX Compact Hammer Dill at only 6.9 in. front to back has a high performance brushless motor delivers 340 Unit Watts Outs (UWO).

6.9 In. Tool Length

The DCD709 20V MAX Compact Hammer Dill at only 6.9 in. front to back has a high performance brushless motor delivers 340 Unit Watts Outs (UWO).

Small and compact design allows access into the smallest of work spaces.

8 in. Tool Height

Small and compact design allows access into the smallest of work spaces.

3-Year Limited Warranty, 1-Year Free Service and 90-Day Money Back Guarantee

Tool Warranty

3-Year Limited Warranty, 1-Year Free Service and 90-Day Money Back Guarantee.

20V MAX and FLEXVOLT Batteries are Compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX Tools

Compatibility

20V MAX and FLEXVOLT Batteries are Compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX Tools.

20 VOLT 1.3Ah, 1.5Ah, 2.0Ah and 3.0Ah feature a compact and Lightweight design.

Lightweight Design

20 VOLT 1.3Ah, 1.5Ah, 2.0Ah and 3.0Ah feature a compact and Lightweight design.

No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime.

No Battery Memory

No memory and virtually no self-discharge for maximum productivity and less downtime.

90-Day Money back guarantee and up to 3-year free service agreement. DCB201 has a 2-year limited warranty.

Battery Warranty

90-Day Money back guarantee and up to 3-year free service agreement. DCB201 has a 2-year limited warranty.

20 VOLT 4.0Ah and 5.0Ah batteries and 60 VOLT FLEXVOLT batteries are designed for longer runtimes and more power.

Runtime and Power

20 VOLT 4.0Ah and 5.0Ah batteries and 60 VOLT FLEXVOLT batteries are designed for longer runtimes and more power.

Get up to 8x the runtime when using DEWALT FLEXVOLT batteries with 20 VOLT MAX tools.

FLEXVOLT Compatible

Get up to 8x the runtime when using DEWALT FLEXVOLT batteries with 20 VOLT MAX tools.

This brushless compact cordless hammer drill/driver kit includes two 20V MAX* lithium ion batteries, charger, and carrying bag. It is only 6.9 in. front to back, and its high-performance brushless motor delivers 340 unit watts outs (UWO). The hammer functionality enables users to complete masonry drilling applications. The LED provides optimum illumination in dark spaces. The handle is ergonomically designed for increased comfort, balance, and easier tool control. It also has a removable belt hook. It’s backed by a 3-year, limited warranty so you can buy with confidence.

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Cordless/ CordedCordedCordlessCordlessCordless
Power Tool FeaturesLED Light,Variable SpeedKeyless ChuckKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Variable Speed
Chuck TypeKeyedKeylessKeylessKeyless
Chuck Size1/2 In.1/2 In.1/2 In.1/2 In.
Voltage (volts) 202020
Battery Amp Hours 1.3 AhNo Battery6 Ah
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.75 in
Product Height (in.)
8 in
Product Width (in.)
6.85 in

Details

Battery Amp Hours
1.3 Ah
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
20-volt
Battery/Charger
(2) 1.3 Ah Batteries & Charger Included
Battery/Charger
2 Batteries & Charger Included
Blows per Minute (BPM)
28050
Charger Included
Charger Included
Chuck Size
1/2 In.
Chuck Type
Keyless
Color Family
Yellow
Condition
New
Cordless Tool Type
Hammer Drill
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Drill/ Driver Type
Hammer Drill/ Driver
Included
Tool Bag
Maximum Speed (RPM)
1650 RPM
Motor Type
Brushless
Number of Total Batteries Included
2
Power Tool Features
Keyless Chuck
Product Weight (lb.)
2.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
20

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3-year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

24Questions31Answers

Does it come with a side handle?

Asked by MS December 30, 2020
3
Answers

No it does not

Can the max lithium 1.3 18 volt batteries be used with it?

Asked by Jas December 1, 2020
2
Answers

Hello Jas, The 20V series and 18V series are not compatible.

How many BPM's does this drill have

Asked by Faith November 14, 2020
1
Answer

Hi Faith....The drill's RPMs are 0-1650.

What is a Hammer Drill and how does it differ from other cordless drills? Confused by the differ...

Asked by HomeDepotShopper September 29, 2020
5
Answers

Generally used for heavy duty work, like drilling into concrete. Its very versatile, though

Need to purchase my first drill and accessories kit for household projects. Very confused by all...

Asked by HomeDepotShopper September 29, 2020
2
Answers

This hammer/drill will be the tool you can use on home improvement projects and will deliver the needed power. Dewalt has a nice drill set and screwdriver bit set to work on all types of screw heads.

Female seeking easy to maneuver cordless drill to use around house. Please advise which drill bi...

Asked by HomeDepotShopper September 29, 2020
5
Answers

Im a female with small hands and I love this drill. It's lightweight and compact

Does the bag come with?

Asked by Bag September 15, 2020
4
Answers

Yes and the bag has room to fit the dewalt cases of drill bits and screw heads

Any info about the included charger? The one I have is so slow it takes about 12 hours to rechar...

Asked by nonnie September 12, 2020
3
Answers

I bought this 2 weeks ago, esch battery took less than 1 hour to charge. I do not know if they came with any charge already and I haven't had the need to recharge them but I was surprised with the fast charging

How many inch-lbs of torque for this hammer drill?

Asked by Brian September 9, 2020
3
Answers

340 UWO (Unit Watts Out) It seems very convenient for Dewalt to publish the capability of their drills in a “Unit of Measure” nobody else in the industry uses. That way, you can’t compare their products with others. You can only compare their products with other products they produce. Why do they not want consumers to compare their drills to other manufacturers? I’m no expert, but what I found was a Dewalt product sheet (I believe for this product sold in the European Union (EU)) for “CORDLESS COMPACT 13 mm DRILL/DRIVER/HAMMERDRILL DCD708, DCD709” and it states the “Max. Torque (hard/soft)” as 65/26 Nm (Newton Meters). At convertunits.com they state that there are 8.8507457673787 lb-in in 1 Nm. If all this is correct, then I would take the 65 Nm times the 8.8507457673787 lb-in to get a value of: 575.2984748796155 or 575 in./lbs . I found the Dewalt Product Sheet at: http://service.dewalt.co.uk/PDMSDocuments/EU/Docs/docpdf/dcd708-dcd709-typ1_gb_xe.pdf 1700 in. lbs. seems pretty high for their Drill or Hammer Drill. They advertise their 20v Atomic Impact Driver as delivering 1700 in. lbs. of torque. Could that be where Saint got that number? It would be much nicer if Dewalt would just publish their specs so we can compare them to other brands. If they just make sure to build a better tool, then they would be happy to publish using similar specs, because they would look better.

Are the batteries 5AH Or 1.3

Asked by Jody September 8, 2020
3
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20-Volt 1.3 Ah

ATOMIC 20-Volt MAX Cordless Brushless Compact 1/2 in. Hammer Drill, (2) 20-Volt 1.3Ah Batteries, Charger & Bag - page 2

Customer Reviews

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Powerful tool
Excellent practical, small and powerful. 1/2 "drill bit Drilling 1/2" plate What more tests? With 1.5Ah battery.
by Salvador Mtz B
Compact But Powerful
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Perfect mid size hammer drill. This will handle 90 percent of tasks that the majority of users will face. It has just slightly less power than dewalts XR Hammer drill but still competes with it, and makes up for that with its compacts size and light weight. It’s durable like the rest of dewalts drills I have used, and I would definitely Reccomend it for professionals and homeowners alike.
by lme sparky
Compact and Powerful!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Arrived just in time for my current project of reframing a cramped basement. I needed to predrill for 8” headLOKs with minimal space in between joists. A coworkers larger DeWalt drill could not fit and the only other option would have been to fuddle with a right angle adapter. The second task was to predrill the foundation for 5” GRKs. Both jobs were accomplished by this hammer drill without hesitation. Also, I’m quite surprised at the noise reduction compared to older models. Another welcome addition to the DeWalt family. However, I have nothing nice to say about the 1.5Ah batteries. They are great for my 20v finish/brad nailers and a flashlight, not for drilling concrete. You’d be better off buying the bare tool and a 3Ah battery.
by Deebo
Lightweight and powerful
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I just recieved this and used it for the first project. I had to drill several holes in masonry, and this out performed me. The constant and consistent hammer function made drilling the holes easy, no lag with build up of material. It it very light weight compared to other hammer drills I have used which comes in handy when drilling multiple holes, as it reduces fatigue.
by Mattttttt
Great features and powerful!
I bought this product just hours ago and it's awesome! Love the brushless system.
by Jose1974
Great features and powerful!
I bought this product just hours ago and it's awesome! Love the brushless system.
by Jose1974
This is my new favorite drill. Sorry 15 year old dependable DeWalt drill, you've been dethroned b...
This is my new favorite drill. Sorry 15 year old dependable DeWalt drill, you've been dethroned by the new guy. When DeWalt came out with the 20 Volt line of power tools I was a little perturbed. Did I have to get all new stuff? Was I going to be able to get new 18 volt batteries in a couple of years when the old ones wore out? I've since seen they have an adapter to remedy this. And after using this new drill with the brushless motor I am a believer. I originally bought my DeWalt drill after using one at work and being impressed with its power. It's been a good drill, but now their drills are even better. This one will fit in tighter spaces and it is lighter and the handle feels more ergonomic. Both of the keyless chucks on these drills are a dream to use. Many drills with keyless chucks are a pain requiring you to turn one half one way and vice-versa and the bit still slips. These DeWalt chucks are rock solid for one-handed operation and the bit does NOT slip. How long before DeWalt says,"OK, guys, we're going up to 22 volts. Buy our new stuff". (just kidding) Using DeWalt tools is a pleasure. Once you get one you'll want to get more. I have to mention there is a nice tool bag included and it has plenty of room in it in case you want to bring along your DeWalt saw. And of course a charger and two batteries. They say it is a hammer drill and I was worried it was going to be vibrating like mad when using it, but that isn't happening. The hammer drill function is there if you need it, otherwise it's a smooth operator and an adjustable torque driver.
by Prosecutor
3 people found this helpful
Cordless drill/drivers are probably my most-used (and abused) tool that I have. After using a cou...
Cordless drill/drivers are probably my most-used (and abused) tool that I have. After using a couple over many years I am not sure how I was ever able to accomplish anything without one. My most recent tool has been a Ridgid brand and has served me well. Of course there are drawbacks, which has helped me judge the performance of this Dewalt drill to my current one. I have been considering adding a second drill to my toolbox, since often I need to alternatively drill holes then drive screws: having two drills at the same time eliminates the need to constantly change bits and speeds. This drill has a good feel and I think a bit smaller and lighter than my old one. This one operates very smoothly and is quiet. This one has plenty of power, and I think this may be in part due to the 20V battery. Note the batteries charge very quickly, and I appreciate that two were included, since when I'm working on a project I am constantly needing to swap out packs and need the previously depleted pack ready to go. Charing was on the order of an hour or less, so no problem with that. One complaint I have had with my old Ridgid driver was that it did a poor job holding very small drill bits (those less than 3/16 inch or so). They would tend to slip out while being used. As this was a problem, I was sure to test several smaller bits in the Dewalt unit, and this handled it well. I have not really tested the hammer drill feature, but I like that it is integrated into the unit as often I may need to drill a hole or two into masonry and don't want to pull out my SDS-Max hammer drill for the job. I appreciate that this is integrated into the drill, and think it will be good for smaller masonry jobs. Overall, a very good drill and seems very sturdy. I've always had good experiences with Dewalt tools and this one seems like it will not disappoint.
by PaulB
4 people found this helpful
Another great tool from DeWalt. Years ago, my sons got me an 18 volt drill from DeWalt, and for a...
Another great tool from DeWalt. Years ago, my sons got me an 18 volt drill from DeWalt, and for a long time, that was my favorite tool. That has been replaced. These new 20 volt tools are fantastic. They are smaller, lighter, the 20 volt batteries are a lot lighter, and they are just about as powerful. This compact drill gives up nothing on power and speed, and the hammer feature is a big plus. I have a plug-in hammer drill, and this beats that. Good power, easy to adjust clutch, easy to switch to hammer mode - I may have a new favorite tool! Comes with two batteries and a charger.
by BobG999999
7 people found this helpful
This review is for the DeWalt model DCD709 compact hammer drill. It’s important when reading rev...
This review is for the DeWalt model DCD709 compact hammer drill. It’s important when reading reviews to have the correct model number in mind; DeWalt makes a variety of models and they all have different features. The DCD709 comes with a contractor’s bag, a belt hook, two batteries, and a battery charger. The batteries are what I would call “starter” batteries being that they are only 1.5 a/h batteries and lack a ‘fuel gauge’ so there’s no way of easily determining the remaining life in the batteries. If you’re hanging pictures or assembling shelving or some such minor task they’re easily up to the job. However, this is a hammer drill – and 1.5 a/h batteries would not be my first choice when drilling repeatedly into masonry. If you’re looking at assembling a wooden deck or putting up a basement rec room full of sheetrock, I’d plan on buying a more powerful battery or two. YMMV. The drill itself is quite compact and has a great ‘feel’ to the grip. The included LED light falls exactly on the work. With a battery installed the drill has good balance, and the fit/finish is top notch. The chuck, however, is not metal – it’s plastic. Pro’s will venture their own views, I’m just a DIY’er, but a plastic chuck and the included 1.5 a/h batteries lead me to believe that DeWalt is intending this model to be for advanced DIY work and maybe not so much intended for professional trades. Looking at the drill in that light, it’s very nice indeed. It has a two-speed transmission, variable speed trigger, and a brushless motor. I’ve been upgrading our garden borders, using 2x4’s connected together with stainless steel brackets and supported by 2x4 stakes driven into the ground. The stakes are secured to the 2x4 borders using bolt/nuts, requiring a hole to be drilled through the border and the stake at the same time. Using a black oxide drill bit (one that’s designed for “general” purposes) the DeWalt DCD709 had no problems in getting through the combined lumber. No undue force was required, the drill simply performed the job as I wanted it to. Using a hex bit I installed wood screws to mount the stainless steel brackets and the clutch on the DeWalt worked to perfection; I didn’t strip out one single screw. The 1.5 a/h battery was up to the job in this application; it didn’t run hot nor did it run out of juice. The drill was very comfortable to hold, I really like the grip that DeWalt has engineered. The compactness of the drill aided in getting (literally) close to the ground when drilling into the borders/stakes and installing the wood screws. The drill has a 3-year warranty against defects, 2 years on the batteries. DeWalt also offers “1 Year Free Service” – any part that wears out within 12 months will be replaced for free. The Home Depot includes a 90-day return policy as well. Overall – a very nice compact hammer drill for homeowners/DIY’ers. HTH Regards, Jim
by WarrenJim
7 people found this helpful
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