DEWALT DCK299D1W1 Power Detect XR POWER DETECT 2-Tool 20-Volt Max Brushless Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (2-Batteries and charger Included)
This combo kit features our DCD998 20V MAX XR 1/2-in 3-Speed Hammer Drill and DCF887 20V MAX XR 1/4-in 3-Speed Impact Driver.
This kit comes with one 20V MAX 8.0Ah lithium ion battery, one 20V MAX 2.0Ah compact battery and fast charger. DEWALT DCK299D1W1
The XR Hammer Drill comes with POWER DETECT technology, maximizing performance when used with high-capacity XR batteries.
Using the 20V MAX 8.0Ah battery, the Hammer Drill will deliver up to 29% more power vs. the DCD996 Hammer Drill with a DCB205 battery. DEWALT DCK299D1W1
- DCD998: Using the 20V MAX 8.0Ah battery, the drill will output up to 29% more power
- DCD998: 3-speed, high-performance, all-metal transmission optimizes tool-to-task for fast application speeds and improved runtime for drilling in masonry materials
- DCD998: Has a heavy-duty 1/2-in ratcheting nitro-carburized metal chuck with carbide inserts for superior bit gripping strength
- DCD998: A 3-mode LED with spotlight mode for a 20-minute shutoff function, allowing for extended worktime in dark or confined spaces
- DCF887: Provides 1,825 in-lb of max torque at 0-3,250 rpm and 0-3,600 impacts per minute
- DCF887: Compact size (5.3-in front-to-back length) and lightweight (3.4-lbs) design for working in confined spaces
- DCB118: Fast Charger is fan-cooled and compatible with 20V MAX batteries. The charge rate is 8 Amps for premium batteries and 4 Amps for compact batteries
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I have a Dewalt DCD791, its been a very good drill but can get bogged down sometimes with large bits and hole saws. It is also not a hammer drill. So I grabbed this DCD998 Power detect drill and there is no stopping this drill. I can literally push as hard as I can with a 4″ hole saw bit and not bog this down. I also use on some brick and it just goes. This is the drill of drills imo. I also have the DCF887 and this is a great driver. Nice size and runs well with just a 2Ah battery. Keep in mind the 887 is made for fasteners and screws, not large bolts. One other thing to note on the 8Ah battery, almost as powerful but longer lasting than a 9Ah Flexvolt for your 20v tool.
This is a much better deal than the Flexvolt hammer drill unless you have the 60v tool and need want the Flexvolt battery. This drill is a power house. Also the charger will charge quicker than the Flexvolt package with the drill and impact.