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18-Volt Cordless 2-Tool Combo Kit Hammerdrill/Reciprocating Saw


  • Model: DC2PAKCA
  • Shipping Weight: 22.2lbs
  • 0 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Dewalt

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First up is a hardworking brute of a hammerdrill that handles and balances beautifully and packs a patented three-speed transmission that gets you from 0 to 2,000 rpm in drill mode and 0 to 34,000 blows per minute in hammer mode. The half-inch Rohm chuck grabs the bit with carbide jaws and centers it quickly, then locks it in place with its ratcheting system. We were pleasantly surprised at how very little vibration is felt, even at max. The 360-degree handle is a nice feature that adds perfect control, and we found the fit and finish of the whole drill just superb. The reciprocating saw has a great keyless blade clamp system that makes changing cutters a breeze, and itís surprisingly powerful, with up to 3,000 strokes per minute. The blade travels 1-1/8 inch on each stroke, so you get aggressive cutting and more even blade wear. You can set the blade in four positions to help you reach whatever youíre cutting, and the depth adjustment couldnít be easier: Just push a button and adjust the shoe. The grip feels really good in your hands and cuts vibration as well as offering great control.

  • DC925 XRP 18-volt cordless hammerdrill delivers 510 unit watts out for maximum performance in all drilling and fastening applications
  • Heavy-Duty 1/2-inch self-tightening chuck tightens throughout operation providing superior bit gripping torque
  • DC385 XRP 18V-volt cordless reciprocating saw's keyless blade clamp allows for quick blade change without touching blade or reciprocating shaft
  • XRP extended run-time batteries provide long run-time and battery life
  • Patented 3-speed transmission matches the speed to the application for optimal performance; preferred ergonomics provides optimal balance, size, and weight

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 21 May, 2008.


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