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Dewalt Cordless Hammer Drill and Impact Driver $349 @ Toolshed ($296.55 at Mitre10 via Price Guarantee)

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Just managed to secure this from Mitre10 @296.55$ retailing at Mitre10 for 495$ thats nearly 200$ off.

Product description:
The hammer drill (DCD778-XE) has many great features like
– variable and two speeds 0-500 and 0 to 1750 rpm ideal for selecting the right speed for your job.
- Reverse feature is also very handy for backing out fastenings or jammed drill bits.
- Fifteen torque settings is another handy feature helping prevent you over running your fastenings.
- A larger capacity upgraded 13mm keyless chuck enables you to use larger shank drill bits.
- LED light is another handy feature especially when working in darker areas such as cupboards.

The Hammer feature enables it to do up to 29,750 blows per minute which is really handy for doing fast efficient masonry drilling. Its new upgraded brushless motor allows you to get around 50% more run time out of the tool compared it’s equivalent in a brushed model. The brushless feature also extends the life of the tool quite significantly by reducing the wear on the armature.

-65Nm of torque

The impact driver (DCF787) is certainly the fast efficient way to go for fast efficient driving of fastenings. It too features a reverse for backing out fastenings and an LED light for lighting up those darker areas like cupboards etc. It does up to 3000 impacts per minute and has a variable speed of 0-2600rpm which enables greater control. A quick efficient bit release makes it easy to change bits.

-170Nm Torque

These two great tools come in a DeWalt T Stak case which enables you to stack other DeWalt cases on top of it for storage and ease of transporting.

Two quality 2 ah Li-Ion batteries are also included along with a DeWalt fast charger

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Comments

  • +1

    I bought the same kit back in 2018 very good for home use much better than RYOBI, only thing is the impact is signle speed and only has 1 LED

  • The 2 ah batteries are limiting the tools potential maximum power by 30%.5 cells as opposed to 10 18650 cells for the 4 ah & 5ah.Dewalt new 1.7 ah Powerstack Compact Battery has solve the problem for 2ah batteries.

  • +2

    Hey guys,
    Can confirm, the deal by Mitre 10 works.πŸ‘πŸ»
    Bought the kit mentioned above for $295,6 an hour ago via Price Guarantee as well.
    Thanks for the advice, mate! πŸ‘πŸ» 🀝🏻

    • Did you do it instore or online? I thought mitre ten price guarantee could only be done instore and with a local competitor?

      • It should be instore only.

        • Yeap, instore only, right u r.πŸ‘πŸ»
          I bought it in their store in Hornby.
          Cheers…

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