The Hitachi DV18DCL is a 1/2-Inch 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill. The Hitachi DV18DCL delivers a maximum torque of 345 in/lbs and has a 2-speed transmission with variable speed ranges from 0-400 in low and 0-1,500 in high. The hammer drill impact rate is 0-21,000bpm for even the toughest applications. A 22 stage slip clutch helps with all varies jobs along with tools balance.
UPC Code: 717709013025
- Class-leading 345 in/lbs of torque powers through the toughest jobs
- Compact and lightweight (only 9.37" long and 4.2 lbs) with the powerful performance of an 18-volt
- 22+2 stage clutch for high torque and precision driving
- 2-Speed transmission and variable speed switch allow for ultimate speed control (0-400 RPM or 1500 RPM)
- Specialized clutch settings for drilling and hammer-drilling
- Keyless 1/2" system for quick and easy bit changes
- 5-Position belt hook and integrated bit holder to keep tool and accessories conveniently accessible
- Ratcheting chuck lock for a secure hold on accessories
- Non-slip elastomer grip for increased user comfort and control
- Lithium ion batteries provide 3X the life at half the weight of NiCd and NiMH batteries
- Lithium ion batteries are compatible with all Hitachi 18V DVF3, DMR, DFL and DL tools
- Chuck Size: 1/2 inch
- Max Torque: 345 inch-pounds
- No-Load Speed: 0-400 RPM/1500 RPM
- Impact Rate: 0-21,000 BPM
- Clutch Stages: 22+2
- Bit Holders: Yes
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
- Battery Ah: 1.5
- Length: 9.37 inches
- Weight: 4.2 pounds
- One (1) 18V 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill
- Two (2) 1.5Ah Lithium Ion Batteries
- One (1) Charger
- One (1) Carrying Case
- One (1) Driver Bit
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I'm hooked on Hitachi. Put them side by side next to my Dewalt, and Hitachi wins in every way I need. More power, and better control. The weight alone is the best part. To get a Dewalt or Makita with the same weight and power, you're spending three times as much as Big Sky's reconditioned. I've purchased at least fifteen of their reconditioned tools, and I always get tools that are in great condition. Most of the time I can't tell it's been reconditioned. I'm very pleased with the power tools, bench tools, and battery tools. No complaints here.
Thanks Big Sky.
go far works very well
Enough power for a do-it-yourselfer. Good reverse switch for left-handed folks. A short body for a hammer drill lets me inside cabinets that some other drills won't. And thanks for a hard carrying case. Hate those canvas bags. Maybe a little heavy for 18v ion though. Not real happy with the batteries because they go dead instantly, not gradually like ni-cads. Is this right?
I purchased the Hammer Drill for my son who works in construction and he told me that he loves it and that it works great. He has already purchased other tool from Recon Sales himself.
The drill's okay, but the batteries are horrible.
They both lose charge after a minute or two.
It's so bad, I've gone back to regular batteries to run this drill with much better results.