Hitachi DB10DL 10.8V (12V Peak) Lithium-Ion Micro Driver Drill

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Hitachi DB10DL 10.8V (12V Peak) Lithium-Ion Micro Driver Drill
Price $135.00

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Condition: New
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N New $135.00 Out Of Stock
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CRecon $59.00 Out Of Stock

N New
New tools have never been opened and have never been used. These are brand new tools.
A Reconditioned Grade A
Grade A Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely.  Grade A tools have a cosmetic condition of very good to excellent, having no more than light scratches or other minor blemishes.
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Grade C Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely.  Grade C tools will have pronounced cosmetic imperfections.

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Manufacturer Part Number: DB10DL
The DB10DL Micro Driver Drill by Hitachi is the first in a line of 10.8 Volt Lithium Ion tools. The DB10DL is lightweight and compact at less than 6" in length and weighs only 1.8 pounds, which allows it to fit easily in any tool belt. Its compact size is especially useful when working in tight spaces that are hard to reach with conventional drills.
With 88in/lbs of turning power you can easily handle a wide range of applications With a best-in-class 21+1 clutch that offers 21 stages of drive settings to adjust to the torque of the application and one drill setting for ultimate precision and control The battery charge indicator light warns you when the battery power is getting low The LED light ring lights up the work surface and is ideal for use in dark spaces The quick change 1/4" hex chuck will save you time with a simple pull, inserting of the bit and release of the chuck you are ready for the next task The variable speed trigger allows you to control the speed you need for the task
Voltage: 10.8 Battery Type: Lithium Ion Battery Amp Hour: 1.5 Ah Weight: 1.8 Pounds Handle Circumference: 5-1/2 Inches to 6-1/2 Inches Length: 5-11/16 Inches Torque: 88 Inch/Pounds No-Load Speed: 0-400 RPM Torque Settings: 21 1 Light: LED Light Ring Battery Charge Indicator: Yes Stands Upright: Yes
One (1) Mini Drill Driver Two (2) 1.5 Ah Li-Ion Battery (329370) One (1) Quick Charger (UC10SFL) One (1) Hard Carrying Case One (1) Phillips Bit Seven (7) Piece Mag Drive Set
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Customer Reviews
  1. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Hitachi DB10DL arrived quick and was everything expected. I was really surprised with the power and stamina of this thing. I originally bought it for my wife to hang pictures and such but now I use it more than my 18v dewalt for routine household projects . Highly recommended.

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  2. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Actually it's funnyu emailed me it just broke last week ,it was working fine it seems like it siezed up.

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  3. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    This us one of the best tools I have ever purchased. I bought one new and 4 used -One of the used was dead on arrival(both the gun and charger) which was not good but took to a Hitachi repair shop and it was covered. Torque up the kazoo!!

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  4. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Thought the drill would be a bit more powerful, but overall ok

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  5. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Hitachi has done it again! I now own two Hitachi DB10DL drills and have found them to be the very best product on the market in the 10-12v range. It is wonderfully balanced and therefore is great for use in woodworking, crafts, and light electrical work. When I visit my local hardware outlet I always pick up other brands of this capacity and must admit that the Hitachi far exceeds all of the competition. Great product!

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  6. Big Sky Tool Reviews
    Have another Micro Driver Drill and purchased 2nd because batteries were $42.00 ea. although my first were working just fine. The Micro Driver Drill was only available at a reasonable price at RECON SALES Drills are remarkable do most of what a 12v or larger will do with less bulk and far less weight. Is the only drill I use for most wood shop work. Find that batteries last a long time and charge in 15 min. Anyone would not go wrong with the purchase of this drill for most usage except extreme heavy duty and I am sure Hitachi makes one for that purpose.

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