Hitachi DS18DFLS 18V 1.5Ah Lithium Ion Driver Drill (Reconditioned)

Hitachi DS18DFLS 18V 1.5Ah Lithium Ion Driver Drill (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $74.95

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Hitachi DS18DFLS 18V 1.5Ah Lithium Ion Driver Drill (Reconditioned)
Description

Description

Hitachi's DS18DFLS 18-volt lithium ion drill kit features 1.5Ah lithium ion post-style batteries that can be charged and recharged up to 1,500 times. This battery makes the overall weight of the drill significantly lighter than other models (over 40 percent. The two-piece magnet motor delivers 374 in/lbs of torque to power through even the toughest jobs with ease. The DS18DFLS comes with two 1.5Ah post-style batteries that last approximately three times longer than NiMH or NiCd batteries, meaning you don’t have to replace the batteries as often -- which will save you money. Hitachi’s lithium ion batteries maintain a steady charge from the moment the trigger is pulled until it’s time to recharge. For the full duration of the charge, you'll enjoy maximum performance.
Features

Features

Uses post batteries Comes with two (2) 1.5Ah 18-volt post-style batteries which can be charged and recharged approximately 1,500 times (as opposed to 500 times with traditional batteries) saving money in the long run Lithium ion batteries make the overall weight of the drill significantly lighter for less fatigue Lithium Ion batteries maintain a steady charge from the moment the trigger is pulled till they need to be recharged-ensuring full power during use Compact size and lightweight design (3.7 lbs) reduces end user fatigue and fits easily into tight or overhead spaces Two-piece magnet motor produces 374 in/lbs of torque to power through the toughest jobs 1/2" keyless chuck allows for quick and easy bit changes Two-speed transmission controlled by a one-touch knob, allows a choice between 0-400 or 0-1200 RPM Belt hook with integrated bit holder saves time and adds convenience 22-stage clutch for high torque and/or precision driving Soft, non-slip elastomer grip for increased user comfort and safety
Specifications

Specifications

Torque...374 in/lbs
No-load RPM...0-400/0-1,200
Chuck Capacity...1/2"
Voltage...18
Battery Capacity...1.5Ah
Battery style... Post
Charging Time...30 min
Length...8-21/32"
Weight...3.7 lbs
Belt Hook...Yes
Includes

Includes

Two (2) 18-Volt 1.5Ah post-style batteries Quick Charger Carrying Case, flashlight
Manuals

Manuals

Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 8 item(s)

Great drill, excellent value
Absolutely the best drill I have used. Just like new not a scratch anywhere. The price is the same as 1 battery at Lowes.
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Review by Terry / (Posted on 5/19/2015)
Would buy this drill again
Great light weight drill with plenty of power for almost any job, batteries charge very fast. Great value
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Review by jim / (Posted on 2/10/2015)
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Product works great and I'm happy!
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Review by Lorene Cannafax / (Posted on 6/9/2014)
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Today was the first time I used the drill/driver for an extended period of time. One of the batteries performed as expected. I was rescrewing some deck boards in the same holes as before. when the first battery ran out after a couple of hours I switched to the other battery, which I had just removed from the charger where it had been for a couple of days. The second battery only screwed in a couple of screws an d then it would not drive any more. I had suspected there something wrong with one of the batteries but had only used the drill previously for short periods of time. The drill/driver and one of the batteries has met my expectations but I seem to have gotten a dude for one of the batteries. I think the battery that will not charge needs to be replaced. My raing would be higher if the 2nd battery would perform like the first battery Patrick Merchant
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Review by Patrick Merchant / (Posted on 5/19/2014)
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Battery dead. Light seems cheap drill worked good then clutch start skipping
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Review by Wesley Ramirez / (Posted on 3/8/2014)