Hitachi DV18DL 18-Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill (Grade C Reconditioned)

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Hitachi DV18DL 18-Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill (Grade C Reconditioned)
Price $139.00

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Condition: C
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N New $269.00 Out Of Stock
ARecon $180.70 Out Of Stock
CRecon $139.00 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.
C Reconditioned Grade C
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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C-DV18DL
Manufacturer Part Number: DV18DL

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The new DV18DL features an 18V Lithium Ion battery that boasts 3x the running time of traditional NiCd drills, yet weighs 50% less! The battery is also backwards compatible, which means they can be used with Hitachi's current DVF3 and DMR cordless 18V tools. With a class leading 570 in/lbs of torque and weighing only 4.9 lbs, this hammer drill is ideal to power through the toughest jobs with ease.
  • (2) 3.0 Ah HXP Lithium Ion batteries for three times the life at half the weight of NiCd and NiMH batteries
  • HXP batteries are backward compatible with all Hitachi 18V DMR and DVF3 tools
  • Class leading 570 in/lbs of torque to power through the toughest jobs
  • Unique 2-step speed switch lets the user select from 4 speed settings (0-200/400/900/1800 RPM)  for ultimate control
  • Externally accessible carbon brush for quick and easy maintenance
  • 2-piece rare earth magnet motor for durability and power
  • Convenient 5-position belt hook features an integrated LED work light
  • Compact and lightweight at only 9.95" in length and 4.9 lbs
  • To learn more about Hitachi's HXP Lithium Ion Battery Technology, click here
  • Download Hitachi's Lithium Ion Driver Drill Brochure
  • Download Hitachi's HXP Lithium Ion Battery Brochure
Auto Spindle LockYes
Ratcheting ClutchYes
Rare-Earth Magnet MotorYes
Soft Grip HandleYes
Belt HookYes
Tool Length9.95"
Tool Weight4.9 lbs
Bit Holders2
Battery TypeLithium Ion
Battery Ah3.0
Charger-Volts Accepted7.2-18V Li-Ion, NiCd, NiMH
Charging Time:3.0Ah = 45 min
Chuck Size1/2"
Max Torque570 in/lbs
Drilling Capacity: Brick5/8"
No-Load Speed RPM0-200/400/900/1800 RPM
Impact Rate0-21,000
Clutch Stages22
(2) 3.0 Ah Lithium Ion Batteries (326241) Quick Charger (UC18YRL) Side Handle (323001) Carrying Case (323230) Driver Bit (983006)
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    Drill not working batterys could be bad one will take a charge the other will not .With good battery drill will only run for 30 sec Gerald Kiesow

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    This runs well, holds up long, long life, thank you very much for your product.

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    I'll start by saying, I don't have anything bad to say. I started buying cordless power drills in 2004, they where a lower quality brand "Rydopy" (I have change the name for confidentiality purposes). I was told this tool was a home owners grade tool, but when I finial bought home house and stoped renting, I was finaly able to stop putting in screws into the drywall and start repairing and building. It wasn't long before I heard a pop in the "Rydopy" not even half way throught the project. In 2006, I stupidly bought a 18volt "Rydopy" hammer drill because the price point was unbeatable, yeah right. It was so heavy and I went through batteries like tissue paper during cool season. Nevertheless, I finally smarten up and started lisening to own advise, " You get what you pay for."

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    I wasn't sure what to expect. I ordered the grade "c" and wasn't sure how beat up it would be. I was surprised when I opened the box. It only had a couple of scuff marks on it, and it works well. I've used it for several projects, and look forward to future ones. I haven't had a need for the hammer drill option yet, but I'm sure it will work just fine.

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