Hitachi DV18DL 18-Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill (Grade C Reconditioned)
- (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
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|Auto Spindle Lock||Yes|
|Rare-Earth Magnet Motor||Yes|
|Soft Grip Handle||Yes|
|Tool Weight||4.9 lbs|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Charger-Volts Accepted||7.2-18V Li-Ion, NiCd, NiMH|
|Charging Time:||3.0Ah = 45 min|
|Max Torque||570 in/lbs|
|Drilling Capacity: Brick||5/8"|
|No-Load Speed RPM||0-200/400/900/1800 RPM|
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