Hitachi KC10DBL 10.8V Li-Ion 3 Piece Micro Combo Kit With Drill, Saw and Flashlight (Grade C Reconditioned)

Hitachi KC10DBL 10.8V Li-Ion 3 Piece Micro Combo Kit With Drill, Saw and Flashlight (Grade C Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade C
Our Price $94.00
UPC Code: 717709014176

Availability: Out of stock

Hitachi KC10DBL 10.8V Li-Ion 3 Piece Micro Combo Kit With Drill, Saw and Flashlight (Grade C Reconditioned)


This great Micro Tool kit includes the DB10DL Micro Driver Drill with a best in class 21+1 clutch with 21 torque settings and a drill mode for ultimate precision and control in both forward and reverse, the CR10DL Micro Reciprocating Saw that features a tool-less blade change and accepts standard reciprocating saw blades for convenience, and the UB10DL Micro Flashlight that features an 8-position adjustable head for flexibility and offer approximately 4.5 hours of operating time (fully charged).


Hitachi CR10DL HXP Li-ion 10.8 V Micro Reciprocating Saw
Fade free power, extended run time are provided by the high power Micro HXP Li-ion battery technology
Lightweight and compact at only 2.6 lbs.
Uses standard reciprocating saw blades
Heavy duty cutting action to cut material such as metal, wood, and plastic
Angled low profile head allows tool to fit into hard to reach areas so the job can be easily finished
Tool less blade change allow fast and easy blade replacement
Incorporated battery charge indicator light warns user when the battery power is getting low
Reduced fatigue and wrist alignment are insured by the balanced tool weight
Hitachi DB10DL 10.8V Lithium Ion Micro Driver Drill
At a weight of only 1.8 lbs user fatigue is reduced
Gets into tight places with a length of less than 6 inches
Has 88 in/lbs of torque to handle different types of drilling and driving
Has a best in class 21 torque setting and a drill mode clutch (21+1) for control and precision in forward and reverse
The LED light ring (surrounding the chuck) illuminates dim work areas effectively
Ergonomic handle provides comfort and secure grip for all size hands
Bit replacement is simple with the 1/4 inch quick change hex chuck
For control during intricate operations the micro driver drill has a responsive variable speed trigger
When not in use the drill can stand on its on because of the free standing design
Warns the user of low run time with a battery charge indicator light
Power loss and overheating is prevented by the patented charger circuitry
User fatigue is reduced by proper wirst alignment and tool balance


CR10DL Specifications
Length of Stroke: 1-1/4"
No-Load Speed: 0-2,700 RPM
Blade Type:
Standard Reciprocating
Blade Change: Tool Less
LED Light: Yes
Battery Charge Indicator Light: Yes
Cutting Capacity (Pipe): 1-3/4"
Cutting Capacity (Wood): 2"
Cutting Capacity (Steel Plate): 5/32"
Battery Type: 10.8V Li-Ion
Battery Capacity: 1.5 Ah
Tool Weight: 2.6 lbs
Shipping Weight: 7.5 lbs
DB10DL Specifications
Chuck Size: 1/4" hex
Torque: 88 in/lbs
No-Load Speed:
0-400 RPM
Clutch Stages: 21
Handle Circumference: 5-1/2"
Light: LED Ring
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
Battery Capacity: 1.5 Ah
Voltage: 10.8
Length: 5-11/16"
Length: 5-1/2"
Weight: 1.8 lb


2 Batteries Charger Impact-CR10DL Drill-DB10DL Flashlight



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Big Sky Tool Reviews
You would think that these combo kits are not all that useful. I didn't think I would use all the components, but I do. I frequently do repairs in our rental units and everything I need I carry in this do all case. I throw in a full set of hex drive bits, phillips bits, hex drills, and even extra blades for the mini recip saw and I can tackle most small jobs. With this purchase I was thoroughly sold on buying Grade C whenever possible. Grade C mean very minor and hard to spot cosmetics. I guess I am more into using the tools than looking at them. The 10.2 cordless pack a whole lot of power for the size. I frequently use the drill driver for putting up electrical fixtures brackets, window blinds, and in cabinet work. The size of the drill is ideal for adjusting cabinet doors. Of all the cordless tools I own, the most frequently used set.
Review by Thomas R Vannatta / (Posted on 2/25/2013)