DeWalt DC759KA Drill

DeWalt DC759KA Drill

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This 18V Compact Drill is lightweight and compact for use in the tightest conditions. With a 1/2 In. chuck and high performance motor, this Drill/Driver provides the versatility to complete a wide...More

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This 18V Compact Drill is lightweight and compact for use in the tightest conditions. With a 1/2 In. chuck and high performance motor, this Drill/Driver provides the versatility to complete a wide range of applications while reducing user fatigue.

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Chuck Size0.50"
Drill TypeDriver Drill
Drill Speed0 to 1500 rpm
Grill size2-Inch
Torque450 lbfin
Power Consumption18 W
Brand NameDewalt
Frequency BandChuck Type plastic, single sleeve ratcheting1/2" single sleeve keyless ratcheting chuck for tighter bit gripCompact size: fits into the tightest conditions
Air power tool typeAir drills
Cordless PowerTool TypeDrill

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  • Dewalt is #1

    By Yahoo! Shopping User  Aug 29, 2009

    ### I've had this power drill since Nov. 2007. I bought it at the Home Depot for $97 new on Black Friday and it included a case, charger, 2 18v batterys and the drill. I'm not a craftsman and I don't use it on a regular basis, however when I do need it,...it no doubt gets the job done. It's powerful and I had no problems drilling through 2 1/2 inch thick iron when placing side markers on my trailer. Dewalt is simply #1. Read more Less

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  • not sure about my new 759 drill

    By Cal  Aug 3, 2011

    ### I like my new dewalt drill but,do all of the 759 drills make a growling noise when you release the trigger? I returned the first 759 back because I thought something was wrong with it.The new replacement drill makes the exact same noise.Do all the 75...9 drills do this or did I get two bad ones?I have had a 14.4 dewalt drill for close to 20 years and it has never done anything like this. Read more Less

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  • Steve B of Port St. Lucie, FL.

    By Yahoo Shopping User  Jun 8, 2011

    ### I use to work construction building aluminum screen rooms. the DeWalt drill would last about half a day before changing the battery, while all the other workers kept going up and down the ladders to change their batteries because they had, Makita, Mi...lwaukee, Craftsman, Ryobi, Black and Decker or some other piece of crap. And then they would want to borrow my DeWalt because theirs didn't have the torque to screw in the bigger screws through thicker aluminum. I bought 2 Dewalts in 2005 and they are still going strong today in 2011. The only bad thing that I found about them is that if you forget and leave your batteries in the charger it will ruin the batteries, and at $100.00 a pop it's a costly mistake. Read more Less

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