Dewalt 20V Compact Cordless Drill DCD780C2
Compact Cordless Drill DCD780C2
Max wireless new compact 20V Dewalt Compact Cordless Drill DCD780C2 is powerful enough to solve drilling and driving tasks most popular without being heavy and tiring to use. Dewalt this bad boy design to be compact and lightweight, and it seems they have done a great job.
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
Compact Cordless Drill DCD780C2
Full specifications of our listed in Dewalt 20V Max drilling over, but here they are again in summary: 1/2 “chuck tightening, 0-600 / 0-2000 RPM, 350 models UWO twisted yeast, 3.4 lb weight, including batteries 1.5Ah.
Only 16 clutch settings – 15 + 1 – and they seem well suited to the torque delivery of the drill. 20-24 installation will provide better control, but there is no real need for it here. We were really surprised how smooth adjustment variable clutch. The knob has rounded detents, which makes it easy to grip with a gloved hand as 12V drill, drill bumpy on DCD710S2 we reviewed last year.
Ratcheting Chuck beautiful courses with a click-click-click response, and not easing up at all, even when holding the drill bit thinner. We were very concerned about how much we want to convert the selected speed, but it toggles easily with a thumb or finger 1-2.
rubber edges protect the surface of your work, you should put drilling on its side, and a mobile wire hook and hold bits can be fixed to the right on the pin drilling. In addition, LED lighting work within about 20 seconds after you release the trigger. This is not an earth-shattering features, but it’s a thoughtful tweaking.
ERGONOMICS & COMFORT
If you recall, we gushed about the behavior of the tool’s Dewalt 12V Max. The pistol-grip on drill 20V Max is ever so slightly and extended, but it more or less remains the same excellent grip profile. The trigger is pushed further back on drilling than we’re used to, but if anything is to improve the comfort of the grip and balance more.
The drill / driver is a moderate weight when combined with a compact battery 1.5Ah. It is not entirely gentle approach of an 12V drill, but it’s light as we may request.
This is a compact drill, not a heavy-duty machine. Thus, it ran into a little trouble drilling and driving huge lag bolts length / width. Current overload protection is unlikely to be as sensitive as compact service with other brands, allows us to push it a bit further.
One thing that we definitely appreciate the higher 2000 RPM of the engine capabilities as we often work with a smaller drill bit. This leads to better performance and drill bit life.
We could not find anything to complain about – just a phenomenon DCD780C2 the compact drill. If we have to summarize, we would say that the exercise is powerful enough for most medium-duty tasks, and comfortable enough to use every day.
The drill / driver compact most suitable for DIYers and Pros looking for a compact 18-20V can provide more energy than 12V models. It is not optimized for those looking for a heavy duty drill-through-anything and driving-yet-bolt pattern.
DCD780C2 kit comes with the drill, 2x 1.5Ah batteries, a quick charger, and carrying case. You can also find DCD780 drilling in a combined package 2 engines with 20V impact driver new Max.
Thank you for providing samples DeWalt to consider this unconditionally. specimens usually are returned, donated, or in some cases retained for testing purposes or further comparison.