DEWALT-built brushless motor delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed
XR Li-Ion batteries with fuel gauge provide 33% more capacity
DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill 3-speed, high performance (0-2,000 RPM) all-metal transmission optimizes tool-to-task for fast application speeds and improved run time
DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill 0-34,000 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials
DCD995 20V MAX*1/2" hammerdrill compact size--8.4" front-to-back length & lightweight 4.7 lb--fits tight areas
DCF886 20V MAX* 1/4" impact driver provides 1,500 in-lbs of max torque at fast 0-2,800 RPM speed and 0-3,200 impacts per minute
DCF886 20V MAX* 1/4" impact driver compact size--5.6" front-to-back length & lightweight 3.4 lbs--fits into tight areas
Both tools feature LED lights with 20 second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces
(1) DCD995 1/2" Hammerdrill
(1) DCF886 1/4" Impact Driver
(2) 20V MAX* XR High Capacity Li-Ion Batteries (4.0Ah)
(1) Fast charger
(2) Belt Hooks
(2) Bit Holder
(1) 360° side handle
(1) Contractor Bag
The DeWalt 20V MAX XR premium brushless 3-speed drills are perfect for completing demanding, high-torque jobsite applications while delivering increased runtime and power versus standard brushed motors in a durable, compact size tool with fast application speeds.
These XR premium brushless drills are ideal for high torque drilling & fastening applications including commercial and residential general construction, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical installation.
The DeWALT DCK296M2 Combo kit includes a DCD995 1/2" Hammerdrill and DCF886 Impact Driver. These tools feature a DeWALT-built brushless motor that delivers up to 57 percent more run time over brushed.
Both tools are compact and lightweight featuring LED lights with 20 second trigger release delay providing increased visibility in dark or confined spaces.
FEATURES Up to 57% faster and 35% greater runtime Controls energy transfer efficiently within the tool. Keep track of your battery life with the push of a button. A 3 Year Limited Warranty is offered to give you piece of mind as you work.
GREEN indicates electronic transfer of energy within the tool. With a brushless motor, less energy is depleted when utilizing the tool by not generating friction due to brushes. This allows the tool to run longer between charges.
RED Indicates friction caused by brushes on conventional motors. This slows the motor down and generates heat, in addition to draining the batter and addding unnecessary wear and tear to your motor.
Side by Side Comparison
Comparing the DeWalt Brushless Motor to a Standard Motor
DCD995 SPECIFICATIONS Voltage 20V MAX* Nominal Voltage 18V Max Power 650 UWO # of Speed Settings 3 Max rpm 0-450/0-1,300/0-2,000 Max BPM 0-7,650/0-22,100/0-34,000 Clutch Settings 11 Chuck Size 1/2" Chuck Type Metal, ratcheting Tool Weight 3.4 lbs Tool Length 8.4" DCF886 SPECIFICATIONS Voltage 20V MAX* Nominal Voltage 18V Drive Size 1/4" Hex Anvil Type Quick Release No Load Speed 0 - 2,800 rpm Impacts/Min 0 - 3,200 ipm Max Torque (in-lbs) 1,500 in-lbs Max Torque (ft-lbs) 125 ft-lbs Tool Weight 2.1 lbs Tool Length 5.55"
The DeWALT built BRUSHLESS MOTOR works more efficiently compared to brushed motors and provides significantly more Runtime in a smaller, cooler running cordless reliable power tool.
- Brushless Motor
- Customer Reviews
Average! Customer Rating:(1 Review)
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April 4th, 2014
Comment:There is plenty to like about this kit. I'll be comparing the hammerdrill to the 24 volt rigid. The chuck on the Dewalt grabs my bits so much better then the Rigid that I suspect it will never have a drill bit slip when using. I've had this problem with the Rigid. On the other hand, removing a bit from the Dewalt can be a scary proposition as the chuck surface is rather rough, and quite a bit of torque is needed to remove the bit, thusly, if you miscalculate what it takes to remove said bit, the chuck is gonna burn, and rip the day lights out of the skin on your hand. The ergonomics of the Rigid are better than the Dewalt IMO. Maybe because I've been using the Rigid for the last 5 years, but I suspect a year from now I'll be saying the same thing. The location of the forward reverse button is to close to the action, and I have found myself inadvertently switching these buttons while using the drill....... Not cool! The LED light is a huge plus for this drill, but I would have gone further and put a second one at the chuck, as I have blocked the light by the battery many times. It's called covering the bases, just do it! The 4AH battery? What can I say ........ Lovely. I'll take a 6AH if you have one. The weight gain wouldn't bother me a bit when one considers I've been using the 24 volt Rigid hog. The size of the drill is a good thing and a bad thing. Great for getting in the tighter spots, but not as great when driving 3 inch screws. Power to drive the 3 inch screw is there, but the sound I hear when doing so gives me an uneasy felling, like maybe it's not up to the task long term. It's not a pleasant sound ....... Time will tell. The brake on this drill is less then stellar, it most definitely does not stop on a dime like the 24 volt Rigid did. Accuracy on screw depth will be missed with this drill. As far as the hammer drill part goes. I'll give the edge to Dewalt...... Nice! The bit holder will likely be removed, got a system in place, don't need it. One bit hardly qualifies as a bit holder anyway. The belt hook will go too, along with the handle. Who uses that stuff? All in all, it's a wash. I loved my 24 volt Rigid, and I will love my new Dewalt for different reasons, but give me both and I'll be in loved till the day I die.
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