Ryobi 4V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver CSD4107BG

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5034716008765
Product rating
4.1 out of 5 stars  (16)

This cordless screwdriver is ideal for for screwdriving tasks in and around the home as well as drilling pilot holes. Supplied with 1 x 1.3Ah li-ion battery and 6 x screwdriver bits.

  • Torque settings: 12
  • 0-180 rpm no load speed

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Features and benefits

  • Secure QuickChange™ chuck with automatic spindle lock for one handed bit changing
  • LED light for working in dimly lit areas
  • 12 Torque settings for perfect screwdriving every time
  • Overmould switch for added comfort
  • 3 hour charge time

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 4V Li-Ion Cordless Screwdriver CSD4107BG
Batteries Included Batteries included
Amp rating 1.3Ah
Battery type Li-ion
Battery charger Battery charger included
Charge time 4hours
No load speed 0-180rpm
Torque settings 12
Rotation direction Forward and reverse
Locking device Spindle lock
Switch type Trigger switch
Handle type Pistol shaped handle for better control
Voltage 4V

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