See more Combi drills
Black & Decker 18V 2Ah Li-ion Cordless Combi drill 1 battery KFBCD701D1K
- Guarantee - 2 years
Features and benefits
This Black and Decker cordless 18V combi drill is suited for a variety of drilling applications in both hard and soft materials.
- Provides precise control with variable speed trigger.
- Ready to use, the Li-ion battery holds over 80% charge for over 90 days whilst not in use.
- 3 drill functions with drill, hammer drill and screwdriver modes and a 2 speed gearbox providing greater torque versatility.
|Batteries included||Batteries included|
|Carrying facility||Carry case|
|Cooling method||Fan cooled|
|Maximum chuck capacity||10mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (wood)||25mm|
|Maximum torque (hard)||40Nm|
|No load speed||0-360/0-1400rpm|
|Number of batteries included||1|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Speed control||Variable speed|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
|Work light||LED work light|
davethe rave - Yesterday
Very powerful,as good as any on the market.Small and very comfortable in the hand
Great for DIYera
Thush - 4 days ago
Had the drill 2 years now and have used it on numerous jobs from fencing to drilling loft boards etc. Hammer drill even gets through brick work. Great for beginners in DIY and would really recommend
diiyerr - 5 days ago
Had this drill 4 years now. Built a 6 x 3 shed from scratch and had to be over 1000 screws. It's definitely a top drill. Buying another so i have 2 for doing my loft conversion. Can't fault it tbh.
ExampleBob27 - 21 days ago
Bought this for a bit of fun to test how durable it was and boy was I surprised I put it under water whilst off and whilst drilling. It survived I dropped it from 15 feet multiple times. It survived I drive a big ol' screw with it to the point of smoking. It survived I even briefly lit it on fire and never guess what, it lived
It's going back
AB1973 - 21 days ago
Bought for a light DIY project at home of drilling and driving into 38mm soft wood, charged over night, drilled 3 holes and screwed 2 and it died, re-charged again and the same happened and the chuck was freezing under low load. Awful