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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|
Chuck Jams after hammer drilling
Crofted - 2 months ago
Would not recommend for anything other than drilling wood. Using the hammer function to drill into brick - either the chuck releases the bit or jams and will not let it out.
Can't fault it.
Deek78 - 3 months ago
Excellent drill, even went and bought a second one.
Light and effective
Kafu - 3 months ago
Good basic drill. I bought this as a spare to my main drill, I’m pleased with it. It’s not designed for heavy use but for basic use Or general diy it is very good. As a carpenter I use it for putting up shelves and basic carpentry as it’s light, easier to use when space is tight or needing to juggle various tools. If you want a work horse I would pay a bit more and get a stronger drill but for basic diy and effectively a powerful screw driver this is a good bit of kit
Okay for common jobs, not for anything more than.
RayG93 - 5 months ago
Had two of these as I thought the first was a hiccup after 10 months of occasional use. The first had gearing issues and would grind between gears and then short out. Second one has just stopped working, for seemingly no reason. I suspect a short in the motor but I'm too frustrated with it to even attempt a warranty claim.
OK for price
anyone01 - 6 months ago
Drill is good, very light and easy to use, hammer and screw driver work well, charger is an issue packed up after 5 months. Don’t leave it connected for hours, unplug as soon as charged, also take care of the wires, they pull out of the charger easily.
However all things considered a good diy choice.