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400 In Lbs of Torque - Has enough torque to drive most common fasteners and drill bits7.6 Head Length and 3.0 Lbs - Most compact and lightweight design available provides least amount of user fatigueDrives 160 3 Screws Per Charge - Strong run time keeps user on the job2-Speed Drill (0-400/1,300RPM) - High speed for small diameter bits and high torque for larger spade bitsFPS and ECP - Works with SlimPacks or FatPacks, monitors battery to reach maximum lifeEMP (Electronic Motor Protection) - Protects motor in stall situationsKeyless Chuck with Auto-Lock - For fast, one-handed bit changesSoft-Grip Wrapped Housing - Fits comfortably in hand for extended working timeLED light - Ensures best visibility in dark areas Battery Voltage18 Battery/Charger45-Minute Fast Charger Chuck CapacityUp to 3/8 Keyless Chuck with Auto-Lock Chuck Size3/8 keyless chuck Clutch Settings15+1 No Load RPM0-400 / 0-1,300 Torque (in. lbs.)400 Voltage18V Weight (lbs.)3 Includes (2) -- 18V Lithium-ion SlimPack Batteries - BAT609(1) - 45-Minute Lithium-ion Battery Fast Charger - BC630(1) - Double-sided Philips Drive Bit(1) - Storage Clip(1) - Hard Carrying Case
Offering an exceptionally compact and lightweight design, the durable, powerful Bosch DDB180-02 18-volt 3/8-inch cordless drill/driver gives you high-quality results on the job while helping you work for hours with less fatigue. Featuring Durashield housing to guard against wear and tear, the DDB180-02 utilizes an 18-volt lithium-ion battery that provides 35 percent more runtime and two times the recharge cycles of its competitors. It includes two Slim Pack 18-volt lithium-ion batteries, and the DDB180-02 can drive approximately 160 3-inch screws per battery charge.
The DDB180-02 works at two speeds--400 RPM and 1,300 RPM--and provides 400 inch/pounds of torque, which is enough to drive most common fasteners and drill bits. Durashield housing, unibody construction, and a steel-reinforced collar help you withstand real-world conditions, like temperature extremes, rain, dirt, debris, and drops.
The DDB180-02's Durashield housing is constructed with ABS/Nylon composite, which makes the housing flexible and impenetrable. Unlike competitive tools, which use a conventional plastic housing, Durashield will not crack and can easily withstand 10-foot drops.
With 15 clutch settings and a variable-speed trigger, you'll be able to match the best speed to the job and achieve more precise results. The unique Electronic Motor Protection (EMP) feature automatically switches the motor off when it stalls, helping to prevent it from burning out.
This drill/driver is wrapped in a soft-grip housing that fits comfortably in your hand for extended working time, and it includes an LED light to ensure visibility in low-lit areas. It comes with a 3/8-inch keyless chuck. The DDB180-02 is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.
Like all tools in Bosch's 18-volt line, this drill/driver can be used with either a Slim Pack battery (two included) or a 2.6-Ah BAT618 Fat Pack. If you're looking for a lighter-weight option, the Slim Pack is the perfect choice. If longer runtime is what you need, the Fat Pack will do the job.
Drill/driver; two 18-volt lithium-ion Slim Pack batteries (BAT607); 45-minute fast battery charger (BC630); double-sided Philips drive bit; storage clip; hard carrying case
I'd give 6 stars, absolutely awesome. The slightly off center LED doesn't bother me. Powerful, charges quickly and holds a charge for a long time. Absolutely great.Published 8 months ago by SP
Used almost 2 years, no issues at all. Very good quality, i like Bosch productsPublished 11 months ago by kaito
Very nice drill. Lightweight and powerful. The only glitch and a minor one at that is that the light doesn't aim toward the tip of the drilling site, which makes it pretty useless.Published 12 months ago by Roberto
Ultra light weight. Perfect for around-the-house jobs. There is so much storage in the case for boxes of screws, drill bits, etc.Published 12 months ago by Tony Cormier