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Hitachi KC18DCL 18-Volt Lithium Ion Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Combo Kit

by Hitachi

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Product Features

  • 3 Amp/Hr Batteries
  • Adjustable Belt hook with LED Light
  • 30 Day money back guarantee and 5 Year Warranty

Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberKC18DCL
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions49 x 34.5 x 18 cm
Item model numberKC18DCL
Voltage18
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces2
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Weight7.5 kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB001196NUK
Best Sellers Rank #21,765 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
Date First AvailableOct. 12 2011
  
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Hitachi KC18DCL Lithium-Ion Cordless 18-Volt Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Kit with Rechargeable Batteries and Universal Charger

Product Description

Features: -2 x HXP Li-ion battery producing extended run time, fade free power, 40% less weight and 3 times the power capacity of standardNi-Cd/Ni-Mh batteries. -The most powerful 18-Volt HXP Li-ion Hammer Drill on the market with 570 in/lbs of torque. -The WH18DL Impact Driver features 1,330 in/lbs of torque and weighs just 3.5 lbs. -Cross compatible charger for charging batteries ranging from 7.2V-18 Volts and for Ni-Cd, Ni-Mh, and HXP Li-ion battery platforms. -Ballistic Nylon Tool Bag provides tool storage and allows for easy transport -HXP Li-ion Technology Specifications: DV18DL Specifications: . No-Load speed 0-200/400/900/1800 Impact rate 0-21,600 Slip Clutch 22-stage Mode of Operation 3 Mode (Drilling, Driving, Hammer Drilling) Max Torque 570 in/lbs Single sleeve chuck Yes Ratcheting Lock chuck Yes Metal Chuck Yes Power Save Mode Yes Spindle Lock Yes Elastomer Grip Yes Belt Hook Yes LED Light Yes Battery type Yes Weight 4.9lbs WH18DL Specifications: . Max Torque 1330 in/lbs Drive 1/4" Hex No-Load Speed 0-2,600 RPM Impact Rate 0-3,200 BPM Belt Hook Yes LED Light Yes Overall Length 6-3/8" Weight 3.5 lbs


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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  23 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding combo Feb. 9 2009
By J - Published on Amazon.com
Ergonomic. Powerfull. 3 amp/hour batteries. Good warranty. I considered milwaukee, and makita before settling on this drill driver. I would buy this again and pick up 2 more for my family. The futuristic look is not my favorite but you get past it quick. Oh yeah, the driver is unbelievably handy. I was considering picking up one of the new micro-drivers to use on small projects but this driver is small enough to fit about anywhere, is light, and powerfull. I have used the driver twice as much as the drill so far. I just keep finding uses for it. The drill is well ballanced with a metal jacobs keyless chuck. About the only nock on these is the light built into the belt clip. Kinda gimicky but can help if you are in the dark. Would have been better to go conventional like the makita IMO. The bag is good as bags go but why not a real case? It can't add much cost if any and is a superior way to store powertools. I don't notice too much noise on the charger fan like others noted but to each his or her own. I would say that the makita drill felt a little bit better in my hand and has a better light. The driver feels the same in my hand as the makita, but the hitachi is rated for more torque. I just get the feeling that the hitachi is built a bit more robust than the makita. The warranty is three versus five favoring the hitachi. Oh yeah, price. This is a no-brainer if you get it anywhere near my price, US $200 shipped. WOW. I still think somebody made a mistake. About the milwaukee, it felt a bit cheap to me. Their new m18 series is rated for about 80 inch pounds more torque but it feels dinky in my hand. These batteries hold a long charge and I have used them extensively in cold weather (10-20 degree F) and have been impressed.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazingly wonderful tools!! Feb. 24 2008
By Eli Saravia - Published on Amazon.com
This set of two drills is an amazing set of drills. If you are looking for the best performing drills for just about any application, you have just found them. On a scale of 1 to 5, they deserve a 6! I have become a fan of these Hitachi drills ever since I was introduced to one of them a few months back. They can handle a lot of abuse and they just keep on working. Be prepared to have all your co-workers coming by to try and borrow them quite consistantly. I was one of them until I got my own. Now I'm the one lending them. Buy these and you will not regret it! Be prepared to fall in love.

If you are planning on buying this set, you should seriously consider spending about $70 more and buying them separately. Why? Well in the set you only get 2 batteries and 1 charger. If you buy them separately, you end up with 4 batteries and 2 chargers! A set of 2 spare batteries and 1 charger goes for $250, see this link:
Hitachi EBM1830-2-C (2) 18V 3.0 Ah HXP Lithium-Ion Batteries w/ UC18YRL 7.2V - 18V Ni-Cd / Ni-MH / Lithium-Ion Universal Battery Charger

I actually wish I would have figured this out before I ordered because I would love to have a couple of extra batteries and another charger, although it has not been an issue yet. The batteries actually hold up very well. But for ony $70 more, I would defenitely buy them separately.

My story:

I was first introduced to a Hitachi cordless impact drill at work a few months ago. Sadly during a weekend somebody walked off with it. It must have been the most used, and most barrowed, tool in the whole workplace. That was an older 12V version of it. I honeslty had never seen an impact wrench so small and so powerful. It took a couple of days for us to realize our beloved drill was not coming back.

I had already realized that at one point I was going to end up getting one of these for myself, so I had already done my research. I had decided that when the time would come I was going to get the WH18DL Impact Wrench which is the New 18V version of this wonderful little work horse. I had already started to like this set of two drills, which include the DV18DL Hammer DrillHitachi DV18DL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2-Inch Cordless Hammer Drill and also the Hitachi WH18DL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Impact Driver.

Well, the time came when we realized our baby was gone and whoever took it was not planning to bring it back. Could we blame that person? Thief!

I looked online and found the best price (by about $30) at another online store. However, their shipping charges came out to about $120, and they did not specify how long it would take for my order to be processed. I figured it could take a week before my order even ships out. I did not have 7, 10 or more days to wait for my tools to arrive.

Well I ordered it from Amazon. I paid $30 more for the drill set, but I saved about $70 dollars on shipping charges. Even better, I received them the following day at the worksite! The other online store was charging about $120 for UPS Ground. Amazon charged me about $50 for Overnight delivery. Not bad at all!

The drills have been used quite consistently. If I'm not using them, usually somebody else is. I should start renting them out to my co-workers.

The drills are loved by everyone who uses them. Everyone tells me how impressed they are! And of course, they all say they are going to go out and get one of their own. Get your own and stop bugging me! I am telling you, be prepared to have everybody coming around all the time trying to borrow them!! They are a thing of beauty.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Cordless Tools I Own Dec 28 2012
By B. Mcanally - Published on Amazon.com
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I have several Hitachi cordless tools and use them daily. Good construction, long battery life, The impact driver is a great addition to any cordless collection. Highly recommend.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great tool set July 2 2013
By Mike Bullough - Published on Amazon.com
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I did a lot of research before I bought this set. The 18 volt power pack gives this set plenty of power to get the job done. I would give it 5 stars except that I don't like the light. I would be much better if the light were mounted near the front of the drill instead of near the battery.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hitachi Hammers it home with Impact! Oct. 29 2011
By L. Yoshinaga - Published on Amazon.com
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Spent a few weeks contemplating replacement, Makita, Milwaukee, Dewalt, Bosch. I am facilitating a home build and got advise by carpenters and engineers on what their tool of choice brand they recommend. They predominantly use Makita & Dewalt. What sold me on the Hitachi Combo was the excellent reviews, latest 3.0 AH Lithium Ion batteries and their power, run time, durability and warranty. I also have and used a Hitachi Demolition saw, and it's a brute. Well I got to put the Hitachi DV18DL Hammer Drill thru it's paces at the job site and it performed flawless with tenacity and unrelenting power. Hammer drilled into retaining walls to set up form for garage foundation with ease, no power loss. Drill is ergonomically designed, fits well in my small hand, just a bit heavier than other brands but very manageable. Then I drilled nine 3/4" holes thru 2"x12" board for re-bar placement, the Hitachi did not break a sweat, motor was not even warm.

Showed combo kit to job site workers and they loved it, maybe because it was brand new or looked a bit like it came from a Transformer movie. One Heavy equipment operator tried it and declared the Hitachi as Contractor Grade performance and quality, ready for heavy duty use. I agree. Did not have chance to use the Impact Driver yet, I don't think I will be disappointed after my initial use of the Hammer drill.

Hitachi does hammer it home with impact in it's latest iteration of this Hammer drill.
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