• Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)
  • Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)
  • Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)
Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)
Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)
Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)

Dewalt 12 V Max Cordless Drill / Driver Kit, 3/8 Inch (Dcd710 S2)

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  • Tools/Cordless Power Tools
  • Made in: United States
  • Dimensions: 1 X 1 X 1
  • Maximum initial voltage on batteries (measured without a workload) is 12 volts, under a workload nominal voltage is 10.8
  • Compact, lightweight design fits into tight areas
  • Two-speed transmission for optimal speed and torque control
  • LED light provides visibility in dark areas
  • Belt hook included for portability

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My favorite tool This has become my favorite tool. Power is excellent and it's easy to vary the speed with the trigger. Note that there are other models that include a switch to change speeds. I don't feel I need this but I guess something to consider if you regularly work with softer materials, such as vinyl. 5Great drill for home projects, LED is pointless to unhelpful I've been a Dewalt fan since they hit the market almost 20 years ago. I've had or used the 18v and 14v for work, and had been using the 14v at home a few times. I realized the 14v is still more weight and power than I need for the wood and drywall projects I have at home so when it came time to buy my own home drill I went with this, wanting to keep the 3/8" chuck size- don't be tricked by the screw bit only version that is a bit cheaper.I love the balance of Dewalt's drills, a friend who does lots of light screw work (audio gear into 19" racks) recommended an alternate 12v drill, but I noticed it has the battery in the handle rather than below the handle. When using these sideways, or up above you I find the balance is way better with these end batteries, and the added size hasn't hindered me yet.First project was bolting some steel shelving into the wall in the garage (CA earthquake zone). Obviously it was fine pre drilling drywall and wood, and it had just enough torque for the 1/4x3" lag bolts I sent in. I still finished them off with a ratchet, but I'd want to anyway just to have a better sense of torque applied, somehow it feels very different with the drill. But the first 95% went pretty well. I was also pleased I did the whole project of about 12 wholes and lag bolts and only at the very end noticed the batter giving up some power, which to me was pretty good considering the energy it takes so send those bolts in the last inch.-1 star for the LED. On both this drill and the 14v, the LED is useless because the chuck blocks the light from the exact spot you are working on. It would be better placed on the batter pack area shining up. If anything it makes it harder to see because your eyes focus on the light and can't see into the shadow of the chuck. If you are using 3" or longer drill bits, maybe you the light would make it. 4Wrong product! Wrong product.I received a impact. No batteries or a charger. Very disappointed! 1Smaller Profile Dewalt Rechargeable Drill Great for Smaller Hands! I bought this drill because I have smaller hands and I hoped this smaller sized drill would be easier to handle, and I am not disappointed. I think I have had it for 6-8 weeks and it is still going strong on its first charge too. I had a larger Makita and it never had the smooth action of this Dewalt. I don't know that much about power tools, and may not be using the right term, but it has a lot of torque driving so I'm still trying to get the setting right for that sometimes, but it drills effortlessly. It is a great value with two rechargeable batteries, the fast charger (takes only a half hour), and a carry bag. 5Mediocre drill. Somewhat disappointed. Drill is certainly compact, comes with 2 batteries and a charging station that was easy to mount on a wall. Fits well in the hand and controls are easy to use.Irritating that it doesn't have a bit holder on it (but solvable using a 3rd party add-on). Power is acceptable considering the size.Battery life is a little disappointing. I can get maybe 20 or 25 2.5" screws into wood (also drilling a pilot hole) before it starts to die on me. I can only get a few 2.5" screws without a pilot hole before it taps out on me.Occasionally I have to really crank the chuck to get the bit to stay without slipping.Knowing what I know now, I would shop elsewhere for a drill this size, or spend a lot less money on a Ryobi or similar lower grade drill that would likely give me the same performance.PROS: SizeCONS: Battery life, price 3Still works like new 4 years later! This drill has many great features, 1. my favorite one is that I can put it away for a month or more and when I get it out it has plenty of charge remaining in it to get right to work. 2. I've had this model and its sister impact driver for four years now and it is still going strong. 3. The drill is light and compact, but has plenty of power. I've punched thousands of quarter-inch holes in 1/8th and thicker inch aluminum stock with it. 4. I get 2 hours of steady use out of a charge, The battery recharges in about an hour, so with two batteries you can work pretty close to non-stop. 5. So far I have absolutely no battery problems, there are no memory issues (as you would expect with lithium-ion) and I haven't noticed fall-off in performance so far.I am not a professional, this is strictly seasonal weekend work, but that includes many very long days of steady use. This is my go-to gift now for family members. 5My go to drill. I love this drill. It's powerful enough to do most tasks around the house. Batteries last quite a long time. It's super light and well balanced. I have a 20 volt Dewalt for the big jobs, but I liked this so much I bought a second one. The 12 volt impact driver and reciprocating saw work great as well. Bought that as a bundle at a local hardware store. Very happy with the purchase. Still going strong with no problems. Great price... buy it. 5Lightweight and dependable I wish DeWalt offered more tools in the 12v series. I have most of their larger tools but find myself reaching for these smaller tools for so many uses, especially when working overhead. The belt clips allow them to hang from your belt without a lot of excess weight. I ve had the drill driver with the quick change collet for a couple of years and absolutely love it for so many smaller jobs. Bought the drill for those times when I need a little more flexibility and it is the perfect solution when you do not need maximum torque or to use constantly through the day. 5DIY Homeowner I'm an amateur when it comes to tools and projects, hence me getting the 12 volt drill rather than a bigger friend. I was given an old NiCad 18 volt but the batteries were so terrible, I hated using it. This is my replacement for it!Pros:PERFECT size for home jobs. It's so much smaller and lighter than what I was used to, and can fit in smaller spaces more easily!!!TWO Lithium Ion batteries that seem to charge in a hurry!Light on the drill helps keep your target in sight, and you on targetComfy trigger and easy direction buttons (I'm changing on the fly with no hesitations or issues)Seems quieter to me than most other drills too, but I could be biased because of how much I like this one!Great battery life! I have had this drill for weeks and haven't even run down the first battery yet!Cons:The only thing I've thought of is that there's no groove or anything I've seen to store drill bits on the drill itself. Very minor.5 STARS!!! 5This is A Great Cordless Driver/Drill A couple of months ago my boss bought one of these Dewalt 12-volt drills for our shop. About 2 weeks ago I had a really big job to do installing dispensers in the new Army Reserve building at our base. With about 100 dispensers to install, I needed a drill that could do a heck of a lot of work involving both drilling holes, and putting in screws. Not only did this drill work flawlessly, it made the job far easier than would have been the case with my old Craftsman 14.4 volt cordless. Through all of those installations my battery never seemed to run out of juice. That definitely wouldn't have been the case with my old drill. As small, ergonomic, and light as this drill is, it also didn't tire my arm holding it for hours on end. I liked the drill so much that A few days ago I bought one for myself. That is the final word on what I think of this product. Had I any reservations about the quality of the drill I'd not have bought one for my own use. For the average homeowner this product will do what you need around the house with more than enough power, and with good enough battery life that you won't be swapping out the battery every hour or two. Get one for yourself; you won't be disappointed. 5
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My favorite tool This has become my favorite tool. Power is excellent and it's easy to vary the speed with the trigger. Note that there are other models that include a switch to change speeds. I don't feel I need this but I guess something to consider if you regularly work with softer materials, such as vinyl. 5Great drill for home projects, LED is pointless to unhelpful I've been a Dewalt fan since they hit the market almost 20 years ago. I've had or used the 18v and 14v for work, and had been using the 14v at home a few times. I realized the 14v is still more weight and power than I need for the wood and drywall projects I have at home so when it came time to buy my own home drill I went with this, wanting to keep the 3/8" chuck size- don't be tricked by the screw bit only version that is a bit cheaper.I love the balance of Dewalt's drills, a friend who does lots of light screw work (audio gear into 19" racks) recommended an alternate 12v drill, but I noticed it has the battery in the handle rather than below the handle. When using these sideways, or up above you I find the balance is way better with these end batteries, and the added size hasn't hindered me yet.First project was bolting some steel shelving into the wall in the garage (CA earthquake zone). Obviously it was fine pre drilling drywall and wood, and it had just enough torque for the 1/4x3" lag bolts I sent in. I still finished them off with a ratchet, but I'd want to anyway just to have a better sense of torque applied, somehow it feels very different with the drill. But the first 95% went pretty well. I was also pleased I did the whole project of about 12 wholes and lag bolts and only at the very end noticed the batter giving up some power, which to me was pretty good considering the energy it takes so send those bolts in the last inch.-1 star for the LED. On both this drill and the 14v, the LED is useless because the chuck blocks the light from the exact spot you are working on. It would be better placed on the batter pack area shining up. If anything it makes it harder to see because your eyes focus on the light and can't see into the shadow of the chuck. If you are using 3" or longer drill bits, maybe you the light would make it. 4Wrong product! Wrong product.I received a impact. No batteries or a charger. Very disappointed! 1Smaller Profile Dewalt Rechargeable Drill Great for Smaller Hands! I bought this drill because I have smaller hands and I hoped this smaller sized drill would be easier to handle, and I am not disappointed. I think I have had it for 6-8 weeks and it is still going strong on its first charge too. I had a larger Makita and it never had the smooth action of this Dewalt. I don't know that much about power tools, and may not be using the right term, but it has a lot of torque driving so I'm still trying to get the setting right for that sometimes, but it drills effortlessly. It is a great value with two rechargeable batteries, the fast charger (takes only a half hour), and a carry bag. 5Mediocre drill. Somewhat disappointed. Drill is certainly compact, comes with 2 batteries and a charging station that was easy to mount on a wall. Fits well in the hand and controls are easy to use.Irritating that it doesn't have a bit holder on it (but solvable using a 3rd party add-on). Power is acceptable considering the size.Battery life is a little disappointing. I can get maybe 20 or 25 2.5" screws into wood (also drilling a pilot hole) before it starts to die on me. I can only get a few 2.5" screws without a pilot hole before it taps out on me.Occasionally I have to really crank the chuck to get the bit to stay without slipping.Knowing what I know now, I would shop elsewhere for a drill this size, or spend a lot less money on a Ryobi or similar lower grade drill that would likely give me the same performance.PROS: SizeCONS: Battery life, price 3Still works like new 4 years later! This drill has many great features, 1. my favorite one is that I can put it away for a month or more and when I get it out it has plenty of charge remaining in it to get right to work. 2. I've had this model and its sister impact driver for four years now and it is still going strong. 3. The drill is light and compact, but has plenty of power. I've punched thousands of quarter-inch holes in 1/8th and thicker inch aluminum stock with it. 4. I get 2 hours of steady use out of a charge, The battery recharges in about an hour, so with two batteries you can work pretty close to non-stop. 5. So far I have absolutely no battery problems, there are no memory issues (as you would expect with lithium-ion) and I haven't noticed fall-off in performance so far.I am not a professional, this is strictly seasonal weekend work, but that includes many very long days of steady use. This is my go-to gift now for family members. 5My go to drill. I love this drill. It's powerful enough to do most tasks around the house. Batteries last quite a long time. It's super light and well balanced. I have a 20 volt Dewalt for the big jobs, but I liked this so much I bought a second one. The 12 volt impact driver and reciprocating saw work great as well. Bought that as a bundle at a local hardware store. Very happy with the purchase. Still going strong with no problems. Great price... buy it. 5Lightweight and dependable I wish DeWalt offered more tools in the 12v series. I have most of their larger tools but find myself reaching for these smaller tools for so many uses, especially when working overhead. The belt clips allow them to hang from your belt without a lot of excess weight. I ve had the drill driver with the quick change collet for a couple of years and absolutely love it for so many smaller jobs. Bought the drill for those times when I need a little more flexibility and it is the perfect solution when you do not need maximum torque or to use constantly through the day. 5DIY Homeowner I'm an amateur when it comes to tools and projects, hence me getting the 12 volt drill rather than a bigger friend. I was given an old NiCad 18 volt but the batteries were so terrible, I hated using it. This is my replacement for it!Pros:PERFECT size for home jobs. It's so much smaller and lighter than what I was used to, and can fit in smaller spaces more easily!!!TWO Lithium Ion batteries that seem to charge in a hurry!Light on the drill helps keep your target in sight, and you on targetComfy trigger and easy direction buttons (I'm changing on the fly with no hesitations or issues)Seems quieter to me than most other drills too, but I could be biased because of how much I like this one!Great battery life! I have had this drill for weeks and haven't even run down the first battery yet!Cons:The only thing I've thought of is that there's no groove or anything I've seen to store drill bits on the drill itself. Very minor.5 STARS!!! 5This is A Great Cordless Driver/Drill A couple of months ago my boss bought one of these Dewalt 12-volt drills for our shop. About 2 weeks ago I had a really big job to do installing dispensers in the new Army Reserve building at our base. With about 100 dispensers to install, I needed a drill that could do a heck of a lot of work involving both drilling holes, and putting in screws. Not only did this drill work flawlessly, it made the job far easier than would have been the case with my old Craftsman 14.4 volt cordless. Through all of those installations my battery never seemed to run out of juice. That definitely wouldn't have been the case with my old drill. As small, ergonomic, and light as this drill is, it also didn't tire my arm holding it for hours on end. I liked the drill so much that A few days ago I bought one for myself. That is the final word on what I think of this product. Had I any reservations about the quality of the drill I'd not have bought one for my own use. For the average homeowner this product will do what you need around the house with more than enough power, and with good enough battery life that you won't be swapping out the battery every hour or two. Get one for yourself; you won't be disappointed. 5
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