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The DeWalt DC927KL is the least powerful member of its line, running at 426 unit watts.

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Pros

battery delivers full power right up to the point of shutdown, doesn't let you do a poor job driving a screw at half-power

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enough power to drill into concrete and other hard surfaces

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well balanced tool, makes it much easier to handle

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combines a lot of functions into one tool, very handy

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Cons

fairly heavy, can wear you out a bit at the end of the day

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each job is slightly more awkward than if using a tool dedicated to that one thing

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a number of quality-control issues are reported with this model requiring repairs under warranty

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 The DeWalt DC927KL is the least powerful member of its line, running at 426 unit watts. It is a 1/2" 18V cordless hammerdrill that comes with an anti-slip comfort grip to improve the consumer's control over the device and decrease strain when using it for long periods of time. It uses a NANO phosphate lithium ion cell for a battery that can be recharged up to 2,000 times and comes with a 1/2", heavy duty, self-tightening chuck. The DeWalt DC927KL has a transmision that is completely made out of metal and comes with three speeds so the consumer can match the speed of the device to the work at hand. 

Features
  • 425 watts
  • NANO-phosphate lithium ion cells
  • 2,000 recharges
  • 3-speed, all-metal transmission
  • 1/2" self-tightening chuck
  • Anti-slip comfort grip
  • 1 hour charger
  • Heavy-duty kit box
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