The OEM TOOLS 20V MAX Lithium-ion 1/2 Inch Brushless Drill is used for drilling holes, driving screws, and loosening or tightening various materials together with fasteners and other applications. The high-performance brushless motor in this cordless power drill provides extended runtimes, more torque, and increased durability. Our lithium ion portable power drill includes a fast charging station with charging status lights and an auto shut-off feature to prevent battery overcharge. The battery in this lithium ion drill stays ready to use after storage and resists self-discharge, and the charging station includes four (4) battery light indicators and a quick one-hour charge time. Our power drill set features a 21 + 1 torque clutch setting that can be adjusted as need for more or less torque. This compact handheld drill gun features an ergonomic design that provides better control, improved work quality, and more comfort. And the small size of this wireless drill makes it easier to work in tight spaces. This heavy duty cordless drill is also equipped with an LED work light that is trigger activated for ease and convenience, letting you work in low-light areas while reducing shadows for more visibility. Our cordless drill driver comes with all the power and outstanding functionality you need, making it one of the best hand power tools for getting the job done.
- Efficient Brushless Motor for Longer Run Time and Increased Durability
- Max. Torque: 310 In/Lb.
- Variable Speed: 0-600 RPM and 0-2,000 RPM
- 1/2" Keyless Jacobs® Chuck
- 2.0Ah Li-ion Battery
- Electric Brake Stops Rotation when Trigger is ReleasedIIDiagnostic Charger with Auto Shut-off Feature to Save Energy, Prevent Over-Charge and Enhance Battery Life
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