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20V MAX Compact XR Brushless Li-Ion 1/2" Cordless Drill/ Driver, Bare Tool
- Item # 21RV41
- Mfr. Model # DCD790B
- UNSPSC # 27112710
- Catalog Page # 950
- Shipping Weight 3.0 lbs.
- Item Cordless Drill/ Driver
- Voltage 20.0
- Battery Included / Bare Tool Bare Tool
- Number of Batteries 0
- Series 20V MAX Compact XR Brushless
- Chuck Size 1/2"
- Brushless Motor Yes
- No Load RPM 0 to 2000
- Max. Power 360UWO
- Max. Torque 360 in.-lb.
- Transmission 2 Speed
- Clutch Style 15 Position Adjustable
- Handle Type Pistol
- Battery Included No
- Battery Pack Replacement 21RV46
- Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
- Chuck Keyless
- Tool Length 7"
- Tool Weight 2.6 lb.
- Includes Drill/Driver, Belt Hook, Bit Holder
Compliance and Restrictions
- TYPE 1,
Item # 21RV40DEWALT
Sale Price $219.00 / each Offer Ends 12/31/15
Price $292.25 / each
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