dewalt dcd710d2 review

Dewalt DCD710D2 Review – 10.8v XR Drill Driver

dewalt dcd710d2 review

Dewalt DCD710D2 Review

The DCD710D2 is yet another compact and lightweight tool from Dewalt for your drilling needs.  It features two-speed transmission for optimal speed and torque control, which gives you all the power you need. It has convenient features like a radially mounted LED that eliminates work area shadows, a belt clip for stronger storage solutions and multiple torque settings. Measuring 7.5’’ in length, the Dewalt 3/8-inch drill driver is designed to fit into small spaces where traditional drill and drivers don’t. Thanks to this, you can get straight penetration while avoiding damaging bits from attempting to drive from peculiar angles. Its length means you can apply maximum leverage, enabling you to get the most out of its 189-unit-watt output.

The driver weighs only 2.4 pounds, evenly distributed between its compact battery pack and ergonomic body making it easy to lift, carry around and handle. The 15-position clutch works together with the two-speed gearbox to give you the precise amount of torque delivered in a way best suited to your application. For additional ease of use, a built-in belt clip is added and a belt hook for increased portability. It gives you total control over speed which you can vary as you need, depending on the nature of your application. A simple switch shifts between forward and reverse modes, adding to the list of user-friendly features.

The drill/drill driver comes with two 10.8V Li-ion battery packs, with a short charge time between 30 minutes and one hour. Like all Dewalt products, it comes with a three years limited manufacturer’s warranty. Additionally, you enjoy a one-year free service contract. The tool is sold with two Li-ion battery packs, its charger and a belt clip included, saving you the extra cost of buying additional separate parts before you get to work.

 

DeWalt DCD710D2 - Pros & Cons

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Pros

  • 2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries
  • 2 Speed Motor
  • 15 Adjustable Torque Positions

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Cons

  • None

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