Dewalt DCD795M1 Review

Dewalt DCD795M1 Review – Combi drill from Dewalt

Dewalt DCD795M1 Review

Dewalt DCD795M1

The combi drill from Dewalt has a brushless motor which is ideal as its has up to 57% more run time than the standard brushed motor, get more diy jobs done without having to keep charging as often.

Built with highly-efficient brushless motors and the signature Dewalt XR batteries, the Dewalt DCD795M1 provides extreme power savings and unrivalled performance with a longer lifetime.

The 14.4 Watt brushless motor runs on an 18V 4.0Ah XR Lithium-Ion Battery. Featuring the latest compact hammer drill driver technology, the 2-speed Dewalt DCD795M1 motor delivers up to 2,000rpm at high setting and 600rpm in low setting. This is coupled with maximum impact rates of 34,000 and 10,200 beats per minute for high and low setting respectively in hammer mode. These are extremely efficient for any masonry work you might put the DCD795M1 to. The 3-jaw single sleeve keyless all-metal chunk has a drilling capacity of 13mm in both metal and concrete and 38mm in wood. It also has a chunk capacity of 1 to 13mm. The Dewalt DCD795M1 has 15 torque settings for different fastening preferences and provides a maximum torque of 23Nm in hard application and 60Nm in the soft application. An all-metal gearbox and chunk guaranteed a longer lifetime and increased run time on one recharge.

An inbuilt LED light with a 20s after-glow ensures that you can work in poor lighting without much strain. The battery of the DCD795M1 is fitted with a battery meter to monitor the power remaining in the battery during use. The 13mm keyless chunk makes the release of chunk bits easy and effortless. A belt clip, a heavy duty case and a magnetic clip holder make the drill very portable. Its lightweight and compact design, weighing only about 3.5 pounds(1.6kg) and with an overall length of 197mm, make the drill perfect for use in small or enclosed spaces. The ergonomic soft rubber design of the handle provides both comfort and perfect balance during application. An electric control brake also ensures you get the best precision.

The Dewalt DCD795M1 has several cons, key among them, the long charging time. The XR battery fully charges in about an hour. This would highly inconvenience a heavy user.

 

DeWalt DCD795M1 - Pros & Cons

Pros

Pros

  • 14 Adjustable Torque Positions
  • 1 x 4.0Ah Li-Ion Battery
  • 2 Speed Motor

Cons

Cons

  • 13mm Chuck size

 

 

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