Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery)

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Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery)

Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery)

  • Industrial grade 2-piece motor with up to 814 in-lbs of torque to handle the toughest jobs
  • Single sleeve ratcheting 1/2″ metal keyless chuck with carbide jaw inserts for maximum bit grip and convenient swap-outs
  • 22-position clutch with drill and hammer drill modes for properly matching the torque to the application
  • Aluminum gear case for maximum durability and strength
  • Metal belt hook keeps the tool close at hand
  • Bright LED light for increased visibility in enclosed work spaces
  • Externally accessible carbon brush for quick and easy maintenance
  • Lightweight at only 4.8 lbs
  • Recommended battery – 335791, Recommended charger – UC18YKSL
  • Covered by Hitachi’s Lifetime Lithium Ion tool warranty

Built with a heavy-duty, industrial grade 2-piece motor, the DV18DSDLP4 hammer drill is able to handle just about any task like boring large holes into wood, drilling into concrete or driving lag bolts, yet its 22-position clutch allow the user to adapt to low torque applications such as hardware installation or furniture assembly.

List Price: $ 146.89

Price: $ 119.98

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  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent tool., July 6, 2014
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    This review is from: Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Hardware)
    Great drill for industrial use. We use these for work pretty much everyday mainly for driving self drilling screws into 2mm steel to 150mm 14G wood screws into wood. We have used Makita's and Dewalts but the Hitachi lasts longer than any of these. The gearboxes are quite robust which was one of the things that failed in the Makitas. The brushless versions of these are preferred by our installers as they spin faster but all of them had to go back for repairs at least once for trigger failures while still under warranty. This brush version seems to last longer and is cheaper in comparison to the brushless ones.
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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Built To Last, January 15, 2016
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    L. Hoffman (Pennsylvania, USA) -
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    This review is from: Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Hardware)
    I've owned a Hitachi DS18DSAL 18 V 1/2 In. Lithium‑Ion Compact Pro Drill for about 6 years now and I cant break it. I use it a lot and It still works great but I bought this one because it has the hammer drill feature and it will use the same batteries as the DSAL. It's heavy like a Milwaukee but at half the price. This thing rules!
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    L. Hoffman2018-01-11 16:46 Reply
  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars Tough one, October 25, 2017
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    This review is from: Hitachi DV18DSDLP4 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Hardware)
    Have 4 18v dsal broke every one from abuse but this sucker is tough i even accidentally ran over it with a Kubota excavator and didn't brake it this is a great tool
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