Hitachi DS14DSFL 14.4-Volts Lithium-Ion 1.5 Amp Cordless Drill Driver

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Hitachi DS14DSFL Lithium-Ion Cordless 14.4-Volt Driver Drill with Flashlight, Case and Rechargeable Batteries Product Features Powered by a 1.5 amp Hour li-ion slide type battery for a steady level of power throughout the charge 50 percent lighter weight than traditional NiCd and NiMH batteries 300 inch-pounds of torque to drill and drive through materials with

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Hitachi DS14DSFL Lithium-Ion Cordless 14.4-Volt Driver Drill with Flashlight, Case and Rechargeable Batteries

Product Features

  • Powered by a 1.5 amp Hour li-ion slide type battery for a steady level of power throughout the charge
  • 50 percent lighter weight than traditional NiCd and NiMH batteries
  • 300 inch-pounds of torque to drill and drive through materials with ease
  • 22+1 stage adjustable clutch with 22 drive settings for optimal torque and 1 drill setting for increased control
  • 3/8-inch keyless chuck for quick tool-less bit changes and a metal belt hook for easy accessibility

Comments

bob fox says:

love this drill I looked at numerous drills and reviews before settling on this one. It was a great decision. I love this drill. It is perfect for the average homeowner projects. My former drill had a long chuck. This one is short, so the over-all length of the drill body and chuck is a nice size. The balance feels good in my hand. There is plenty of power for drilling wood; I have not had to drill through metal. The speed control is excellent and is finely controlled. The battery charge lasted what I thought…

Anonymous says:

the 14.4 volt hitachi cordless is well built,not to heavy, & has good balance. my first cordless drill was 14.4 volts & was powerful enough to do the big jobs. the lithium batteries are a big plus. unless you are planning TO DO A LOT OF HEAVY CONSTRUCTION this should be the only drill you will need. the inclusion of 2 batteries is good. never buy a cordless with just one battery. if the battery gives out you are dead in the water for the 45 minutes to an hour that it will take to re-charge.

Anonymous says:

Have not had the opportunity to use it as yet. Have charged the batteries and waiting to use either the drill or flashlight.

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