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DCD771 20v MAX* 1/2″ Drill Driver and DCF885 20v MAX* Impact Driver
DCS381 20v Max* Lith Recip Saw, and DCS393 20v MAX* Lith Circular Saw
DCS355 20v MAX* Lith Oscillating Tool, and DCL040 20v MAX* Lith LED Worklight
DCG412 20v MAX* Lith 4-1/2″ Grinder, DCR006 20v MAX* Lith Bluetooth Speaker, and DCD740 20v MAX* Lith 3/8″ Right Angle Drill
Includes 2) DCB203 20v MAX* XR Batteries (2.0AH)
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The DEWALT DCK940D2 20V MAX Lithium Ion 9-Tool Combo Kit contains all the tools you need for any/all projects! The DCD771 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 1/2″ Compact Drill Driver delivers 300 unit watts out (UWO) of power ability completing a wide range of applications. The DCF885 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 1/4″ impact driver features 3 LED lights with 20 second delay to provide visibility without shadows. The DCS381 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Reciprocating Saw with keyless blade clamp allows for quick blade change without touching blade or reciprocating shaft, and the DCS393 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Circular Saw with 6-1/2″ carbide blade can cut 2×4’s at a 45deg angle in a single pass. The DCS355 20V MAX* Lithium Ion Oscillating tool QUICK-CHANGE Accessory System allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches. The DCL040 20V MAX* Lithium Ion LED work light delivers 110 lumens of light output. The DCG412 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 4-1/2″ Grinder 7,000 RPM motor provides high power for cutting and grinding applications. The DCR006 20V MAX* Bluetooth Jobsite Speaker allows you to stream music wirelessless from your smart phone or tablet, and finally, the DCD740 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 3/8″” Right Angle Drill provides dual speed ranges (0-650/0-2000) rpm for increased user flexibility for a wide range of applications. Includes: 1) DCD771 Drill/Driver, 1) DCF885 1/4″ Impact Driver, 1) DCS381 Recip Saw, 1) DCS393 Circ Saw, 1) DCS355 Oscillating Tool, 1) DCL040 LED Worklight, 1) DCG412 Grinder, 1) DCR006 Bluetooth Speaker, 1) Right Angle Drill, 2) DCB203 20v MAX XR Batteries (2.0AH), charger, 6-1/2″ Saw Blade, Side Handle (DCG412), Wrench (DCG412), Universal Accessory Adapter.
|Item Weight||41.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 10 x 23 inches|
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|Item model number||DCK940D2|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Color||Yellow/Black Lithium Ion 9-Tool Combo Kit|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||9|
|Included Components||1) DCD771 Drill/Driver, 1) DCF885 1/4″ Impact Driver, 1) DCS381 Recip Saw, 1) DCS393 Circ Saw, 1) DCS355 Oscillating Tool, 1) DCL040 LED Worklight, 1) DCG412 Grinder, 1) DCR006 Bluetooth Speaker, 1) Right Angle Drill, 2) DCB203 20v MAX XR Batteries (2.0AH), charger, 6-1/2″ Saw Blade, Side Handle (DCG412), Wrench (DCG412), Universal Accessory Adapter.|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited warranty|
51 customer reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank|| |
#582 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||41.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Date First Available||December 3, 2015|
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April 6, 2018
A few things:
(DCR006) Radio: doesn’t charge tool batteries (HUGE let down). Also, doesn’t sound that great BUT the Bluetooth feature is a plus.
(DCS393) Circular saw: Though not flimsy, the shoe longevity does worry me in regards to droppage and transport in the provided tool bags. My DC390 has the magnesium shoe. ALSO, the DCS393 doesn’t come with a rip guide – I’m splitting hairs here but STILL.
(DCF885) Impact driver is fine though I actually feel that my 18v I.D. (DC825B) has a bit more power behind it.
(DCD771) Drill/driver: I knew kit came with the drill/driver, which is lame but I’d hoped it would be better than a mid-tier honey-do weekend warrior drill. Does what it is intended to do but a hammer drill would have made all the difference in this kit.
(DCL040) Worklight: surprisingly bright but I use a headlamp or a tactical flashlight that’s slightly bigger than a AAA battery anyways. Fluff/bloat tool.
(DCG412) Angle grinder: still tears through batteries but I appreciate the quick-change wheel nut and better placed spindle lock button. Construction feels sold also. I’ll probably continue to use my DW402 when an outlet is available.
(DCD740) Right angle drill/driver: I don’t use this too much however this thing has gotten me through in a pinch.
(DCS355) Oscillating tool: I have been using a FEIN Multimaster 250 Start FMM250 for a while and its fine but the snap-back on the blade release lever will ding the fingers if you’re not paying attention. The DeWalt DCS355 has a really-really convenient quick release lever and I love that. I also love the fact that it seems to take any brand of blade….so far.
(DCS381) Reciprocating saw: It does what it’s supposed to do; I don’t feel much difference from my DC385.
Personally, I’m on the fence with my satisfaction in regards to the DCK940D2 kit but leaning more towards unsatisfied. This kit is on the verge of chintzy with certain features like the circular saw shoe, inclusion of the drill/driver, continued inclusion of the awkward worklight and the fact that the sub-par sounding radio doesn’t charge tool batteries. Knowing what I know now, I would have gone with the DCK694P2 kit and purchased the right-angle drill/driver separate if needed. I would have been much happier if they’d deleted the worklight, drill/driver and radio and instead provided a hammer drill (DCD985B-like series) or a dual charger but that’s just me.
Hope this was a help.
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