Includes 1/2" drill/driver, 1/4" impact driver, two 20-volt max Li-ion 1.5Ah battery packs, fast charger, 2 belt hooks, bit holder and kit bag 20-volt max 1/4" impact driver features 3 LED lights with a 20-second delay to provide visibility without shadows 20-volt max 1/2" drill/driver features 2-speed transmission (0-600/0-2,000) Compact size and lightweight design allows the user to get into tight spaces when performing applications Ergonomic handle delivers comfort and control Initial battery voltage = 20-volts, nominal voltage = 18-volts DeWalt 20V DCF885 1/4" Impact Driver DeWalt 20V DCD780 1/2" Compact Drill Driver 2x 20V 1.5Ah Lithium Ion Battery Packs + Charger Kit Box + Belt Hooks Hope this might help someone. Thank you for reading.
The 20V is just marketing, these are 5s batteries and so the voltage on them is anywhere from 21V (fresh off the charger)to 15V(needs charging). The discharge curve quickly decreases, especially in devices such as drills, and has a period of discharge where it only decreases a little bit. This is ~3.8 to 3.6. 3.6V x 5 = 18V, and that is why they are called 18V batteries/drills. When you see stuff like 20V you are being lied to; it would be like calling a car battery 14V.
Dewalt is owned by Black and Decker. Black and Decker looks to cut cost, resulting in lower quality Dewalt tools. Might be better off getting Porter cable tools for alittle cheaper, same company, same factory made
Stanley Black & Decker is one company and their products include - Dewalt, Black & Decker, Porter Cable, Stanely, Bostitch among others. http://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/products-services/our-brands The 20v is Dewalt's new marketing to avoid confusing these batteries with the old 18v batteries. Both batteries are 18v, only difference is how they are inserted into the tools. The new batteries are not compatible with the old 18v tools.
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