Dewalt Combi Hammer Drill

The Dewalt Combi Hammer Drill follows on to the DCD995. With a larger, better brushless motor that delivers up to 34% more power,  DeWalt increased the airflow to the engine, keeping it calm and at its best. It provides an improved high-speed automatic boiling speed for the users. The DEWDCD996N is fitted with a 3-speed gearbox that provides full blast and sprinkling control. You can have 38,250 blows a minute in gear three, while the chuck is 2.250 rpm in hammer mode.

A new 3-stage, bae-mounted LED light is also available. It’s 60 lumens high enough for a large area and still luminous enough for a torch alone. It has exceptional visibility. A robust transfer to the drill base is integrated into the luminosity control.


Both metals are more resistant to corrosion and tougher and prolong their longevity. Carbide inserts increase the power of the bit and mitigate decreased bit frustrations. Moreover, it has a 3-speed gearbox for a broader variety of use.  Big brushless engine up to 34% more than the previous iteration. Improved airflow to the engine makes things cold. Hammer feature increases speed to 2250rpm, giving an efficiency boost. Super light, base-mounted LEDs with 3 LEDs, ranging from 2.6 to 60 lumens

DeWalt’s most effective 18V XR Li-Ion XRP boiler driver. The high-speed transmission delivers 3 variable speeds so that consumers can select the appropriate level of output for various applications. The brushless DCD996 18V XRP Hammer Drill Driver is the second version of DEWALT. The new high-efficiency DCD996 engine is 26% power more than the DCD995.

The electronic clutch has a torque control in 11 positions, which can be modified to increase accuracy when spinning the screw. The Dewalt DCD996 for longer runtime and tool life as a dual-speed setting and all-metal transmission. For the Dewalt Combi hammer Drill, it makes a really smart investment. It has fast speeds compared with other labeled boxes in its class. Carbide inserts increase the strength of bit seizure and help mitigate bit frustrations. All types of drills  are easily available at

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