This is easily one of the most powerful hammerdrills on the market, packing 500 inch-pounds of torque and tackling the largest holes and heaviest screws. Whether you're going into studs or concrete, you'll appreciate the patented three-speed transmission that delivers an amazing 2,000 rpm at its max. In hammerdrill mode, get ready to be impressed with the speed you drill into concrete and other masonry at 34,000 blows per minute. Every inch of this tool is quality, from the 1/2-inch metal ratcheting chuck and its carbide jaws to the super-comfortable grip and beefy extended-life XRP 18-volt battery. Balance in hand is awesome, and the 360-degree auxiliary handle adjusts easily to just the right position.
The DC385 recip saw's keyless blade clamp wins points in our book for fast blade changes. And talk about fastówith its one-inch stroke length, it runs at 2,900 strokes per minute. Like the drill, it's well-balanced and feels good in hand. It's compact, lightweight and offers great cutline visibility through the pivoting shoe's open top. Plus, we like that the blade will reverse for flush and plunge cutting.
The circular saw slices into 2x4s like butter,
and you can always see your cut because the blade's
on the left. Bevel cuts are no sweat; the saw is
easy to adjust and the scale's clear. The jig saw's
got some great features, the best of which is a
keyless shoe that slides back and forth for cutting
flush in tight spaces. The grip is super
comfortable, and we like that you can choose between
two orbital settings for quick, accurate cuts in
soft stock and a straight setting for metal and
other hard material. You'll love the built-in dust
blower that keeps your sightline clear. The
floodlight's handy, too, especially with its
flexible neck for illumination in just about any
direction. It's a great package deal.--Kris
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