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12 Aug 2017
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Review: DEWALT DW920K-2 1/4 Inch 7.2 Volt Cordless Two-Position Screwdriver Kit


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Posted By Betsy P.

The DEWALT DW920K-2 1/4 Inch 7.2 Volt Cordless Two-Position Screwdriver Kit has a screwdriver that holds up when other ones don't. It can do the job that other screwdrivers can't. This is a must have tool for both home do-it-yourself tasks and professional jobs. You can work on small jobs (such as hanging cabinets) or you can use it for a complete remodeling job. With the specs this tool has, it's no wonder why it's a favorite to use. Start by taking a look at how much torque you get. This screwdriver delivers 80 inch-pounds of torque. Whatever you need fastened or tightened will get done with just the right amount of power for the job. Pre-drilling is easy through any material. You'll get 7.2 volts - and because every job doesn't need the same amount of rpm, you get a wide range of 0 to 500 rpm speed. You get a 15 range in torque settings, and since the user in control of the torque speed, you can pick the right speed for any job. Because you control the torque and speed, you'll have the power you need and you can do the job without worrying about stripping screws like some screwdrivers do. The Dewalt allows users to alter the position of the screwdriver handle from straight to an angle, so there won't be anymore uncomfortable straining at an awkward position. If you're bending to work on a cabinet hinge or lying flat on your back working beneath the sink with the two position adjustable handle, you can have the best angle. Bit changes aren't a problem with the easy spring release and fastening is a breeze with the handy reverse trigger switch. You get the ability to change the drive clutch quickly and a comfortable grip. Within the screwdriver kit, you get a spare battery along with the included charger, so you'll always be able to complete the job, even if you have to charge the battery. The kit also has a flathead and a Phillips bit in the kit so you don't need to purchase those separately. The hex shank lets users change these bits fast without having to deal with run out. It also has an electronic brake. Weighing only 3.5 pounds, it won't put too much weight on your wrists, so you'll be able to put in a full day's work. The tool is covered with a three-year warranty and comes with a free repair service for the first year.

Comments (5)

By Vincent B. on AUG 15 2017 @ 4:20PM

Don't forget that some WD-40 can go a long way in loosening tough nuts and screws.

By Luther L. on AUG 15 2017 @ 4:11PM

Definitely worth the time it can save for the few bucks that it costs!

By Andres F. on AUG 15 2017 @ 3:10PM

I've had the hardest time finding something like this, glad it exists.

By Xavier P. on AUG 15 2017 @ 11:04AM

The adjustable head on this makes it a must when you have hard to reach places.

By Patrick C. on AUG 13 2017 @ 5:14PM

I prefer to just use my drill for driving screws, but that's just me.

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