Hammer drill or drill driver? Choose the one that’s best for you.
The two models have a number of similarities: they both have a lightweight design and a comfortable rubber handle to reduce user fatigue. There is a gear adjustment for slow or fast speed, with high or medium torque respectively which the user can select, depending on the job.
So what are the differences? Let’s start with the 18/40: it has a hammer function, so when you switch the dial from drill to hammer mode, instead of the chuck just rotating sideways, it hammers the bit forwards and backwards. This makes it far more effective at drilling into masonry. The 18/40 Impact drill driver is supplied with a battery and charger, as well as a carry case with an additional storage compartment and a 69-piece accessory kit.
This tool is supplied in a durable carry case with a comprehensive set of wood bits, nut setters, Phillips, torque, and Pozi bits. It features an 18V 2.0 Ah lithium-ion battery and a PowerX 3Amp charger that takes approximately 40 minutes to fully charge.
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