The new cordless tool kit includes Hitachi’s DS10DFL2 drill/driver and WH10DFL2 impact driver, which have been designed for comfortable use.
Both power tools feature a soft grip handle and an automatic LED light, which is trigger-operated and has been designed for use in confined spaces with poor visibility.
The new tools weigh 1kg each.
The DS10DFL2 drill/driver is suitable for high volume work with a drilling capacity of 29mm in wood and 10mm in metal.
The WH10DFL2 impact driver has a bolt capacity between M6 and M12 and provides a torque of 108Nm (hard).
This makes it equally as suitable for use in high volume work.
Two 1.5Ah Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have also been included within the kit to power the tools.
A UC10SL2 40 minute charger has been included to charge and power the batteries.
Find out more about Hitachi Power Tools’ new 10.8V cordless tool kit
Hitachi Power Tools (UK)
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