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Product Details

Compact combi designed to be short enough for working in confined spaces.
• 90min charger
• Brushless motor
• 13mm metal keyless chuck
• 22 torque settings

Supplied with carry case and driver bit. Max drilling capacity: brick 13mm, steel 13mm, wood 50mm. Maximum torque: 70Nm. No load speed: 0-400/0-1,800rpm. Weight: 1.7kg



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Technical Specification
Brand Hitachi
Manufacture ID DV18DBFL2/JM1
Voltage 18
Power Source / Cordless Cordless
Batteries Included 1 x 3.0Ah
Brushed or Brushless Brushless
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Reviews
Hitachi DV18DBFL2 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Combi Drill 1 x 3.0Ah is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap Holes from a great brand Great drill - Bought it because I needed a new battery so cheap as chips :-)
Date published: 2019-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does everything I need. I bought this to replace a cheap JCB cordless drill that served me well for several years. The Hitachi feels much more solid and easier to control. Ideal product as far as I'm concerned. Not likely to need anything more as I only need to use it occasionally.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great very good for weight it will go well with the rest of my 18 v hitachi equipment
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality tool Purchased this to replace hitachi tools I’ve had and used for six years but this tool has been taken back for refund as the Chuck is a twist lock but after triggering tool on and off while drilling the Chuck came in locked and bit was loose, I tried the two new ones on the shelf and they both had the same issue so got a refund. I used this new tool no different to my two older twist lock chucks and found my old hitachi tools performed perfect Maybe the new brushless tool has a manufacturing defect that needs addressing ASAP as I’m a hitachi tool person and have been very disappointed with this new tool
Date published: 2019-03-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great drill dodgy batteries Bought this drill as I liked the look of it and the features that it had and seemed good value for the price, however after getting home and unpacking the drill,I realised that the battery was faulty after returning the drill the next day for another drill and battery the same problem, I done a search on google and found out that this problem was wide spread, all the battery’s for this drill were not charging, on inspecting the date on the battery had a manufacturers date of 2017, so I guess that these battery’s/drills had been lying around in a whatehouse for the past 18 months and the battery’s had depleted and were in chargeable, I further found out that hundreds of these drills had been returned but still they were being resold not good, in the end I got a refund and bought a drill from another company
Date published: 2019-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent combi drill I will recommend this drill to everyone
Date published: 2019-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact size with big performance I wanted a cordless drill with hammer action and ordered this while on offer. It's my first 18V tool from a pro brand and I reckon any DIYer looking to step up is going to love the power and quality. So far looking like money well spent.
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light for the power it has, comfortable, brushless Bought this set (DV18DBFL2) with the 2x 3Ah batteries. It was the cheapest 18V drill on the market from a reputable brand, brush-less motor and a pair of more-than 2AH batteries. I have not owned or used a 18V cordless drill so far - so have not really something similar to compare it to other that corded hammer-drills and 10.8/12V cordless ones. But I will share my thoughts after a month and so everyday-use so far: We have a small cabinet and kitchen producing workshop in England and after the last corded drill gave up the spirit - we decided to try replace it wit a cordless one. I was wondering between this one and the bigger brother, the Hitachi DV18DBXL, the latter having twice the torque (136Nm against 70Nm hard torque). But considering that we use it in the workshop mostly for drilling wood - I decided to go for the smaller and lighter one and I don't regret it so far. I have tried in hand the bigger models form Hitachi, Dewalt and Makita - and the difference in weight is noticeable. If you use it often during the day - this one would be more comfortable and cause less fatigue. It has a very slim grip and is really comfortable to use. The all metal chuck fells and looks good too and does not have any noticeable wobble. The brush-less motor does not emit the familiar carbon smell of the brushed ones after heavy use and one can see no sparks inside :). If I compare it to a corded hammer drill - this Hitachi is a pleasure to use, it's weight is very balanced (not front-heavy as the corded hammer-drills are) and you can drill holes all day long with one hand, not caring about cables, socket location in the workshop or wrist and hand fatigue. It's 1800RPMs are not the 3-4000RPMs of the corded ones and it is quite noticeable, for harder surfaces I suppose it would lack. I have used it as a screwdriver for driving screws and it functions quite well, fast and accurate with the clutch-settings It's just that it is still a bit heavy for this task if you use it often for screws I think. I much prefer the 12V Bosh smaller ones for screwing, for putting screws in wood they work perfect. The 18V Hitachi is much better and useful as a drill than a 10.8/12V ones though, the power and torque is noticeably more. We did use it as a real drill with the hammer function - setting for drilling masonry on a kitchen-fitting that we did recently - and it did the job excellent. The charger it comes with is really light - so light that it looks suspicious what is in there...but it charges the batteries fine so far. One thing that confused me at the beginning - was that the two-indications for the battery charge on the device go off one by one pretty quick. It took me some time to figure out that even when they both go flat - there is still some 50% or more juice in it, I thought initially that it is only 10-15%, but it is not the case. Also - I think that when new - after a few charges the batteries start keeping longer. It is something that I have read in the reviews - that this two-bar battery system on the Hitachi-tools is somewhat unreliable and uninformative, compared to the marks on the other brands. So far - so good with this Hitachi.
Date published: 2018-11-25
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