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DEWALT DCF887B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion Brushless 0.25″ 3-Speed Impact Driver

The DEWALT DCF887B 20V MAX XR Li-ion Brushless 1/4″ 3-Speed Impact Driver Bare tool features a DEWALT built brushless motor. This impact driver has 3-speed settings for optimized application versatility, along with Precision Drive in speed 1 for precision applications and added control. It offers three (3) LED lights with 20 second delay after trigger release to provide visibility without shadows. It also allows for one-handed loading 1/4″ hex chuck with easy grip sleeve, and accepts 1″ bit tips. This unit has a compact and lightweight design to fit into tight areas (2 mm shorter than the previous DCF886). Includes belt clip. This is a bare tool item – battery sold separately.

Product Features

  • DEWALT built brushless motor, Compact, lightweight design for tight spaces
  • Variable-speed trigger, no load speed 0 to 1000, 2800, 3250
  • 3-speed settings for versatility with Precision Drive for added control
  • (3) LED lights with 20 second delay after trigger release
  • No Battery Or Charger Included

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Comments

Anonymous says:

REALLY like the complete line of 20 volt brushless Dewalt tools REALLY like the complete line of 20 volt brushless Dewalt tools. I have the impact, drill and Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit in the 20v/Brushless products. I also have many of the 18 volt tools. I never knew how much I needed an Impact vs a normal drill until I had a chance to use one. This effortlessly drives in screws that would have twisted off or otherwise make very difficult to drive with conventional drill. It does a FANTASTIC job as an impact wrench driving large lags into hardwood…

Anonymous says:

Fantastic I used a cheap 12v impact driver and was surprised how well it worked on screws. I’ve always blew off these impacts because I had gotten used to using a drill. Nope, never again.I can drive a 4 inch screw right into a piece pressure treated lumber without any pilot holes or stripping the heads of the screw. I honestly thought this tool was strictly used as a 1/4in impact gun for nuts and bolts. I had absolutely no idea how mind blowing easy this impact drives screwa in and out. I…

Anonymous says:

Still my favorite power tool after more than a year of use! I love this driver so much I bought 3 of them (so far). Our crew uses them for almost everything, so I may buy more. We drive screws with it, drill holes, drive lag screws and tighten nuts onto carriage bolts. The get used so much, it’s the tool of choice when we’re building wheelchair ramps. The only time I prefer a drill to drill holes is when it’s a really big hole or I need a hammer drill for concrete. Small holes in the end of deck boards to prevent splitting are much easier with this…

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