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DCF680 screwdriver


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I gotta say, I've been using his for about a month, and I am impressed.

used it with a  socket today to do a hose clamp on a garden hose .... Very smooth.

on max setting it stopped, then I went to tweak it with a screwdriver as a test ..... NO BUENO !! , plenty tight enough ...

i only use this at home so I can't speak to the longevity of extreme use, but I'm convinced. Just give it a learning curve for he gyro, & you are all set !!!!

I am just a happy Yellow camper ???

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7 hours ago, JimboS1ice said:

Bought it on a Amazon warehouse deal, they sent the screw driver, the charger and a 20v battery instead of an 8v battery... Didn't quite fit

Jimbo

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Maybe you can use your new scroll saw to cut the 20v battery down just a pinch ?

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I gotta say, I've been using his for about a month, and I am impressed.

used it with a  socket today to do a hose clamp on a garden hose .... Very smooth.

on max setting it stopped, then I went to tweak it with a screwdriver as a test ..... NO BUENO !! , plenty tight enough ...

i only use this at home so I can't speak to the longevity of extreme use, but I'm convinced. Just give it a learning curve for he gyro, & you are all set !!!!

I am just a happy Yellow camper [emoji41][emoji41][emoji41]

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They're awesome! I managed to pick up three that were returns at my local big box. They must have returned thinking they didn't work because they didn't realize the gyroscopic technology. I really like them because of the locking drive. So if the motor isn't powerful enough to get that last 1/4 or half turn, crank down like a manual screwdriver and you're all set.

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I've had mine for over a year, I've been in the process of changing all electrical outlets and light switches in my house. It's worked great, the light has been erratic hear lately but still works right 95% of the time. I also picked up the 8v flash light which has been super handy too. I doubt dewalt comes out with more but I'd love a few smaller items in the 8v line

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