Cordless Power Tools 5 Piece Combo Kit Drill/Fan/Impact Driver – Pro Series



3/8 inch Cordless Drill:
Variable 2-speed drill 550-1,700 RPM
LED light on base illuminates the work area
Keyless chuck for one handed bit change
Lightweight and ergonomic handle, with belt clip and handle strap
250 inch/pounds of torque
19 plus 1 torque settings
Forward/reverse switch
Drill weighs 2.8 lbs, 2.0 lbs without battery
Drill measures: 8.75 H x 3W x 8.0L1/4 inch cordless Impact Driver:
Variable speed control
Forward/reverse rotation and lock control
LED light on base illuminates the work area
Keyless chuck for one handed bit change
Lightweight and ergonomic handle, with belt clip and handle strap
Max torque 110Nm, no-load speed 0-2600/min, impact rate 0-3400t/min
Drive weights 2,7 lbs, 1.8 lbs without battery
Driver measures: 8.75 H x 3W x 6.5LCordless Fan:
Hangable design with hook on base of fan
Fan head swivels up and down 90 degrees
Run time up to 5 hours
3 speed fan with push button settings
Air Volume 180 CFM/240 CFM/270 CFM
Rated Speed 1200 RPM / 1500 RPM / 1700 RPM
Fan blade measures 7 inches wide
Fan measures 11W x 10H x 8D inches overall
Fan weighs 2.15 lbs, 1.3 lbs without batteryBattery and Charger:
Quick charger can fully charge 20V battery in 60 minutes
Charger voltage 100-240V, 50-60Hz, 60W, 2.3A, 2.0A charging current
Battery rated voltage 20V (Li-ion battery)
5 ft power cord on charging base
Battery weighs 13.2 oz, charger weighs 13.6 oz, combined weight 1.66 lbs
Battery charge combo measures 4.5H x 4.25W x 5.5D inches

200 in stock

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The 5 Piece Cordless Combo Kit includes the most popular tools you need! The Kit includes a 3/8 inch Drill, a 1/4 inch Impact Driver, and a 3-Speed Cordless Fan. Plus, a 20V Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery and Charger Set are included. They provide the power needed to complete a range of projects on the job site or around the house.
Features shared by the 5 Piece Cordless Combo Kit includes 20 Volt Drill and Driver Set include a keyless chuck to make changing bits easy and a LED on the base to illuminate the work area. Compact, lightweight and ergonomic handles with belt clips and straps on the handle make these drill and driver easy to use.
The variable two speed 3/8 inch Cordless Drill features a keyless chuck, 250 lbs of torque, a forward and reverse switch and 19 plus 1 torque settings. The variable speed 1/4 inch Cordless Impact Driver features variable speed, lock control and a max torque of 110Nm. A quick charge base can fully charge the Pro-Series 20 Volt Lithium Ion Battery in just an hour.
The Pro-Series 3-Speed Cordless Fan can be set up anywhere to keep the air moving and the area cooler. With a 3 speed fan head that swivels up and down, and a hook on the base to hang, the Li-ion battery-operated fan can move up to 270CFM of air on the highest setting.


Using an electric drill is a straightforward process. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use one:

  1. Select the appropriate drill bit: Determine the type and size of drill bit required for your specific task. Common types include twist bits for general drilling, spade bits for larger holes, and masonry bits for drilling into concrete or stone.
  2. Prepare the drill: Ensure the drill is in good working condition and the battery or power cord is properly connected. If using a corded drill, make sure it is plugged into a power source.
  3. Adjust the drill settings: Most electric drills have adjustable speed and torque settings. Set the speed and torque according to the material you are drilling into. Lower speeds are suitable for harder materials, while higher speeds work well for softer materials.
  4. Secure the workpiece: If possible, secure the workpiece using clamps or a vice to prevent it from moving during drilling. This ensures accuracy and safety.
  5. Grip the drill correctly: Hold the drill with one hand on the handle and the other hand on the front of the drill, near the chuck. Maintain a firm grip while keeping your fingers away from the moving parts.
  6. Align the drill bit: Position the tip of the drill bit precisely on the spot where you want to drill. Use a pencil or marker to mark the drilling point if necessary.
  7. Apply gentle pressure: Apply steady, even pressure to the drill as you start the drilling process. Let the drill do the work and avoid exerting excessive force, as this can damage the bit or cause the drill to slip.
  8. Start drilling: Depress the trigger or power button to activate the drill. Begin drilling slowly to create a small indentation in the material. Once the indentation is formed, increase the speed gradually and continue drilling.
  9. Maintain control: Keep the drill perpendicular to the surface to ensure straight holes. Maintain a steady hand and avoid tilting or angling the drill, which can cause the bit to bind or break.
  10. Clear debris: Periodically stop drilling to clear away debris and dust from the hole. This can be done by withdrawing the drill slightly or using a blower or brush.
  11. Finish drilling: Continue drilling until the desired depth is reached or the hole is complete. Release the trigger or power button to stop the drill.
  12. Remove the drill bit: Once drilling is complete, turn off the drill and carefully remove the drill bit from the chuck. Some drills may have a release button or key to facilitate easy bit removal.

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