Makita 6339DWDE 14.4-Volt Ni-Cad 1/2-Inch Cordless Drill/Driver Kit was listed on Amazon for $376.00, selling for USD brand new. Manufactured by Makita. There are 1 units left brand new.
Some great features of this product include:
- Powerful 450 in.lbs. of torque.
- Two-piece D-31 motor with dual ball bearings for longer motor life.
- 16 torque settings plus drill mode.
- 3-speed gear selection (0-300, 0-600, 0-1,700rpm)
- New ergonomic design for comfort and less operator fatigue.
Includes 14.4V Cordless MXT™ 1/2-in 3-Speed Driver-Drill – 6339DWDE-R, (2) 14.4 Volt 2.6 Ah Ni-MH Batteries 1434 – 193158-3, Universal Charger, Phillips/Slotted Bit – 784637-8, Side Handle – 152624-9, Keyless Chuck – 763191-5, Battery Cover – 414938-7, Plastic Tool Case – 824534-7, Operating Manual
Tool size and volts don’t always tell you the whole story. Take this drill/driver, for example: It’s downright little, weighing in under 6 pounds, and it measures out at a tad over 9 inches. What a cute little drill, you say? Stand back – this cute little drill packs a monster 450 in./lbs. of ripping torque, more than a fair number of bigger, beefier drills we’ve had the pleasure of using. What’s not to love, with all that power tucked into such a small, light, easy-on-your-body package? And there’s awesome speed, too, with a three-tier system that offers 0 to 300 rpm in low range, 0 to 600 in mid-range and a top spread of 0 to 1,700 rpm in third speed, to suit whatever material you’re drilling or driving into. Sometimes, you may encounter a little resistance if you’re switching from low gear to high; if that happens, running the tool in mid-gear for a couple seconds completely alleviates any snag. We probably don’t have to tell you about Makita quality; their tools are made to last. The gear transmission here is all metal; the locking ratcheting chuck grabs bits like super glue; brushes are easily accessible for routine maintenance and reduced down time; the reversing switch has a center neutral position that functions as a lock-off for safety. They’ve even put a lot of thought into the design of the grip; it’s rubberized and feels great in hand. Even the balance is perfect. Whether you’re in the construction trade, an avid do-it-yourselfer or just looking to buy your first drill, you absolutely won’t regret buying this one. — Kris Jensen-Van HesteWhat’s in the Box Drill, two batteries, universal charger, Phillips/slotted bit, side handle, keyless chuck, battery cover, plastic tool case