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EXPIRED: $20.99 Evolv 18.0 Volt Cordless Drill/Driver +Free Store Pickup

Sears offers Evolv 18.0 Volt Cordless Drill/Driver for $20.99 (orig. $49.99) with free store pickup.

Product Description:
A simple, powerful and effective tool, this Craftsman Evolv 18.0 volt cordless drill driver takes precision driving, powerful drilling and user comfort, wherever it goes. Featuring a tight grabbing keyless chuck, it holds onto driver and drill bit easily, while the 24 tension setting clutch helps eliminate stripping and blow out with every use. Whether you’re piloting holes in soft woods or hard metal, the 0-1300 RPM variable speed trigger helps deliver just the speed you need for accuracy you can count on.
Not just powerful, but designed for hours of work, this 18.0 volt cordless drill driver deliver features an ergonomic design that’s easy to hold, while the NiCd battery is balanced with the motor to help prevent fatigue. Equipped with a powerful LED light and dual speed transmission that swaps between high speed and high torque in an instant, this drill/driver means business. Toss it in your tool kit, and take on your next job with the power of Craftsman.
  • Craftsman Evolv 18.0 volt cordless drill driver includes: Drill/driver, battery, charger and double ended driver bit
  • 24 tension selection clutch delivers just the right power for the job
  • Keyless chuck grabs tight and swaps fast
  • Ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand
  • 18v NiCd power delivers torque and speed
  • High torque (0-350 RPM) and high speed (0-1300 RPM) settings adjust quickly
  • Integrated electric brake stops spinning instantly
  • Backed by a 90 day/1 year warranty

Category: Tools & Home Improvement

Posted on 26 February 2016, 03:52 AM
Thomas R
Thomas R 29 Feb 2016, 1:34 PM
Wow this is ridiculous
Jim 26 Feb 2016, 2:28 PM
I wouldn't buy it for the sole purpose of the battery. Lithium ion is the way to go. The battery charges in 15 minutes when completely dead.
April Stancil
April Stancil 26 Feb 2016, 11:47 AM
Out of stock