DeWalt introduced a new cordless tool platform - the 20-volt Max lithium-ion system - to members of the woodworking media at its Stanley Black & Decker University facility in Towson, Md.
The system includes a compact drill/driver (model DCD780C2), premium drill/driver (DCD980L2), two impact drivers (DCF885C2 and DCF885L2), compact hammer drill (DCD785C2), premium hammer drill (DCD985L2), reciprocating saw (DCS380L1), circular saw (DCS391L1), SDS rotary hammer (DCH213L2), right-angle drill (DCD740C1) and work light (DCL040).
“We are dedicated to continually optimizing our tools so that they meet the needs of professionals in a variety of trades. As part of our 20-volt Max development process, we conducted extensive research and uncovered a need for cordless tools that offer performance in a compact, lightweight profile,” said Chris Keffer, DeWalt’s director of marketing.
“We designed the new 20-volt Max lithium-ion line to surpass professionals’ expectations and address the need for tools that have the power to withstand rigorous jobsite applications, while also providing comfort and ease of use.”
The new tools will be available in September.