cordless hammer drill, SHARE20V, 2.6 J, SDS Plus, BRUSHLESS, 20 V Li-ion, excluding battery and charger8791817
PROFI EXTOL INDUSTRIAL:
Tools designed for demanding or frequent activities of craftsmen:
+ all-metal chucks with locking mechanism for easy tool change.
+ high quality Li-ion battery with higher capacity
+ improved powerful motors for easier work
+ Precision head fits to reduce throwing and extend life
+ top quality all-metal gearboxes with long life
+ chargers designed for fast battery charging
+ as an added value the tools have led lighting and come in a hard case
EXTOL PREMIUM CRAFTSMANSHIP:
The Extol Premium Craftsman range offers powerful drilling screwdrivers that, thanks to their parameters, meet most of the demands placed on professional tools. They feature a two-speed planetary gearbox with safety clutch, a quality low-voltage permanent magnet motor and a high-capacity Li-ion battery.
+ The reliable Click-Lock quick-release chuck, quick charger and other superior features give these screwdrivers high utility value with excellent value for money.
HOBBY EXTOL CRAFT:
Extol Craft’s single-purpose and drilling cordless screwdrivers are excellent replacements for manual screwdrivers and drills in your workshop or home. Although their performance is roughly half that of Extol Premium models and therefore designed for shorter, less demanding jobs, they are characterized by their honest construction and represent the top of the hobby tools on the market today. If you take your time and love your tools, they will serve you well for a long time.
+ In this category you will appreciate not only the low price, but also the ergonomic design and the “bonuses” in the form of cases and additional accessories.
What is the difference between 18V and 20V Li-ion cordless tools?
None. It’s just a change of designation.
All 18V (20V) batteries (up to 2000mAh) are made up of 5 cells. Each charged cell has a voltage of approximately 3.6V under load and 4V without load. It follows that a charged 18V (20V) battery will have 18V under load and 20V without load. Previously, the EU specified the battery voltage at load, which is 18V, but now it is also possible to use 20V, which most manufacturers are moving to. This is the same for the other types of battery, 10.8V/12V and 14.4/16V or 16.6V, where these batteries are technically identical and differ only in the designation.