Compare the Latest 15 Black and Decker Drill Drivers 2019
List of the latest Black and Decker drill drivers in chronological order (To compare any of the 15 models, just click their Add to compare button):
Considering its aggregate ranking of 92%, we conclude that the Black & Decker BDCDMT120C is currently Alphachooser's best Black and Decker drill driver 2019. Alphachooser also concludes that our sample of 718 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies calling it a "no-brainer best choice."
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The four latest Black and Decker 20v cordless drills (as of March, 2019)
Featuring a 3/8-inch chuck, an 8-hour usage time, but only 10 clutch settings, the Black and Decker BDCDMT120C drill driver boasts of its base that can be fitted with other Matrix interchangeable attachments, such as a hand saw, a sander, an impact driver, or a hedge trimmer, just to mention a few.
The Black and Decker BDCDE120C drill driver uses its automatic clutch to try and stop flush on most screws, while making use of a 3/8-inch chuck, an LED worklight, and a 20-volt lithium-ion battery that is also compatible with other 20V MAX power tools.
Coming in a bit on the heavy side with its 83.2-ounce weight, the 11-clutch-setting Black and Decker LDX220SBFC drill driver features two modes (high-torque and high-speed), a soft bag, and a lithium-ion battery that is also compatible with other 20V MAX series power tools.
Banking on a 3/8-inch chuck and a lithium-ion battery that is compatible with other 20V MAX power tools, the 24-clutch-setting Black and Decker BDC120VA100 drill driver arms itself to the teeth with its 100-piece assortment of drilling/driving accessories.
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Missing out on a carrying case and a battery (this is an old-fashioned corded drill), the Black and Decker DR260C takes on drilling tasks using a 5.2-amp motor, a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, an on-board bit storage, and a bubble level that is meant for more precise drilling.
Despite weighing a slightly-below-average 42.24 ounces, the Black and Decker BDCDD220C drill driver still takes an all-too-familiar stance, carrying 11 clutch settings, a 1500mAh battery, a high no-load RPM of 1400, and a motor with two speeds -- it also does not come with a storage case.
Armed with a 1/2inch single-sleeve chuck, a 2-speed motor, and an above-average 24 clutch settings, the Black and Decker BDCDHP220SB-2 cordless drill driver also comes with an extra lithium-ion battery that can be used by other power tools from the 20V MAX series.
While it scores some rather-high-end points with its 24 clutch settings, the Black and Decker GCO1200C does not seem to be most powerful drill driver out there, as its variable-speed motor can only churn out a below-average maximum torque of 150 inch-pounds.
Its 54-piece project kit might entice you, but the 11-clutch-setting Black and Decker LDX172C drill driver will probably disappoint power-hungry users with its 2-speed motor that only reaches a maximum torque of 60 inch-pounds.
Lacking a carrying case, the 2-year-warranty Black and Decker LDX120C cordless drill driver relies on a 3/8-inch keyless chuck, 11 clutch settings, an LED light, and a 20V MAX lithium-ion battery, which takes 180 to 240 minutes to charge.
Striking a pose with its 3/8-inch keyless chuck and a 2-speed motor that squeezes out 130 inch-pounds of torque, the Black and Decker SS12C cordless drill driver shoots for power and speed management with its Smart Select dial selector.
Entering the scene without offering a storage case, the Black and Decker GC960 drill driver keeps a somewhat-hefty profile with its 60.8-ounce weight while relying on a keyless chuck, a 9.6-volt nickel-cadmium battery, and a rather-top-tier 24 clutch settings.