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18-20V cordless hammer drill with brushless motor and at least 2 batteries (220v charger)

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Jan 22, 2017
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18-20V cordless hammer drill with brushless motor and at least 2 batteries (220v charger)

Hello RFD,

I just returned a $150 Rockwell 20V cordless hammer drill with two 2Ah batteries as I found out after reading the manual that the charger input is rated at 120V (from the Hot Deals section).

I am looking for a similar hammer drill (with at least two batteries in the kit; can be 18v too), but having a brushless motor and 220v rated charger is a must as I will send the unit to a different country.

Anyone have any recommendation? I have read the old cordless hammer recommendation thread but have found nothing with similar specifications.

Thanks in advance.
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Deal Addict
Dec 17, 2007
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Alliston, ON
throwawayRFD wrote: Hello RFD,

I just returned a $150 Rockwell 20V cordless hammer drill with two 2Ah batteries as I found out after reading the manual that the charger input is rated at 120V (from the Hot Deals section).

I am looking for a similar hammer drill (with at least two batteries in the kit; can be 18v too), but having a brushless motor and 220v rated charger is a must as I will send the unit to a different country.

Anyone have any recommendation? I have read the old cordless hammer recommendation thread but have found nothing with similar specifications.

Thanks in advance.
You likely won't find a kit here that comes with a 220v charger. You'll have to buy the charger separately.

You can buy a Milwaukee M18 kit and buy the needed charger... https://www.jccayer.com/Milwaukee-C18C- ... arger/p/62

Or buy the tools from a European store and have it drop shipped to your final destination
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Feb 29, 2012
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Richmond
Very unlikely you will find a 220v or dual-voltage charger with any tool kit sold in Canada. You will either have to buy in Europe, or just use the 110v version with an adapter.
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Jr. Member
Jan 22, 2017
146 posts
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I repurchased the drill and the person overseas that I will gift this to will just have to settle with using a quality step up/step down transformer when charging.
Deal Guru
Jan 25, 2007
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Paris
throwawayRFD wrote: I repurchased the drill and the person overseas that I will gift this to will just have to settle with using a quality step up/step down transformer when charging.
Have you considered ordering from Amazon in their country? I do that all the time for friends overseas and even for Christmas gifts on east and west coasts.

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