|Manufacturer||Black & Decker|
|Item Weight||3.94 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.94 x 4 x 7.75 inches|
|Item model number||LD120VA|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||20V Drill/Driver Kit|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Torque||300 Inch Pounds|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Accessory Connection Type||3/8-inch Chuck|
|Switch Style||Trigger Switch|
|Included Components||LD120 drill, LB20 20V MAX Lithium Ion Battery, LCS20 Charger, Brad Point Drill Bits (6), 1 in. Screwdriving Bits (10), 2 in. Screwdriving Bits (9), Nut Drivers (4), Magnetic Bit Tip Holder (1)|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Warranty Description||2-Year Warranty|
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BLACK+DECKER 20V MAX Cordless Drill / Driver with 30-Piece Accessories (LD120VA)
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
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- Ideal for drilling through or screwing in wood, metal, and plastic, soft grip handle provides added comfort during use
- The lithium ion battery holds a charge for up to 18 months
- 30 accessories include drill and screw driving bits, nut drivers, and magnetic bit tip holder
- Kit also includes one 20 volt lithium ion battery and charger; Uses: Drilling through wood, metal, and plastic, screw driving though wood, metal, and plastic. RPM: 0 650 rpm
- Chuck size: 3/8 inch; Clutch setting: 24; Included components: LD120 20 volt max Lithium drill/driver, (1) LB20 20 volt max Lithium ion battery, (1) LCS20 charger, (6) brad point drill bits, (10) 1 inch screw driving bits, (9) 2 inch screw driving bits, (4) nut drivers, (1) magnetic bit tip holder; Power source: Cordless
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|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion|
|Included Components||LD120 drill, LB20 20V MAX Lithium Ion Battery, LCS20 Charger, Brad Point Drill Bits (6), 1 in. Screwdriving Bits (10), 2 in. Screwdriving Bits (9), Nut Drivers (4), Magnetic Bit Tip Holder (1)||BCD702 Drill/Driver; LBXR20 Battery; LCS1620 Charger; Screwdriving Bit||The Black & Decker Ldx120C Comes With One 20-Volt Max Lithium Drill/Driver, 1-Lbx20 20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Battery, 1-Lcs20 Charger, 1-Double-Ended Bit.||Avid Power MW316 Drill Driver Set comes with: ▪1 x Avid Power 20V cordless drill ▪1 x Lithium-ion battery ▪1 x Battery charger ▪10pcs HSS Steel Drill Bits - 1/8'',5/32'',11/64'',3/16'',1/4'' 10pcs driver bits ▪An extension bar for sticking on fastener ▪Magnetic flexible shaft ▪1 x User Manual Features with: ✔ 0-550 RPM Max Torque ✔ 15+1 Position Torque Settings ✔ 3/8'' Chuck Size ✔ Trigger-activated LED Light||20V Lithium Drill, 1-Lithium Ion Battery, 68 Hand Tools And Accessories, Carrying Bag|
|Item Dimensions||8.94 x 4.00 x 7.75 inches||—||10.63 x 3.69 x 8.50 inches||8.66 x 3.15 x 9.65 inches||19.50 x 3.63 x 13.63 inches|
|Power Source||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered|
|Voltage||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts||20 volts|
The Black and Decker LD120-VoltA 20-Volt Max Lithium Drill/Driver with 30 Accessories come with the Black and Decker 20-volt max Lithium Ion Battery. These batteries are always ready, holding a charge up to 18 months. This drill provides an extra level of control with a 24 position clutch that helps to prevent stripping and overdriving screws. It has a soft grip handle that provides added comfort during use and a light weight to prevent user fatigue. This drill is ideal for drilling and screwdriving through wood, metal, and plastic. The LD120-VoltA set includes: LD120 20-Volt MAX Lithium Drill/Driver, (1) LB20 20-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Battery, (1) LCS20 Charger, (6) Brad Point Drill Bits, (10) 1-Inch Screwdriving Bits, (9) 2-Inch Screwdriving Bits, (4) Nut Drivers, (1) Magnetic Bit Tip Holder and is backed by Black and Decker's 2 year limited warranty.
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I would consider myself to be an "around the houser" when it comes to using tools. I'm not doing any voluntary DIY projects, but hanging pictures, fixing door handles, putting together furniture (you get the picture) is normal for me.
After reading through different reviews on Amazon and watching youtube videos I decided on the Black and Decker and I'm very happy with my purchase.
- The battery life is great, I've never done anything where I needed to stop halfway through to charge the battery (plus you can get spares). I think another reviewer said it lasted him around 4 hours.
- The torque is great. I've never had one problem drilling or removing screws.
- Hard to explain, but I feel as if I have more control over the speed / power im putting out vs my old dewalt drill.
- Relatively lightweight and ergonomically designed.
- The accessories are decent. The bits seem like cheapish steel to me, but the assortment is nice to have / I saw it as a bonus anyways.
- There are no glaring cons, assuming the fact that you treat this like the starter kit it is. But It's not the most powerful drill, isn't the most complete kit, doesn't come with a drill case or bag, etc.
The one thing I didn't realize was they didn't include any allen bits, which stinks because I specifically bought the drill to put together an IKEA desk. (which I find very odd as they included Robertson bits) As a side note, I ended up getting the baker and bolt allen bits and they are incredible quality. https://www.amazon.com/Baker-Bolt-Wrench-COMPLETE-Magnetic/dp/B07GVSV5R7/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=baker+and+bolt&qid=1576546921&sr=8-2 - I highly recommend those too.
All in all, this is a great drill kit for the value. I give it a 5/5.
batteries for back-up. (never needed to use them).
I have been pleasantly surprised at the torque power. The battery lasted over 4 hours, and was going strong when I had finished my project.
This drill is not meant to build a house, but it sure is an excellent tool to have to do jobs around the house.
The added bits are nice too.
You won't be disappointed.
I did notice that the drill can get quite hot. I read a few reviews that say units burn out. I think if you do not pay attention here you can kill the drill if you are not careful, the good news is, it does not get hot often, and when it does it does not take long for it to cool back down with the way the vents are set up.
My advice is - if you want something really heavy duty you may want to get a brand better known for that. Dewalt for example - will be a much sturdier drill than this. However, if you want a cheap drill that can get you through projects - get this one. Pay attention to the heat like you should with anything and you will be happy.
Update: It has now been a year and this drill still performs like it did right out of the box. The battery keeps a charge for a long time too.
I am unsure what is wrong but am leaning toward it being a fault with the battery. On the other hand a replacement is $30 which is a significant portion of the whole purchase price, so at some point I'll probably just buy a new drill (from a different manufacturer).
P.S. I am a little vague on how to set the torque number for a drill but I did look it up (both times) before using the drill. Also, the second time I used the drill I tried a couple different numbers in case I was doing it wrong.