BLACK+DECKER BDCDMT120C 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Matrix Drill/Driver

Black + Decker 20v Max Matrix Drill/Driver is a part of the Matrix Quick Connect System. It has a powerful 20v MAX motor which provides enough power for a full range of applications & attachments, and a 3/8-inch chuck. It features a lithium ion battery – Always Ready, holds a charge up to 18 months. This drill/driver is compact and lightweight design that allows users to carry out drilling/driving tasks in confined spaces and with ease. Part of the 20V MAX System – A System that Demands Attention. Includes: (1) 20V MAX Power Unit, (1) Drill/Driver Attachment, (1) 20V MAX Lithium Ion Battery, (1) 20V MAX Charger, and (1) Double Ended Bit Tip.

Product Features

  • Keyless Chuck
  • Includes LED Light
  • Compact in size
  • Lightweight
  • Variable Speed
  • Matrix Quick Connect System
  • Powerful 20v MAX Motor provides enough power for a full range of applications & attachments
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Part of the 20V MAX System – A System that Demands Attention

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2 Responses to BLACK+DECKER BDCDMT120C 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Matrix Drill/Driver

  1. Crafter says:

    Great idea and well executed. Of course the Matrix is an excellent idea but it is also pretty well executed. I can now carry all my essential power tools in one bag. There is a trade-off however. At this price point you are not going to get the most powerful or durable tools. I burned out an earlier model handle. Make sure you get the “C” model identified with a light on the handle and the bit storage on top. Apparently the earlier handle had a tendency to overheat. B&D replaced it without having to return…

  2. Anonymous says:

    This was originally designed to be a 12v NiCad tool but when they switched to Li-Ion they had the choice between 10.8V, 14.4V, and 18V and they went with 18V because it would have better runtime. The motor is what you’d expect for a 12v not-brushless motor, A bit underpowered for larger jobs. The attachments tend to work great as long as you don’t push them too hard. Pros: Cheap to buy with all attachments and (2) 4ah batteries and Matrix toolbag, around $500. Cons: Compared to Milwaukee fuel…