Ingersoll Rand D5140-K2 1/2-Inch Cordless Drill Driver, Charger, 2 Li-ion Batteries and Case Kit

Performance and durability built into every detail. Introducing the new Ingersoll Rand D5140 1/2-Inch 20V Drill/Driver. Designed specifically for professionals who require hard-working, long-lasting, multipurpose tools, the D5140 has performance and durability built into every detail.

Product Features

  • Performance: Delivering 700 in-lb of torque, the D5140 has the power to make your jobs faster and easier
  • Durability: All-metal single-sleeve ratcheting and locking chuck with carbide jaws allow for easy one-handed use and strong bit retention
  • Versatility: Adjustable side handle offers control for heavy-duty drilling
  • Two Battery Kit: Includes Bare tool, 20V li-ion 3.0 Ah batteries, IQV20 Charger, Blow-molded case

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3 Responses to Ingersoll Rand D5140-K2 1/2-Inch Cordless Drill Driver, Charger, 2 Li-ion Batteries and Case Kit

  1. Anonymous says:

    A refined powerhouse for professional use. I’m an electrician and do everything from roughing in and finish work in houses to commercial work to light industrial and really need a drill that can do more than just put out raw power. I’ve bought three similarly priced drills for comparison recently, a Chicago Pneumatic CP8548K, a Milwaukee 2803-22, and this D5140. The D5140 beats the other two hands down for fit and finish, sturdiness and how it feels in the hand (I also have pretty large hands, which makes the Milwaukee feel small). The…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I bought this to replace a worn out dewalt XRP … I bought this to replace a worn out dewalt XRP drill. I also purchased a Milwaukee 18V combo set to try them out side by side and ended up returning the Milwaukee’s. This drill is only SLIGHTLY heavier than the Milwaukee but a lot more powerful (having to measure by using it and not having any equipment to measure with) and the feel of it is that of a real tool compared to the all plastic competitors. I’m really at a loss as to why Ingersoll Rand’s 20V line of tools are not more mainstream…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great Drill! No need to look further. Wow!Adding to my IR collection, I replaced two Craftsman 19.2V drills with this guy. Once I pulled it out of the box, I new I had made the right decision. This is so far beyond the quality of the Craftsman cordless drills, that I can’t even begin to explain it.First thing I noticed in using it was the available power. The torque this put out is incredible! You do need to take care when drilling through metal to either put it into low gear, or engage one of the clutch…