DEWALT DCD791B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion 0.5" Brushless Compact Drill/Driver
Brand: DEWALT Post : 9 mon ago (January 27, 2017)
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- DEWALT brushless motor which delivers up to 57% more run time
- Compact, lightweight design for tight spaces
- High speed transmission with 2-speed settings
- 3-Mode LED lights with a spotlight mode
- Battery sold separately
- List Price : $139.00
- Usually ships in 24 hours
- Price on Fri, 27 Jan 2017 02:24:29
The DEWALT DCD791B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion 1/2" Brushless Compact Drill/Driver (Tool Only) features a DEWALT brushless motor which delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed. This unit is compact (6.9" front to back), and lightweight (3.4 lb.), designed to fit into tight areas. A high speed transmission with 2-speed settings (0-550/0-2,000 RPM) delivers up to 30% faster application speeds, with an ergonomic comfort grip handle that provides ideal balance & tool control. The metal 1/2" ratcheting chuck allows for superior bit gripping strength. This drill also offers a 3-Mode LED that provides lighting in dark or confined spaces (up to 20X brighter than previous model), with a LED Spotlight mode that features 20 minute shutoff function allowing for extended work time in dark or confined spaces. Includes belt hook. This is a bare tool item - battery sold separately.
DEWALT DCD791B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion 0.5" Brushless Compact Drill/Driver :
|Tender ID 20201
Data Feeding Project (General Information)
Project Code 20201 Tanzania Part-I
Survey Form JPEG File Sample Into Microsoft Assess (Technical Sheet)
Invitation for Data Entry / Data Management Company / Technology Centre For the total Volume of Work 10,000,000 Forms Contract Period from 15 September 2010 to March 2011. Contract may be extended to next part-II of same volume.
Assess Sheet Should be Clear and not been copied or converted by any method should be properly Typed by Operator and Quality Checked by Administrative Body. The sheet will be used in the software to function. Data Entry / Data Management Company / Technology Centre will be responsible for any correction.
Mode of Payment : 30 Days Wire Transfer or Payroll
Looking for Best Proposal ( Work Can be Divided into 2 to 3 centers )
Maximum offer 15 Cents, Proposal will not be entertain above offer Value, Priority will be given to best proposal.
Monthly Target Will be divided to the volume by 6 month contract period
Security Deposit 5% of Work volume.
Bank Security Will be provided to Centres For Minimum Lobar Effect.
Tender Application Cost 49$
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