BLACK+DECKER BDCDMT120C 20V MAX MATRIX Lithium Cordless Drill

Walmart # 550915466

BLACK+DECKER BDCDMT120C 20V MAX MATRIX Lithium Cordless Drill

Walmart # 550915466
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Highlights
  • With the MATRIX Quick Connect System you can drill, cut, sand, and more
  • The MATRIX system enables you to build your workshop as you go
  • Tackle virtually any household task — while saving money and space
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  • With the MATRIX Quick Connect System you can drill, cut, sand, and more
  • The MATRIX system enables you to build your workshop as you go
  • Tackle virtually any household task — while saving money and space
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Got it for my Hubby!!!

That is the only thing my hubby wanted for christmas, and now I get to get all the attachments for it for him. He loves it and tells everyone they need to get one to its very handy to have.
Dennis with his Black & Decker Matrux Lithium Drill/Driver

A LOT of bang for the buck

I'm a locksmith by trade and I bought this drill because the matrix system is real convenient and it's also a very comfortable drill. I like that I can buy all the heads and keep them in one small tool bag which saves TONS of room in my van. By the way, this drill is mechanically identical to the Craftsman version, so all the heads are interchangeable. It's a great light/medium duty drill. No, it's not a powerhouse torque monster, but anytime you want to compare it to your $400 Dewalt, just remember this thing is on sale right now for $60....not $400. If I am cutting a hole in a steel door I grab my $550 snap-on drill. For everything else, I grab this little guy. If the battery had a LED power indicator I would go 5 stars. Lithium batteries don't warn you when they're getting low...they work and work, then die suddenly. With no indicator on the battery you have no way of knowing the battery charge state until it's too late. That can get real irritating if you're in the middle of a project.

For a lite duty B&D drill it does very well.

This drill worked better than I gave it credit for. I used it to rebuild our back stairs and it had no problem driving 2.5" deck screws for the top. It did get a little temper mental driving 3.5" screws. Then again when I switched drills I noticed the B&D was hot and so was the battery. I did notice that there was a little movement in the chuck (a little loose) nothing for the "weekend DIY'er" to worry about. The chuck on the unit had no problem holding on to drill bits. A couple +'s, it's a light weight unit that can get into tough places, with good battery life. This drill cannot be of poor quality OR Craftsman would not have had B&D privet label the same drill motor and accessories for them. This is only the 2'nd product I've seen Craftsman use from the B&D line. I know they are compatible I picked up a Craftsman battery pack today, and yep it works great. I have also picked up the driver attachment, That works way better than expected. Good addition to my tool box..

Great tool to have

I bought this tool about a year ago and have all the attachments that come with it. Since I’ve been doing a great amount of home remodeling jobs lately, it’s versatility is unmatched and I have almost every tool I need readily accessible. I have to admit that the engineers at Black&Decker did a phenomenal job coming up with this design. The trim saw attachment and blade impressed me the most as it was able to cut through multiple Portland fiber cement panels without problem. I just wish the blade was about 1/2” bigger. The only downside to this tool is the battery life. On big jobs I have to take 4 fully charged batteries with me. I hook them up to the charger as they are depleted. Once I run through all 4 batteries, the first one is back up and charged again. Other than the battery life, this tool is worth its weight in gold.

Best tool I own so far

I've owned many battery powered hand tools over the years, and this one is the best so far. And the versatility makes many of my others, even purpose built, obsolete. This one can get into places my others can't. is very powerful, and works a long time on a charge. The available fast charger is an absolute must if you are doing many projects, or working on a big one, because it will recharge the spare battery faster than the drill will discharge one. And it is so much lighter than the 18v NiCad equivalent B&D unit. And much more powerful. I love this unit.

Versatile and light B&D cordless drill

This cordless drill is powerful and lightweight, has great battery life under normal use and is adaptable to a number of power attachments which are sold separately, e.g., circular saw, router, sander, etc. It is literally like a 5 in 1 all-purpose tool (estimated) and is a replacement to a Craftsman cordless drill. I shopped around and was considering another Craftsman but the more I reviewed this product and played with it in the store, the more I fell in love with it. The price is below what I paid for my Craftsman several years ago and far lighter, more compact, and more powerful with longer battery life (as aforementioned). Best of all, it is easy to use and is clearly representative of Black & Decker innovation.

Love it

I like this drill because it's pretty light weight, and you can change to heads so you can go from drill to impact driver instead of having to carry a drill and the impact driver. Great idea.

Perfect for household repairs

Great battery life last for hours and no need to recharge all the time!! Highly recommend to buy.

Just finished my first project. Wow!

I had a set of VERY old, very heavy, self-powered speakers (John Bower Active Ones) in my garage that I listen to as I do my glasswork . The speakers were sitting on part of my workspace and took up a lot of room. I decided to "convert" them to bookshelf speakers, and build a set of shelves to suspend them up off my bench. Now, these are VERY heavy guys, and I needed to over-do the shelves I was making. I lagged 2x4's to the corner wall at each end of my bench, and then set a piece of triangular MDF on the 2x4's to create the shelf. I used heavy duty, three-inch bolt-headed screws. I was astonished at the ease with which the B&D 20V drill handled the job! Being able to snap the drill head on, pre-drill the hole, then snap the driver head on and drive in the heavy screws, was too cool for school! SO easy! I am getting my second drill ... mostly for the battery (like the other gentleman listed in these reviews) ... although I worked 5 hours with the one battery and didn't have a problem. I have used the circular saw attachment and it works great, too! I am now anxious to try ALL the attachments!
My favorite tool. Not a carpenter or anything, but I do like to work on projects constantly, and this tool delivers beyond what I'd ever need. Torque is strong enough to get a screw to strip the plywood. Got the oscillating attachment and the sanding is doing a great job too.
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