DeWalt, a Stanley Black & Decker brand, introduced its first-ever cordless ratchets as part of its DeWalt Xtreme 12V Max and Atomic Compact Series 20V Max lineups.
“The compact brushless ratchets allow users to fasten and remove nuts, bolts, and more in hard-to-reach work areas,” said the company.
The DeWalt rachets are each designed with a glass-filled nylon tool housing, battery not included, that provides resistance to automotive fluids and solvents for use in automotive and other demanding applications.
With the introduction of ratchets, users can expand into a new product category amongst DeWalt tools, across both the DeWalt Xtreme 12V Max and Atomic Compact Series 20V Max lines.
The new Xtreme 12V Max ratchets are available with 1/4-inch (DCF504), 3/8-inch (DCF503) and 3/8-inch extended reach (DCF503E) square drive configurations, with the 3/8-inch extended reach model delivering 3.9-inch greater neck reach versus the DCF503. Each provides 70 ft-lbs. of max torque.
All models are equipped with an LED light to help provide illumination in dark spaces, a variable speed trigger for user control, as well as a trigger lock to help prevent unintended activation when the tool is not in use.
DeWalt said it is, “obsessed with how users work in the real world and is relentlessly pursuing total jobsite solutions.”
By incorporating its latest technology and industry innovations, DeWalt said it is leading the charge for the jobsite of the future.