When first opened, the items in the case appeared disheveled (contents were loosely contained in their designated compartments). Drill chuck pulls off with the push of a button to expose a Phillips-head driver bitconvenient for around-the-house work but probably not a great feature on the job site. Driver bit snaps into chuck with no tools required and removes with a simple push on the flange. Easy to operate, it also makes it easy to lose the bit if the drill slips and the flange is accidentally depressed. Notch in the side of the drill handle securely holds unused drill or driver bit. Digital LED level is a questionable addition
would probably be of little use on a job sitea good idea in theory, but we found it to be simply annoying: difficult to read, and hard to adjust (blink or no blink).
Battery charger found to be a little hard to figure out if you don't read the manual first
red light does not go off when battery is charged. It was confusing and hard to uncover this information upon initial eyeballing of manual.
* While testing, driver slipped, the chuck's flange bumped the wood and the bit popped out. When this happened, the screw being driven ground up the plastic flange.
* Bit wiggles in and out with pressurehard to center and doesn’t feel secure.
* Feels somewhat fragile, but would be fine for periodic, around-the-house use. Would probably not fare as well as the others when put to the challenges of a job site.
* Driver is so light it takes more effort to ‘push’ screws in.