DEWALT 20V Max Impact Driver Kit, 1/4-Inch (DCF885C1)

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Compact (5.55 front to back), lightweight (2.8 lbs) design fits into tight areas

3 LEDs with 20-second delay after trigger release, provide visibility without shadows

One-handed loading 1/4 hex chuck accepts 1 bit tips

Backed by dewalt’s 3 year limited warranty

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Item Weight

‎2.8 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎5.55 x 9 x 3 inches

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‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎Pack of 1




‎Impact Driver Kit


‎Impact Driver Kit

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎20 Volts

Maximum Power

‎300 Watts


‎1400 Inch Pounds

Item Package Quantity


Measurement System




Included Components

‎(1) DCF885 Impact Driver, (1) 20V MAX* battery (1.5 Ah), (1) Fast charger.

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion

Warranty Description

‎3 year limited warranty





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#879 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#1 in Power Impact Drivers

Date First Available

August 31, 2016

10 reviews for DEWALT 20V Max Impact Driver Kit, 1/4-Inch (DCF885C1)

  1. Micah

    this is an excellent tool. great power to drive screws. i just spent the day building 8 ft tall shelves in my garage, open shelves in my kitchen, and shelves in my basement food storage room. this made the work easy. my hand was wearing out before this impact driver was. the battery was still very full after probably 5 hours of work. i drilled a dozen holes or so, without issue. then spent hours driving screws into 2x4s and plywood. i’m just some regular dude who does basic projects around my home. this tool was plenty. all i really need. i don’t doubt that the brushless motor version is more efficient and powerful, but unless you literally professionally do this kind of work day in and day out, i can’t imagine this brush engine version being insufficient for weekend (home) warrior work. the work i did today is about the roughest kind of day i’d ever put a tool through. and i don’t think i even used half the battery power. i only have 1 battery. started fully charged. and when i was done, i put it in the charger and it was recharged in like 30 minutes. (and i don’t even have the speed charger… just the basic one.) anyway, great tool and great price. in the future when this one eventually gives out or if it ever does i’ll prolly buy the brushless version just to check it and see if it’s different out better or whatever. but for the kind of home projects i do, this tool is certainly good to go.

  2. Michelle Stone

    For years I’ve put lumber together with a “good ole fashioned” battery powered electric screwdriver. In fact, I purchased the DeWalt screwdriver in this series specifically for that purpose a year prior. Then I saw people using these impact drivers on YouTube videos and decided I must get one. It was money well spent. My hands and wrists hurt much less. Plus, the screws sink right in. It’s amazing. I and sticking with DeWalt so I can save on battery expenses. They are not cheap. I do not like what they charge for them.

  3. Simon Dekker

    I am not a professional mechanic, but this impact driver set was a great buy for me. It does all I need it to do with my elderly hands and lights up what your using it for. I didn’t think initially that the lights were important until I used the impact driver to roll up my 5th-wheel stabilizers in the dark. I bought a kit and have just about every driver I need to do any handyman’s job. The price was right and the versatility is good. The battery didn’t last as long as I thought it would, but that’s no sweat. I learned that if I detach the battery from the driver it lasts a very long time when I do not use the driver.

  4. James Kurien

    I love this thing. I’ve been working on cars a long, long time and wish I had gotten one sooner. It makes working on cars much faster and more fun. If you fix or modify cars, think about how much time you spend taking nuts and bolts on and off of parts. Bolts on a car may be 15-24 threads per inch, meaning you have to turn a bolt 15 full revolutions to move each bolt one inch. Now imagine if that was almost instantaneous.This has a lot of torque for a lightweight tool so it can handle a lot of jobs and it’s fairly small and cordless so it can get into a lot of spots underneath the car. For bolts that are on too tight for this tool, I still loosen it with a wrench then hit it with this driver because it saves to much time. Same thing for tightening – I’ll run it up most or all of the way (depending on torque needed) then set the final torque with a torque wrench.The bag is not quite to the scale shown in the picture. It’s cute for carrying a sandwich to your work site, just don’t expect to carry a club sandwich or something with a lot of tomato.

  5. Corrine Turner

    As a home gamer, this impact driver works well. Great for taking out the bots for the mower blades on the mower deck. Don’t even have to block the blades so they don’t spin. Bought some socket adapters and use it while working on the car. Used to to take some rusty screws out of the threshold in the doorway and it actually broke the phillips bit. Probably a cheap bit, but who knows.There are 3 LED lights at the base of the chuck and they cast a perfect 3 way shadow of the bit right over the screw your going for, minor annoyance, but still better than holding the flashlight in your teeth and reefing on the driver.

  6. GP

    Most of my power tools are DEWALT and Makita. I’ve never had a problem with any of them. Works great. No issues with any of the batteries that I have. Wish I bought my tools as a bundle though, instead of piecemeal, to save some money overall. Love the small size of this driver, as it helps if space is tight. Can’t think of any cons to write about. Wish it was cheaper?I forgot to check to see if the motor was brushless. Brushless has been around so long and really no reason for these not to be brushless, I didn’t think to check this time. Brushless version is about 30% more expensive. For mild use, its probably not a big deal, provided you store in a dry location. If stored in a humid basement, I’d lean even more so to the brushless version. The only benefit the brushed motor has over brushless really is ‘control’ at the low RPM range, which I don’t think is too much of a concern here? Still an awesome product, just prefer brushless motors when available.

  7. AFrayedKnott

    Hard to find, I wanted a DeWalt impact driver with motor brushes. Found it on Amazon. Very heavy duty. Battery that comes with it lasts about an hour with heavy use. Chuck release works flawlessly. Battery is a bit hard to take out of the driver. Included charger takes 12 minutes to charge the included battery back to full power from dead. This driver will not take lug nuts off a car. It isn’t made for that. It is an excellent took for driving screws of any description. I drive T-25 torch screws 3 inches long for carpentry framing purposes. Does not come with a belt clip (Booooo) but those are available on Amazon as well. Dropped it a few times from the top of a 16 foot step ladder. It still works perfectly. If you need to do some serious screwing, this took will get er duuunn!

  8. Scott D. Estes

    I purchased to use for putting longs screws into some 6×6 posts. It has plenty of power and performs great as a drill as well as a drill/driver. I purchased the socket adapters also to use for light jobs where my regular impact would be too powerful. I expect this will be a very handy tool in the long run. My only negative, which didn’t cost it any stars, is that the battery does not have an indicator showing the charge status. I’ll likely buy additional batteries which will have the indicators later.

  9. Marie Grace Limjuco Sumaya

    My first impact driver. Went to work & found two of my coworkers using this same DW. Tried it & got sold. Made in USA! Bought the DCF885C2, it comes with extra battery, belt hook & hard case, not soft bag.

  10. Susan Anne

    I know the saying is “Happy wife Happy life” but it can also go the opposite way too. “Happy husband Happy life” however it just doesn’t sound as clever !!! My husband wanted a new drill and when we ordered it he didn’t realize it was a bit smaller than the last drill he had. So when he opened the box he was, for a second, a bit surprised. However he is so glad we purchased this one and has recommended it to friends and family. Works exactly like its big brothers and he thinks perhaps even better than the big brothers. (very powerful) He uses it all the time and the case is a good bonus as he tends to misplace parts. He says to tell you to purchase it and don’t think twice. You will be happy you did. So there you go ! ! ! ! !

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