Greenworks 24V Brushless Drill Combo Kit – 310 in./lbs Cordless Drill + 1950 in./lbs Impact Driver Set, 2×2.0Ah Batteries & 2A Charger & Bag, 8 pcs Bit Set

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【1/2 In. Drill Driver】 2 speed transmission (0-380RPM/0-1450RPM), 310 in-lbs (35Nm) torque, 18 + 1 position clutch with 1/2 in. Keyless chuck offers precise speed control and torque adjustment when drilling holes and driving screws on different surfaces.

【1/4 In. Impact Driver】1/4 in quick release hex collet, 3 speed selector with variable speed trigger, 3,500 IPM, 1,950 in-lbs (220Nm) torque, 2,800 RPM for a wide variety of driving applications.

【Highly Efficient Brushless Motor & 2×2Ah Batteries】 delivers more power at 2X More Torque, cooler operation at high speeds, enhanced battery runtime and longer service life. 2×2Ah batteries can ensure that your Greenworks tool is always ready for use when you are!

【Lightweight & Ergonomic】 Our 24V power tool combo kit weigh only ‎8.16 lbs, you can control them at ease, whatever how long you operate the drivers. Especially, it’s more friendly to ladies. And the ergonomic non-slip handle is comfortable for you to grip.

【One Battery for All & Widely Applications 】Our lithium-ion batteries are compatible with 75+ Greenworks tools in the same voltage range for total freedom of movement when gardening without tangled cables. Our Greenworks high quality power tool combo kit is ideal for hanging pictures, assembling or repairing furniture, tightening screws and many other DIY and craft projects. Our drill is also an ideal gift for your mom, wife, girl friend, daughter, or an independent friend.

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Product Description


impact driverimpact driver


hex collethex collet

Easier to carry and comfortable to use.

Lightweight for all-day comfort.

Quick bit changes for extra convenience.

variable speedvariable speed


led lightled light

Allows for precise speed and torque adjustment.

Offers you maximum control with optimal torque.

Provides enough illumination when working in dark spaces.

Brushless Drill Combo KitBrushless Drill Combo Kit



Item Weight

‎8.16 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.05 x 6.69 x 8.66 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number



‎1 AA batteries required. (included)




‎Drill + Impact Driver, 2x2Ah batteries

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎24 Volts (DC)


‎310 Inch Pounds


‎2800 RPM

Included Components

‎Bag, Batteries, Charger, Drill Bits

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Battery Cell Type

‎Lithium Ion





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#15,055 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#55 in Power Drill Drivers

Date First Available

July 26, 2021

10 reviews for Greenworks 24V Brushless Drill Combo Kit – 310 in./lbs Cordless Drill + 1950 in./lbs Impact Driver Set, 2×2.0Ah Batteries & 2A Charger & Bag, 8 pcs Bit Set

  1. Fabian andres

    Carga muy rápido buena fuerza

  2. Hairy Potter

    I have ordered many Greenworks products, and I am exceptionally pleased with every one of them! These tools are no exception.This Greenworks Drill and Impact Driver set works great and is loaded with features. I am hard-pressed to find other drills or impact drivers, in this class, with a 24-volt or higher battery system. When coupled with a brushless motor, these tools should have better performance and a longer life than those with lesser voltage and/or brushed motor systems. The driver has a class-leading rating of 2,950-in-lbs. of torque, according to the manual, which is readily apparent when I used this tool. The drill is not quite class-leading, but it still has a respectable 310-in-lbs of torque.Included with this kit are two battery packs. This makes sense considering that there are two tools. Having two interchangeable batteries is handy when using only one of the tools, since this will allow for longer operating time by using the second battery. Other Greenworks batteries that I have had each had a USB connection that could be used to charge portable devices. These batteries, however, do not have this port. This is not a problem, but something to note. The batteries have an indicator that shows the level of charge.The kit comes with an eight piece bit set, which is a nice add-on. I cannot determine if these bits are regular or impact quality. Also included are belt clips that can be mounted on the tools if desired.I am disappointed with the included charger. Unlike every other charger that I have for my other Greenworks power tools, this one does not have a positive locking connection to the battery. The battery slides onto the charger, but it is only held into position by the spring action of the charge terminals. The battery can easily slip out of the charger. The housing of the charger should have been extended a few more inches so that the rails on the battery would help hold the charger in place. Since I have other Greenworks chargers that will work better with these batteries, I do not plan on using the included charger.I tested the driver under EXTREME conditions. I screwed five 2” multipurpose screws into a block of seasoned oak hardwood without using any pilot holes. The driver started screwing in the screws in its normal mode, and when it met resistance it began its impact mode. I had to hold quite a bit of pressure to keep the bit securely in contact with the screwhead, which is not unusual. The driver did an excellent job of screwing in the first two screws. With the remaining three, they did not get driven in all of the way, but since this was a tough test, I am not surprised that the driver might have reached its capability limits. I have no doubt that this driver will make quick work of inserting fasteners in any other less harsh conditions.The drill performed nicely when I drilled test holes into a 2×4 and when I screwed the multipurpose screws into the same wood. Like most drills, there is a torque adjustment that is good for setting the drill to the fastener’s required torque needs. The drill has a two-speed adjustment. The low speed setting is good for when more torque is needed, and the high speed setting is good for when torque is not a factor.Both devices include an LED light. What I like is that the light stays on not only when using the tool, but for a short time after its activation, even if the tool is not being driven. This is handy for viewing the work area without needing to hold the trigger or run the tool.Both tools are fairly light; the driver specifically. I have a different Greenworks impact driver, and this current design is lighter and smaller, yet it still has good performance.

  3. A. Morris

    I’ve had Dewalt tools forever. That said, I’m not a brand loyalist or anything – I like any quality tool. Over the last year, we bought several 60v Greenworks yard tools (weedwhacker, leaf blower, etc) and have been rather happy with them, so when I saw this 24v drill/driver set, I figured I’d give it a shot. Yet again, I’m very happy with Greenworks! They’re quite a bit lighter than my old dewalt’s which makes you think there’s a material quality issue right away, but I really don’t fell that this is the case. The tools run on a 24-volt battery as compared to 20-volt on the DW’s. They also seem to have about the same run time, if not a bit longer. The greenworks drill is a bit larger than my old one, which surprised me considering the lighter weight, but it’s not an issue or anything. The impact driver is quite a bit smaller though, which is a plus for use in tighter quarters. For two tools, two batteries, a charger, AND a bag/case, I feel like this set is an awesome deal for the price. If anything changes my opinion on that in the future, I’ll be sure to update this review!

  4. eric

    Greenworks makes a quality tool for home use at a reasonable price. These tools both have brushless motors and use 24V packs. A soft case is included that holds both tools, battery packs, and the charger. The charger is not a proper dock, but a small plastic piece that slips on the battery to charge it. It’s slow but it works fine, especially for the smaller 2Ah packs that are included. The good thing about the small packs is they are very lightweight and for home use, they will be plenty of power. For longer jobs, a bigger pack will last a lot longer but also add weight to the tools.The impact driver is very basic. It has a forward and reverse switch but has plenty of power for driving various fasteners. A set of 1/4 inch bits are provided that work with this driver, and they also work with the drill. I always prefer using an impact driver to a drill when driving screws into wood as the hammering action makes the job a lot easier, not to mention the compact size which is easier to hold and use.The drill is also basic but works well. It has a plastic outer chuck but grips drill bits well with no slipping and is easy for almost anyone to use. The drill has an 18 position clutch for driving into sensitive materials as well as a drill mode. There’s a high/low switch on top and a forward/reverse switch on the side. Very typical stuff. Drill is compact but not as much as the driver since that tool doesn’t have the large chuck on the front. Aside from that, the tools are very similar except for the 2 position switch on top of the drill.Both tools come with optional belt clips that screw on. Overall quality is better than expected at this price, and I prefer Greenworks to other home brands like Ryobi. For low cost power tools, the build quality and feel is very good and these battery packs work with all the other 24V Greenworks power tools. The included bits are nothing special but they will get you started and standard 1/4 inch bits are easy to find online or at any hardware store. I do wish the charger was a bit nicer and it’s only a 2A charger but it works fine for the smaller batteries. If you do decide to get bigger batteries, you might want to look into getting a better quality unit like the CAF806, although I’m not sure if it charges faster than the included one.

  5. David Rocks

    I like a cordless drill driver for all the DIY tasks I can accomplish with it. Drilling holes, driving screws and big lag bolts all require decent torque which this drill has. I notice this has a bit lower RPM on the low gear (0-380) and Hi: (0-1450) No Load; that and the use of a 24 Volt brushless motor accounts for the better torque than many cordless drills. P.1 shows the kit including the zip top carry case and pack of proper S2 Steel 1/4″ Hex Bits (8 each).There is also a compact hex bit driver also powered by the same Greenworks 24V lithium battery. I really appreciate the value of their providing 2 of these 24V 2.0Ah rechargeable lithium batteries in this kit, one for each tool. There is also a slide on charger (P.2).This tool has very good driving power! Pictures 6 & 7 show my “torture test” of driving a large 4 inch x 5/16ths Torx Head Lag Bolt into a dry 2×4. This brushless power tool surprised me by driving in the big bolt full length with 1 trigger press! Darn good with lots of torque driving power. Many brushless cordless tools stop when overloaded to prevent motor damage. This tool did not need to stop. It was so strong the bolt head indented the end grain of the dry 2×4! I was impressed. Very few cordless drills can do this – 1 of 12 perhaps that I have reviewed.Picture 1 is what I received;P.2 the two rechargeable 24V lithium ion battery packs and slide on charger;P.5 the surprisingly bright LED that lites when I pull the trigger; P.4 general drill size & look. The keyless 1/2 inch/10mm chuck has an adjustable torque ring behind it.This is very capable. I liked how it handled. A torque control handle would be nice to have with this drill. The 1/4″ hex driver is stubby and also has good torque.I Recommend this Greenworks Store 24V Brushless Drill Combo Kit – 310 in./lbs Coredless Drill + 1900 in./lbs Impact Driver Set, 2×2.0Ah batteries & 2A adaptor (1h) charger & bag, 8 pcs bit set. Very strong drill and an excellent kit for the cost. This will be with my tools for sure.I hope you’ve found the information and my review helpful.

  6. Nu

    This is my first time owning the Greenworks brand, And I have to say I’m very impressed. The price tag is awesome for a set of both a drill driver and an impact driver. I’ve used only a drill driver before and not an impact driver, but learned that I need it if I need to combine the function of a drill with the power of a hammer.This drill driver is ergonomic and is more sturdy than the drill driver I currently have. I like that it comes with two batteries, one for each, and that the batteries can be used interchangeably between the two. That is only one charger though for both batteries, but I don’t mind because the batteries are very easily removed, and I can use just one between the two while I charge the other. I also like that it comes with two belt clips for carrying. Overall, this is a really good set to have especially for the price.

  7. The Reviewers Down Under

    This is a review for the Greenworks Cordless and Impact Drill combo set. I own a Greenworks lawnmower that uses the same style batteries as these, so i figured I would give this set a try. This set comes in a Greenworks bag and includes: 1 cordless drill, 1 impact drill, 2 24 volt batteries, 1 charger, bit set, and 2 clips to attach your drills to a work belt (optional). Both drills have a light at the front side of it so you can see what you’re working on in dark places. The 24 volt batteries not only work with the drills but also in conjunction with alternate Greenworks tools (see photo of box). I used these to test on my Greenworks lawnmower that uses the dual 24 volt batteries and it worked without issue, which was perfect. The battery release is the perfect modification to this set. Compared to older Greenworks models that require you to push and pull, you simply push down and it easily disconnects. Overall, very please with this set. A must have for any homeowner.

  8. JustMyOpinion

    I have a number of Greenworks items and I’m loving this addition to my collection. The specs, features , and testing experience has been well covered in the other reviews. I have a few things to add.Pros:* I now have 6 -24V batteries – two each of 2, 3, and 4 watt. I love that they are interchangeable so I will never run out of battery power when working on a project. The batteries that come with this set are 2watts which keep the weight down but won’t necessarily hold for a day’s work…but with having all these others I can elect to either keep changing and charging or just go to a higher watt battery and get the job done. And of course these lower watt batteries will get me a little extra time with my more power hungry tools.* LOVE LOVE LOVE the portability and I really appreciate the case. I plan to keep this set in the house because I am tired of running to my tool shed to get a drill only hours after I put it away. Being in the case, I can just tuck it in the corner of my study to grab when I need them. I only wish I had got this set about 3 years ago when I started renovating my home!* Unlike another reviewer, I like the small charger as an option. Thanks to the much lower weight, again, this makes this set very portable. While I’ll use my larger heavy duty charger for most of the time, I appreciate that if I need to take this where I may be helping a friend or whatever, I won’t have to lug the big heavy charger with me.Cons: The set came nicely divided with cardboard for shipping. I wish there was at least a soft divider so each drill would be held snugly in the case. It’s a minor thing but worth mentioning.All in all, I’m really happy with this set and I know it will be put to use a LOT. This would make a GREAT gift for someone who just purchased a home or who is getting into DIY projects.

  9. billyroby

    Home use.

  10. K. Bunker

    This is my first ownership of Greenworks rechargeable tools, so that meant making some room on my shelf of battery chargers for a new addition to the family. But based on my experience with these, I’ll probably be getting more Greenworks tools before long. The fit, finish and feel of these two are all top-notch; a clear step above the Craftsman drill and driver set they’re replacing. They’re lighter and smaller than the Craftsman tools, despite having at least equal power. The short form factor is sure to come in handy for squeezing into tight spaces.The one small issue where my old Craftsman driver comes out ahead is in changing bits. With the Craftsman, the bit pops out when you pull the chuck sleeve forward, and a new bit just slides right in without touching the chuck again. With the Greenworks driver, you have to pull the old bit out after pulling the chuck sleeve forward, you have to pull the sleeve forward again to put a new bit in, and then you have to jiggle the bit to get the chuck to clamp down on it. If you change bits a lot, I can imagine this becoming quite an an annoyance. I’m surprised Greenworks didn’t get this detail right, considering the otherwise great quality of this set.

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