Have you ever worked on a major project when the Delta cordless drill you're using begin to die? You begin to rush, trying to complete the job at hand before the battery dies and you are stuck basically cranking your old Phillips. From time to time you get lucky and finish the task, but more often than not, an extra battery and charger would've been nifty.
You're standing on the roof above your porch, trying to reach the edge of the roof on the next level. You balance a metal gutter on your shoulder while lining up the screw correctly. When the screw and the piece of metal gutter are finally lined up, you start up your Delta cordless drill. The drill is inert and lacks the power you require to complete the task. This is not the Delta power and force you've come to expect with your cordless drill. It's a battery problem.
Yes, a low battery is not acceptable since your project needs power. Thinking of something else while on the roof holding metal gutters in place is not an option you would want to do.
If you had the prospience to buy an extra battery and charger for your drill, this could've been avoided. These are 2 of the most important Delta accessories, and you should have bought them sooner.
When placing your order for the charger and extra battery from the Delta parts roster, have your parts and model number prepared. This detail will save you great deal of time.
Safety is important. There are numerous stories out there about the dangers of chargers and batteries. Comply with all instructions included with the Delta parts. Misuse of batteries and chargers can be very dangerous, but Delta products, when used correctly, are very safe.
Your Delta parts will be ready for use quickly. You can alternate batteries during major projects if you own a charger and two batteries for your Delta cordless drill. If you notice a battery is losing its power to get the job completed, just put it in the charger to get ready for the next task. In a matter of seconds, you can pop in your extra battery into the Delta cordless drill. Taking the time to substitute batteries is a cinch.
If you own an extra battery and charger, your Delta cordless drill experience will improve. This way, you will not need to rush the task, trying to use the last bit of power from your cordless drill.