Here's a quick look at the specs, features, pros, and cons of the DeWalt DCD995M2 hammer drill/driver. This information was excerpted from a tool test in the Spring 2015 issue of Tools of the Trade. The main story contains an overview plus runtime and power test data for all tools tested.

DeWalt DCD995M2
Battery: 18 volts; 4.0 Ah
Battery gauge: 3 bars; on battery
Weight (pounds): 4.76; with handle 5.06
Rpm: 0-450; 0-1,300; 0-2,000
Hammer Bpm: 0-7,650; 0-22,100; 0-34,000
Other Features: Brushless motor; electronic clutch; LED headlight; 7 1/8-inch side handle; belt hook; onboard bit holder
Price: Kit $299; bare tool $146
Includes: Tool; 2 batteries; charger; compact plastic case
Country of origin: Tool China; battery Malaysia
Performance: Rated very good under heavy duty uses and a top-tier performer overall. Fourth in runtime. (See comparison tables in Main Story)
Comments: Very strong and fast tool with a brushless motor capable of powering through tough challenges, sometimes even in third gear.
Pro: Three-speed transmission provides two power gears instead of one for high torque and faster application speeds. Belt hook mounts to either side of tool. Free-spinning ring at the end of the chuck minimizes friction damage to adjacent surfaces.
Con: Electronic clutch action not entirely predictable. It shuts off the motor at its preset limit but the force required seems to differ with the rpm. Soft-start takes a little getting used to. Short side handle requires extra muscle when using big bits.