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Right Angle Drill, 3/8 In, 1300 RPM, 3.5 A

MILWAUKEE

Price: $175.75 / each

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  • 2.0 Stars
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  • Item # 1XHH9
  • Mfr. Model # 0370-20
  • NSN # 5130-01-397-9752
  • UNSPSC # 27112703
  • Catalog Page # 959
  • Shipping Weight 4.71 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemRight Angle Drill
  • Chuck Size (In.)3/8
  • Drill Speed (RPM)0 to 1300
  • Amps @ 120V3.5
  • ReversingYes
  • Gear ReductionDouble
  • BearingsBall and Roller
  • Spindle Size (In.)1/2-20
  • Tool Length (In.)11
  • Tool Weight (Lb.)3.9
  • Cord Type2 Conductor, 8 ft.
  • Features3-15/16" from Chuck to Back
  • SwitchPaddle
  • Handle TypePalm Grip
  • IncludesChuck Key And Key Holder
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Rated 2 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Did not work for as advertised Agree with Mikey et al. Bought to drill holes in studs for wiring. Tool advertised as "heavy duty". Wouldn't even drill 1/2" hole without stalling. To compare, I drilled 1" hole (auger bit) with my 1/2" chuck 18V cordless relatively easily. Couldn't believe a corded product would be so wimpy. Never did enough to run into the "cord positioning" problem. April 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not quite there yet I bought this tool to drill 1/2" holes though about 5" of wood for hex bolts in stud replacements. The tools barely powers thorugh them with a nice bit. I found it surprisingly light duty for a Milwaukee - expecting a heavier duty product. It felt cheaper and less quality. What really ticked me off is the cord coming at 45 deg out back. In tight quarters, between studs, it kept interfering with movement and catching on conduits. The cord should emerge straight down, or even tilted towards the front. May 15, 2012
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