- Heavy-duty 3/8" single sleeve ratcheting chuck for tighter bit gripping ability.
- Dual speed range (0-300/0-1100 rpm) that delivers maximum versatility.
- 15-position adjustable cluctch offers maximum versatility and control.
- Rubber grip for maximum comfort when performing applications.
- Compact size and lightweight design (3.4 lbs) allows users to get into tight spaces when performing applications.
What's in The Box
- Heavy-Duty 3/8'' 9.6V Cordless Drill/Driver Kit
- Owner’s Manual
- Limited Factory Warranty
- 30 Day Satisfaction Guaranteed
Specifications Voltage 9.6 V Max Power 130 UWO # of Speed Settings 2 Max RPM 0-300/0-1,100 Clutch Settings 15 Chuck Size 3/8" Chuck Type plastic single sleeve
- Customer Reviews
Average! Customer Rating:(2 Reviews)
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December 31st, 2014
Comment:I have had this drill, 3/8 9.6V cordless, for many years. Don't even remember when I got it. I have abused this drill and even had it filled with drywall dust it wont quit. Now after years of drywall screwing, driving screws into cement backer board and many smaller metal drilling jobs one of the original batteries does not hold a charge. The front of the head wobbles and the chuck slips but that may be due to the chuck is like glass from use and not easy to hold on to. The chuck holds if I retighten it. This drill has been a flawless tool and I have dropped it from a 6 foot ladder countless times it has done a great job for years, frame it or trash it? I want to replace the one battery but $40 compared to new around $100 Its almost a no-brainer. I am looking for a replacement but no sure to replace with the same or bump up to the 1/2" for around $100.
July 11th, 2013
Light weight drill that will get the job done, and wont wear your arm out doing it.
Comment:Back when I was an aircraft mechanic, I used to dread pulling panels from under the wings. There are hundreds of screws. I had a 14V drill, but man it got heavy. So I took it back and got the 9.6V. Man, what a difference. Plenty of torque. I retired from aviation, but still use it on home projects. I've worn out the battery's, and shopping for a new drill today. Glad to see they still make it.
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