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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-09-2012 08:56 PM|
|VanD||Thanks but most of drills dont specifically say hammer on it. How do i found out though. Alot drills on sale on black friday but which 1 is a hammer drill|
|11-09-2012 08:15 PM|
|11-09-2012 09:22 AM|
will this be powerful enough to drill into concrete? i have 12 volt drill and takes some pushing and shoving to drill into conrete
can someone recommend a drill use for concrete. cuz my house is full of concrete and no wood
|11-08-2012 11:11 PM|
|11-08-2012 10:44 PM|
This is a very basic drill, so if you aren't used to using a drill much, it might be right up your alley. Kind of a "beginners drill" if you will. Should allow you to do basic household stuff, pre-drill holes, drive screws into drywall, etc.
This only has a 3/8" chuck, which means it will not hold larger (thicker) drill bits. Many drill bits need a drill with a 1/2" chuck, so be careful what you're buying this for. This is strictly for basic drilling purposes.
I have one very similar (if not the same, I'm too lazy to go look) and it does NOT have a lot of push to it. But then again, I don't use it when I need the extra torque, so it's great if you know what to expect from it!
|11-08-2012 10:24 PM|
SEARS2012 $5 off 50 I was thinking about getting this fp deal http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...947243
|11-08-2012 09:50 PM|
|downspout||125 in.lbs torque? (according to sears page) That can't be right for a 19V. My little 10.8V Hitachi drill would be stronger. Anyone have one of these?|
|11-08-2012 09:47 PM|
|mddong||I dont think the NiCADs will be discontinued...they will just go down in price because of the new Lithium battery which claims 4x duration.|
|11-08-2012 09:07 PM|
|NSGrossman||I have the lithium ion version (almost identical except for the battery) and I love it. You won't be disappointed.|
|11-08-2012 09:04 PM|
Also get this free ....
|11-08-2012 07:48 PM|
I don't see any drill for this power in this range.
|11-08-2012 07:15 PM|
|Chiphumper||okay so is this really a good deal?|
|11-08-2012 07:03 PM|
|andip||Thanks for taking time to share this particular deal. In for one.|
|11-08-2012 06:49 PM|
This is the discontinued NICAD battery!! They how have a Lithium-Ion batter in 2 sizes that will work with these drills and will also introduce heavily the new "BOLT" system starting soon, and on sale on Black Friday!!!
By the way , the charger that comes with this will NOT charge the Lithiuml-Ion; only the 45 minute one will and it says so on top of it that it charges both!!!!!!
This set was $39 last BFalso!!
|11-08-2012 06:47 PM|
|DaSRoT||Thanks, in for 1!|
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