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Metabo HPT 3/8" Keyless Corded Drill EXPIRED

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Lowe's has Metabo HPT 3/8" Keyless Corded Drill (D10VH2M) for $19.98. Choose free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $45+.

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Features:
  • Powerful 7 amp motor to power through the toughest jobs
  • 117.7-In-lbs of max torque
  • Only 3.3 lbs for greater ease of use and less fatigue
  • Variable speed trigger with dial for precise operation
  • All metal 3/8 In. keyless chuck for greater durability and better bit holding ability
  • Belt hook for convenient storage between job locations
  • Designed to fit in tight spaces

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    • Rating of 4.3 from over 110 Lowe's customer reviews.
    • 5-Year base warranty
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Metabo HPT's new D10VH2 is vastly improved over previous models featuring an all-metal keyless chuck for higher durability and better bit holding capability. Equipped with a higher amp motor to improve efficiency, and an added belt hook for convenience, the D10VH2 is the perfect tool for light drilling jobs in metal and wood. Its rubber over-molded handle adds comfort and improves control. The variable speed dial with lock-on is convenient for adapting to the task at hand, and reduces fatigue during continuous use applications. An easy to access forward and reverse button makes backing out a bit quick and easy, and can be operated with one hand. The new D10VH2 is the perfect addition to any tool box.
POWER: Powerful 7 amp motor to power through the toughest jobs
TORQUE: 117.7-In-lbs of max torque
LIGHTWEIGHT: Only 3.3 lbs for greater ease of use and less fatigue
TRIGGER: Variable speed trigger with dial for precise operation
CHUCK: All metal 3/8 In. keyless chuck for greater durability and better bit holding ability
BELT HOOK: Belt hook for convenient storage between job locations
COMPACT BODY: Designed to fit in tight spaces
WARRANTY: 5-Year base warranty

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In case anyone else is wondering, the typical going rate for these is about $60 new and $40-45 referb. The only negative I can see is it's 3/8" chuck.
a headscratcher ...
The run time on this is excellent.
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In case anyone else is wondering, the typical going rate for these is about $60 new and $40-45 referb. The only [debatable] negative I can see is it's 3/8" chuck.
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Corded Drill (Tool Only)
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read the reviews before you buy
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Corded Drill (Tool Only)

So obvious...the cord doesn't come with the drill...cord is extra
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I see why it's on clearance now...
Thanks for the heads up..!
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Corded but tool only? Does it come with the cord and plug?
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01-25-2023 at 03:54 PM.
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Metabo ain't been the same since it split off from lism.
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guys Hitachi is the *real deal* this 66 percent off a no brainer!
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The run time on this is excellent.
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good way for someone without tools to inexpensively begin.
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Only if you pay your bills on time
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01-25-2023 at 06:34 PM.
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good way for someone without tools to inexpensively begin.
You bet...and it will work 20 years from now when you pick it up off of the shelf. For several decades corded tools were the only option, yes tripping over a cord sucks but if you're doing stationary work at a bench or garage or something then it'll do just fine. I like my cordless tools when I'm on a ladder, or in a location where running an extension cord isn't ideal or where access to power is limited or unavailable. But generally speaking, having a tool that doesn't need charged and that will age well...is also a huge benefit for the right person and the right application. I bought a Metabo grinder on sale a few years back...it's okay, it hasn't failed. I'd say I'm happy with it but I have only moderately used it. I'd have to say the 3/8" chuck is limiting as most drills come with a 1/2" chuck these days. If you only use 1/4" hex shank bits then you'll be fine for drilling, something to think about but not a deal killer. Common drill bills sizes of 1/8, 1/4, 3/8 will work all day long in this guy.
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