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Craftsman  3/8 in Corded Drill

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions:
Overall Dimensions: 10.5L x 2.75w x 8h
Product Overview:
General Warranty: 1 year
Item Weight (lbs.): 3.75
RPM: 0-1500
Switch Type: Trigger
Color:
Color/Finish: Black
Included with Item:
Case Included: Yes
Bits Included: No
Controls, Overall:
Speed Lock Control: Yes
Variable Trigger Speed: Yes
Handles:
Number of Handles: None
Cord:
Cord Length (ft.): 8
Cord Management: Cord clip
Motor-Engine:
Amps: 5.5
Reversibility: Yes
Guides & Instructions:
Owner's Manual: Yes
General Features:
Chuck Size: 3/8 in.
Type: Drill
Chuck:
Chuck Key Type: Keyless
Package Includes:
Package Contents: Bubble Level

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Product Description

This 3/8 Heavy Duty Corded Drill Takes Care of the Job

Corded power you can count on, this 5.5 amp Craftsman 3/8 heavy duty corded drill delivers a steady flow of torque, perfect for drilling pilot holes in steel, sinking screws in decks and assembling all kinds of framework. A solid tool, that’s built to deliver, it features a fast-gripping steel sleeved keyless chuck, that bites down on drill and driver bits, while equipped with an ergonomic grips and balanced design, it stays in your hands all the job through.

Built tough, this 3/8 heavy duty corded drill features rugged plastic and steel construction, so it stands-up to jobsite abuse, while the live tool indicator increases safety by letting you know when it’s ready to go. With to 1500 RPM available through a variable speed trigger, and a fast acting directional switch, this drill offers serious performance and control. A solid addition to any tool kit, bring it home and get fasteners spinning with Craftsman.

  • Craftsman 3/8 heavy duty corded drill features a rugged ergonomic design
  • Dual directional performance sinks and loosens fasteners
  • 3/8 inch keyless chuck swaps between drill and driver bits quickly
  • Up to 1,500 RPMs drill through metal, wood and plastic
  • Live tool indicator increases work area safety
  • Spindle lock increases bit changing speed
  • Backed by a 1 year general warranty

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  • Available for Gift Wrap
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Added on July 26, 2010

 

Overall, others give this:

45 Reviews Write a review
32 Reviewers (71.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Anonymous
Oct 7 , 2007
5 stars
I bought this drill because I lost my other corded power drill when I moved. This drill is much lighter compared to both older corded power drills and the regular battery operated drills. This drill is extremely powerful, I've managed to drill into concrete and 1/4in. steel. The good thing about this drill is that you can control the power of the drill by pressing lightly or hard on the trigger. The drill did come with a case however, it didn't come with drill or screw bits, which I needed to buy separately. The keyless chuck is nice but if you're old fashioned like me, you can hand tighten the chuck.
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Zookeeper
May 18 , 2007
Give me a chuck key
Maybe it's just the new thing now and it's that I'm not used to it -- but I want chuck keys to come back! This keyless chuck concept doesn't work well in application. I have found that it's difficult to engage the button properly to insert the bit and while using the drill, anytime there's resistance, the chuck loosens and the bit is released. Maybe mine's just malfunctioning, but I prefer a system where I know the bit is in tight and staying there rather than this new automated system.
 

TimothyYoung

San Ramon, CA

May 23 , 2014
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Overall
Very powerful corded drill

I bought this corded Drill because my cordless drill battery is often dead when I need it. This drill is very powerful and I can control the speed by pressing the trigger. Also, it is not too heavy even for my wife. I would recommend to anyone.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Air3

Wasilla, AK

Apr 2 , 2014
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Does the job

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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citymousechris

Pewaukee, WI

Nov 16 , 2013
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Great drill!

I already own a cordless drill but I needed more power. This drill provided enough power to easily drive into wood while still working fine as a power screwdriver.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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PikesPeakGuy

Salem, OR

Aug 14 , 2013
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Great Value

It runs when plugged in.


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WELL

Imperial, CA

May 27 , 2013
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CRAFTMAN

GREAT TOOL

I would recommend this product to a friend.

The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product.
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May 24 , 2013
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Corded drill motor

I purchased this drill to give to my daughter for a birthday gift to her husband. He has a cordless drill and the battery is often dead. This drill has a lot of power and the chuck lock is a plus.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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jchapin

Santa Rosa, California

Jul 30 , 2012
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Drill will do the job

I'm not a huge tool user...I'm a woman who just uses these items for repairs around the house.  I bought a corded drill because the power-cost ratio was the best.  I tried to use it for removing tough screws from my deck but it didn't work so well. Maybe it wasn't the drill's fault, just tough screws.  It works fine around the house, but for that a cordless would've been better.  So it depends on what you need to use it for.  More experienced drill users could say more about this product that I.


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cleveman

, 43105

Apr 5 , 2012
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The Old Fashioned Corded Drill

This corded drill has everything that you would need for doing average projects around the house. Variable speeds, comfortable grip and enough power for the project. The comfortable grip is a plus for us 60+ do-it-yourselfers. And, you can just pick this baby up when you need it and not have to worry if the battery is charged.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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bobtheyellowcat

Camas, WA

Mar 11 , 2012
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Works Great

works like a drill should!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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J2112

Riverside, CA

Mar 10 , 2012
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Nice drill, So-so chuck

Like others have mentioned this is a fine drill with plenty of power. The problem is with the keyless chuck you may never get to use all that power because the bit slips. Not every time, but enough to make me use my 25 year old corded drill instead, even though it's rated at 1/2 the power of this one. For a screwdriver or a buffer it should be fine, but if you need to drill into knotty wood or metal then pass on this one for a drill with a keyed chuck.


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