Milwaukee Electric Drill

Average reader rating
4.9
out of 5
Brand:
Milwaukee
Model:
0233-20
Price:
$84

Description

This heavy duty Magnum® drill is built for industrial/construction applications. It features raw power with a Milwaukee built 5.5 amp motor, 0-2800 rpm trigger speed control, reversing. An exclusive feature is the brush cartridge system, with a set of spare brushes, that allows you to change brushes in less than one minute. Use this tool with a variety of accessories to drill into wood, metal, plastics and composites. The keyless chuck makes accessory changes quick and easy.

Reader Reviews

Very Powerful 3/8" electric Drill

Review Summary

This is a very powerful 3/8" electric drill. Based on what was available at the time of purchased I chose to purchase a Milwaukee, the drill had the best highest RPMs, highest Amp Motor and reverse. This drill has only disappointed me in one area, the keyless chuck, the chuck can be difficult to open due to lack of grip. Other than that, it operates excellent.

Detailed Ratings

4.8
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

4

Value

5

Super Solid electric hand drill

Review Summary

I needed a reliable electric hand drill for drilling pocket holes with my Kreg pocket hole jig. Kreg recommends an higher RPM speed for consistent pocket holes and longer bit life. This drill has flawlessly filled that bill for many years now. It's rpm speed is the highest in the industry and so is it's reliability. I also prefer using an electric drill for this job to save my cordless drill usage for assembly and installation.
I chose this brand of electric drill because the Milwaukee "hole shooter" drills have long been considered by construction workers as the best drill on the market. This ones been in use for twenty plus years and it's still going strong. At this writing the best price I could find was $84.00 at Ace Hardware on line.

Detailed Ratings

5.0
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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