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3/8 In. Drill

MILWAUKEE-0240-20

Use the Milwaukee® 3/8-Inch Drill to make light work of heavy-duty or industrial drilling and fastening jobs.The 0240-20 3/8-inch Milwaukee electric drill is powered by an 8-foot cord extending from t... read more

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MILWAUKEE-0240-20 is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
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Features

Use the Milwaukee® 3/8-Inch Drill to make light work of heavy-duty or industrial drilling and fastening jobs.The 0240-20 3/8-inch Milwaukee electric drill is powered by an 8-foot cord extending from the bottom of its pistol-style handle, giving you flexibility to maneuver into tight places when drilling. This Milwaukee corded drill features a keyless heavy-duty chuck for a better grip on the drill bit, and the gear housing is all metal, providing superior support during high-torque usage. The drill uses a variable speed two-finger trigger to produce speeds of up to 2800 rpm, enabling faster wood and metal project drilling and is manufactured with a soft-grip-plastic pistol-style handle, making it more comfortable to hold. Its overall weight is just over 4 pounds to reduce vibration while reducing user fatigue.

Additional Features

  • The 3/8-Inch Milwaukee drill 's powerful 8-amp motor is ideal for heavy-duty use
  • 8-foot power cord for improved maneuverability during use
  • Keyless heavy-duty chuck for better drill bit grip
  • Durable all-metal gear housing for superior support during high-torque usage
  • The Milwaukee electric drill 's variable speed two-finger trigger produces speeds ranging from 0 to 2800 rpm for faster metal and wood drilling
  • Soft-grip-plastic pistol handle for additional comfort
  • 5-year warranty
Specifications
Acme Tools Brand Name: MILWAUKEE
Acme Tools Part Number: 0240-20
Assembled Weight (lbs): 4.25
CSA Certified: Yes
Case Included: No
Chuck Design: Keyless
Chuck Size: 3/8 in
Clutch Settings: 1
Color / Finish: Red/Black
Cord Length (ft): 8.0
Cordless / Corded: Corded
Country of Origin: CHN
Drill Amperage (A): 8
Tool Handle Type: Pistol
Drill Type: Variable Speed Drill
ETL Listed: Yes
Handle Material: plastic
Height (in): 8.97
Housing Material: metal
Internet Product Code (IPC): BBCD2CBFB60
Length (in): 10.25
Lock-on Switch: No
Maximum RPM: 2800.0
Maximum Torque (in-lbs): 400.0
Overload Protection: No
Package Contents: 3/8" Drill
Package Weight: 5.5
Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Corded
Range Spindle Lock: No
Reverse: Yes
Side Handle: No
Switch Type: trigger
UL Listed: Yes
Variable Speed: Yes
Voltage: 120.0
Warranty: 5 year manufacturer warranty
Width (in): 3.03
Internal Supplier Part #: 0240-20
MFG Model # (Series): 0240-20
MFG Part # (OEM): 0240-20
Product Name: 3/8 In. Drill
UPC: 045242195763
Top Rated: 3.8
Rocker Switch: Yes
Weight (lbs): 4.25
Acme Tools Air Shipment Restricted: N
Acme Tools Prop65 Compliant: N
Acme Tools Carb Compliant: N
Customer Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall good drill Burned out my old drill trying to drill holds in vehicle frame. This one was suggested at the home center, so I bought it. I first used it for some light duty wood drilling for other projects, and it worked great. Once. Then the chuck started coming apart. And it was very difficult to turn. I had things to get done, so I didn't take the time to return it. Now I have to hold the chuck together to change bits. But otherwise it is a great drill. Best I've owned in the past 40+ years. Plenty of power, easy to modulate speed, comfortable to grip and use.
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value, but a bit frusterating to use if your a novice First off, I will admit that for overall value, this is a great drill. However it is a bit difficult to use (due to its power) if your a novice. One very frusterating point is that unlick a hand drill, when you depress the trigger, the chuck doesnt stop spiining, instead keeps spinning at full throttle until it winds down. Due to this, we have stripped our share of construction screws and bits.
Date published: 2015-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still building a quality drill Around 25 years ago my Dad got a new Milwaukee 3/8 drill. I was just a kid but even I could tell it was a quality tool. I used that drill often and as a kid sometimes for things that drills probably shouldn't be used for and he still has uses it to this day. About 3 years ago I moved and had to get my own drill so I bought a Milwaukee. This drill seems to be as good as the ones they made back then. I wasn't sure about the key less chuck but it actually seems to grip better than than the keyed chucks.
Date published: 2013-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cheap unflexable cord !! Because of the stiff cord i will not recomend. It is hard to put away and i feel it will start to crack very soon.
Date published: 2012-02-18
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