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Milwaukee 3/8 Inch Close Quarter Angle Drill

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3/8 In. Close Quarters Angle Drill

MILWAUKEE-0370-20

This Milwaukee® 3/8 In. Close Quarter Angle Drill offers a unique chuck angle that makes working in tight spaces effortless. With 3.5 amps and 1300 RPM, this tool delivers the power you need for a ran... read more

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MILWAUKEE-0370-20 is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 7.
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Features

This Milwaukee® 3/8 In. Close Quarter Angle Drill offers a unique chuck angle that makes working in tight spaces effortless. With 3.5 amps and 1300 RPM, this tool delivers the power you need for a range of applications. This corded angle drill is perfect for drilling and fastening jobs in crawl spaces, between floor joists, and in overhead areas. To keep the cable out of the work area and out of harm's way, the tool features an angled power cord exit. This electric angle drill features a sizable paddle trigger and nicely positioned forward/reverse lever, allowing for smooth operation and resulting in increased efficiency. When working with the Milwaukee angle drill, you'll find that its textured grip prevents loss of control, eliminating frustration in close-quartered operation. The 3/8-inch keyed chuck provides slip-free operation, while the tough metal-framed gear train increases gear performance over time. Use the variable-speed feature on the Milwaukee angle drill for precision drilling jobs and fastening applications.

Additional Features

  • 3.5 amps and 1300 RPM of power
  • 5-year warranty
  • Unique chuck angle designed for tight spaces
  • Angled power cord stays out of work area
  • Large paddle trigger offers smooth operation
  • Conveniently situated forward/reverse lever
  • Textured grip increases control
  • 3/8-inch keyed chuck ensures slippage-free operation
  • Metal-framed gear train extends tool life
  • Variable-speed operation allows for exacting work
Specifications
Acme Tools Brand Name: MILWAUKEE
Acme Tools Part Number: 0370-20
Assembled Weight (lbs): 3.9
CSA Certified: Yes
Case Included: No
Chuck Capacity: 3/8 in.
Chuck Design: Keyed
Chuck Size: 3/8 in
Color / Finish: Red, Grey, Black
Cord Length (ft): 8.0
Cordless / Corded: Corded
Country of Origin: CHN
Drill / Driver Maximum RPM: 1300
Drill Amperage (A): 3.5
Tool Handle Type: In Line
Drill Type: Right Angle Drill
ETL Listed: Yes
Forward / Reverse Rocker Switch: No
Handle Material: Plastic
Height (in): 7.5
Housing Material: Metal
Internet Product Code (IPC): DE25ACFB10D
Length (in): 11.0
Lock-on Switch: No
Maximum Torque (ft-lbs): 0.0
Net Tool Weight (lbs): 3.9
Package Contents: Drill, chuck key, key holder
Package Weight: 4.75
Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Corded
Range Spindle Lock: No
Reverse: Yes
Side Handle: No
Switch Type: Push Switch
UL Listed: Yes
Variable Speed: Yes
Voltage: 120.0
Warranty: 5 year manufacturer warranty
Weight (lbs): 3.9
Width (in): 3.13
Internal Supplier Part #: 0370-20
MFG Model # (Series): 0370-20
MFG Part # (OEM): 0370-20
Product Name: 3/8 In. Close Quarters Angle Drill
UPC: 045242002016
Top Rated: 2.4
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 Good Drill I bought this for sanding my wood turnings, it did not last long with all the dust, had to change the bearings, when I called support to complain they asked what I was using this Drill for & I told them SANDING!, the support person told me right away that this is a drill, not a sander... he is right, I should not be complaining about problems caused by doing something it's not designed for.
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from warning, dangerous design I know the tool should be unplugged prior to changing bits but it's very hard to hold the tool and use the chuck key without pressing the trigger. The red plastic guard at the top of the trigger catches on the chuck key, hopefully before mangling your fingers.
Date published: 2016-04-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty weak Agree about the lack of power and awkward reverse button. Power chord is in the way all the time. I have used two of these, and both tore themselves apart fairly quickly; used mostly for drilling 5/8" to 3/4" spud bits in studs, for wiring.
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for woodworking This drill is great for wood working. I use this drill for screwing in pocket screws. It does not have enough power for larger lag screws. For larger drill use the Super Hawg.
Date published: 2015-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from you need to get the rpm up to 2500 the rpm need to gut up to 2500 sanding and polishing turned wood
Date published: 2014-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work for as advertised Agree with Mikey et al. Bought to drill holes in studs for wiring. Tool advertised as "heavy duty". Wouldn't even drill 1/2" hole without stalling. To compare, I drilled 1" hole (auger bit) with my 1/2" chuck 18V cordless relatively easily. Couldn't believe a corded product would be so wimpy. Never did enough to run into the "cord positioning" problem.
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not quite there yet I bought this tool to drill 1/2" holes though about 5" of wood for hex bolts in stud replacements. The tools barely powers thorugh them with a nice bit. I found it surprisingly light duty for a Milwaukee - expecting a heavier duty product. It felt cheaper and less quality. What really ticked me off is the cord coming at 45 deg out back. In tight quarters, between studs, it kept interfering with movement and catching on conduits. The cord should emerge straight down, or even tilted towards the front.
Date published: 2012-05-16
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