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Craftsman 1/2 in. Corded Drill

Item# 00910116000P | Model# 10116 | Added on May 13, 2010 | Seller:
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Count on this 1/2 in Heavy Duty Corded Drill to Get Turning A muscly drill built designed to get the job done, this Craftsman 1/2 in heavy duty corded drill is powered by a potent 6 amp motor that turns the high torque spindle from 0-800 RPM, getting you through aluminum, wood, steel and plastic easily. An included side handle gives you adjustable support, while the ½ inch keyless chuck swaps drill bits fast and easily.
A solid addition to any tool kit, this 1/2 in heavy duty corded drill was built to withstand the most abusive environments. Featuring high impact housing, it resists drops, dents and scrapes, while the reinforced power cord housing stands up to tugs and abrasions. A solid tool that even features a live tool indicator for onsite safety, this drill delivers, wherever duty calls. Add it to your kit, and get the torque that gets the job done.

  • Craftsman 1/2 in heavy duty corded drill includes: Drill, handle and storage case
  • High torque gearing deliver 0-800 RPM
  • Variable speed trigger gives you control
  • Additional handle is perfect for drilling tough materials
  • High impact housing protects tool and reduces weight
  • Ergonomic design ensures comfort
  • 6.0 motor gives you serious power
  • Live tool indicator increases safety
  • ½ in. keyless chuck grabs securely
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By DangerousDan
May 18th, 2007
keyless chuck 1/2 inch corded drill

Very good tool, versatile. Excellent value. I like the levelling bubbles for vertical and horizontal drilling. One area that needs improvement is the keyless chuck. The red holddown button takes a lot of effort to push in and hold in place.

5 found this review helpful
By samj69
July 3rd, 2013
Plastic handle

The plastic handle loosens up and rubs against the plastic molding around the bit and the plastic **** burns off the molding on the bit

6 found this review helpful
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Awesome price for a quality product. I was able to buy this off of points I have earned. I used it and it works very well. I like the Craftsman brand.

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Absolute Junk


Drilled 4 1/2 inch holes through light steel stepping up the bit size slowly from small to 1/2 inch. Went to use the drill the next day and it is dead.

The "Craftsman" name is now what it used to mean. Zero help from store.

July 24th via
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Well built


Well built drill. Will have to see how it hold up in the long term but seems nice

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burnt up the first time we used it heavily


This is a house drill only, burnt it up the first time we used it on a large project! returning it! good thing i purchased the extended warranty.

July 9th via
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great all around drill


love the keyless chuck and powerful motor

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1/2 in Drill


I'm very happy with The 1/2in drill. It has enough power to mix a 5 gallon pail of paint. The extra handle makes it very easy to hold the drill steady when drilling through steel

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