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Craftsman 11581 19.2-volt C3 Cordless 1/2" Drill/Driver

Item# 00911581000P | Model# 11581 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Description Specifications
This Craftsman Drill/Driver has a powerful 19.2 volt DC motor and variable speed operation (0-400/0-1400 RPM). Reversible, featuring electric brake and auto spindle lock, this drill is versatile and lightweight.

  • Kit Includes:
  • Cordless Drill/Driver
  • 19.2 Volt, 0-400, 0-1400 RPM
  • Features and Benefits:
  • Cordless
  • 1 hour charge
  • Mid-handle design for balance and comfort
  • Electric brake
  • Adjustable torque clutch
  • Locks for drilling
  • Auto spindle lock
  • 1/2" Keyless chuck
  • 2 Bubble levels
  • Bit storage
  • Variable speeds
  • Built-in LED light
  • Weight: 4.63 lbs.
  • Some assembly required
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Praise
By Gilcontr
November 6th, 2012
Works great but the chuck on mine acts up sometimes...

So I've had mine for a while now and love it. I have had 2 weird problems with it though... Sometimes the chuck slips and battery life fluctuates. Battery has been tested and found to work fine...

2 found this review helpful
Criticism
By TheRavan
June 16th, 2008
Burnup to Easy

This drill is not made for medium. Only lite use. There is a small eletronic part under the nad grip that can't handle extended use. This has happened to two of these drills. The first one lasted about 3 years. The second last less than 2 two. I ma not a contractor, just a guy doing work around the house. Like putting up a deck and not a very big one and put in a fence which is less than 100 feet long and ohter jobs around the house. If you must buy this drill get the extended warrenty and save your receipt. You will need it. Putting on your sears card does you no good. Got to have the receipt. If I had to do it over i would buy a De walt. If i could find out the part number of the electronic part I would replace it but that is like trying to find a needle in a hay stack.

2 found this review helpful
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DieselMutt

Quality Pliers

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I needed a set of these pliers to help break loose a stuck fitting. These pliers did not slip, bit well into the fitting, and gave me enough leverage to break the fitting loose. The adjustment level on these pliers are not as good as on the higher Craftsman pliers (others give you the ability to make smaller opening/closing size adjustments), but they are still a good quality pliers at a reasonable price. You can't go wrong with Evolv if your looking to save money, but still receive quality in your purchase. I have been purchasing Craftsman Evolv tools since I purchased a cordless drill and none of the tools have failed yet.

July 30th via sears.com
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Dustin Manovski
| Earned 7,702 community points in Craftsman
January 10th
Erock33

Powerfull

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Great drill surprised me with the torque to drill a 3/4" hole to 7/8" about 2" deep

August 16th via sears.com
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ifuckay
have it

Sears 1/2 in drill

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I returned the item.Sears quality seems to be slipping.

May 24th via sears.com
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POLLY SPRINGER
| Earned 580 community points in Craftsman
May 4th
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