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Craftsman 3/8" 6 Amp Drill

Item# 010W009478460001P | Model# 1417 | Added on May 17, 2016 |
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Craftsman 3/8" 6 Amp Drill
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Get the Drilling Power You Need Versatile and flexible, the Craftsman 3/8" drill delivers serious drilling power to any job you take on. The keyless chuck accepts both 3/8" round and 1/4" hex bits, so you'll be able to use any bit in your set. When you need to drill for an extended amount of time, simply flip the lock-on switch and enjoy continuous power. This tool sees its fair share of debris, so it's built with a durable plastic and steel housing. Variable speed ability allows you to drill at your own pace based on the task and material.

  • Delivers up to 2,700 RPMs
  • Variable speed trigger
  • Keyless 2-sleeve chuck accepts 3/8" round & 1/4" hex bits
  • Cord guard protects the cord from bending to prevent damage
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By HappyPete
November 24th, 2016

Works fine. Holds bits securely. Power enough for most jobs.

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By searscom
June 10th, 2019
Not so great, it's "redesigned" for the "new look"

I've owned and used the previous decades version of this drill. The old one has a deeper keyless chuck which has larger splines inside, to hold bits more securely. The new one has smaller splines which don't hold the bit very well, so the bitt just stops turning, as the small chuck can't grip it sufficiently. As the chuck is physically smaller, it is hard to grasp the tightening portion of the knurled chuck to tighten and loosen the chuck's grip. The reverse-forward switch has been relocated to now above the power-speed trigger switch, so that it takes two hands to operate the reverse-forward button; one hand to hold the drill and the other hand to press the button. On the old model, the reverse-forward control was a lever incorporated with the power-speed trigger, permitting one-hand, one-finger control of speed and direction with one's trigger finger. This left the free hand to hold the work-piece. The designer of this drill seems to never have used a reversible drill in real life. Likely just re-designed the older model for the "new look" on the computer and never had to actually use the product, after it was manufactured. Recommend buy the old version of this drill from an Ebay seller. It's larger, more robust with more torque for tough jobs. Even though 20 years-old, its a better product and you'll be happier with it. this new version is miki-mse !

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paid for it never received it


Paid for it never received it......

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Works Well!


Nice drill, it works well and does as designed. I would recommend it .

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