DeWalt DWD112 3/8 in. 0 - 2,500 RPM 7.0 Amp VSR Pistol Grip Drill with Keyless Chuck

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3/8 in. 0-2,500 RPM 7.0 Amp VSR Pistol Grip Drill - DWD112. Keyless Chuck


Product Title: DeWalt DWD112 3/8 in. 0 - 2,500 RPM 7.0 Amp VSR Pistol Grip Drill with Keyless Chuck

Manufacturer: DeWalt

Lowest Price: $49.46 from Home Depot

Power Score: 3.7 | 6 Reviews

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This product is poor quality

Dewalt used to be a dependable brand but after i used this drill im just disappointed. the key chuck feature would not get tight enough and stripped the insides out.

By Jaxx on Home Depot - Dec 10, 2012

Really powerfull

This is a very powerful drill. I find it heavy for small or precise jobs but great for drilling 2x4's,4x4's or masonry. I was disappointed to find it was made in China. I would not have purchased it had I known.

By Jack on Home Depot - Jun 9, 2012

Not as good as the older model.

I purchased this drill as a back up for my 8 year old DW106 (I changed the brushes twice so I figured it was on its last leg). It has 2 more amps than my older model and you definitely feel the power difference although not as much as I would think. The main difference seems to be quality. My older model was made in the USA and this one China (the first one I bought was DOA so I exchanged it for...
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By Skip on Home Depot - Mar 15, 2012

Great Corded Drill

This is a great corded drill to have around. Plenty of power and good trigger (speed) control. If you need power and are on a budget (those 18V cordless drills are really expensive, not to mention when the batteries stop holding a charge), this is a great choice. It doesn't have a clutch like most cordless drills do, but a little practice on the trigger and its just fine. I really like having...
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By GoBlueEngineer on Home Depot - Mar 5, 2012

Gets Hot Fast

Seems to be high quality, but after driving 8 lag bolts over an hour it is too hot to use. I would step up to the 1/2" chuck model, but it doesn't have the RPM's I might occasionally need and doesn't have significantly more amperage.

By Milo on Home Depot - Dec 29, 2011

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