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Milwaukee 0240-20 Heavy Duty Right Angle Corded Drill, 120 V, 8 A, 3/8 in Keyless Chuck

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About the Milwaukee 0240-20

The Milwaukee 0240-20 model 3/8" Corded Drill is a part of the Magnum Series. This comes with a 3/8" drill bit. This 3/8" drill has been made to power through the toughest applications. It includes an 8' 2-wire cord and side handle.It has a 8 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 0 - 2,800 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 0240-20
Shipping Dimensions 11.3" x 3.0" x 9.0"
Weight 5.50 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Heavy Duty, Right Angle
  • Voltage Rating:120 V
  • Amperage Rating:8 A
  • Chuck Size:3/8 in
  • Chuck Type:Keyless
  • Speed:0 - 2800 rpm
  • Housing Material:Cast Aluminum
  • Housing Finish Color:Red
  • Handle Style:Pistol Grip
  • Includes:(1) Soft Grip Handle
  • Standards:CSA, ETL and UL Listed
  • Special :Ball and Needle Bearings
  • The variable speed trigger allows for running speeds of 0-2800 rpms
  • Ideal for fast drilling in wood and metal
  • The soft grip handle is designed to fit the human hand making it comfortable for prolonged use
  • The 2 finger trigger offers added versatility in handling of the drill

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


Still building a quality drill Rated 5 by Anonymous
Around 25 years ago my Dad got a new Milwaukee 3/8 drill. I was just a kid but even I could tell it was a quality tool. I used that drill often and as a kid sometimes for things that drills probably shouldn't be used for and he still has uses it to this day. About 3 years ago I moved and had to get my own drill so I bought a Milwaukee. This drill seems to be as good as the ones they made back then. I wasn't sure about the key less chuck but it actually seems to grip better than than the keyed chucks.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

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