The Milwaukee 0370-20 model 3/8" Close Quarter Angle Drill is a part of the Close Quarter Drills Series. This comes with a 3/8" drill bit (sold separately). This 3/8" drill provides a unique chuck angle for reaching into tight areas. It's large paddle trigger and textured grip area provides comfort and control in all positions. The angled cord exit keeps the cord out of the work area. The convenient forward/reverse lever is convenient to use in close quarters.It has a 3.5 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 0 - 1,300 RPM.
Milwaukee Electric Tool
Angled chuck for reaching close quarters other drills cannot reach
Large paddle trigger for smooth control and easy grip in any position
Not quite there yet Rated 3 by Anonymous I bought this tool to drill 1/2" holes though about 5" of wood for hex bolts in stud replacements. The tools barely powers thorugh them with a nice bit. I found it surprisingly light duty for a Milwaukee - expecting a heavier duty product. It felt cheaper and less quality. What really ticked me off is the cord coming at 45 deg out back. In tight quarters, between studs, it kept interfering with movement and catching on conduits. The cord should emerge straight down, or even tilted towards the front. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012
Did not work for as advertised Rated 1 by Anonymous Agree with Mikey et al. Bought to drill holes in studs for wiring. Tool advertised as "heavy duty". Wouldn't even drill 1/2" hole without stalling. To compare, I drilled 1" hole (auger bit) with my 1/2" chuck 18V cordless relatively easily. Couldn't believe a corded product would be so wimpy. Never did enough to run into the "cord positioning" problem. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014
Good for woodworking Rated 4 by Anonymous This drill is great for wood working. I use this drill for screwing in pocket screws. It does not have enough power for larger lag screws. For larger drill use the Super Hawg. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jul/2015
you need to get the rpm up to 2500 Rated 1 by Anonymous the rpm need to gut up to 2500 sanding and polishing turned wood Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014