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Milwaukee 5376-20 Heavy Duty Corded Hammer Drill, 120 V, 8 A, 1/2 in Keyed Chuck, 0 - 2800 rpm

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About the Milwaukee 5376-20

The Milwaukee 5376-20 model 1/2" Hammer Drill is a part of the Hammer Drill Series. This comes with a 1/2" bit. This single speed hammer drill gives you superior performance, and stands behind the reputation of a long tool life, and up to 2X more durability than other leading competitors. It has an all-metal gear housing and heavy-duty metal chuck, and comes equipped with a removable 360-degree 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 # 5376-20
Shipping Dimensions 10.9" x 12.0" x 3.0"
Weight 6.52 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Heavy Duty
  • Voltage Rating:120 V
  • Current Rating:8 A
  • Chuck Size:1/2 in
  • Chuck Type:Keyed
  • Speed:0 - 2800 rpm
  • Housing Finish Color:Red
  • Handle Style:Side Handle
  • Includes:(1) 360 deg Side Handle, (1) Depth Rod, (1) Chuck Key, (1) Carrying Case
  • Standards:UL Listed, CSA Certified
  • Usage:Used to Electricians, Plumbers, HVAC, Tele-Com, Re-modelers
  • Powerful 8 A motor: Delivers 0-2800 rpm and 0-48000 BPM for superior performance
  • Compact 11.5 in length: Allows for work in tight spaces
  • All-metal gear case: Provides 2X more durability than the leading competitor
  • 2-Mode operation: Hammer Drill and drill-only modes for concrete, wood and metal
  • Heavy-duty metal chuck: Provides superior durability and bit retention
  • Over-mold: Increases grip and reduces vibration
  • 360 deg locking side handle with depth gauge: Permits maximum maneuverability and control

Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews


Hot and not in a good way. Rated 2 by Anonymous
I wish I had more time to evaluate this drill but it died after only a few uses. From the beginning it consistently overheated and eventually had a complete failure even while being careful to not overload it. I did like the compact size vs power of it but could not recommend it for any sort of consistent use.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014

Awesome Baby! Rated 5 by Anonymous
Awesome!
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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