FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Right Angle Electric Drill - 1/2in., 750 RPM, 7 Amp, Model# 3102-6
Wow! I wish all my tools were this great
I've been rewiring my 1870's Victorian home. Drilling through 100+ year old native oak rafters was awful, even with my best drill. A straight drill with bit wouldn't fit between rafters. Going through at an angle caused the drill to twist violently as it came out the other side. After messing up my shoulder I bought one of these corded Milwaukee corded right angle drills. It is amazing. With a decent bit it goes right through that native oak with no trouble. It doesn't even slow down. This is, perhaps, the most reliable power tool I own. Worth every penny.
March 21, 2011
Milwaukee Right Angle Drill
I use one of these drills for my electrical trade, and absolutely love it. It never lacks for power, never bogs down, and has plenty of torque.
It has never let me down on any occasion, through mud, cold, wet, and otherwise harsh conditions.
I have had it for 25 years ( it belonged to my Dad who was also an electrician) and can think of nothing bad to say about it. It even has the original cord! ( I have damaged that a time or two)
Every electrician should have one of these babies in their arsenal.
June 1, 2010
best for drilling though a house
This drill is great for driving holesaws, selffeed bits, mixing paddles and auger bits
February 22, 2010
Like no other drill you own!
As someone who does alot of electrical work, I am often in a situation where I need to make holes in some very tight spots in order to run wires. I had destroyed my craftsman 14.4 volt cordless while drilling out the first floor floor joist for recessed lighting when it hit me that I was using the wrong tool for the job- I needed serious power that could operate in tight confines such as between studs and joist.
So I ordered the Milwaukee . When the drill came, I was surprised to see a plastic case instead of the familiar red metal case like the one that came with my Milwaukee sawzall. but there is room for extra bits and such. This drill came with a non removable cord.While the long length and heavy gauge of the cord are fine, I had been under the impression that the cord would be removable as is the case for many Milwaukee tools.(again, like my sawzall) The tool comes with auxiliary handles(2) and all the accessories needed to change the drills chuck speed or remove the angle drive head to convert the drill to a straight rear handled drill.This drill has a powerful 7 amp variable speed reversible motor.
I have used this drill to renovate my bathroom and the drill effortlessly drilled the large holes needed to run the drain lines as well as the smaller ones for electrical wires and supply pipes.
Recently I had to drill out another basement to run wires for recessed lighting- I was amazed at how fast this drill made short work of that task.
Installing a home theatre recently showed the true skill of this drill as it made the running of the needed wires alot easier with alot less and smaller holes in the walls!
This drill is great because you can remove the angle drive to convert the drill to a straight drill. The angle head can be installed two ways in order to control the maximum speed. This drill is great for driving holesaws, selffeed bits, mixing paddles and auger bits!
November 3, 2009
In addition to its' construction applications, this right-angle drill is a useful and capable tool as a winch driver on sailboats. With the addition of a winch socket bit, it provides a low-cost, portable source for power to sheet and halyard winches, at savings of several thousand dollars. Overall, an excellent, well made, multi-application tool.
January 21, 2008
My husband is in construction. I always buy the best professional tools for him. This right angle drill is outstanding( so says hubby) He said the duriablity and power of this is well worth the price
October 29, 2007