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DEWALT DWD115K 8 Amp 3/8-Inch VSR Mid-Handle Grip Drill Kit with Keyless Chuck

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  • 8-amp motor delivers high performance in heavy-duty applications
  • 3/8-inch all-metal ratcheting keyless chuck for greater bit retention
  • 0-2,500 RPM VSR trigger for versatility in drilling and fastening applications
  • Mid-handle grip design with soft grip provides increased balance and comfort
  • All ball-bearing construction provides greater durability and longer tool life
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DEWALT DWD115K 8 Amp 3/8-Inch VSR Mid-Handle Grip Drill Kit with Keyless Chuck + DEWALT DW1361 Titanium Pilot Point Drill Bit Set, 21-Piece + DEWALT DW2166 45-Piece Screwdriving Set
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DWD115K
Item Weight6.6 pounds
Product Dimensions13.1 x 12.8 x 3.4 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
Item model numberDWD115K
Size1
ColorYellow
Voltage120.00
Item Package Quantity1
Special Featuresheavy-duty
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description90 Day Money Back Guarantee
  
Additional Information
ASINB0014GKA86
Best Sellers Rank #5,721 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 9, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • heavy-duty

Product Description

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Versatile and easy to handle, the DEWALT DWD115K 3/8-inch VSR mid-handle drill kit with keyless chuck delivers the power you need in a light-duty drill for all your drilling and fastening projects. Enjoy the drill's variable-speed trigger, convenient reversing switch, and comfortable mid-handle grip so you can work smarter for longer.

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3/8-Inch VSR Mid-Handle Drill Kit with Keyless Chuck
At a Glance:
  • Reliable 8-amp motor

  • Variable-speed control from 0 to 2,500 RPM

  • Soft, non-slip rubber grip and lightweight design

  • Three-year limited warranty, one-year free service, 90-day money-back guarantee
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DEWALT (DWD115K) 3/8-Inch VSR Mid-Handle Drill Kit with Keyless Chuck

The VSR mid-handle drill is ideal for a wide range of drilling and fastening applications. View larger.
Mid-Handle Grip
Mid-handle grip
Patented DEWALT-Built Motor with Overload Protection
With its powerful 8-amp motor, the DEWALT DWD115K 3/8-inch VSR mid-handle drill is capable of delivering speeds of 0 to 2,500 RPM. This translates to quick, versatile drilling and driving.

Designed for Versatility and Durability
The dependable DWD115K is versatile enough for common around-the-home tasks and light, job-site work. The reversible drill features a 1-inch capacity when working in wood with a spade bit, and it can handle a capacity of 1-1/8 inches when used in wood with a hole saw. When used in steel with a twist bit, the drill can handle a capacity of 3/8-inch.

Its 3/8-inch ratcheting keyless chuck tightens as you work to deliver greater bit retention, and the drill's ball-bearing construction provides added durability.

Built with Comfortable, Accurate Handling in Mind
Comfortable handling goes a long way toward ensuring accurate results. The DWD115K is built to allow ergonomic hand positioning, and its soft grip and well-balanced design offer improved user comfort and better overall command of the drill. It also weighs an easy-to-manage 4.1 pounds, decreasing user fatigue after extended use.

The 3/8-inch VSR mid-handle drill kit with keyless chuck comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.

What's in the Box
One DEWALT DWD115K 3/8-inch VSR mid-handle drill and kit box.


DEWALT (DWD115K) 3/8-Inch VSR Mid-Handle Drill Kit with Keyless Chuck
The DEWALT VSR mid-handle drill comes with a durable kit box for safe keeping.


Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This drill is very powerful and well balanced.
Long Time User
Trigger is very and sensibly easy to control; goes smoothly from very slow to absolute tops in speed.
Old Codger
I like the mid-handle, well balanced, makes it easy to handle.
Linda F

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 130 people found the following review helpful By LIEB on August 18, 2008
My father and I recently took on the construction of an above ground pool deck. We used 2 24v cordless drills(only drills we ever needed for most jobs). Though both drills had the power to drive, the project ate up the batteries so fast that we were left waiting for a recharge to the point where it became annoying. And also we were only able to get the full power of the drills for about 70% of the battery life. Keep in mind this is a very large deck and we were on a tight time frame.

So i decided to give my father my batteries to use while i went to purchase this drill. I broke out my extension cord, and started driving in 4in deck screws like they were being shot in with a nail gun. This 8amp has so much power. And its probably the most comfortable drill I've ever held due to the placement of the handle and weight balance.

Bottom line: Best 3/8in drill I've used. Its cheap, very powerful and renewed my faith in 3/8in corded drills. When it comes to drilling tons of screws on bigger projects, I'll grab for this in a heartbeat.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By A. Saleem on January 4, 2010
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I purchased this drill before a mostly DIY kitchen renovation where we figured we'd need the power of a corded drill. I'm really glad we got this drill as it is solidly built, well-balanced, and has a ton of power. I've used it to drill holes, from tiny ones to large Forstner-mades, drive all sorts of screws into studs and hardwoods, and mix thin-set.

The chuck spins easily when changing bits, so it's fast to switch the chuck from a thin to a thick bit (or vice versa). I've never had a bit slip in the chuck - those teeth clamp down securely.

The variable speed trigger is quite sensitive and there have been times when I've given it a little more power than I was wanting to and stripped a screw head or over-driven a screw deeper than I wanted to. In those situations, I might have opted for a cordless drill/driver since they're not as powerful or aggressive. It's taken me some time to get used to the sensitivity of the trigger and now I'm much better at squeezing gently and gradually. I didn't have all of this extra power in my previous drill and I was accustomed to giving the trigger a full squeeze all the time.

But those cordless power tools will never be able to mix thinset (and if they can it won't be for very long!). If you do use this drill to mix thinset (with the appropriate mixing wheel, of course), take it slow and rest the drill plenty. It will overheat and smoke if you push it too hard.

Another note - it's a fairly loud drill, especially compared to the wimpier cordless drills. And if you are doing finer work with it and like to have your face closer to your workpiece to the right of your drill (remember your safety glasses!), you'll get blast of air in the face from the side vent.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Snowman on December 1, 2010
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My B&D 18V NiCd battery recently died and it took the charger with it. So I decided to buy one corded drill for heavy duty work and one lithium Ion drill for day to day light work. So I ordered this puppy...Here is what I like so far:
1. Cord is long enough ( I think 8 feet) no need to use extension cord all the time.
2. Well balanced, weight wise... Doesn't create a fatigue.
3. Chuck is not slipping.
4. Nice torque at slow speeds.
5. Trigger sensitivity is right, not too sensitive.
6. Small yet very powerful.

What I don't like:
1. The carrying case. It is hard plastic, I would prefer some sort of fabric carrying case like pouch. My new B&D 20V Lithium Ion drill came with very nice carrying case.

Over all highly recommended for heavy duty works.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By H. Nguyen on August 20, 2011
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My new 3.5 amp Ryobi burned out when I was mixing self-leveling cement. I grabbed my 4 amp Craftsman and it started smoking. I ran to the local home big box and found an 8 amp Milwaukee 0240-20 3/8-Inch Drill and this 8 amp DeWALT. I've always preferred DeWALT over Milwaukee but the Milwaukee was cheaper at this store so I grabbed it instead. The 8 amp was enough power to complete the cement mixing but it felt a little hard to hold steady when compared to the Ryobi.

When I saw this DeWALT in a Gold Box deal, I grabbed one right away. I tested it against my Milwaukee. Both appears to have comparable power and would have no trouble tackling any home improvement project. The Milwaukee has a higher RPM, 2800, compared to the DeWALT's 2500. Both have keyless chuck. Both have enough power to easily strip screw head if you're not used to them.

The big difference is in the placement of the handle. The Milwaukee's handle is all the way at the end. It made the drill feel longer and I felt further away from the work piece. The drill is pretty solid so the location of the handle made it front heavy. The DeWALT felt just as heavy but the mid handle location made it more balanced. The handle location didn't make much difference when I'm drilling holes but the DeWALT had the advantage when driving in screws, especially vertical surfaces. With one hand holding the screw and one on the drill, the balance of the DeWALT made it easier to control.

Both drills are equally great. Whenever I needed a drill, I'll grab the one that's closest. If I had to pick just one, then I'd pick the DeWALT for its balance.
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