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Milwaukee 0240-20 3/8-Inch Drill

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  • Powerful 8.0 Amp motor (120 AC Only)
  • 0-2,800 RPM for the best combination of speed and torque
  • Perfect for metal drilling, wood drilling, and fastening applications
  • Durable all-metal gear case provides superior gear support
  • Soft-grip handle and two-finger trigger for added comfort
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes 3/8-in Drill - 0240-20, Product Manual

From the Manufacturer

With a powerful 8.0 amp motor and 0-2,800 RPM, the Milwaukee 0240-20 3/8-inch drill has the power to perform even the toughest applications. Durability comes standard with an all-metal gear case that protects the gears and provides superior support in high-torque applications. The power and durability of Milwaukee's 3/8-inch drill make it the perfect tool for metal drilling, wood drilling and fastening applications.

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Technical Details
Part Number 0240-20
Item Weight4.6 pounds
Product Dimensions11.4 x 8.9 x 3.1 inches
Item model number0240-20
Size0.375
ColorRed
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description5 Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB002WJH9WE
Best Sellers Rank #28,821 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 25, 2009
  
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Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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Customer Reviews

Well balanced drill with great power.
Mr. T
I am very happy with this Milwaukee drill, and can recommend it.
C.V. May
It's a no frills, get the job done type drill.
Jeff

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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on January 3, 2010
Short Review:
Despite being made in China this exhibits true Milwaukee quality and care. It's surprisingly cheap but doesn't skimp on quality and craftsmanship. The drill can handle any job you throw at it and doesn't hiccup at all.

Long Review:
In the 3/8 inch drill line by Milwaukee this new (introduced in late October 2009) addition to the team has the highest amperage motor (at 8 amps) and the fastest rotational speed as well (2,800 rpm). Because of this it would make sense that it would cost slightly more than the 7 and 5.5 amp drills in this class, but that's not the case. In fact this drill is only 70% the cost of the previously least expensive drill in the lineup. Before purchasing this drill at a local hardware store I was uncertain as to why, it didn't make sense to me, but upon opening the box and examining the drill the best reason I can give is that this model was made in China whereas the other Milwaukee drills are all made in the United States.

While at the store I compared this to the 0201-20, both of which I removed from the box to examine. The craftsmanship of both was basically identical, although the 0240-20 has a bit more rubber on the handle for grip. Aesthetically speaking the 0240-20 is a bit more "futuristically" stylized. This has nothing to do with function but, I feel like it does make the drill look quite snazzy. This drill doesn't come with a side handle which I would suspect removes 20 dollars from the price tag as well. I also checked the trigger to see how smoothly it could be depressed, and I actually felt the 0240-20 was a bit more refined and smooth. The 3 plastic parts that compose the back of the drill are molded well and fit together without any gaps and fits snuggly against the metal gear case.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeff VINE VOICE on February 9, 2010
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I needed a new corded drill to replace my 19 year old Dewalt. I researched many drills and decided on the Milwaukee.

It's a no frills, get the job done type drill. The 8 amp motor has enough torgue to power through anything, even concrete. The speed chuck is made of metal so it can handle some abuse. The metal gear case is a nice feature to add strength for when we drop the drill.

Last night I put the Milwaukee to the test. I am making 4 bookcase cabinets for the family. Part of this project includes drilling what seems like a million holes for the adjustable shelving. Well, almost a million. It's more like 500 holes. The Milwaukee came through like a champ. The variable speed was slow enough to start the holes in the plastic jig, then speed up for finishing. The speed chuck kept the drill bit in line with no wobble.

The Milwaukee feels good in the hand and well balanced. I wasn't sure about the double finger trigger system, but after the 100th hole I appreciated how responsive it was. My hand or fingers didn't cramp from continued use.

Milwaukee says this new drill is part of their Tradesman line. It's well built with plenty of power for any DIY project. This is my first Milwaukee tool and I am very happy.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Carlos on June 12, 2011
I think this drill could be one of the best 3/8 drills in the market if is not by a light off-centered chuck that makes the bit tip to wobble, obviously affecting the precision of the bit diameter.

The construction is tough (metal gear case) and it have a really powerful 8 amp motor. The performance and sound of the motor it's amazing. When one have it in the hands one can really tell that it's a very nice, well balanced, extremely durable power tool (comes with a 5 year guarantee), also the cord lenght is very good, and is affordable. I think it will be hard to find a similar construction around that price.

Anyway, I give 3 stars (I would give 3.5) because the wobble. I know this is not a precision tool but I really needed to be respected the bit diameter for some small pieces that I'm working on. For me this is unacceptable from a brand that claims to have a superior quality. This is my first Milwaukee power tool and my experience tells me that I'm part of the transition between the 'Milwaukee legend' and the typical dad/grandpa comment: "in my times things used to be better built". I even saw in the Milwaukke website that some users have 'Milwaukee' tattoos, I wonder if somebody would do it based on this drill experience.

I bought it at Home Depot and after I perceived the wobble problem I exchanged it and the same thing happened, so I'm going to return it. I don't think necessarily comes with this problem because is made in China, I think this is just a Milwaukee poor quality control. It's a shame because for me this set the dilemma to get the Dewalt DWD115K (very similar characteristics but plastic gear case) or to spend 40 dlls more and get the Hitachi D10VF.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C.V. May TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 16, 2013
This 3/8-Inch corded drill is just the right price, power, weight and quality for occasional DIY'ers. There are heavier duty, more expensive corded drills out there, but you must shell out much more cash and that might be overkill for typical home repair work. A drill of this quality is ideal for anything except serious, heavy duty construction work.

So, for construction, such as building a deck, building a long fence, or adding a room this drill will be pushing it so a more powerful 1/2-Inch drill will be needed, but for most smaller projects and normal home repairs, it is hard to beat. Or so says my hardware store tool expert...best bang for the buck.

For driving screws and for other light duty jobs, a cordless drill or screwdriver is lighter and much more precise than this corded drill, so you should also own one. But for actually drilling holes, reaming, countersinking, buffing, sanding, or for other medium to heavier duty jobs, give me a powerful corded drill every time, not cordless. And give me this drill.

The price is right too. I am very happy with this Milwaukee drill, and can recommend it. In my opinion: Four stars because there are more powerful, much more expensive, quality drills out there...otherwise it is five stars in its price and quality range, and for its intended use.

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