|Item Weight||5.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.6 x 4.3 x 12.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DR201K|
|Warranty Description||Two year home use warranty|
Black & Decker DR201K 5 Amp 3/8-Inch Drill with Keyless Chuck
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- Powerful 5-amp motor for demanding drilling and driving tasks
- Variable speed/reversing for controlled drilling and driving
- Keyless chuck for easy bit changes
- 150-inch/pounds of torque
- Includes drill, double-ended screwdriving bit, and storage case
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3/8" Variable Speed Reversing Drill, 5.0A, 0-1350 RPM, High Power Motor & Double Gear Reduction, Mid-Handle Design & 2 Finger Trigger, 3/8" Chuck Capacity, Lock-On Button For Continuous Use, Includes Kit Box & Screwdriving Bit.
From the Manufacturer
Black & Decker introduces the next generation of its popular, corded drills and hammer drills. These durable, hardworking drills offer a new industrial design, more power and improved features to take on all types of demanding do-it-yourself projects. These drills are equipped with a mid-handle design and soft rubber over-molded handles to provide more comfort and better control. The drills also have two-finger contoured triggers that are easy to grip. The forward/reverse switch is positioned just above the trigger for quick, convenient access. A lock-on button offers continuous drilling. The DR201K 3/8" drill has 5.0 amps of power that delivers 150 in./lbs. of torque. This high-power output is achieved through a durable new high-powered motor with double gear reduction.
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First, the no-key chuck will sometimes allow a drill bit to slip when under heavy load. I have had this to happen several times with drill bits that have a round shaft. My work-around solution has been to buy drill bits that are made with shafts that have at least one flat side. That solves the problem, but these flat-sided drill bits are more expensive.
Second, the trigger function is abrupt, and does not easily allow the user to use this variable-speed drill as a screw driver. I do sometimes use it as a screw driver, but I must be VERY careful when doing so to keep from over-speeding the screw or stripping the screw head.
Overall, the drill is pretty powerful, inexpensive and functions well with drill bits that have a flat side that the chuck can grip securely. Round bits will work, too, as long as you don't put them under a heavy load. (The no-key chuck will sometimes make you wish this drill had the old fashioned key-type chuck.) You can also use this drill as an occasional screw driver, but it does not like this role, and it makes you take a lot of extra care to get screws driven in cleanly.
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