|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 12.6 x 4.2 inches|
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|Item model number||DW160V|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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|National Stock Number||5130-01-451-7228|
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DEWALT DW160V 3/8-Inch VSR Right Angle Drill
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- Compact right-angle design for easy access in tight places
- Paddle switch for convenient one-handed operation
- Chuck is shielded to protect workpiece from chuck teeth in confined areas
- 100% ball-bearing construction provides durability and longer tool life
- Double gear reduction increases torque performance and decreases gear stress
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|Voltage||120 Volts||Information not provided||20 Volts||120 Volts|
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Top Customer Reviews
If you have air around, and don't need to make large holes in 2x12s, the air driver Porter Cable is sweet. Has air pressure, to create torque and variable speed adjustments, and has reversing capabilities, and is the best price on the block.
My pick is the Makita 110 volt model. It has the largest amperage motor in the medium duty range, has variable speed, reversing, and an adjustable speed limiting dial, an LED light to illuminate your work, and is guaranteed to last the lifetime of the tool.
Next is the Bosch with a slightly weaker motor at 3.8 amps, and doesn't have the speed range of the Makita, even though it is at the same price. Nice overall tool though.
Then comes the Milwaukee 55 degree angle drill. Fine for additional leverage while drilling, but could be a problem for deeper access areas when making 90-degree applications. Especially important in crammed quarters, when you would have to swing the body out the additional 35 degrees to get a 90-degree angle.
Black and Decker makes a lightweight unit, and will suffice for the occasional weekend warrior.
The Dewalt unit, fills a niche, but is a very good example of getting what you pay for. If it were not for the no reversing, and no variable speed capabilities, and for making the paddle switch so long, that gets in the way, even when you don't want it to, makes the unit, strictly for those who are price conscious first, and tool conscious later.
Wake up and smell the Makita. :-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We're using this with a wire brush head to remove old coating on our log home and it is working well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Roork
I do not own this drill, I AM in he market to buy a close quarters right angle drill, I have used a Chicago Electric with the cord exiting out the back like this one and was very... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Victor
I do not care for the wrap around handle. I use it for sanding in my woodturning business. It works well but I would prefer a trigger switch.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is A very poor design . The paddle switch is difficult to use. If it is laid down on the wrong side the drill will start running. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Melvin D. McCann
Exactly like my first one I used for work for 20+ years, this one also has a reversing switch.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer
It's a Dewalt...quality as expected. Price was right and shipping time was good.Published 5 months ago by Reel-Lentless