|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.6 x 2.4 x 3.1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DA3010F|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||1 Year|
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Makita DA3010F 4 Amp 3/8-Inch Right Angle Drill with LED Light
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- Powerful 4.0 AMP motor with less weight (3.5 lbs.)
- Variable speed (0-2,400 RPM) for controlled drilling in wood/metal and speedy fastening
- Built-in L.E.D. light illuminates the work area
- Compact design (10-5/8"" long and 2-5/8"" head width) for use when working between framing studs and other close quarter applications
- Paddle switch with speed limiting dial to prevent over-tightening of fasteners and for easy one-handed operation
- All-ball bearing construction for longer tool life
- Drill Chuck (763174-5)
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Includes 3/8-in Angle Drill w/ Light - DA3010F-R, Grip Complete, Chuck Key, Key Holder, Operating Manual
From the Manufacturer
This angle drill has a remarkably durable high output white LED light which will illuminate your drilling area with a bulb that never needs replacing! This drill is lightweight (3.1 lbs.) and compact, with a reduced head height of 2-5/8 inches, perfect for cramped working spaces. The powerful 4.3-amp motor is an aggressive performer. This drill has a variable speed range between 0-2,400 rpm for controlled drilling in wood/metal and speed fastening. The paddle switch has a speed-limiting dial so that you wont over tighten fasteners. This also makes for easy, one-handed operation. The ball bearing construction ensures long tool life and smooth operation.
- Built-in shock proof, high output, white L.E.D. light illuminates drilling area and increases visibility with a bulb that never needs replacing throughout the life of the tool
- Powerful 4.0 amp motor and lightweight (3.1 lbs.)
- Compact (10-5/8" length) design for easy use when working between framing studs or any other close quarter application
- Variable speed (0 - 2,400 rpm) for controlled drilling in wood/metal and speedy fastening
- Paddle switch with speed limiting dial to prevent over tightening of fasteners and for easy one-handed operation
- Reduced head height (2-5/8") for working in limited space
- Ball bearing construction for longer motor life
What's in the Box
- Grip Complete
- Chuck Key
- Key Holder
- Capacities-- Wood 13/16"; Steel 3/8"
- No Load Speed: 0 - 2,400 rpm
- Amps: 4.0
- Overall Length: 10-5/8"
- Net Weight: 3.1 lbs.
Top customer reviews
My complaint and the reason for my 2-star rating is the speed control. The speed control using the graduated trigger is too sensitive for me - its too over-rev the drill on startup, and its too easy to start to bog the drill down if you're drilling at a low speed. Then if you press the trigger further to compensate for the loading, you can over-correct. I've never had this much trouble with any of the other variable speed drills I've used. Also, the speed "limiter" dial on the trigger works poorly in my opinion.
The dial limits how far the trigger can be depressed, which directly translates into how much voltage is applied across the motor. My complaint is that if you have no load on the drill, the drill will spin freely. However, once you put a load on the drill, the drill will slow down accordingly. If the speed limiter is engaged, you can't depress the trigger any more, so you can't get more speed, so you have to back off on your drilling or else you run the risk of overloading the drill and stopping it from rotating.
the dial limiter would work better if it was RPM limited instead of voltage limited. Of course, that's not how the trigger is setup, so this would not be an easy change to make.
My personal feelings are: if you're looking for a right angle drill, I can not recommend this drill. Instead, I recommend to look for another one - perhaps Milwaukee, Bosch, or Dewalt if these companies have comparable drills available (I haven't verified or investigated if these other companies have comparable drills available - I am mentioning these companies because I have used and purchased several of their tools in the past and have typically been pleased with them)
- Safety is horrible and I almost cut myself when I grabbed the drill and it turned on its own since there is no safety on the paddle switch and as you press ever slitty it will activate the drill immediately. The paddle switch covers most of the holding area of the drill.
- Key key shuck does not fit well. I called Makita for a second key which after asking for a manager for 20 mins later arguing with the support person It was offered to me at no cost. The key arrived on time but did not improve the ability to tighten the bit any better.
The bottom line: it is a great drill: BUT with major faults.
I am using this tool with a cord that has an on/off switch for safety when i am on the ladder or have to carry it plugged in.
The business end is 2.58" toe-to-heel.
Buy this if you...
- Often drill in tight spaces
. . . OR
- Like to collect and fondle gorgeous tools
If not, a right-angle attachment such as the Shop Fox D2960 Right Angle Drill Attachment will resolve your occasional low-clearance drama.
I also use it as a 3rd drill when multiple bits are in play. But for regular use, the boring power drills you already own handle better. The funky chuck, and the other flaws mentioned by critical reviewers: slightly annoying...until your remember that it's a pure-bred specialty tool.