Black & Decker DR250B 5.2 amp 3/8-inch VSR Drill/Driver with Storage Bag

August 1, 2013 - Comment

Great for light duty household jobs, from hanging window treatments to assembling furniture, this 3/8-inch drill/driver from Black & Decker is efficient, lightweight, and easy to use. A powerful 5.2 Amp motor gives you the right amount of strength for working with wood and plastics, while the DR250B’s compact design lets you get into even

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Great for light duty household jobs, from hanging window treatments to assembling furniture, this 3/8-inch drill/driver from Black & Decker is efficient, lightweight, and easy to use. A powerful 5.2 Amp motor gives you the right amount of strength for working with wood and plastics, while the DR250B’s compact design lets you get into even hard-to-reach areas. A keyless chuck makes for effortless bit changes, while a comfortable mid handle features soft grips to minimize user fatigue and help maintain a secure hold as you work. For added convenience, the DR250B provides a variable speed range from zero to 1,500 RPM, and gives you complete power in both forward and reverse settings. And you’ll never have to interrupt projects to hunt for the bit you need: on-board storage makes sure you have everything you need at your fingertips.

Product Features

  • Ideal for light-duty household jobs
  • Powerful 5.2 amp motor; zero to 1,500 RPM variable speed
  • Compact enough to angle-inch to hard-to-reach areas; keyless chuck for effortless bit changes
  • Dimensions: 14.1 x 8.5 x 4.1-inches (WxHxD); weighs 6.7-pounds; 2-year warranty
  • Includes one double-ended screwdriving bit and storage bag

Comments

Fruit Loop says:

Great light-household use tool If you want a tool for basic household use, like putting up mini-blinds, assembling furniture, etc, then this is the drill for you. It’s terrific for all but heavy-duty construction use. Light and easy to handle, with a nifty little carrying back. Drill bits change out easily. Works as an electric screwdriver with a changeable bit for either flathead or Phillips that stores neatly in the head of the drill. Inexpensive, light and easy to handle, this makes a perfect gift for someone setting up a…

R. Devinney says:

Plenty of power, chuck is junk I will let the other reviewers tell about it’s power. The chuck will not hold a drill bit no matter how hard you tighten it. It will slip and leave the bit stuck in whatever you are drilling. Every time. It’s like B&D took an old key chuck and put plastic grips on it. I would rather have a key chuck. It will hold onto hex drivers if they’re bottomed out in the chuck. If they’re not bottomed out, they will slip once you put pressure on it. And like another reviewer noted, the chuck gets stuck…

mrverde says:

Another chucking failure I don’t have a lot of time to work on home improvement projects, so when a free weekend rolls around, I would like for my tools to work. After a series of frustrations with cordless drills (battery never charged when I need to use it) I bought this corded drill. The first project I worked on was hanging curtain rods. When I tried to drive a screw into wood (after drilling a pilot hole), the chuck froze up and wouldn’t turn to release the bit. After wrestling the bit free, the chuck still…

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