DEWALT DW124 11.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Right Angle Drill

September 23, 2013 - Comment

The DEWALT DW124 1/2-inch Joint and Stud Right Angle Drill handles just about any sized hole quickly and easily. Its intuitive design provides for greater leverage and control during use, making it easier than ever to handle the toughest jobs. The DW124’s triple gear reduction controls the 300/1,200 RPM motor so you get the right

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The DEWALT DW124 1/2-inch Joint and Stud Right Angle Drill handles just about any sized hole quickly and easily. Its intuitive design provides for greater leverage and control during use, making it easier than ever to handle the toughest jobs. The DW124’s triple gear reduction controls the 300/1,200 RPM motor so you get the right amount of torque for a variety of jobs, and the mechanical-slip clutch gives you total control of reactionary torque in low gear. To ensure a high level of performance for a long time, the durable DW124 features 100-percent ball bearing construction.

Product Features

  • 100 percent ball-bearing construction provides durability and longer tool life
  • Mechanical-slip clutch in low gear to provide control of reactionary torque
  • Adjustable front handle and 2-position side handle provide maximum leverage and control
  • Mechanically controlled 2-speed to match rpm/torque to application requirement
  • Triple gear reduction provides increased torque and reduces gear stress 21-inch overall length provides greater control and leverage

Comments

Sandy Mclardy "sim" says:

Best right angle drill But get the dw124k UPDATE- This does not come with a case! get the same drill with case part # DW124KBefore the dewalt I used the black and decker version 14 years ago and obviously the design has stood the test of time. I have been an electrician for 15 years and work mostly in residential construction where drilling into wood is a big part of my job. THIS IS THE BEST RIGHT ANGLE DRILL I HAVE USED.I have not tried the milwakee copy but I don’t like their handle. I have used many auger drills,…

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