DEWALT DW223G 7 Amp 3/8-Inch Drill

The DEWALT DW223G heavy duty 7-amp 3/8-inch drill is developed with variable speeds, reversing capabilities, and 3/8-inch, 7-amp motor for superior capability on tough jobs. This drill is designed with the professional in mind with features including ergonomically crafted 360-degree side handle and two-finger rubber trigger, as well as a grounded plug for additional security. Its steel gears are heat treated in a durable helix design and protected by arugged metal covering for longer tool life. Versatile in operation, the DW223G has the ability to drill into light-gauge steel in a maximum 3/8-inch depth and drive 3-inch hardware into 1-inch thick wood. Comes complete with chuck key and holder.

Product Features

  • Helical-cut steel, heat-treated steel gears for long life and durability
  • Metal gear housing for jobsite durability and increased reliability
  • Two-finger, rubber trigger for increased comfort
  • D-inch nose for side handle or rig mount
  • 3-wire grounded plug/cord

3 thoughts on “DEWALT DW223G 7 Amp 3/8-Inch Drill

  1. Heavy Duty Contractor Grade Drill I purchased this model instead of the cheaper DeWalt 3/8″ drill because I wanted something to handle the abuse I will give it. Used it to build a very large wooden outdoor fort and swingset for my boys and loved it. Had no problem with using 1 1/8″ spade bit to drill counterbores. Plenty of power.

  2. Great Electric Drill This drill is a great drill. There are definetly cheaper drills out there, but if you want a variable speed drill from 0-1200 RPMs this is the drill for you. There is a lot of torque. The cord is heavy duty along with the chuck. The only thing I think could be improved on is the reverse switch. It can be easily bumped to reverse the drill direction and it is also small. That’s a minor complaint for an outstanding drill.

  3. Great drill for the heavy duty jobs like screwing into 2x4s etc. Extremely well made and like the high torque motor. Little more effort with keyed chuck but for the tougher jobs like the grip strength of the keyed chuck

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