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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - Makita Cordless Drill/Driver with Flashlight Kit - 12 Volt, 3/8in., Model# 6271DWPLE

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FREE SHIPPING - Makita Cordless Drill/Driver with Flashlight Kit - 12 Volt, 3/8in., Model# 6271DWPLE

Item# 150684
The Makita-built motor in this Drill/Driver delivers 250 in.-lbs. of torque while the 2-speed design covers a wide range of drilling and driving applications. Ergonomic shape fits like a glove with even pressure and easy control, and the soft-grip handle provides increased comfort on the job. The ML120 Flashlight runs up to 2 hours per single charge. Side Handle No, Speed - No Load RPM 0-400/0-1,300, Reversible Yes, Battery Amp/Hour 1.3, Charger Included Yes, Tool Length in. 7 9/16, Battery Included Yes 2, Case Included Yes, Max. Torque in.-lbs. 250, Keyless Chuck Yes, Variable Speed Yes, Chuck Size in. 3/8, Tool Weight lbs. 3.3, Volts 12. 3/8in. keyless chuck 16 torque settings plus drill mode
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - Makita Cordless Drill/Driver with Flashlight Kit - 12 Volt, 3/8in., Model# 6271DWPLE
Review 1 for FREE SHIPPING - Makita Cordless Drill/Driver with Flashlight Kit - 12 Volt, 3/8in., Model# 6271DWPLE
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Makita 12 volt

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May 31, 2010
By BlueMoby
from Michigan
" Excellent small drill. Well balanced, does not tire you out using it for long periods of time and batteries hold a good charge. "
Describe Yourself: Professional
+2points
2out of 2found this review helpful.
Review 2 for FREE SHIPPING - Makita Cordless Drill/Driver with Flashlight Kit - 12 Volt, 3/8in., Model# 6271DWPLE
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Makita power drill

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May 31, 2010
By Snooker
from Hawaii
" I used a Makita cordless drill to build my self constructed home.
During the building process (ten years) the drill was use in all phases of framing. electrical, plumbing and finish work. It was in constant service for nearly ten years. It came with two batteries which were never
replaced. The drill was left out in rain many times (shame on me) and
subjected to much abuse. Prior to putting the roofing on it had
been accidentally dropped many times. In course of completing
the roof it fell 10 feet onto concrete several times. If there
was a hall of fame for tools, this drill would be in it.
"
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
+5points
5out of 5found this review helpful.