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Master Mechanic
Rotary Drill Driver, 6-Amp, 3/8-In.
Master Mechanic

Rotary Drill Driver, 6-Amp, 3/8-In.

Rotary Drill Driver, 6-Amp, 3/8-In. is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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$42.99
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Model #
211882
Item #
211882

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Description
Master Mechanic, 6AMP 3/8" Rotary Drill Driver, 0-2700 RPM, Variable Speed Reversible VSR, Keyless Chuck, Forward & Reverse Rotation, Lock On Switch, Ergonomic Soft Grip Handle, Belt Clip.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU211882
Weight3.330000
UPC00052088042137
Country of OriginCN
Package Width2.36
Package Length9.64
Package Height9.8
Model Number211882
BrandMaster Mechanic
Manufacturer NameMASTER MECHANIC
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Instruction Manual is Vague I bought this drill for a home project. While I am somewhat familiar with electric drills I haven't used them alot. When I got home I read the instruction manual and there was nothing in it about how to adjust the drill for a drill bit. I was sure that the chuck was supposed to turn by itself but mine wasn't. After 20 min of turning and turning I gave up and took it back to the store. The associate was very helpful and showed me how to adjust it for the drill bit. This involved plugging it in and holding the chuck while having the drill turn forward. This broke the chuck loose and was now able to adjust it to fit a drill bit. This drill was manufactured in 2017 so if the manual hasn't been updated since then I recommend that an addendum be put in the manual on how to put a drill bit in. It was very frustrating and I would have returned it and got a DeWald if the associate wasn't so helpful. Another suggestion is that the associate be sure the buyer knows how to put a drill bit in. It won't hurt to ask and it could save some frustration. Otherwise the drill did its job and worked just fine. I am happy with it in that respect.
Date published: 2019-07-10
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