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Milwaukee 5378-20 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill: A True Value Drill

Milwaukee 5378-20 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill: A True Value Drill

Jan 30, 2012

Milwaukee 5378-20 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill

A while ago I found myself looking for a general-use hammer drill for a concrete project where we needed to tie a new slab into an old one. After looking around online for a while, I eventually decided on Milwaukee’s 5378-20. After using it for a while I was very pleased with what it had to offer at a great price point. I like this drill for its versatility as an ‘all-purpose’ drill. It has more than enough power and torque to get just about any job done (it can drill into concrete), but isn’t too heavy or bulky. It’s not loaded with the bells and whistles that some drills have, but it has the features you need to get the job done. Those include  a reversible switch, variable speed trigger, lock down and run button, depth gauge rod, 2 speed settings and a hammer switch.

The biggest advantages of the Milwaukee 5378-20 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill:

  • Perfect Percussion Drilling With Hammer-Drill Bits In Concrete And Masonry
  •  Unit can also Drill In Wood Or Metal
  • Half Inch Chuck can handle all standard bits and saw hole attachments
  • Durability
  • Reversible, Multi speed

Milwaukee 5378-20 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill specs:

  • All Ball And Roller Bearings
  • Trigger Speed Control
  • Self-Stopping Brushes
  • Side Handle Can Be Used On Either Side And With Or Without Depth Gauge
  • Reversing
  • Cushion Grip Handle
  • Amazon consumers have given this drill a 4 out of 5 star review
  • 5 Year limited Warranty
  • 30 day money back guarantee

Amazon offers this Milwaukee Drill at a great price below  $140 and as always you can get free shipping, no tax and enjoy their easy return policy.