• Milwaukee 0370 20 38 inch 55 Degree Close Quarter Drill
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Includes 3/8-in Close Quarter Angle Drill – 0370-20, Chuck Key with Holder, Product Manual

Technical Details

  • heavy-duty

Customer Reviews

I like the old one better

 on May 11, 2017
By No-Hell Planet
I like the old one better, despite this one being lighter, and more comfortable in grip, which are pluses. I have been using this for a couple months now and I have a problem with the switch, which is bigger, more accessible, which means I am turning it on when just trying to grab it and pick it up—very annoying.

Very Useful!

 on August 7, 2009
By DrBob
Very powerful, very useful tool. Made it easy to run wiring in wall the right way (through center of studs and joists, not through notch). Lost 1 star because yes, it is tricky to change bits; you need to remember to pull the plug or keep your hand well away from the trigger. Milwaukee definitely should have included a center off on the reversing switch. The problem is the huge trigger that’s easy to press unintentionally. However it is very useful to be able to reach it in some awkward places, so I am glad it’s big.

I like this product for the most part

 on June 7, 2018
By James Hicks
At this point I have used this product a few times, and so far it has worked well. I purchased this drill to use in sanding projects turned on the lathe. It is a bit on the heavy side, and therefore tiring to use for long periods. However, it does what I purchased it for really well. I like this product for the most part, so long as it continues work well.

Built well, Works Great

 on January 30, 2016
By badwhiskey
Works very well. Others have complained about the trigger, but once you realize how it works it is easy to pick up. Bought it to sand on my lathe, and it is great in that application.

For serious tight space drilling buy this one.

 on April 25, 2017
By Captain Cook
Good power, good balance. A little large. I have had great results with Milwaukee tools. I wanted plug in because mine sits in the tool box a lot between jobs.

When nothing else will do.

 on May 17, 2012
By zennmaster
Yes, the trigger sucks and can take off some serious skin if you’re not careful…but after the first (or second?) time, you deal with it. I can see some major complaints if you use this tool daily, but I gather this is one of those “occasional” tools for most of us where nothing else will do. It has more torque than any other brand in its class/price and the variable speed trigger is predicable once you get the hang of it. It’s a very good drill for what it is, with ample power to spin you around a 1/2″ lag if you’re not careful.

Comfortable and quiet

 on June 27, 2010
By John Beaver
I agree with some of the other posts that it’s easy to bump the trigger on this tool, but once you adjust for that it works like it should.

So far so good!

 on January 7, 2016
By Turnkey895
Outstanding! This is used to sand wood turnings so it gets abused. So far so good!
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