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As everyone knows, both plumbing and electrical work require drilling in tight spots. While the Milwaukee Hole Hawg may be the choice for most professional plumbers and electricians, this less-expensive right-angle drill is a solid option to consider for the same applications. Featuring a slim, lightweight design and great versatility, Milwaukee's right-angle drill has a 1/2-inch chuck and three speed ranges and is fully adjustable. The head and handle swivel 360 degrees and can be locked tight in any position, allowing you to fit this drill anywhere this drill could possibly fit. HVAC contractors can use this drill with bits to 4-5/8 inches without a problem. And, if necessary, the right-angle mechanism can be removed and the drill converted to straight D-handle use. If you have major remodel or construction plans, this is a smart drill to consider. –Tim Block
Every electrician I worked for had one of these and they are a great tool. I set the right angle drive head so it is at the “high” speed setting, the 3002 might have been the better call since it is a bit faster but I opted for the higher capacity drill. I was considering the hole hawg or super hawg but couldn’t justify the extra weight, and the head on the 3107 is a bit smaller and slower speed overall than the super hawg and a lot smaller than the standard hole hawg. I’m not roughing in new houses every day or else one of the heavier tools might have been a better call (in which case I’d have opted for the makita DA4031). The reviews comparing the milwaukee 3107 to the comparable makita unit all pointed to the makita being slightly superior (easier to remove the chuck & to change the right angle drive unit, quieter operation, higher speed, reversing switch in a better location), regardless of all the pluses for the makita I opted for the milwaukee 3107 kit. I have extensive use with the milwaukee and know it is a great tool and long lasting, also the 5year warranty is a big plus over makita’s 3year. In 2007 I jumped ship from milwaukee and bought a cordless LXT600 set from makita. While the tools are designed very well and have a lot of cool innovations that seemed to take milwaukee years to follow (LEDs for illumination), I had many annoying problems with them and a half dozen returns back to makita (sticking chucks, gear boxes stripped out, charger fan, sawzall recip mechanism), at that point I’d be using my trusty 14.4v milwaukee cordless hammerdrill to fill in the gaps.
Thank you- as advertised…
Just received the package – and, this unit was …
Just received the package – and, this unit was quite obviously NOT brand new. it’s clean, but no paperwork and the cardboard wrapper was taped back on. We’ll try to use it before returning it outright, but this should have been sold as reconditioned or not new.
We were building a house and we did quite abit ourselves, one thing was the wiring. My puny 14.4v (at the time) cordless was just way underpowered to bore through 2x’s one after the other.
Great price, better than expected and very quick delivery.
The Best angle drill you can buy local plumbers swear they …
The Best angle drill you can buy local plumbers swear they couldn’t live with out it very rugged and powerful
real Milwaukee workhorse
I just wish I had had this tool when I built our cabin. Drilling studs for electrical and plumbing with a conventional drill gives you angled holes in most cases which can be troublesome. Like my heavy duty Milwaukee hammer drill, which I did fortunately have at that time, the angle drill is obviously a durable workhorse meant for serious drilling/boring. And you can get those true right angle holes right where you want them in most cases. Add the self-feed bits and you also won’t usually have to force feed or muscle it around as much. I found it indispensible when I needed to bore a 2″ hole from below through a stud plate and subfloor between 12″ floor joists right over a nasty concrete foundation wall. For certain jobs, its simply one of those tools you can hardly do without. I would warn anyone to think ahead and be aware you can get some terrific torque quickly if you get some bit binding while drilling so use some care or you could strain a wrist quickly..or worse if you are in an awkward position as I find myself at times. I really like this powerful tool.