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Makita Cordless Right-Angle Drill: 18V, 3/8 in Chuck Capacity, 1,800 RPM, 120 in-lb Max Working Torque, Battery Incl

Item # 561U994

$459.80 Each

Product Specs

Voltage: 18V
Chuck Capacity: 3⁄8 in
No-Load Speed: 1,800 RPM
Maximum Working Torque: 120 in-lb
Battery Included: Yes
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Battery Capacity: 3 Ah
Overall Length: 12 1⁄2 in
Tool Weight: 4.0 lb
Batteries Required: Yes
Battery Model: 723R756
Charger Included: Yes
Charger Model: 704U315
Chuck Material: Metal
Chuck Style: Keyed
Drilling Capacity in Steel: 3⁄8 in
Drilling Capacity in Wood: 1 in
Drive Configuration: Right Angle
Features: Variable speed; Side Handle; Integrated LED light
Handle Style: Barrel Handle
Includes: (1) Tool Bag; (1) Charger; (2) Batteries
Maximum Forward Torque: 120 in-lb
Maximum Speed: 1,800 RPM
Motor Type: Brushed
Number of Batteries Included: 2
Number of Pieces: 5
Number of Speed Settings: Continuous
Power Source: Cordless
Required Battery: 18 V DC Lithium-Ion
Reversible: Yes
Specifications Met: ENERGY STAR Rated
Speed Setting: Variable Speed
Switch Type: Paddle

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Japan
Hazardous material - General

About This Product

This Makita Cordless Right-Angle Drill uses an 18V battery and has a 3/8 in chuck capacity. It has a 1,800 rpm no-load speed and a 120 in-lb maximum working torque. It comes with a battery. This runs on a Li-Ion battery, which is compact and lightweight while providing high power and long run times. It has a 3 Ah battery capacity.

About Cordless Drills

Well suited for everyday tasks, use cordless handheld drills when portability is a priority. Cordless drills are battery powered, so there's no need to worry about access to a power source or tangled cords. Battery chemistry, voltage (power), capacity (amp hours), and recharge time impact the run time and down time for the tool.

Right-angle cordless drills have a chuck that is oriented 90° to the tool body, providing a slim profile for working in areas with low clearance, such as between joists and studs. These tools are commonly used in plumbing, electrical, and construction tasks.