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Bosch 1013VSR 6.5 Amp 1/2-Inch Drill

Amazon is selling this Bosch 6.5A 1/2″ drill for $89, with free shipping. The drill delivers 525 watts of power with 375 inch-pounds of torque, and it spins up to 850 RPM, good for most high-speed applications. It features a two-finger trigger, a 360-degree auxiliary handle, and a metal housing for added toughness. Bosch hardens the jaws of the keyed 1/2″ chuck for heavy-duty drilling.

6.5A 1/2″ Drill [Bosch]
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5 Responses to Dealmonger: Bosch 6.5A 1/2″ Drill $89

  1. Leaf says:

    Actually 850 rpms is pretty slow. Small, low rpm drills like that are great for spraining wrists.

  2. Stuart says:

    Leaf,

    Actually, many 1/2″ corded drills have a max RPM of 850. I challenge you to find a 1/2″ corded drill (w/o hammer mode) that provides greater than 850 RPM.

  3. Coach James says:

    I have three 1/2″ inch drills and none are higher than 850 rpm. One maxes at 550 rpm.

  4. PutnamEco says:

    Re Stuart Says:
    I challenge you to find a 1/2″ corded drill (w/o hammer mode) that provides greater than 850 RPM.
    ——————————-
    Makita DP4000 @ 900 rpm,
    http://www.makita.com/menu.php?pg=product_det&tag=DP4000

    What do I win?

    Others, probably not the type of drill your thinking of, but they are ½ʺ

    Milwaukee D handle @ 1000 rpm
    http://www.milwaukeetool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_27_40028_-1_684300_192163_192137

    Milwaukee super hawg @ 1750 RPM
    http://www.milwaukeetool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_27_40028_-1_684308_192164_192137

  5. ambush27 says:

    for drilling in steel and other hard metals higher speeds are undisirable because they will mess up your larger bits, and if your using smaller bits you can use a smaller drill with a higher speed.

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