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It came with 6 different drill bits I don't know how to classify the sizes.
Annon Omous
· May 19, 2015
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NO! This tool is not designed for heavy industrial or automobile repair (a torque wrench would be advisable). The lug nuts on an automobile are much larger and require significant torque in order to remove and replace them, this plastic drill is primarily handy for the occasional light, do-it-yourself home project w… see more NO! This tool is not designed for heavy industrial or automobile repair (a torque wrench would be advisable). The lug nuts on an automobile are much larger and require significant torque in order to remove and replace them, this plastic drill is primarily handy for the occasional light, do-it-yourself home project worker and not intended for heavy work. see less NO! This tool is not designed for heavy industrial or automobile repair (a torque wrench would be advisable). The lug nuts on an automobile are much larger and require significant torque in order to remove and replace them, this plastic drill is primarily handy for the occasional light, do-it-yourself home project worker and not intended for heavy work.
BOOKEM
· August 4, 2020
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My husband says that you will need to buy a concrete bit which did not come in the kit. the bits that came with the drill are good for wood and metal. The charge is for 110 volt. Hope this helps.
dpennington
· September 6, 2013
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The nut drivers are 3/16, 1/4, 9/32, 5/16.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · November 17, 2017
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It's 8/7/2018 and mine did not have a case. You get the box, and the box has the items shown in the picture and of course the battery & charger.
Amazon Customer
· August 7, 2018
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If you use a standard drill, even with a masonry bit, you will kill the bits very quickly and take a long time to drill the holes. It is fine to do it for a project a time here and there, but if you are going to be drilling many holes in masonry you NEED a hammer drill
Jon S.
· January 31, 2016
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It's both. 2 speeds - Forward and reverse. But Variable within both settings depending on how hard or softly you depress the trigger.
Mac C.
· December 16, 2013
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There is two wheel. One on top, where you put the bits, the other one is for turning. First you hold the bottom part ( the second wheel) then turn the top, the first wheel, where you insert the bits. Keep it turning until the bit
Is easily pull out. That's how I change the bits.

Erlinda Garcia
· February 2, 2016
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Its battery powered not plug in
danny russ
· July 30, 2019
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Yes, a charger is included
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · August 10, 2018