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Woodworking 手钻 1/4-Inch Capacity WY-LIFE80000170
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美国亚马逊： 46 条评论
This is not a powerful manual drill.2018年3月24日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
The mechanical quality of this tool is unacceptable. When using a 3/8 bit drilling into southern pine, the gear mechanism bound up after the third revolution. Changing to a 1/8 drill bit, it still bound up after the 5th revolution. If you are a novice woodworker and purchase this tool you will feel that it is your fault because of your lack of experience. If you are an experienced woodworker you see right away that you made a poor decision in purchasing this drill bit.
Great product!2017年3月24日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Great product. This is the only model I could find with double pinion gears (less chance of binding or stripping) and a chuck that uses a key which allows you to really tighten down the bit so it won't slip like I see with so many complaints about keyless chuck models. Of course you can still hand tighten the chuck without using the key if you prefer. I like the hollow handle which allows you to store bits. My only wish is that there was a small clip on the flat side of the gear housing where you could attach the key for safe keeping. I was able to drill through a 2 x 4 and a soup can with a 1/8 inch bit with relative ease. Given the chuck tightens real good with the key there's no issue with reversing the drill to unbind the bit if it sticks. Tolerances on the shaft seem tight and smooth and the tolerances on the gears were tight enough without causing binding.
Constantly binds up even with 1/8" bit2018年10月18日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I bought this for cub scout projects, when I tested it out I found it extremely difficult to get an 1/8" whole through a 3/4" plank of pine wood. At the bottom of every revolution it got bound up and would not turn, I had to back it off and turn again eventually getting a whole through. I determined this is not a functional tool to drill wholes especially for 8 to 10 year olds, I'm looking into a hand brace, I think that will be more effective drill. This eggbeater drill has a sloppy drive gear with way to much play, at our scout build event one of the cub scouts brought an antique eggbeater drill and it worked much better than this new one.