My Sears Cordless Drill Review

My cordless drill is a Sears Craftsman Model #315.114852, with a 19.2V battery. It came with a hard plastic carrying case, battery charger, 2 batteries, and a right-angle cordless drill (which I seldom use, but it comes in handy when you do need such an animal).
I bought this drill about 18 months ago, and have been pleased with it and have no complaints so far.

Still using original batteries, and when I do need replacement batteries, they currently go for about $35 per battery.

It takes approximately 30 minutes to charge the battery, using the battery charger supplied with the drill.

This drill has been used in the house, for outdoor projects, and in my wood shop.
The main thing I use this drill for is drilling 1/8″ diameter pilot holes followed by screwing in #8 screws (up to 3″ in length). I tried once using this drill for 1/4″ x 6″ lag screws, but the battery only lasted for about 4 lag screws before the battery was drained (since that episode, I use my corded drill for lag screws).

This drill has not been used 8 hrs a day, day-in and day-out, but its always been up to doing any reasonable task asked of it. I have come to consider it a reliable workhorse.

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