The Original Pink Box, known for being the first line of pink tool boxes and garage storage solutions in the North American marketplace, continues its tradition of designing and manufacturing the most innovative and highest quality tool storage solutions in the world. This 18-Volt Cordless Drill features a rechargeable Ni-CD battery with charging unit, forward and reverse action, 3/8-Inch drive keyless chuck and built-in bit holder. Other features include 21 torque settings and variable speed 0-900 RPM. Also included are 56 assorted driver and drill bits and a durable pink carrying case. Don’t forget The Original Pink Box 12-Ounce Hammer (PB12HM), 19-Piece Pliers Set (PB19PL) and 23 Piece One-Fit Socket Set (PB23SS), or try our 30-piece PINK tool set in a fun, handy 12-Inch tool bag (PB30TBK). This drill ships with the forward/reverse switch in the neutral position, which locks the trigger. Please adjust the forward/reverse switch to either the forward or reverse position before use.
- 18-Volt Ni-CD battery with battery charger and carrying case
- Forward and reverse action, variable speed 0-900 RPM
- 3/8-Inch drive keyless chuck, 21 torque settings
- Includes 56 assorted driver and drill bits and has a built-in bit holder
- Limited one year warranty
List Price: $ 75.00
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Question by Harvey: Power Tool Amperage Ratings?
Ok, I was shopping for a Mitre saw and I noticed that most of the tools there (mitre saws, table saws, etc…) were apparently “15 amp” devices. But this isn’t possible because at 120v my new mitre saw would have to have something like a 5 HP motor. And that’s simply not the case.
My best guess is that they are trying to indicate you can use the saw on a standard 15 amp circuit.
What am I missing here?
P.S. I haven’t tried it yet, I will this weekend. If it does somehow draw 15 amps I’ll be really surprised, and I’ll be without a saw because I don’t have a higher amp circuit running outside.
Here’s a link to a cheap ryobi saw on homedepot.com. Even it’s labeled as 15 amp even though it’s marketed to the home user. And there’s no way that’s a 5 hp motor.
Answer by mechnginear
Start-up current can be 6X running current. They’re probably indicating that you’ll need to be on a 15A circuit so as to eliminate the nuisance tripping of the breaker.
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