Ingersoll Rand 7807R 3/8: Standard Duty Air Angle Reversible Drill

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Durable Jacobs multi-craft chuck

Reversible with convenient control

Comfortable lever throttle

Grease plug for easy preventative maintenance

Precision machine gearing ensures maximum power transfer and durability

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Features & Benefits:

  • Grease plug for easy preventative maintenance

  • Precision machine gearing ensures maximum power transfer and durability

  • It’s a durable, reliable tool for drilling in all types of materials, including sheet metal, wood and composites.

Ingersoll Rand 7807R 3/8: Standard Duty Air Angle Reversible Drill

Ingersoll Rand 3/8″ Chuck drills feature a quiet design, speed ranges from 1,200 to 2,500 and reversible and non reversible models. So, whether you are honing, reaming or drilling holes, we have a drill that is right for the application. One in a new family of economical, standard duty tools, the 7807R is an excellent choice for service work requiring a compact, low profile angle head.

  • Durable Jacobs multi-craft chuck

  • Reversible, with convenient control

  • Comfortable lever throttle


About Ingersoll Rand

Ingersoll Rand has stood at the vanguard of industrial innovation for over 100 years. From air compressor systems to power tools and beyond, the company manufactures products that offer premium quality, reliability, durability, and performance. Ingersoll Rand is also deeply committed to building a better future. At every level of business, the company promotes environmentally sound practices to achieve progress that is truly sustainable. With offices and plants across the globe, Ingersoll Rand strives to meet the world’s growing need for clean and comfortable air, safe and fresh food, energy efficiency, and sustainability.


‎Ingersoll Rand

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Item Weight

‎2.5 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎2.3 x 9.1 x 4.6 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer






Power Source

‎Air Powered



Item Package Quantity



‎1800 RPM

Included Components


Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎1 year from date of purchase with sales receipt or invoice





Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#76,576 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#180 in Power Drill Drivers

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Date First Available

July 7, 2004

10 reviews for Ingersoll Rand 7807R 3/8: Standard Duty Air Angle Reversible Drill

  1. Scott McElhiney

    Needed a drill for tight spots, in this case for extracting exhaust studs on a Ford Triton v-8. This combined with left handed cobalt drill bits did the trick when welding a nut on didn’t, drilling out with conventional drills could not get the angle correct without removing engine etc… a nightmare job that this enabled us to complete. I would like a rethink on the trigger design that was easier to modulate and less likely to activate in tight spaces by the tight spaces…not sure how that would be accomplished, so no stars removed.

  2. billrock

    handy for tight spaces and bolts & nuts that aren’t torqued to much. Those you might have to break with a wrench or breaker bar, first. As far as tightening down nuts and bolts…it is good.

  3. Cobwebs and Candlesticks on YouTube

    It’s a good drill for the money. My other identical one lasted 10 years of heavy use and constant oiling . I expect this one will last the same. It’s foreign built though.

  4. Roberto M.

    Excellent saved me a lot of work from dismantling the engine

  5. Mike

    If your going for an angle drill then the 7807R is the way to go. The reversible can also be locked down so you dont have to hold it. Great drill!

  6. db55155

    Compact and just right for unique jobs.

  7. David Boldt

    It’s a wonderfully engineered piece of machinery. The heft, finish and movements are all well executed. The drill speed is not particularly fast but it has great torque. You will want hearing protection while using it.Warning: If you accidentally press the button which would reverse the drill direction even the slightest bit, it will start blowing lubricant. Even so having the option to reverse the drill direction was extremely useful in my application. I used it to drill holes in existing shelving to run DC wiring for illumination. I wanted to get the holes as close as possible to the corners of the shelving; Needed to clamp wood underneath the bottom of where the hole was being drilled to get a clean cut. Hit a nail and being able to reverse out of the hole was very helpful.

  8. Misha

    This is great for drilling in tight spaces. I’ve used it to drill out broken bolts tight engine bays. I bought the Ingersoll Rand because it’s a brand I trust.It is VERY loud so make sure to wear hearing protection around this thing. I didn’t do that one of the first times I used the drill, and it’s the only time I’ve ever felt like I did some damage to my hearing.The other thing is the throttle increases the footprint of this tool when trying to work in tight spaces, so be mindful of that. It’s very easy to accidentally trigger.I’ve used a cheaper angle air drill (Central Pneumatic) and the Ingersoll Rand is much nicer and much more durable it seems.

  9. Kelsey H.

    I have used this drill for a month or two and it works very well. Plenty of torque and reversible. My father has a blue point drill that is strikingly similar. The chuck holds tight, over all high quality product. Self employed auto and heavy equipment mechanic

  10. airktm

    Bought this to help drill out broken ford truck manifold bolts. Reached them all and did not have to pull the head.

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