Motors rated in AMPS or WATTS are not the way to determine power. IF you take any electric motor and put really bad bearings in it the amps will go up and the ability to turn a drill-bit will go down. All amps mean is power taken from the grid, not an indication of what it will do. Cheap drills, vacuum cleaners and other items with incandescent bulbs are also quoted in watts, with the watts from the lamp and brush motor included in the overall total - again this means nothing as to what it will do for you. In your postings, I have either missed or it was never stated what you wish to do with this drill; are you a model maker that uses a 80 sized dill bit or do you want to cut 1" holes in 1/2" steel plate. What you need should be the determining factor as to the drill and it gee-whiz, I'm going to break soon, features.