Milwaukee 2601-22 18-volt Li-ion Compact Drill Kit

August 18, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Heavy-duty 2-speed metal gear box Compact motor delivers 400 inch-pounds of maximum torque Built-in LED light illuminates work surfaces Lightweight at 4-pounds Superior bit grip with Yukiwa chuck

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Product Features

  • Heavy-duty 2-speed metal gear box
  • Compact motor delivers 400 inch-pounds of maximum torque
  • Built-in LED light illuminates work surfaces
  • Lightweight at 4-pounds
  • Superior bit grip with Yukiwa chuck

Comments

Angus says:

Incredible This thing is a beast. Maybe I feel this way because I’m coming off a recently blown up Crapsman 18v drill that was sub par. However, I do have experience with the Panasonic 15.6v drill that has been arguably the best drill out there. I would easily put this up against the Panasonic anytime. Sure the Milwaukee is brand new and the Panasonic has been around for years so we’ll see what the China-made Milwaukee will do long term. That said, it’s lighter, shorter and more powerful than the…

Contractorman says:

nice tool and nice case I was one of the unfortunate people to buy one of the Milwaukee Ni-cad 18 volt drills with their defective batteries and charger so I did hesitate when buying this drill. I have DeWalt drills and like their performance but have been turned off by the mickey mouse (apologies to Disney) drill cases they provide with some drills and sell as an after market item for $40 for the many pro level DeWalt drills that sell without any storage case at all.The Milwaukee Li-ion batteries work…

D "the diggler" says:

Review of Milwaukee compact drill from a V28 owner I have been an electrician for over 20 years, and have seen and used alot of cordless drills in this time. I have either owned them or my employees have owned them (Dewalt, Milwaukee, Makita, Hitachi, PC, Panasonic, Bosch). With that being said Milwaukee has been the best brand for me thus far. The Dewalts are junk and the rest of the drills are pretty good with the exception of the Panasonic being quite a bit above average. The reason why I don’t keep the Panasonic is because I need other…

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