Milwaukee M18 Red Lithium 18-Volt Cordless 1/2 in. Compact Drill Kit

November 27, 2013 - Comment

The Milwaukee 2601-21 18-Volt Li-ion Compact Drill Kit features a 1/2-inch ratcheting chuck with a plastic sleeve for reduced weight. The Milwaukee 2601-21 has a compact length of 7-3/4-inches to allow it to fit in tight areas. The compact motor on the 2601-21 delivers 400 inch-pounds of maximum torque. The heavy-duty 2-speed metal gear box

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The Milwaukee 2601-21 18-Volt Li-ion Compact Drill Kit features a 1/2-inch ratcheting chuck with a plastic sleeve for reduced weight. The Milwaukee 2601-21 has a compact length of 7-3/4-inches to allow it to fit in tight areas. The compact motor on the 2601-21 delivers 400 inch-pounds of maximum torque. The heavy-duty 2-speed metal gear box is not only durable, but allows speeds of 0-350 rpm is low and 0-1,400 in high. Other features include a built-in LED light to illuminate work surfaces. All of these features are packed into a lightweight, 4-pound form factor. Standard equipment includes the drill tool, (1) 18-volt Li-ion batteries (48-11-1815), 30-minute charger (48-59-1801), and carrying case (48-55-0960).

Product Features

  • All Metal 1/2 in single sleeve ratcheting chuck
  • 4-Pole frameless motor delivers 425 in-lbs of peak torque
  • Built-in LED light illuminates work surface
  • Includes: 2601-21 compact drill, 1 compact red lithium battery,
  • M18/M12 multivoltage charger and case

Comments

Joseph Giambalvo says:

They dont build them like they used too. I have always been a fan of Milwaukee products. I recently purchased this M18 18-volt drill and used it at work. Just looking at it and feeling the weight of it had me wondering if this could do what its predecessors have done. I put it to work cutting 1-1/4″ holes in thin gauged cheap stainless steel with a new bit. Not happy with the rpms in the gear shifting. I was hoping for a faster gear. It did bog down but completed the 10 holes. As I was putting it back into the case neatly, I went…

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