Milwaukee 2426-21 M12™ Cordless Multi-Tool 1 Battery Kit

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  • 2426 M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Multi-Tool 
  • Adapter 
  • Wood Cutting Blade 
  • Sanding Pad (5) Assorted Sanding Sheets 
  • (1) M12 RED LITHIUM™ Battery, 30-Minute Charger, Contractor Bag 
  • Application Versatility: Cuts, Grinds, Sands, and Scrapes 
  • Compatible: M12™ LITHIUM-ION System with over 25 cordless tools
  • Accessory Adaptor (Included): Compatible with most competitive accessories
  • Run Time: REDLITHIUM™ Batteries offer extended run time
  • Durability: All Metal gear case 
  • Variable Speed Dial: Match speed to application
  • On board Fuel Gauge: Displays Remaining Run Time
  • Voltage  12V  
  • Variable Speed  12 Settings  
  • OPM  5,000 - 20,000  
  • Accessory Adapter Included  Yes  
  • On Board Fuel Gauge  Yes  
  • Battery  RED LITHIUM™  
  • No of Batteries Included  (1) M12™ RED LITHIUM™ Batteries  
  • Charge Time  30 Min  
  • Length  10-7/8 in  
  • Tool Weight  2.1 lbs  

The M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Multi-Tool is one of the most versatile jobsite tools. This 12V cordless oscillating tool is ideal for remodelers, flooring contractors, maintenance repair technicians, and electricians that tackle awkward applications on jobsites. The M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Multi-Tool runs 5,000 to 20,000 OPM and allows the user to match the speed to the application. The 12V Oscillating Tool has the versatility to perform a variety of applications: flush or plunge cuts, removing grout or grinding thinset, sanding or scraping. In addition, the new M12™ REDLITHIUM ™ battery and Milwaukee's M12™ XC High Capacity RED LITHIUM™ battery provide additional run time for the user. The universal adaptor (included in each kit) allows the M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION to be compatible with most competitive accessories on the market today.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sadly this is a poor design for a multitool

I had to replace the 12v with a 18v simply because of design. The battery in the back of the 12v vibrates along with the tool, breaking of the connectors from the tool into the battery. By the time I was able to bring in the tool for repair, Milwaukee wanted to charge me as much as a replacement would cost. Just sad that the customer has to pay for their design flaw. Other than that I have all Milwaukee cordless tools, mostly 18v some 12v.

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