• 2503-20 1/2" Drill Driver
• Belt Clip
• Most Capable
• Lightest Weight
• Most Compact
• Most Capable 12V Drill with the power to perform a wide range of applications
• Lightest Weight in its class for tool belt portability and less fatigue in the work day
• Most Compact in its class for the best access in tight spaces
• 1/2" All Metal chuck for maximum grip and bit retention
• E-Clutch for consistent repeatability in driving applications
• 1700 RPMs for faster drilling speeds
• 350 in.lbs of peak torque
The M12 FUEL™ Drill Driver is the Most Capable, Lightest Weight, Most Compact tool in its class. The POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor delivers the power to do a wide variety of applications at 1700 RPM’s and 350in.lbs. of torque. Weighing only 2.3lbs it is extremely portable, great for overhead applications, reduces fatigue throughout the day. At 6.6" in length this tool has the best access in tight spaces. REDLINK™ Plus intelligence protects the tool from overloads and overheating while ensuring maximum performance. Using REDLITHIUM™ 2.0Ah compact and 4.0Ah extended capacity battery packs they deliver more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries.
While this is a nice, well built machine, the motor takes too long to spin up when using it. I even thought I'd put a dead battery on it the first time I used it. If you're drilling through materials that you can run at the higher settings it works ok, but at lower settings there's way too long of a delay between startup and when it's wound up to speed.
I bought this in the two pack where it came with the 1/4" hex driver. For most drilling applications I have a set of bits for the hex driver that I use over the actual drill!
And for the situations where I need to use an actual drill (an odd sized bit I don't have for the driver, different materials) I tend to use my older 20v Craftsman drill. I love most of my Milwaukee tools and have been switching over to them as time goes on. I was hoping to get away from having two different toolsets with different battery systems by getting the Milwaukee drill and replacing the Craftsman, but this drill's slow speed up keeps me from doing that.
I do maintenance in apartments and all I typically need is the m12 system and that's what I've been getting into, but maybe I need to look into the m18 line.
The soft-start feature is a pain to use and the minimum torque setting on the clutch is way too high. I used a full-sized Makita drill to install panel screws for years but I can't use this in its place as I'd risk stripping them. I also find it to be quite loud and I need to squeeze the trigger quite hard to get it to run at full speed.
This little drill is powerfull I use it on my job as an electrician , it does it all. For a 12v tool im really surprised , Ive had other brands in the 18v range and they dont compare. The hammer feature has enough power for light duty concrete task like blocks and so on.
I bought this drill as a tool-only package after buying the hammer drill brother. In my line of work we install/remove thousands of fine thread, sheet metal fasteners that don't need a lot of torque. As a review above said, on the lower torque settings it spins up. And once you find a torque setting that spins up in a short amount of time, it easily over torques every fastener we have. I love the idea of the electronic clutch, but I can't use it in my line. I'd buy this again in a heartbeat if they had a centrifugal clutch, or an eclutch that ramped up quickly in the lower torque setting.
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