• (1) M18 Compact 1/2" Drill Driver (2606-20)
• Most compact in its class
• Best power to size ratio in the compact category
• All metal gear case and chuck
• Increased speed for faster drilling and fastening
• REDLINK INTELLIGENCE protects the tool and maximizes performance and productivity including an on-board battery fuel gauge.
• Voltage: 18V
• Length: 7-1/4"
• Weight: 2.9 lbs
• LED Light: Yes
• Peak Torque: 500 in-lbs
• Tool Warranty: 5 Years
• Chuck Type: 1/2" Metal Single Sleeve - Ratcheting Lock
• Speed: 0-400/ 0-1,800 RPM
The most compact drill driver in its class is more powerful than the competition. Built with a Milwaukee® 4-Pole frameless motor, the M18 Compact 1/2" Drill Driver delivers 500 in-lbs of torque and up to 1,800 RPM. At only 7-1/4" length, this drill driver allows you access to the tightest work spaces. An all-metal gear case and 1/2" metal chuck provide maximum durability, even on the most challenging worksites. REDLINK Intelligence provides advanced protection in abusive situations and manages t(more...)
Very poor design, have you fired the engineers that came up with this drill. The instant stopping action of this mechanism causes the drill bit chucks to loosen after about 3 stop times. Drill bit falls out. This drill makes Milwaukee look like amateurs.
used it for home remodel projects, on weekends only
Very disappointed when motor smoked - seems to be common problem when replacement motor is a frequently purchased item on parts websites
replacement motor is $80 - new unit is $100
I bought this drill to work tandem with a heavy duty corded drill on job sites and for light duty house work. I mainly used it for drilling small holes into steel and for mixing paint. While drilling out some steal today it let the smoke out without warning. I was pretty disappointed considering how little I had used it before it died.
This driver was the first Milwaukee cordless tool I owned, and served a wide variety of daily tasks, well beyond it's intended purpose. I over-used one of these for 4 years as a stand in for a die grinder/grinder in work prepping steel repairs and engine work with a wire wheel. I have used this for almost every task imaginable, and when it finally died, I quicly replaced it and continue to have it as my go-to driver for use around home and when travelling. The fuel hammer drill has replaced it for more professional use, and does have more power for tougher jobs and hammer drill function, but this is a great quality product.
I would buy this tool in a heart beat.
Quality, dependable, reliable everything you could ask. It will hold a 1/64 drillbit as well-Quality engineering. I will continue to buy Milwaukee tools.