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• (1) 2787-20 Magnetic Drill, (2) M18™ REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 Extended Capacity Battery Packs, Multi-Voltage Charger, Magnetic Lubrication Tank, 1/2" Chuck Adapter, Chuck Key, (2) Telescoping Pilot Pins, Safety Strap and Carrying Case
• POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor: Delivers maximum power and provides up to 2x longer motor life.
• REDLINK PLUS™ Intelligence Provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger.
• REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 Battery Pack: Provides superior pack construction, more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries.
• Self-Powered Magnet Base Operates Independently of Power Source and Delivers up to 2,000 lbs. of Holding Force
• 1-1/2" Annular Cutter Capacity
• 1/2" Twist Bit Capacity
• 2 Speed Gear Box: 400/690 RPM
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I have always used an electric mag drill when drilling into I beams and c channel. I currently ran into problems with power outages in which case it became dangerous. We purchased the Milwaukee about 6 months ago and use it at least 2x monthly . It has plenty of power as well as a very nice light so you can the pilot pin exactly where you need it. The battery is very efficient as well.
Use this drill daily, the quality is excellent. I would highly recommend. Everything has held up, at this time I do not have a negative thing to say
The strong magnet and the fact you dont need a cord= AMAZING
I use this to drill perfect sized holes in metal. I have only used annular bits so far, have not tried the drill chuck for twist bits yet. I have drilled about 10 holes in 3/8 steel. The magnetic base is strong holding. I only have couple of complaints about this drill. One is that when you go to turn the fluid bottle off the bottle seem to lift up out of the hold that holds it to the drill, I wish it was some how a fixed better to it’s holder. The only thing that stops it from coming all the way out is the fluid control valve. The other complaint is not with the drill, but the hard case, I don’t know why Milwaukee did not put another place for the second battery to be stored. Instead you have to keep it in the drill itself, and that does not seem like a good place in my opinion, so I use the little plastic terminal cover that come with it to cover the positive post, so the battery is not draining or making contact. Other then these little problems, this is a very good product so far, time will be the real truth. I have also read review about the 9.0amp batteries not standing the test of time also. Price is a little high.
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