Milwaukee 2902-20 M18 Brushless 1/2" Hammer Drill Bare Tool

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• The M18 1/2 in. Brushless Hammer Drill/Driver delivers the most power in its class while maintaining compact size. This hammer drill delivers 725 in. lbs. of torque and 0-550/0-1,800 RPM, for a wide range of drilling and fastening applications. The Milwaukee built brushless motor, REDLINK Electronics and REDLITHIUM batteries provides more efficient power delivery, for fewer trips to the charger. At only 7.0” in. long and 4.6 lbs. (with battery), this hammer drill provides excellent control and balance in a compact size, perfect for work overhead or in tight spaces. An all-metal gear case and 1/2 in. metal chuck provides maximum durability.
• (1) M18 1/2" Brushless Hammer Drill Bare Tool (2902-20)
• (1) Side Handle
• (1) Belt Clip

• Compact design: provides excellent balance and control, ideal for overhead applications or work in tight spaces
• Chuck type: 1/2 in. metal ratcheting single sleeve
• All-metal gear case and 1/2 in. metal chuck: provide maximum durability
• Chuck type: 1/2 in. all- metal ratcheting single sleeve

• Length: 7"
• Height: 8"
• Width: 2.31"
• RPM: 0-550/0-1800
• Torque: 725 in-lbs
• LED: Yes
• Weight: 3.1 lbs
• Power Source: Cordless

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Yes - but also buy spare chucks

Use the drill for home projects and working on a commercial building fitout. Chuck has siezed, tool useless until repaired.

Just quit on me

I bought this drill about nine months ago part of a four piece set. I've only used it a dozen times or so. The other day while drilling a hole just stop. Despite trying everything I can think of I still can't get it to work. There used to be a service center 10 miles away, now the closest one is a couple hundred. I love Milwaukee Tools but Milwaukee is making Hard. I have to 9 amp hour batteries less than 6 months old both of them won't hold a charge. And I can't seem to get a warranty on them. We'll see how the hammer drill warranty goes.

My go to Drill

This is my favorite out of the 3 drills that I own.
2902 this model
2804 Gen 3 fuel
2704 Gen 2 Fuel

The Gen 3 fuel is more powerful but I don't like the electronic clutch. Even on the lowest clutch setting it's too powerful and strips the screw heads if you're not careful. The 2902 has better clutch settings for the type of work I do which is anything smaller than 1/4-20 screws. I only bust out the Gen 3 when using hole saws through hollow metal doors for lock installs.

Can't comment on the hammer function, I have a dedicated SDS plus for masonry.

Don M
Fantastic Drill

As a contractor, I use this hammer drill constantly. It has incredible power, is extremely comfortable and does not burn through battery power. Highly recommended.

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