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Milwaukee 0726-22 model Cordless 1/2" Hammer-Drill Kit

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   based on 4 Reviews
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About the Milwaukee 0726-22

The Milwaukee 0726-22 model Cordless 1/2" Hammer-Drill Kit is a part of the M28 Series. This drill is perfect for drilling larger holes and driving larger screws faster. It comes standard with all 1/2" all-metal, single-sleeve, ratcheting chuck with all carbide jaws that keep bits from falling out and drill bits from slipping. It also gives you a comfortable, non-slip, soft-grip handle to reduce vibration and fatigue. It includes the drill, side handle, a number 2 Phillips bit, (2) 28V Lithium-Ion Batteries (48-11-2830), and a 1 hour charger (48-59-2819).It can operate at a speed of 0 - 450/1,800 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 0726-22
Shipping Dimensions 18.1" x 5.4" x 14.8"
Weight 15.02 lbs.

Product Features

  • 1-2" all-metal single-sleeve ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws
  • 750 in-lbs. of Maximum Torque
  • Revolutionary 28V LITHIUM-ION Technology
  • Up to 2X run-time of 18V tools


Rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Tough Drill Rated 4 by
As a journeyman plumber I use my battery powered tools everyday. I have been using milwaukee tools for about 6 years now and finally my drill trigger started to stick. So I decided to go with the new M28 Hammer drill. Ive had it now for about 3 months and the drill has worked great. The run time, power and flexibility are exactly what I was looking for. The only complaint I have is the drill has no bit holder on it. Which is more of a inconvince then anything else. Other then that I absolutly love the drill and can't wait till I get another one in about 6 years.
Originally posted on Jun/2012

Solid drill Rated 5 by
I have this drill about 6 months now and use it at least 3 times per week for various home construction related work. The torque this drill generates is better than my corded Bosch. If you're not careful it will break your wrist. It hasn't failed me yet and I put it through some tough tasks. For a general DIY it's probably over kill. But if you make a living in construction you absolutely should own one. Only draw back is it is a bit heavy, but well balanced
Originally posted on Jun/2013

The hammerdrill is a monster Rated 5 by
The power is amazing At heavy duty work you should use the side handle or you came into hospital One question to milwaukee: Will there be the fuel technology on the M28line?
Originally posted on Jun/2013

the best Rated 5 by
the best tool ever, I love snap on, craftsman too
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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