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Milwaukee 1630-1 model 1/2" Compact Drill

SKU: 164499
Minimum Quantity: 1
   based on 1 Reviews
$213.72/ea
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About the Milwaukee 1630-1

The Milwaukee 1630-1 model 1/2" Compact Drill is a part of the Compact Drills Series. This drill is convenient to use with it's extra-long handles, perfect for large hole drilling or material mixing. It includes the drill and pipe-handle.It has a 7 AMP motor. It can operate at a speed of 900 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type:
Mpn # 1630-1
Shipping Dimensions 4.6" x 13.7" x 12.6"
Weight 12.40 lbs.

Product Features

  • 1/2 inch capacity in steel
  • 900 rpm reversing
  • Heat treated gears are Helical-Cut for quiet performance
  • Powerful 7 amp motor

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


MY SECOND ONE. FIRST IS A 1610 450 RPM. Rated 5 by Anonymous
ALL THESE DRILLS HAVE SPECIFIC USES. OF COURSE RIGHT ANGLE IS SELF EXPLANATORY. THE 450 RPM 1610 HAS BEEN USED SINCE 1978 FREQUENTLY AND STILL RUNS EXTREMELY STRONG. I BOUGHT THIS 900 RPM 1630 BECAUSE I WANT MORE SPEED TO ROUGH A HOUSE. MAKE NO MISTAKE I WILL STILL USE THE 450 REGULARLY. THIS NEW DRILL IS AN ABSOLUTE SWEETHEART. IT EATS STUDS FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER. WHETHER OLD DRIED STUDS OR NEW PINE. IT DOES NOT MATTER THIS DRILL IS A NO COMPROMISE. IT GETS THE JOB DONE AND GETS IT DONE FAST. IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A GOOD DRILL WITH VERY HIGH TORQUE GO WITH THE 450 RPM. IF YOU WANT A FAST DRILL WITH STILL GOOD TORQUE BUT FLIES THROUGH THE STUDS, METAL AND OTHER MATERIAL THIS IS YOUR DRILL. IF YOU CHOSE THE 450 RPM USE EXTREME CAUTION, THIS DRILL IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND WILL EASILY BREAK BONES OR RUIN YOUR NECK. WE HAD A APPRENTICE WITH LONG HAIR AND HE LITERIALLY PULLED OUT A PATCH OF HAIR AND FLESH RIGHT OUT THE FRONT OF HIS HEAD. THIS IS SERIOUS AND NO JOKE. THIS DRILL WILL PUT YOU IN A HOSPITAL BED IF CAUTION IS NOT EXERCISED WHILE IN USE.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

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