The Milwaukee 2101-22 is a M4 1/4" Hex Screwdriver Kit with 2 Batteries. This M4 1/4" Hex Screwdriver was created as a variety of tools combined into one compact size, and is ideal for a manufacturing setting where users need to quickly perform the same tasks hundreds of times per day. It features 44in-lbs of peak torque, a 21-position clutch with auto shut-off, and 2 speeds (200/600 RPM) to give you further control for precision work. It measures 244mm in length and weighs less than a pound, making it the most lightweight and portable battery-operated screwdriver on the market today. This model comes the screwdriver, (2) 4V RedLIthium 2.0 batteries, and a charger.
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Battery smaller? Rated 5 by Anonymous This new screwdriver is lighter and it seems that the savings comes from the battery. The old battery is labeled 3.0Ah, whereas the new one is labelled 2.0Ah. The new charger is rated for 3A and the old charger is rated for 6A. The new charger takes 45 minutes as opposed to the old charger which took 30 minutes. As far as using the tool goes, battery life seems ok, but it is too new to be sure. Perhaps the screwdriver is more efficient and battery life will be similar. From Milwaukee's description, I expect "50 percent more runtime" than the 0490-20 screwdriver and I remain cautiously optimistic. I believe the 0490-20 to be the absolute best among straight stick power screwdrivers except perhaps this new one. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013
Many small improvements Rated 5 by Anonymous I'm surprised Milwaukee doesn't tell us the improvements over the previous model with the gray colored head. The older model is rated at 30 in-lbs vs 44 in-lbs, a significant increase for this new model. It's lighter. I weighed both models, the older one at 1.160 vs 1.005 lbs (both with batteries installed). It's shorter, providing better handling. The handle, with the rubber inserts feels like it has a better grip compared to the previous model. A complaint on the previous model was that the battery would fall out in use. The battery in this model seems to lock in more securely. All of these refinements make for a much better driver. Is it worth upgrading to this new driver? If your older unit is still working good then probably not. If you a tech junky like me that must have the best, then yes, upgrade! Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013