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Milwaukee Milwaukee 2401-22 12V Micro Drill Kit Battery/ Charger

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About the Milwaukee 2401-22

Milwaukee 2401-22 12V Micro Hex Drill Kit with Battery & Charger. This Milwaukee M12 Drill is loaded with 500-lbs of torque for drilling, driving and consistent power output. This Milwaukee 2401-22 12V Micro Hex Drill Kit is small enough to fit in tight spaces, and fix problems in areas where space is limited. The Micro Hex Drill Kit is powered by single M12 REDLITHIUM battery designed to deliver more work per charge, and variable speed trigger for precise control. The M12 also features REDLINK Intelligence, a feature that provides protection in high demand areas and manages the tool's temperature and output for maximum life. The 2401-22 Micro Hex Drill Kit comes with one M12 1/4" Hex Screwdriver, two M12 REDLITHIUM Batteries and one M12 Lithium-ion Battery Charger.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Style: Drill
Electrical Voltage: 12 Volt
Mpn # 2401-22
Shipping Dimensions 9.5" x 14.0" x 5.7"
Weight 5.20 lbs.

Product Features

  • Milwaukee 2401-22 12V Micro Hex Drill Kit with Battery & Charger
  • (2) M12 REDLITHIUM Battery (48-11-2401)
  • (1) M12 Lithium-ion Battery Charger (48-59-2401)
  • Compact power: Delivers 175 in-lbs of torque yet weighs 2 lbs
  • Quick Bit-Loading 1/4 inch Hex Chuck for bit insertion and release with one hand
  • REDLITHIUM Battery Technology: Superior pack construction, electronics, and performance deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market.


Rated 4.9 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

best driver ever owned Rated 5 by Anonymous
been in the major appliance repair business for 27 years. this is the most frequantly used tool in my arsenal. used on almost every call i run,which averages 8-10 calls per day.usually have to charge battery only on week-ends..amazing!my old one just died after 4 1/2 years hard use.i couldnt allow myself to be without, so i went and bought another one that evening,even though i couldve went thru the warranty process for free replacement.i felt like i got my monies worth out of it,and as i said, i didnt want to be in the field without this tool for even 1 one and youll not be let down...
Originally posted on Jun/2013

I love this tool Rated 5 by Anonymous
I use my driver to R&R covers on HVAC equipment. Way better than the mini-impacts that strip screws so easily. You could set this clutch to set a #4 screw just right in a pound of butter. The light is great in a dim equipment room, the "fuel guage" is a winner. The bit change is truly one-handed. The bit is locked with no trigger pull, so you can break loose the stubborn screws. Batteries charge quickly. Room in the soft case for a bit pack. My driver rides in my truck and because the batteries freeze when low on charge I tend to weaken them in a couple of winters. Get one of these and run your truck over your mini-impact a couple of times. I hate panels with stripped screws that come off after I leave site.
Originally posted on Jun/2012

What a terrific tool! Rated 5 by Anonymous
I use this Milwaukee driver frequently - almost ever day and it's become one of my favorite tools. It is perfect for driving screws and it works fine for light-duty drilling in most materials. It's great for drilling aluminum, sheet metal, drywall and wood. If you need to drill and set Tapcons in concrete on a regular basis, you will need something more heavy duty. But for drilling with a small bit in a variety of common materials and for removing and driving screws, this tool can't be beat. The motor and gear train in the tool are solid and provide all the torque you will need for anything that will fit a 1/4" hex chuck. The battery is small and lightweight, but has no problem powering the tool all day long. For my regular use, I can go as long as a week without recharging. In a nutshell, this tool is very versatile and well designed. I would buy another without any second thought.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Most Used Tool in the Box Rated 5 by Anonymous
One of the most indispensable tools in my arsenal. Have used it to drive everything from screws and lag bolts to removing nuts and bolts from engines. It's 275 ft-lbs so says the specs, so it's right up there with many of it's larger counterparts but not for heavy duty concrete work/etc of course. Lightweight and pretty comfortable in the hand. Positive click reversing button. Just a solid tool...
Originally posted on Jun/2013

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