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Milwaukee 2416-22XC M12 FUEL 5/8

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About the Milwaukee 2416-22XC

Milwaukee 2416-22XC M12 Fuel 5/8" SDS Rotary Hammer Drill Kit . This Rotary Hammer Drill is loaded with features that make it not only top=of-the-line in performance, but it lasting durability also. The 2416-22XC M12 Fuel 5/8" SDS Rotary Hammer Drill features REDLINK intelligence which provides overload protection for maximized performance, REDLITHIUM battery technology for additional run time that allows users to drill upwards of 50 holes per charge, and 0-900 RPM and 0-6,200 BPM for superior performance. The Milwaukee 2416-22XC M12 Fuel 5/8" SDS Rotary Hammer Drill is the world’s first subcompact cordless rotary hammer, with its 65% lighter body and added power this drill is 4X's faster than the competitors hammer drills. This kit comes with two M12 XC high capacity REDLITHIUM batteries, one M12 lithium-ion battery charger and a carrying case.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
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Mpn # 2416-22XC
Shipping Dimensions 10.0" x 9.0" x 3.0"
Weight 11.68 lbs.

Product Features

  • Voltage: 12V
  • BPM: 0-6,200
  • Solid Bit Capacity: 5/8
  • Drilling Mode: Rotary Hammer and Rotation Only
  • Product: M12 FUEL 5/8? SDS Plus Rotary Hammer
  • Cat #: 2416-20
  • Includes: (1) M12 FUEL 5/8? SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (2416-20)
  • Battery: M12 REDLITHIUM XC4.0
  • Charger: 12V charger
  • Tool Warranty: 5 Years
  • Length: 10
  • Weight: 3.9 lbs
  • LED Light: Yes
  • Battery Warranty: 3 Year
  • No Load Speed: 0-900

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 5 reviews


So much power in such a small package Rated 5 by Anonymous
This drill is a classic case of "Big things come in small packages". I was thrilled that someone not only finally came out with a cordless SDS Plus drill, but brushless. This thing is just as fast as my corded drill but has the luxury of being cordless and part of the the vastly expanding M12 line of tools. It drills holes for Tap-Cons and other hangers as fast as the corded drills but with 1/3 the weight. It is surprising how little vibration there is and I love that it comes with 2 XC4.0 Batteries. If you are looking to drill anchors and other small holes than this will not disappoint. The Case is perfect, has plenty of storage for your bits and things I haven't figured out what they are for, but Milwaukee is good about making their cases accept accessory boxes and accessories.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013


awesome tool Rated 5 by Anonymous
i have been in construction for 6+ years now and have used sds drills from dewalt, hilti, etc, etc, etc. This is by far my most favorite sds plus drill to date, i will not give it up. Most tradesmen when they first see the drill think i took it from my kids becasue of how small it is, and tell me that they would refuse to use a "toy" for work. then i start using it and their attitude changes. The owners manual says that it is good for drilling upto 1/2in holes for things like drop in anchors and that is true but if you truly know how to use this tool and let it and the bit do the work and not ry to force it through what ever you are drilling it will do so much more. I have drillied no less than 35+ 1" x 12" holes through precast with it on multiple jobsites in weather from 10 degrees to 100 degrees, dry, raining, snowing and this drill will not quit.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2016


Retired my Hilti Rated 5 by Anonymous
I have been in construction for 33 years. It is so good that I retired my corded Hilti. I also bought 2 more for my employees and the 18 volt model for heavier duty jobs. Highly recommend this drill.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014


Amazing Rated 5 by Anonymous
Tried it out at Dynamite Tools, tool show. The tool is small, powerful and amazingly FAST.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013


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