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Milwaukee 2656-20 M18 1/4" Hex Impact Driver

SKU: 407977
   based on 2 Reviews
$93.28/ea
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About the Milwaukee 2656-20

Milwaukee 2656-20 M18 1/4" Hex Impact Driver. The M18 1/4" Hex Impact Driver is designed to run longer and much faster than other impact wrenches in its class. The Milwaukee Impact Driver comes equipped with a POWERSTATE brushless motor that runs cooler without any wearable components, and a lightweight compact body ideal for limited space areas. The Milwaukee M18 1/4" Hex Impact Driver also includes a protective intelligence feature that wont allow your wrench to overload or overheat. The Wrench also features a ball pin detent anvil designed for strong retention and tool free socket changes.

Product Details

Product: Power Tools
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Use:
Type: Screwdriver & Nutdriver
Mpn # 2656-20
Weight 2.65 lbs.

Product Features

  • Voltage: 18V
  • Torque: 1,500 in-lbs
  • Package Type: Tool-Only (No Battery or Charger Included)
  • Tool Warranty: 5 Years
  • Length: 5-1/2"
  • Weight: 3.1 lbs
  • On Board FUEL Gauge: Fuel Gauge on Battery
  • LED Light: Yes
  • Anvil Size and Type: 1/4" Hex Quick Change
  • No Load IPM: 0-3,450
  • No Load RPM: 0-2,750

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews


Best Impact for the Money Rated 5 by
Hands down my favorite power tool for driving screws. I'll even overkill it from time to time, and use the thing instead of my M12 Fuel Hammer Drill/Driver. Taught my 7 year old kid to use this thing, and she was driving screws with ease. We tried the drill, and she had a lot more trouble with it. Usually used for mounting TV's, and CCTV Cameras.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Apr/2016


The Best Rated 5 by
One of the best Impact Drivers I've ever owned, I've owned a lot of different brands of drivers and this one is by far the best for reliability and multi use areas of work. HANDS DOWN THE BEST
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Feb/2016

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