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Milwaukee 48-22-2002 2 PC Demo Drivers w/ Steel Caps

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About the Milwaukee 48-22-2002

Milwaukee 48-22-2002 2 PC Demo Drivers w/ Steel Caps. Milwaukee Demolition Drivers are designed for heavy-duty, demolition type jobsites. The metal shafts are attached to high impact steel caps that provide a 2X longer lifetime in demolition applications. Milwaukee Demolition Screwdrivers are durable, reliable, and built for heavy use. Milwaukee backs them by their Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Style: Screwdriver
Mpn # 48-22-2002
Weight 2.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Includes---
  • (1) 6" Phillips #2 Steel Cap Screwdriver
  • (1) 6" Slotted 5/16" Steel Cap Screwdriver
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Preferred much over others Rated 5 by Anonymous
I have shattered the handles of a couple other demolition screwdrivers from the competition from the handle sliding past and striking concrete, the plastic was very brittle. I bought these on site, the handles are robust and feel great to get a handle on, the hardened tips are a good touch, and the shaft is steel through to the striking cap. There is a rubber mold around the shaft inside the handle that is visible which is a great detail to ensure shock absorption. Also, the plastic does not feel brittle at all and indeed I've never had a Milwaukee tool crack from impacts yet. I prefer carrying the slotted one directly in my belt all day for long reach, high torque turning, prying, chiseling and demo applications that may arise. Love it.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

Punish them! They don't care. Rated 5 by Anonymous
great for the electrician who wants to carry an minimized tool pouch. esp. the "flat-head" as is serves multiple purposes. these drivers can really take a punishment. i haven't had them in the field long enough to comment on long-term wear, but they feel as if they're gonna hold up for a long time. lifetime warranty gives you a warm fuzzy, too.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

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