Printer friendly page

Shockwave 48-32-4502 Standard Impact Duty Bit Holder with C Ring, 2.36 in OAL, Steel

SKU: 165422
   based on 5 Reviews
Save 18% · Retail: $6.00

In Stock and Ready to Ship

Ships From Price Qty
Texas Warehouse
Available to Ship in 3-5 days
$4.91/EA 48
Order From Manufacturer
Available to Ship in 1-2 weeks

About the Milwaukee 48-32-4502


Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 48-32-4502
Shipping Dimensions 5.8" x 1.9" x 0.5"
Weight 0.08 lbs.

Product Features

  • 2-piece construction withstands abuse in impact applications
  • Proprietary steel and heat treat process for maximum strength and flexibility
  • Strong magnetic tip for secure grip


Rated 3.2 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Holds bits secure. Rated 5 by Anonymous
I often use Robertson drive screws in my projects. Robertson tips are designed to fit so snugly that after driving a screw, the insert bit usually stays in screw head instead of in my bit driver! Milwaukee makes the only easy to find (read, in the big orange store) 2" insert bit driver with a retainer ring as well as a magnet. Now, my insert bits stay in the holder and NOT behind in the screw. As a note, the retainer ring loosens up with use. The first time you remove the bit, it will be very still, but this is a feature, not a flaw.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Best bit holder, Yet. Rated 5 by Anonymous
Up until a year ago, I only used yellow ones. Once it broke, I replaced with the Shockwave. The reason I do like them may be a negative by others, but different applications require different uses. This magnet is really magnetic and I like that. Sure the bits are not easy removed without a pliers, but the fastener holding ability is a small trade-off in my applications. With the numerous impact cycles mine has been through, It is a good value.
Originally posted on Jun/2012

One Bit Holder Rated 1 by Anonymous
I placed a phillips bit into the bit holder. It is still there, despite heroic efforts to remove. It moves about 1/16th out of the holder and will not budge further no matter what I've tried. Unfortunately I purchased as part of a set of impact bits and now an incomplete set remains and a bit holder with a stuck bit. Unhappy, and I've really liked Milwaukee in the past. Seems like a design problem, read above reviews.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

Unable to remove bit Rated 3 by Anonymous
I am unable to change bits. I inserted a Robertson #1 bit and no matter how I try, I cannot remove the bit. There are no instructions on the package nor on the Milwaukee web site. Neither are there any details to advise the user how the bit holder should be employed.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Questions & Answers

Shopper Award