The Milwaukee 50-32-0220 Square Head Bit for 11N1 Screwdriver is an optional bit that does not come with the purchase of the Milwaukee 48-22-2113 11N1 Screwdriver. This reversible bit is made with the same attention to detail as all Milwaukee tools and accessories. Made from premium grade S2 tool steel, this bit has a more durable composition which means less bit wear and more time on the job. The Milwaukee 50-32-0220 Square Head Bit has both the SQ1 and SQ2 sizes on either end which means fewer bits to try and keep track of, and quicker bit size transitions.
Great Electrical Trade Screwdriver Rated 4 by Anonymous Very effective for commercial electrical installations. Specifically for conduit and cable connectors and couplings. Most screws in the industry are moving towards a square/Phillips/flat style, however using any of those individually can be a hassle and result in a stripped screw. The ECX bit eliminates that Concern and provides a firm grip to those style screws. Comfortable handle and standard bits are effective as well. Couldn't properly utilize stripping application but I feel that is for a more residential/DIYer. I did however break the flanges on the smaller ECX bit by over-torquing. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012
Poor Design and Function Rated 1 by Anonymous I bought this screwdriver with the intention of using it with all my other wonderful Milwaukee screwdriver bits. But this screwdriver, in Milwaukee's infinite wisdom, does not work with ANY OTHER Milwaukee bit! It comes with two ECX bits and a nut driver. It doesn't tell you ANYWHERE on the packaging how to find the Phillips or flathead bits (you have to pull out the shaft) and the attachment does not even accept another Milwaukee "Shockwave Impact" bit! This should be more clearly marked on the outside of the sealed plastic packaging. Disappointing. Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012
Great. Just know how Rated 5 by Anonymous The best screwdriver I have ever had. Confusing on how to use at first, but great in design. Since there is confusion I will list the bits and uses. Pull the main metal shaft out to access the other side. 1&2. large Phillips and large flat head 3&4. small Phillips and small flat head 5. small hex (small Phillips and flat head shaft) 6&7. medium hex and large hex (both sides of large shaft) 8&9. small combination bit and large combination bit 10. wire striper (side) 11. wire hooker (holes in shaft) Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Dec/2015
Not for the Tradesman Rated 3 by Anonymous I am an Electrician,and loved this tool, BUT, it is not one I would recommend to my fellow tradesmen. The ECX Bits are a joke poor quality. Used it once and snapped! Oh well the other bits were better. I never understood how easy it was to lose the bits though. Why no strong magnetic handle, or shaft, that keeps the bit in? Safer when working in an electrical cabinets , At least we might be able to catch the bit,as it stayed on the screw,and is falling faster than you can react. Cant find the bites when you are doing any kind of renovation work,where debris is going to be present,and you are working off a ladder. GOOD LUCK!! Other than that I just recently I recommended this very product to my brother as he is a handyman with no tools. Lol. A perfect fathers day present.Keep the receipt!! Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012