Check out: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery)

Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery)

Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery)
18 Volt Cordless 1/2″ Hammer-Drill Driver (Battery not Included) The M18 cordless 1/2″ hammer drill driver not only delivers an industry leading compact and ergonomic design, but is up to 20% faster in concrete than the competition. In addition, the 2602-20 is the only hammer drill/ driver in its class with an all metal gear case, providing maximum durability for heavy duty applications. Built with a Milwaukee 4-pole motor, the 2602-20 delivers best in class 550″ pounds of peak torque with the M18 high capacity lithium-ion battery, while the 2602-22 delivers 450″ pounds of peak torque with the M18 compact lithium-ion battery. A variable speed trigger provides speed control between 0-1,700 rpm (high speed) & 0-450 rpm (low speed). Features: 18 Volts 550″ Pounds Torque 1/2″ Single Sleeve Chuck 1700 Maximum RPM 29000 BPM Batteries Not Included 8-1/2″ Long Includes Tool Only 5 Year Warranty Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty

  • 1/2″ All Metal Singel Sleeve Ratcheting Chuck
  • Drill Speed (RPM): 0-450/0-1,700
  • Blows per Minute: 0-29,000
  • Max Torque: 550 in-lbs peak torque with M18 XC High Capacity LITHIUM-ION, 450 in-lbs peak torque with Compact Battery
  • Includes: 2602-20 M18 Cordless 1/2? Hammer Drill / Driver ONLY

List Price: $ 332.00

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  1. Ihyder
    35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Pros, beware the warranty hype, January 27, 2012
    By
    Ihyder

    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I’m a professional contractor and I bought this drill along with the m18 4 tool cordless a little less than a year ago. I have no real complaints about the other tools in the set, they work well in a pinch when power isnt readily available. I used the drill everyday as my workhorse tool, so when I was looking at the set I considered just buying a 400$ hilti drill instead but was swayed by Milwaukee’s reputation in the professional trades and their 5 year warranty. I loved the drill until it started to die suddenly, albeit rare enough that I lived with it. Then 7 months into it’s life it just stopped working. I said no problem I use a crappy backup drill and send it in to get repaired under warranty. A week and half later I get an letter, adding a max repair estimate for 124$, in the fine print I see the notations that tool was denied warranty because of foreign debris/material inside tool and that it had worn motor brushes and a slipping clutch. So apparently using the tool for its intended functions will completely destroy this tool in less than a year under real jobsite conditions and Milwaukee’s idea of a tool warranty is laughable at best. The bare tool retails for 40$ less than there repair price as well. The kicker is that if I decide to not have it repaired by them they will not even reassmle the tool before shipping it back to me. Not exactly our grandfathers Milwaukee tool co. anymore huh? I still have milwaukee tools from 30 years ago in service and working fine. My coworker uses a Hilti, which he dropped off a ladder 3 stories by accident and damaged the grip and trigger mechanism. He was able to walk into the nearest hilti store and they repaired it for free 4 years after purchase, even in a very dirty and used condition. When the repaired tool began to malfunction again a few days later they handed him a brand new model equivalent to it at no charge. You tell me the moral of the story… Don’t trust Milwaukee Tools Word as they don’t stand by their products and their customers

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  2. sti "2woody"
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great drill BUT…, March 29, 2011
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    sti “2woody” (Denver, CO) –

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    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    If you are interested in buying this be sure you have the correct batteries first. Do not buy it to replace the prior model drill because it will not work on the prior Lithium 18V batteries. The batteries for this will cost over $100 each if purchased separate plus $35 for the new charger. This is great for an additional drill in your current set of the same tools.

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  3. marco87
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    awful, May 21, 2011
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    marco87

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    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2602-20 M18 18-Volt Cordless 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    this is my second time purchasing this drill the 1st time i got it i had it about a month and it burned out on me and stoped working. so with my warrenty and all i recieved a second 1 and that one after 2 months the drill wouldnt b able to lock or losen for any type of bits i hate it never again buy this drill. it is powerfull but doesnt last. I always had dewalt drill and i switch to this worse choice i made.

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