Milwaukee 12V Cordless Compact Driver 2401-20 & 2426-20 Multi-Tool Combo Set-RL3

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    • donyboy73
    • January 9, 2014

    TOOL REVIEW – M12 Milwaukee 1/4″ Impact

    • Tools In Action
    • January 9, 2014

    Good video, can’t go wrong with Milwaukee!

    • Stoneyburke
    • January 9, 2014

    I got the 18volt Dewalt combo ,only because I have another 18volt,that use
    the same batteries. Release is same,but bit goes right in without pulling

    • spelunkerd
    • January 9, 2014

    If I were a pro, this would be the set I would buy. But for occasional use
    I find cordless tools to be annoying and expensive. Even if you use the
    drill only very occasionally, you still face the problem of having to
    replace the battery every few years. And of course there is the problem of
    batteries dying at awkward times, and sliding torque as battery power fades.

    One time I tried to find replacement batteries for a craftsman drill, and I
    discovered it was cheaper to buy a new drill than just replace the battery.
    That was the last craftsman tool I’ll every buy.

    • doublewide6
    • January 9, 2014

    Nice review Donny. Those are must have tools for the shop. I use mine
    all the time. And there is nothing better than driving 3.5 inch drywall
    screws with an impact compared to a drill.

    • Barkeaters99
    • January 9, 2014

    I own this combo as well, but it came with the new XC battery that has a
    longer run time. My set came with a third battery which is a great
    rotation on the job site. I made two shed’s this summer and they ran all
    day and charged the batteries overnight. 

    • Love2boat92
    • January 10, 2014

    Great video!! I’m just curious what made you go with Milwaukee instead of

    • BarclayTheDevilDog
    • January 10, 2014

    Excellent review… Thanks!

    • Joseph Costello
    • January 10, 2014

    I do like the Milwaukee tools. I have all corded tools from them and have
    Dewalt cordless tools. It would cost to much to switch brands at the
    moment. I tried to get the Milwaukee sales rep to take my Dewalt cordless
    tools in trade but he wouldn’t budge. He told me that the company makes
    more money on the batteries than the tools.

    • richard raesr
    • January 10, 2014

    Thanks for sharing Don

    • constructiontech1970
    • January 10, 2014

    Great review Donny!!

    • elydanification
    • January 10, 2014

    Hey Dony, I was wondering if you have ever done a tool review on your
    electric saw chain sharpener? I got a pretty good look at it during the
    painting of the ceiling video. Is that from Foley Belsaw?

    • donyboy73
    • January 10, 2014
    • Bob Haddock
    • January 10, 2014

    the 12 volts do a good job on screws but the 18’s 19.2’s and 20 volts
    REALLY work slick for driving screws. forgot to add that

    • blueticecho
    • January 10, 2014

    Isn’t Milwaukee Tools made by Ryobi ? Which in my opinion is nothing less
    than pure junk..

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