|BPM:||0 - 25,500|
|Chuck Size:||1/2 in.|
|Chuck Type:||Single Sleeve Ratcheting|
|Maximum Torque:||350 in-lbs.|
|RPM:||0 - 450 / 0 - 1,700|
|MILN2404-20||Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12V Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Hammer Drill Driver (Bare Tool)||
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Q:Can I get a credit instead of free battery or bare tool? Would like to get the bandsaw.
A:All promotions are through the manufacturer,so therefore no store credit's can be issued.
Q:How much does this M12 hammer drill weigh with standard battery ready to use? Also what is the weight difference between hammer and non hammer drill option? Thanks!
Q:Hello, is it possible send to spain?
A:CPO only ships within the United States at this time.
A:The 2404 is 3 lbs.The 2403 is 2.75 lbs.
Q:Will you be developing any brushless power tools that meet ATEX, IECEx certification?
A:That can best be answered by the Mfg.Please call Milwaukee directly @ 1-800-729-3878.
Q:Can this drill be used in explosive environments ? Is this item considered intrinsically safe for flammible vapor areas ?
A:No, this drill cannot be used in an explosive environment.
A:good question? the best answer to this question call up milwaukee company to be safe. don't take a chance just call.
Q:Is the M 12 1/2" hammer drill kit available reconditioned? If available what would the price be?
A:This is currently is not available in reconditioned.
Q:RPM issue seems to be fixed. BPM is no longer listed in the specs section. Can i please get real specs on this product before purchasing?
A:The BPM rating on this item is 0-25,500. You can check out more information on this item at the following link:
Q:When it says hammer drill/driver does it mean that it can be used as a hammer drill, a drill and also as a variable speed drill to drive screws?
A:There are three symbols on the top of the drill/driver. One is for drilling into metal, one is for the hammer mode and one for driving in screws.
Q:M12 Fuel hammerdrill specs state "25,500" max rpm. 18 volt doesn't even have that. Is this a misprint?
A:The 25,500 max rpm is for no loads impacts per minute. The no load rpm is Low: 0-450 and the HI is 0-1700.
A:I believe you misspoke a bit on your specs. The 25,500 is "BPM" (blows per minute) for the hammer drill not "RPM".