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Milwaukee 48-22-2113 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver
Model#: MILN48-22-2113
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Milwaukee 48-22-2113 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver

Model#: MILN48-22-2113
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The Milwaukee 48-22-2113 has the ECX bit technology which allows users to extend the life of their bits when fastening specialty screws found in electrical boxes, conduit couplers, outlets, and other common job site fixtures. The patented geometry gives the ECX bit this advantage over traditional phillips or square bits.
Features:
  • ECX Bit (Patent pending) - Superior fit in specialty screws
  • Wire stripper (Patent pending) - Strip up to 12 Gauge wire
  • Wire bending hole - Bend up to 12 Gauge wire
  • 9 bit types - Carry less drivers
Includes:
  • 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver - 48-22-2113
  • Screw Driver Handle
  • Double Sided #1 and #2 ECX Bit
  • Double Sided 3/16-in and 1/4-in Slotted Bit
  • Double Sided #1 and #2 Phillips Bit
  • 1/4-in Nut Driver
  • Double Sided 5/16-in and 3/8-in nut driver

Specifications

Shipping Weight: 0.5 lbs.

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Milwaukee11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver
 
3.2

(based on 9 reviews)

44%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Effective (6)
  • Versatile (6)
  • Well built / quality (6)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gifts (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Professional (4), Avid do-it-yourselfer (3)
      • Primary use:
      • Business (4), Personal (3)

    Reviewed by 9 customers

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    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Good quality, gimmicky with wasted space

    By Robert

    from Cincinnati, Ohio

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Strong
    • Works Effectively

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver:

        This driver is targeted at electricians and other field technicians who routinely work with wiring. It has a feel of quality that seems consistent with its price. Although anyone could use it, it's more of a niche tool. It wouldn't be justified by many who are looking for a "standard" every day driver.

        What makes it interesting is two-fold. First, there is a wire stripper and bender that are handy for quick connections. While neither is precedent setting, they function efficiently and as advertised. The second thing is a double sided bit that is the primary focus of the tool. At present, the ECX bit is only available from Milwaukee. This is the only driver that has it. They are however available in standard quarter inch-hex versions for bit or drill drivers. The ECX is intended to be a more precise fit with fasteners that are common in wiring. Current wall outlets for example, have terminals with hybrid heads that work with Phillips or slotted drivers. Due to the combined intention, neither is necessarily perfect. The "problem" however, tends to be more theorized than real. This bit is marketed as a better solution. The issue is the hype surrounding it. The question is whether it lives up to the hype. When you enter a niche market and compete with traditional brands, especially when you target pros, you need more than hype. Fancy marketing doesn't impress those people. To make a case for it, you need to show how traditional methods are inferior. In my opinion, that hasn't been accomplished. I think that it's more about creating a problem to fit the solution.

        Professionals would argue that drivers from the big suppliers routinely handle those tasks. They do it efficiently and in the absence of a specialized bit. When the same functions can be performed with bits already on the driver, why the ECX? In my opinion, it wastes useful space on that end of the shaft. It becomes redundant. A better alternative might have been a second insert with additional double sided bits. That could stand up against big competitors and make it a desirable alternative. Combined with the wire stripping and bending functions, it could be a formidable player. I think that Milwaukee has gotten too caught up in their own hype. I don't believe they've established enough of a need for this bit. Although it's a good quality driver, too much space is devoted to the arguably unnecessary ECX.

         
        3.0

        Good quality, wasted space.

        By Robert

        from Cincinnati, Ohio

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Strong
        • Works Effectively

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver:

            This driver is targeted at electricians and other field technicians who routinely work with wiring. It has a feel of quality that seems consistent with its price. Although anyone could use it, it's more of a niche tool. It wouldn't be justified by many who are looking for a "standard" every day driver.

            What makes it interesting is two-fold. First, there is a wire stripper and bender that are handy for quick connections. While neither is precedent setting, they function efficiently and as advertised. The second thing is a double sided bit that is the primary focus of the tool. At present, the ECX bit is only available from Milwaukee. This is the only driver that has it. They are however available in standard quarter inch-hex versions for bit or drill drivers. The ECX is intended to be a more precise fit with fasteners that are common in wiring. Current wall outlets for example, have terminals with hybrid heads that work with Phillips or slotted drivers. Due to the combined intention, neither is necessarily perfect. The "problem" however, tends to be more theorized than real. This bit is marketed as a better solution. The issue is the hype surrounding it. The question is whether it lives up to the hype. When you enter a niche market and compete with traditional brands, especially when you target pros, you need more than hype. Fancy marketing doesn't impress those people. To make a case for it, you need to show how traditional methods are inferior. In my opinion, that hasn't been accomplished. I think that it's more about creating a problem to fit the solution.

            Professionals would argue that drivers from the big suppliers routinely handle those tasks. They do it efficiently and in the absence of a specialized bit. When the same functions can be performed with bits already on the driver, why the ECX? In my opinion, it wastes useful space on that end of the shaft. It becomes redundant. A better alternative might have been a second insert with additional double sided bits. That could stand up against big competitors and make it a desirable alternative. Combined with the wire stripping and bending functions, it could be a formidable player. I think that Milwaukee has gotten too caught up in their own hype. I don't believe they've established enough of a need for this bit. Although it's a good quality driver, too much space is devoted to the arguably unnecessary ECX.

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Goodbye Klein

            By The blizzard

            from Phoenix, AZ

            About Me Professional

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Lightweight
            • Strong
            • Versatile
            • Works Effectively

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver:

                Oh baby, I love this! the EXC bit is the greatest for us electricians. Seriously if you are an electrician you WANT these EXC bits. plus they actually sell replacement bits for it. Goodbye Klein!!

                • Primary use:
                • Business

                (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                It's Really a 9 in 1 wire striper sucks

                By Chris

                from Yonkers, New York

                About Me Professional

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                • Versatile

                Cons

                • Bulky
                • Flimsy Construction
                • Poor Quality

                Best Uses

                  Comments about 11-in-1 ECX Multi-Tip Screwdriver:

                  I bought this thing because I was curious about the ECX bit. It worked great until it snapped in half 6 days after I purchased it. Only the ECX #1 bit is damaged but I can't belive it couldn't last one week. Completely unacceptable, I will never buy a Milwaukee Hand tool again. Also for a tool that seems like it's designed for an Electrician there is ne Square drive tip which is a very common bit to use for Connectors and load centers. I'll stick with Klein and Greenlee.

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                    Do you carry replacement bits for this? I seem to have lost the #2 Phillips / 1/4" slotted screwdriver bit. Where can I order one if they are available?
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