Milwaukee 2415-21 M12 Lithium-Ion 3/8 in. Cordless Right Angle Drill Driver Kit (1.5 Ah)Milwaukee Model: miln2415-21
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Product Features & specs :
Milwaukee 2415-21 M12 Lithium-Ion 3/8 in. Cordless Right Angle Drill Driver Kit (1.5 Ah)
- 3/8 in. single sleeve ratcheting chuck for maximum versatility and grip.
- Extended paddle switch provides convenience and comfort
- 3-3/4 in. head length is great for working in tight spaces
- Features a battery fuel gauge for user convenience
- Electronic clutch has 11 settings plus drill mode for complete control
- Built In LEDs illuminate work surface and indicates clutch out
- Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools
- M12 12V Cordless 3/8 in. Right Angle Drill Driver - 2415-21
- (1) M12 REDLITHIUM CP1.5 Ah Battery - 48-11-2401
- M12 Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - 48-59-2401
- Carrying Case
My only minor complaint is that I wish I could tap the power bar to turn the light on, and that it would stay on a few seconds after the power bar is released. I got used to this on the Dewalt and find myself missing it on the Milwaukee quite a bit.
Even after 600 operations, the drill battery was still about half charged, as shown by the fuel level meter (a handy thing). Staggering performance for such a small battery.
It would be nice to be able to replace the chuck with a fixed ½" or 3/8" square adaptor as the combination of chuck, adaptor and socket all adds up and (in my case) is still a bit long. I will be looking at removing the chuck and fabricating a special adaptor (unless Milwaukee bring out an option first)
The LED illuminates the work area perfectly and the LED changes from white to red once the torque limit is reached.
The torque setting seems to monitor the load current through the motor. If the motor is running at full chat, the momentum in the gear train means that the bolt ends up with a tighter torque than required. If run at low speed you get a repeatable torque setting and used like this it works well.
The trigger is half way down the tool. If it was at the end of the tool (where the battery is, so difficult I know) you would not need to grip the tool so tightly.
These are minor points, and I bought this tool after much internet research and I am still convinced that it is the best tool for the job and I am very happy with it.
The bits never twist out, the battery has a long enough charge to do most anything.
All in all, a very good product.
Complements to Milwaukee.
Q & A :
The warranty period for V28, M12 and M18 Li-Ion Battery Packs is two (2) years from the date of purchase. XC M18 Battery packs carry a (3) year warranty. The warranty period for Ni-Cd Battery Packs, Flashlights, Radios, and Professional Hoists (lever, chain, and electric) is one (1) year from the date of purchase.
*The warranty period for Portable Generators is two (2) years from the date of purchase.
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