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Includes 1/2-in Super Hawg Two-Speed Drill, 450/1,750 RPM with Case – 1680-81, Carrying Case – 48-55-1680, Side Handle, Product Manual

Customer Reviews

Milwaukee Improves Tool

32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
By Brian McPeak "hbk1313"
This is an improved version of the Hole-Hawg. This new tool has more power, easier to use, and fits into tight spaces better. I depend on Milwaukee tools for my livelihood and they delivered a great new tool with this one.

one incredible drill – just buy one!

32 of 37 people found the following review helpful
By Mark Thorne
I’m an electrician and have used Milwaukee power tools since 1978. I’ve watched the line of old hole hawgs do some amazing things in the past, as well as some frightening things (breaking wrists, knocking men off ladders, locked bits twisting the handles and ripping through 2×4’s). Up until now I’ve avoided them like the plague. Two years ago my plumber bought one of these new super hawgs (after years of the old dangerous ones) and liked it so much he bought 3 more for his small crew. He showed it to me, I lifted it up and put it down, telling him I couldn’t possibly use this tool overhead every day.

Hawg Heaven

23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
The new “Super Hawg” is what all hole drills should be. As a Southeast Texas homebuilder I put it through it’s paces and it has turned some of the dreaded work into pleasure. I shopped all of the hole drills before chosing this one. It costs a little more than the others but it is worth it. I am very impressed with it’s high quality construction, power, and comfort. The swiveling trigger handle is a feature all hole drills should have. The more powerful motor, (almost twice the competition), is put to good use running the drill at higher RPM’s than all of the competitor’s. This is one fast hole drill.

Electrician

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Roberts
As expected Amazon has done it again. Shipped a quality product in record time. If they were only a client of mine I would again believe in a handshake and a persons word . The Super Hawg is the right choice for those who have gone through other drills. It is faster and more powerful than a Hole Hawg , which I have used much. The Super Hawg will fit in tighter spaces is longer and has a 90 degree rotating handle. If a bored hole is your goal the Super Hawg is the tool.

90 degree stud hole drill

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Emilio
powerful, very easy to cut round holes into metal or wood studs. nice rotating body, a bit heavy but gets the job done with ease.

Super Hawg? More like "Wood Raper!"

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Thorn495 "thorn495"
I do a lot of wood working involving lots of large diameter holes in branches and logs. If you’re in the same category and need projects done fast, this is probably the drill for you. This drill (with some long auger and self-feed bits chucked in) is my new best friend! The only cons I could share thus far would be that toggling between forward and reverse drilling can take an extra attention. Often, I’ve pushed the reverse switch and it stayed in forward. Sometimes I would hit it in reverse to get a bit out of some wood and it would still be in forward and charge into the project I was working on.

Drill through anything without hurting yourself

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By SouthCoast Design Build
We are a non-profit on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, and we have a diverse collection of inexperienced volunteers that work here short term. Homes are frequently built on 12′ piles because of flood elevations, and require many bolts and threaded rods to make connections for wind resistance. Last week we had a little college girl drilling 60 3/4″ holes through 30″ of solid wood with the Super Hawg, and she was surprised how quickly she got through so many holes and the ease of controlling the drill .

Incredible Drill

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Paden
I purchased this drill to use for wiring our new house, and I’ve drilled about 500 holes through studs/joists and it’s been terrific! It replaced a Hole Hawg that had been stolen, and I can certainly say that this is a nicer drill. The Hole Hawg worked great, but tended to kick hard on occasion, whereas the added length of this Super Hawg makes it much more manageable due to the added leverage. I have yet to have it kick hard enough to trigger the clutch, which was the main selling point for me after previously owning the Hole Hawg. The one caution I’ll mention on this drill is that it’s rather heavy, and after a 12-hour day of lugging it up a ladder and drilling holes overhead, you’ll definitely know you’ve gotten a work-out! It’s a brute!

So far, great drill

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Timothy G. Blum
I did a good bit of searching around for a really solid, heavy duty joist-type drill and quickly came to decide on this super-hawg drill. I personally like to buy one tool for the purpose and not have to have different levels of tools for light duty vs heavy duty. I also like my tools to last and don’t mind paying a premium for the higher build quality of the pro-level tools. This hawg is really heavy duty (additional emphasis on heavy so make sure you don’t have a bad back if you are interested in purchasing this brute) and exactly what I look for in my tools-namely, can do just about anything for it’s purpose and not limited by under-power with large diameter holes, etc. I haven’t used it too much as yet, just a few 2.5″ holes through hardwood floors/subfloor but it ate through those like butter. I was really impressed with the lack of kickback as well. My 24v Ridgid cordless drill seems to always bind up when using hole saws and kick to the point of screwing up the battery where I have to stick it back on the charger for a few seconds to get the voltage/polarity back working again. Again, I must emphasize how powerful this drill is. I also like that the handles are all removable, including the short one on top (I was cutting holes below an elevated fireplace hearthstone for in-floor speaker brackets and had to remove the top handle to get the drill to fit underneath). The whole front/top part of the drill is rubberized to give you plenty of grip options if you find yourself not using the handle, and the rear handle rotates as well. Nice long cord also has the light-up style plug which is a great tool/extension cord feature. Other comments have decried the fact that this drill is made in China and was previously USA-made, but it seems like it must be the good part of that country because it is worlds above the cheap Chinese tools you get at the discount tool stores. While they may have shipped jobs overseas and I haven’t had a chance to own a USA-made hawg, Milwaukee still produces a high quality tool with this drill. Amazon also had one of the best prices around especially with the Prime shipping.

chuck never stays tight

By steve fehrenbach
okay, I’ll start with this, I work for an electrical contractor on a residential crew where right angle drills are essential to our day to day activities ( drilling out studs/joists). We primarily use 7/8″ auger bits. Four out of the seven leads are supplied with this drill, me being one of them. The others are supplied with an older model DeWalt and a newer model Makita. The DeWalts are definitely superior with the Makita right behind them. the Milwaukees are heavy, bulky, and the biggest problem of all; the chuck never seems to stay tight. It does t matter how tight you tighten them with the key, after five to ten holes the bit wobbles its way out. I give it two stars only because it is powerful, and its direction change button is in a convenient spot. Other than that, trash.
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