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Includes 18V Cordless M18 3/8-in Right Angle Drill Driver – 2615-20, Tool Only – Battery and Charger Sold Separately

Technical Details

  • heavy-duty

Customer Reviews

Very Good Drill

 on April 19, 2013
By Mark in Wheaton
Overall, I like this drill – my thoughts:

I’d buy it again

 on April 14, 2017
By Gordon
Overall, I like it …..even if I have pinched my fingers several times between the housing and the chuck. Lots of torque, but one has to learn to set the torque adjuster to whatever you need because if you don’t the thing will just stop dead.

"bare tool" they literally sent a bubble wrapped tool

 on February 1, 2018
By Todzilla
Drill worked great. Powered through MDF while using it all weekend long. Only con so far is it would have been nice on the paddle switch that the upper part would be forward and the bottom part reverse. I know what Milwaukee was going for, multiple hand positions, but it feels almost natural to want to reverse and with just the paddle. Also the reverse and forward switch isn’t easy to get to with one hand.

home remodel

 on February 27, 2013
By n. idaho
this drill works great!! I bought it to drill large holes to install the coax and phone lines ethernet into the walls of my 4 bdr 2 bath remodel so the damned cable guys wont be drilling holes all over my house. I drilled for a whole day, 1 inch holes or larger and this drill kept me going. I drained only one battery doing it. (barely started on my 2nd) when i was done for the day. I was also using my driver drill and skil saw, so i dont really know how long this thing would have lasted just using the right angle drill. It had plenty of power and the great thing is that its full power til the battery is toast. It doesnt get weaker as your battery gets spent.

Why not a 1/2" chuck? It definitely has the …

 on January 1, 2018
By Ryan
Why not a 1/2″ chuck? It definitely has the torque for it. A 1/2″ chuck is necessary when using holesaws inside of microwave cabinets, that is if you do not want a blowout! I am a professional carpenter. ps. expect the fellas at work to ask to borrow it.

OK tool bad reverse button

 on January 19, 2016
By Mr. William D. Kern Jr.
Got this 1/18/16…..have lots of M18 tools……..haven’t used this much yet, BUT……… 1st impression, reverse trigger requires second hand and small finger to engage. Unlike most drills where single hand op is easy and one handed. Seems under-powered @ 125 in #’s. My M18 drill is rated @500. LOVE all my other Milwaukee tools, but this unit leaves me a little disappointed. Can’t give it 3.5 *, but it’s not a 4 * to me.

This thing was great. I bought it to drill out a couple …

 on April 25, 2016
By Chris Angelich
This thing was great. I bought it to drill out a couple of Ford Fe big block exhaust manifold bolts that broke off on the head. It fit perfect in between the head and the inner fender of the truck saving me from either pulling the inner fenders or worse pulling the engine out.

Great for handyman and professional

 on February 18, 2016
By Niklaus Imobersteg
Never went wrong choosing Milwaukee products. Durable and powerful. Great for handyman and professional. Great torque for a cordless angle drill. Use caution! Hang on tight when in use or you can sprain your wrist when drill bit catches!
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