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For unmatched power, ease of use and versatility, opt for the Milwaukee M18 FUELT HOLE HAWGr 1/2" Right Angle Drill Kit (2707-22). Its POWERSTATET brushless motor provides constant power under heavy load to complete holes faster than corded drills, and it has an all-metal keyed chuck for maximum durability and bit retention.

Customer Reviews

Awesome product

 on March 7, 2016
By Charles B
This thing works like a charm, for residential plumbing I can still squeeze out 3 inch holes pretty easily with good hole saw bits. For small holes for the pipe, it blows through them. Also mixes concrete for setting bath tubs.

Great drill with hole saws.

 on May 26, 2016
By Plumb Rob
This drill has done everything I’ve asked of it. As long as I use hole saws. I drill no holes smaller than 2 1/8″ most holes are 3″ & 4″.

but it’s really working hard and gets hot so I figured this was a better solution since I need to drill ~100 of these …

 on July 18, 2015
By Matt Smith
I bought this at my local hardware center (they sell every brand and are authorized dealers for everything). I’m using a 1″ diameter x 16″ long ship auger bit to drill holes in tree stumps (ash, been cut down for 2 years). My M18 cordless drill/hammer drill works OK, but it’s really working hard and gets hot so I figured this was a better solution since I need to drill ~100 of these holes.
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