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There is no other drill on the market that delivers the power and the reliability that the Milwaukee 2708-22 M18 FUEL Hawg delivers. For unparalleled  and uncompromising power, ease of use and versatility, I suggest you jump all over  the Milwaukee M18 FUELT HOLE HAWG Right Angle Drill Kit with QUIK-LOKT (2708-22). It’s prprietary POWERSTATET brushless motor provides constant power under heavy load to bore holes faster than even corded drills. No other cordless company can say that with confidence like Milwaukee can and I have seen these drills work on real life job-sites and can vouch for their reliability, power and ergonomic design built for extended use

Customer Reviews

Undeniably the best drill iv used for self feed bits

 on June 3, 2016
By 04 Ram 1500/07 Lincoln MKZ
Undeniably the best drill iv used for self feed bits. Been doing low voltage/electrical work for 8 years now and this thing is worth its weight in gold.. The quick release chuck is great and worth having. Never have to worry about losing the chuck key again. The power it puts out is incredible. Faster and smoother than my corded drill which cost twice as much. This is a must have for all contractors. Highly recommend.

I love this tool

 on November 28, 2016
By Amazon Customer
I’m a residential electrician, this drill is the first tool that I reach for. I can drill a brand new 1800 square foot ranch house on two charged batteries. Tons of power, I love this tool.

Five Stars

 on May 30, 2016
By chad
Awesome drill. Lightweight, love the keyless chuck!

Five Stars

 on March 26, 2015
By Andrew P.
This drill is an electricians dream come true. It makes my daily work life a lot easier.

Five Stars

 on June 30, 2016
By Amazon Customer

Five Stars

 on March 26, 2015
By Craig Luscier
Everything I was looking for.

A must buy for residential electricians.

 on April 2, 2016
By BulletProof83
I’m a residential electrician and we wire at least 1 house a week. I’m normally not a huge fan of Milwaukee tools. However I bought into Milwaukee specifically for this tool. Since buying this tool I have shaved off at least an hour per house, since I don’t have to drag around a cord or ladder to drill out the house. With the Quik-Lok feature I started to use 2 long extensions with a 18″ x 3/4″ auger to drill the top plates. It takes an average of 4 to 5 fully charged 4 Amp hour batteries to drill out a house so I would recommend getting some extra batteries and an extra charger. I’ve been using this drill for about a year now and I’m still excited about using it. This is the only Milwaukee cordless tool I own and have about $750-$800 in it if you include the extra batteries and chargers. I would spend the money again no regrets. This drill will pay for itself with time saved in no time. I have even considered buying a second one. I just cant say enough good things about this tool and that’s coming from a Bosch guy who used the Dewalt corded DW124 for 13+ years. The only thing that you have to be mindful of is when trying to drill through 5 to 6 studs at one time , you will want to make sure to have at least 2 bars of battery. Otherwise the drills bind control kicks in without enough torque. The auger will get stuck and have to be manually removed via wrench of some sort. Knowing that I just change the battery before attempting to drill so many studs at one time.

Nice Tool To Have In Your Arsenal

 on June 2, 2015
By Big D
Just got done with work and using this tool. Drilled studs, joists, plates, and cripples while using 1-1/8″ ship auger bit. First impressions: WOW! Secondly: WOW, Ok seriously this is a really nice tool. Drilled approximately about 30 holes on a fully charged battery. This drill absolutely without question is a must have for electricians. Where it worked out the best for me was drilling joists for cans and ceiling lights. After using chorded Milwaukee hole hawg most of my career, I had my doubts. I tried using m18 drill/driver in the past, and to much disappointment; Fail. So with that kinda thinking I tried this, and yes I know ship auger bits pull hard, but we had an open house at our local electrical supply house, and the Milwaukee rep was there with this tool. He had doubled up some 2×4’s, let me get my bit. Well, you can imagined how it went since I bought it the next day. This thing is soooooo much lighter than corded hogs, and a lot easier to handle. The batteries won’t let it bind up on you and throw you.

… using it to drill threw joists it work out like champ well worth the money makes job easier and …

 on May 23, 2015
By kenney burris
this drill right here is the business with the quick release and I also bought quick release extention for I did a repipe with this drill using it to drill threw joists it work out like champ well worth the money makes job easier and faster with great equipment
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