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Milwaukee 2416-20 M12 FUEL Lithium-Ion 5/8 in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (Tool Only)

  • Milwaukee 2416-20 M12 FUEL Lithium-Ion 5/8 in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (Tool Only)
  • Note: Battery & Charger sold separately
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The M12 FUEL 5/8 in. SDS-Plus Rotary Hammer Kit provides up to twice run-time, up to 75 percent more speed and has the largest SDS-Plus bit capacity in its class. Milwaukee has combined their exclusive POWERSTATE brushless motor, REDLITHIUM battery pack, and REDLINK PLUS intelligence to deliver a 12V rotary hammer that rivals compact 18V tools on the market today. At only 10 in. long and 3.9 lb., this tool provides performance and run time that is comparable to a much larger tool, at a fraction of the size and weight. The electro pneumatic design allows for drilling of up to 5/8 in. holes in concrete and masonry. For maximum versatility, regardless of application or orientation, the tool also features 2-mode Operation, Rotary Hammer and Hammer-only.
Features:
  • Redlink Intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • 2-Mode operation lets the user choose from rotary hammer or rotation only for maximum versatility
  • Electro-pneumatic mechanism drills up to 5/8 in. holes in poured concrete and masonry
  • Compact, lightweight design allows you to work comfortably in tight spaces and all day
  • Powerful 12V motor delivers 0 - 900 RPM and 0 - 6,200 BPM for superior performance
  • LED Light illuminates the work surface
  • Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools
Includes:
  • M12 FUEL Cordless Lithium-Ion 5/8 in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (Tool Only) - 2416-20
  • Tool Only - Battery and Charger Sold Separately
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Specifications

Series: FUEL
Cordless: Yes
Length: 8.5 in.
Width: 3.25 in.
Height: 10.5 in.
Weight: 3.7 lbs.
Batteries Included: 0
Battery System: M12
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Blows Per Minute(BPM): 0-6200
Bluetooth Compatibility: No
CSA Safety: Yes
Case Included: No
Charge Time: 1 Hour
Charger Included: No
Chuck Size: 5/8 in
Chuck Type: SDS-Plus
ETL Safety: Yes
Handle Type: D
Motor Type: Brushless
No-Load Speed (RPM): 0-900
Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Cordless
UL Safety: Yes
Voltage: 12V
Wifi compatibility: No

Recommendations

Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (4)
No, I would not recommend this to a friend (1)
Pros
Powerful (3)
Easy To Use (2)
Value (1)
Lightweight (1)
Cons
Not Durable (1)
Heavy (1)
Lack of Power (1)
Loud (1)
Best Uses
Home Repair (1)
Great tool
It's a great and powerful light weight tool.
Just suggest that would be fine if it has a clip for belt
September 3, 2019
Originally posted at
Packs a punch for its size.
I can drill 1/4” anchor holes all day and 1/2” anchor holes almost all day with this tool. Lightweight, but robust. This is a contractor-grade tool without the mass.
September 2, 2019
Originally posted at
Not bad for only 12v
Very surprised that it did as well as it did for 12 volt. Very light. Pretty quick charge.
Downside was only one battery as opposed to competitors and no bits. Batteries not cheap and you will have to buy an extra right off the bat.
September 1, 2019
Originally posted at
I would buy this again
Strong dependable long lasting very light .i recommend the tool
September 1, 2019
Originally posted at
The right tool for limited number of holes
Pros:
-Not limited by power (when used correctly
-Lightweight, easily portable
-Can be used one-handed
-Well-balanced

Cons:
-Eats through batteries
-Not forgiving of pushing too hard (cuts out)
-No non-rotating hammer mode

I install drive through machines in banks which require them to be anchored into the concrete curb islands. I used to use my normal hammer drill, and it would take me something like 3 minutes per hole and the bit would be worn out by the end of the job (Bosch Daredevil concrete bits, not even the cheap ones). Some islands are fresh basic concrete, some are old chert-filled security concrete from the 30's, and some definitely put up more of a fight.

I got this rotary hammer prior to an especially big install requiring twenty-two 3/8" holes in new concrete down to about an inch. I think I had them all drilled in 5 minutes. The right tool for the job sure makes a difference. I used about 2/3 of the included 4.0 Ah battery to do so.

The tendency, at least at first until you get used to it, is to lean on the back of the drill to put as much load into the concrete as possible. This overheats the battery and the motor and results in the drill turning itself off for a moment. If you just hold it steady, the tool will do the work for you and you don't end up exhausted.

At 5/8" hammer stroke length, this is not the fastest drill of its type, and combined with the relatively short battery life, especially in harder or older concrete, lends this tool more for specific and sporadic use, rather than for making a foundation slab into Swiss cheese all day. It fits about the same niche as all the other M12 lineup, perfectly functional tools that trade a little raw performance for light weight, compact size, and usability. It only weighs a little more than a normal high power hand drill, and is balanced well enough to be used one-handed if necessary. The vibrations from the tool, while loud enough to warrant ear protection, are not so severe your hands go numb by the time the battery is dead. It's an uneventful tool to use.

The last thing I would mention is I often miss the ability to use this as a power chisel. The lack of a non-rotary mode comes to mind relatively frequently every time I need to level a rough spot on the curb island or knock a big hold in brick. This would be an ideal tool for chisel work on top of a ladder, but I end up resorting to standard SDS drill bits and doing my best to poke enough holes I can chisel around them by hand. I don't understand the complexity of adding that third mode, but it would absolutely be worth more money to me.
September 1, 2019
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Exactly what I was looking for
Small, powerful and does what it’s asked to do. Highly recommend
September 1, 2019
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Nice compact rotary hammer
Light weight, for low diameter drill, excellent quality, it's a nice tool to have.
September 1, 2019
Originally posted at
I would buy again.
I'm a plumber and need to drill hole's in tile when setting fixtures, being cordless, light and well build makes my job easier, and faster. Great tool added to my Milwaukee tool collection.
September 1, 2019
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Awesome addition to my tools
Use it for brick and concrete drilling. It handles a 1” hole fairly well. 1/4” holes are a breeze.
September 1, 2019
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This is a commercial grade product
I was very surprised on how well this worked. It is more powerful than a 20 volt hammer drill. Great job to the Milwaukee team.
September 1, 2019
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Questions & Answers

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I see hammer and hammer rotation. And I see rotation only and hammer rotation. Which one is correct?
Thanks,
Steve
Steve on Feb 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Steve,

Rotation only means the chuck spins left to right or right to left in an oscillation like a drill. Hammer rotation means that the chuck rotates and also pushes in and out, like a hammer. Hammer only means the chuck moves up and down but no rotation.
I usually use a cordless hammer drill for small tapcons, (3/16 or 1/4 by 1 3/4 inches) but I was wondering if this would be a faster/easier option or if it's just overkill to get this.
Brian on May 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the SDS rotary hammer would be a faster/easier option

New Vs. Reconditioned

What's the difference between New and Factory-Reconditioned?

Factory-Reconditioned products have been returned to the manufacturer and are restored to like-new operating condition; they go through a rigorous testing and inspection process. Plus, they offer a significant savings vs. new.
  • Reconditioned products may have minor cosmetic blemishes or scratches that do not affect item performance.
  • Reconditioned products may not come with all of the consumables the new version comes with (bits, sanding pads/papers, cases, etc.).
  • Both come with a manufacturer warranty and are covered by our Money Back Guarantee; New is 30 days, Reconditioned is 120 days.
Condition: New Factory Reconditioned
Features: Same Same
Specs: Same Same
Includes: M12 FUEL Cordless Lithium-Ion 5/8 in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (Tool Only) - 2416-20,
Tool Only - Battery and Charger Sold Separately
M12 FUEL Cordless Lithium-Ion 5/8 in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer (Tool Only) - 2416-80,
Tool Only - Battery and Charger Sold Separately
Availability: In Stock In Stock
Warranty: 5 Year 1 Year