Milwaukee 2707-22 M18 FUEL HOLE HAWG Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Right Angle Drill Kit (5 Ah)Model: miln2707-22
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Product Features & specs :
Milwaukee 2707-22 M18 FUEL HOLE HAWG Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Right Angle Drill Kit (5 Ah)
- POWERSTATE brushless motor provides constant power under heavy load to complete holes faster than corded drills.
- All-Metal keyed chuck offers maximum durability and bit retention
- On-board chuck key holder for added convenience
- REDLINK PLUS Intelligence ensures optimal performance and overload protection to prevent damage to the tool or battery during heavy applications
- M18 FUEL Cordless Lithium-Ion HOLE HAWG 1/2 in. Right Angle Drill - 2707-20
- (2) M18 REDLITHIUM XC5.0 18V 5.0 Ah Extended Capacity Battery Pack - 48-11-1850
- M18 and M12 Multi-Voltage Charger - 48-59-1812
- Chuck Key
- Contractor Bag
8 months ago
Recently bought the M18 Hole Hawg and 9.0 batteries to use with Big Hawg bits. I have a wide variety of FUEL tools and they are very convenient but I wouldn’t say anything was “revolutionary” in its function. Until now. The effortlessness required to make holes with this combo (and I don’t say this hyperbolically,) is mind blowing. And the little extra time to remove the plug (if it doesn’t fall out on its own) is a price gladly paid.
I don’t care for the raised handle, and it was removed before the first hole was drilled. That saves space in tight fits, and I prefer a hand-on-the-tool connection. The weight, speed, and power in relation to the cutting surfaces of Big Hawg bits is optimal. When the tool does bind, power is automatically cut to the motor.
One thing the drill lacks, and one thing the bits lack:
Why doesn’t the drill have a rafter hook? It’s good enough for a circular saw and Sawzall, and this tool cries out for one as much if not more than the others. There’s no excuse why this is lacking.
The Big Hawg arbor is marketed as “quick change” but it isn’t, nor is anything else requiring a tool. Why hasn’t Milwaukee added its seemingly solid-built, real quick change 7/16” arbor (49-56-7240) to the Big Hawg line?
That said, more than any other Milwaukee tool I’ve ever used (and their pipe cutters come a distant second,) I want to thank the engineers who designed the M18 “Hawg” system.
My house was built in 1954 and the existing wood is very hard and this hole hawg goes through it like butter. The weight and balance are great and the torque is very easy to control.
Great job Milwaukee!
Q & A :
Unfortunately, this item is not available with a hard case
The warranty period for V28, M12 and M18 Li-Ion Battery Packs is two (2) years from the date of purchase. XC M18 Battery packs carry a (3) year warranty. The warranty period for Ni-Cd Battery Packs, Flashlights, Radios, and Professional Hoists (lever, chain, and electric) is one (1) year from the date of purchase.
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