Model#: MILN48-32-4602

What are the different product conditions?

Brand new items;Full manufacturer warranty available
Manufacturer inspected, repaired and tested items; CPO 120 day money back guarantee
Open Box
New items with possible minor cosmetic damage; CPO 120 day money back guarantee
Returned items inspected, repaired and tested by CPO technicians; CPO 60 day money back guarantee

Milwaukee 48-32-4602 2 in. #2 Phillips Shockwave Power Bit (5-Pack)

new lower price
  • Milwaukee 48-32-4602 2 in. #2 Phillips Shockwave Power Bit (5-Pack)
Out of Stock
Want an email when it's back in stock?


Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty driver bits are engineered for extreme durability and up to 10x longer life. Made from proprietary steel and heat treated to control hardness, the Shockwave Impact Duty driver bits feature an innovatively designed geometric shock absorption zone to extend life. The forged tip allows for a secure grip and maximum contact eliminating stripping of slipping. Broadly targeting cordless users, the Shockwave Impact Duty accessory line is not only ideal for heavy duty impact applications, but delivers a full system solution for all the user's drilling and fastening needs.
  • Geometric design provides the shock absorption zone
  • Proprietary steel and heat treat process for maximum strength and durability
  • Forged tips for maximum grip
  • 2 in. #2 Phillips Shockwave Power Bit (5-Pack) - 48-32-4602


Diameter: 1/4 in.
Type: #2 Phillips



3.0 / 5.0
1 Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
Would you recommend?
No (1)
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Not sure what to think I've broken 3 of the bits under normal circumstances only putting self taping screws into 24gauge sheet metal. One of the bits broke on the second screw. I've also had problems with the shockwave 5/16" nut drivers busted half of the sidewall out on four bits. Using the 18 volt impact driver with all the bits, I know it's not the screws because I've used the same type and brand of screws for several years with the standard grade Milwaukee bits and broken screws...I guess in the future I'll save myself the money and keep buying the standard stuff.
December 29, 2012

Questions & Answers

Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
No questions have been asked about this item. Be the first!