Model # 1663-20

Internet #203396503

Milwaukee 1/2 in. 115-450 RPM Long Handle Compact Drill
0045242001842

Discontinued Milwaukee

1/2 in. 115-450 RPM Long Handle Compact Drill

  • Powerful 7 Amp motor
  • Heavy duty 1/2 in. keyed chuck
  • Includes 8 ft. quik-lok cord

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The 7 amp motor on this Milwaukee long-handle compact drill will maintain its RPM even under changing loads. Perfect for mixing material where density may fluctuate, this two-handled 1/2 in. drill automatically responds to resistance without interruption. Extra-long handles provide stability for high-torque jobs, including large-hole drilling. The Milwaukee 1663-20 is a versatile drilling machine built with a triple gear chain for superior reliability.

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Name 1/2 in. 0-500 RPM D-Handle Drill 1/2 in. 115-450 RPM Long Handle Compact Drill 7.5 Amp 1/2 in. Hole Hawg Drill Kit with Case 3/4 in. 350 RPM Long Handle Large Drill
Brand Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee
Ratings (2) (2) (6) (2)
Chuck Size 1/2 In. 1/2 In. 1/2 In. 3/4 In.
Power Tool Features No Additional Features No Additional Features Case Included No Additional Features
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
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Do you offer a military discount for this product?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi Austin, Thanks for asking! For assistance with a military discount, please contact our Customer Care department at 1-800-430-3376 (merchandise) or 1-800-455-3869 (appliances). A phone representative will be able to further assist you with your order.
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Date published: 2015-09-17
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1/2 in. 115-450 RPM Long Handle Compact Drill is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a cadillac. I am a professional residential electrician. I drill a LOT of holes in wood. This is the first drill in 17 years that if used correctly, will not hurt me. So far. The speed control is like a power control also, so that if you are drilling in naily wood you just turn it down some. The leverage advantage of the longer handle is enormous. Awesome tool!
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Trouble getting started I purchased a Milwaukee 1663-20 drill for drilling 1 inch holes 12 inches deep in 100+ tree stumps. This was to add chemicals to decay the stumps. Each stump needed a hole about every 4 inches so there were several hundred holes to drill. Other drills were tried but none of them could provide the continuous high torque needed to turn the self-feeding auger. The 1660-20 has the torque to drill for hours without heating up. My initial usage was not good. When drilling the first hole the auger drilled in about 5 inches and the hole loaded up with shaving. This created a lot of torque. When the drill was reversed to disengage the self-feeding auger and clear the hole there was a pop and the chuck came off the drill. The screw that retains the chuck had broken. This was within the first 20 seconds of using the drill for the first time. Not impressed. Called Milwaukee and they instructed me on how to reattach the chuck and sent a new retaining screw. Since reattaching the chuck and replacing the retaining screw several hundred holes have been drilled without a problem. Looks like the drill is going to work after the initial problem.
Date published: 2015-01-27
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