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Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12-Volt Brushless 1/4 in. Hex 2-Speed Screwdriver (Tool-Only)
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M12 FUEL 12-Volt Brushless 1/4 in. Hex 2-Speed Screwdriver (Tool-Only)

  • Up to 10X longer motor life, 2X more power, and 2X more runtime
  • Built-in LED worklight illuminates work surfaces
  • Part of the M12 System, featuring over 70 tools
$119.00 /each

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Milwaukee's M12 FUEL Brushless 2-Speed Screwdriver (Tool-Only) delivers exceptional productivity in a compact size. The POWERSTATE Brushless Motor offers constant power output while still running cool with no wearable components. Powered by Milwaukee's REDLITHIUM battery pack (sold separately) providing more power and twice the recharges of standard lithium-ion batteries, your tool is conditioned for peak performance even in extreme job site conditions. The kit's compact size allows you to work easily in tight spots, while the built-in LED light offers visibility in dark or confined areas.

  • Includes 2402-20 M12 1/4 in. hex screwdriver and belt clip; battery and charger sold separately
  • POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers efficient, maintenance-free performance
  • Delivers up to 325 in. lbs. of peak torque for a variety of applications
  • Works with REDLITHIUM battery packs (batteries sold separately), which offer superior pack construction, electronics and performance
  • REDLINK PLUS intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • Onboard fuel gauge helps you monitor the charge more accurately for less downtime on the job
  • Compatible batteries: compact 1.5 Ah (48-11-2401), compact 2.0 Ah (48-11-2420), extra capacity 3.0 Ah (48-11-2402), extended capacity 4.0 Ah (48-11-2440)
  • Compatible chargers: M12/M18 multi-voltage (48-59-1812), M12 AC/DC (2510-20), M12 30-minute (48-59-2401)
  • 5-year limited warranty on tool
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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does it have a setting for drilling

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Yes, it's a drill labeled as a screwdriver because it has a hex head. If you have an M12 fuel compact drill, just buy a hex adapter and you get this.
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It has a clutch with 18 settings for driving fasteners, but also a setting that bypasses the clutch, for drilling. Note, you would need drills designed to work with the 1/4" quick-change chuck.
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January 17, 2014
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Yes. The 2402-20 Milwaukee® M12 FUEL™ 1/4" Hex 2-Speed Screwdriver has 2 speeds, designed for both drilling and driving.
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I would like to know how much torque is 18 position clutch on both speed?

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The max torque of this tool on setting 18 is 325 in-lbs.
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M12 FUEL 12-Volt Brushless 1/4 in. Hex 2-Speed Screwdriver (Tool-Only) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Milwaukee brushless 12volt screwdriver has a lot of torque, one thing that doesn't work well ... The Milwaukee brushless 12volt screwdriver has a lot of torque, one thing that doesn't work well the 1 inch. 1/4 hex bits some times fall out of the chuck. I have had the tool for about only 30 days works well with 2' bits.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from M12 Fuel 12 v screwdriver Excellent tool....!!!!! I recommend 100% , 2 speeds..!!!!
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice The original M12 screwdriver wasn't useful for much, but this Fuel version is a very capable tool, with its dual speed ranges and brushless motor. I still only use it for driving screws, as I already have the Fuel impact and hammer drill, but this is of comparable power. I bought this primarily for jobs where the noise of an impact would be less than appreciated, and it's already more than paid for itself in the short time I've owned it. Recommended!
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from M12 FUEL Rocks! I kinda remember tools with cords..... The M12 FUEL brushless motor tools are incredibly powerful for their size. I have quite a few. I bought this to replace my older standard M12 driver. Only reason I didn't rate 5 star is that the Fuel version is a bit heavier and larger than the original standard version. And your hand rides higher on the old version (more in line with the centerline of the bit). This is getting close in size to the M18 tools. I have quite a few M18 tools as well, and the idea of "smallest tool for the job" is best handled by the M12 Fuel. I rarely need to break out the M18s. I've had the other brands... sold them. A lot of the guys I work with have other brands, but I'm slowly seeing most people going to Milwaukee.
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from so far so good It's definitely more powerful and faster than its predecessor battery life remains about the same maybe a little worse overall I think it's the best in this category but you'll pay for the name. Good news is it doesn't clutch on drill mode like the previous 12v Milwaukee quick Chuck
Date published: 2013-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile and Handy Very handy, versatile tool to have beside you. I work as a mechanic so I'm using this for light and medium duty fastening jobs. Love it, I can switch from a low-low clutch setting for a small philips screw then quickly release with two fingers the chuck, slap in my 10mm 1/4" drive adapter, then put in a 3/8 drive adapter for a certain socket. It has 2 drive modes (drill and fasten), and 2 speeds making it very versatile. Very broad clutch range 0-18, and an all-out drill mode for hex drive drill bits. Stands well with the XC battery too. Only down sides I found was the size and 1 inch bit issue. This is as big as the FUEL drill and is quite wide. That being said theres some places a power tool shouldn't go but coming from a 9.2V Snap-on screwdriver it was quite a jump in over all size of the tool. And lastly it won't hold 1 inch bits (no waist). Not a big deal for me I have 2 inch bits.
Date published: 2013-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome driver! I have used it to install rain gutters, run romex and install windows I have also driven endless amounts of 3" screw with it no problem. It is very compact and light for the amount of power it has it almost replaces an 18 volt drill and is so much quieter then an impact.the only problem I have with it is that it does not accept one inch bits and it really should.
Date published: 2013-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You gotta try it to believe it. I install cable. So I mainly used an 18v impact driver to drive screws about 2 inches long. But I wanted something smaller and lighter. So I bought the most recent model m12 impact driver excluding the new fuel one. It was tiny and light but it wasn't as powerful as what I'm used to. It always got the job done but was vey loud and on some beams it would take a few second to drive each screw. Not a big deal but enough for me to consider the newer model. But after looking at videos it seems even that one lags a bit on driving screws. I don't need all that torque and I noticed the m12 fuel drill was much faster at driving screws. Even thought my 18v drill vs my 18v impact driver the impact was faster. So I saw this tool and thought I'll try it. It is even faster than the drill. And not much bigger than the impact driver. The main reason I originally wanted an impact was to speed up my job and I liked that it was smaller and lighter. In the end this little guy might be a bit slower at driving screws than the 18v impact drivers but at half the size if u count the battery pack. And it last as long or longer on a charge. And it's quiet and that comes in handy when your working in a house with a sleeping baby.
Date published: 2014-12-19
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