Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 19
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheMoose Great quality at a fantastic price
For the average user this is one of those tools that can sit in your tool box for a while gathering dust,. but when you get one of those awkward jobs in a confined space it really becomes invaluable. I use it daily in my profession (electrician) and it has made my job much easier. It is a Milwaukee so the build quality is fantastic. This is a basic drill with no fancy bells or whistles. Which really aren't necessary for the purposes it was designed for. You get forward, reverse, torque settings and a built in light which is a great bonus when working in those dark dingy places that all tradesmen seem to end up in!!! This is the most compact 18v angle drill on the market at the moment and comes with the Milwaukee 5 year warranty, so you can't go wrong.
September 9, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by badger Needed Drill
The drill has a very poor speed control. Cannot keep it at a low speed or any speeds in between. It runs at all or nothing. Every thing else is what I have come to expect from a Milwaukee product. I also liked being able to use the same battery that is used io my other 18 volt tools.
March 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jas91301 Very bad ergonomics
I need Right angle drill for by cabinet business. I'm replacing a rt angle Makita with this 18 v Milwaukee.
The ergonomics of this drill are horrible. The fwd/reverse switch is NOT accessible when using the drill one handed. This is a deal breaker when installing hardware where frequent fwd/reverse cycles are needed to do adjustments. Further the switch is recessed and the resessed opening to the switch is too small to fit a thumb, so first contort your hand to push the switch with your thumb and find that it the switch only moved half way, which is to the lock position. So stop working, pull your hand and drill from the workspace and push the fwd/reverse switch with the index finger of your other hand! Two handed...Very frustrating and extremely slow.
I own lots of Milwaukee cordless tools and like them but this one is worthless to me and will be returned.
January 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BigHoss Right Angle Drill
We had a job coming up which required the use of a right angle drill and our old one, which was a different brand had reached its expiration date. After looking at various options I chose this model as we are set up with Milwaukee chargers and batteries already. The area in which we had to work was very limited, so this type of item was necessary. The product arrived in a timely manner and I was pleased with the overall look and feel. Upon arrival at the jobsite, we were quite disappointed however. The throat of this unit combined with the length of the drill bit far exceeded the room we had in which to work. Thankfully one of the other contractors on site had a corded version which required less room. While the tool is sturdy and heavy, it is quite large in size.
March 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DRB1 Great product for the price.
Product as described and delivered quickly by HD, usual Milwaukee high quality.
May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chuck best purshase, I use it more than my drill
it was just what I wanted and more powerful easy to use I have not found one thing to complain about
March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BlackRAM Greeat Drill
Bought this drill because I have always need to drill holes and install screws in very tight places. Before I had to use either a right angle adapter which didn't always work or drill holes on angles. This drill is small enough to get into tight places and accomplish the task. Remember this drill isn't a substitute for a large right angle drill that plumbers & electricians use and can't handle self-feed bits. It is a specialty tool for those hard to reach areas and won't take the place of a normal cordless drill in day to day use.
January 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIY2015inHB Fantastic Tool
Great addition to my tool set. It fits in all of the tight to reach areas a normal drill won't. Great for everything from working on cabinets to electrical in the attic. Being cordless just makes it that much more versatile.
February 3, 2015