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M12 12V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Driver/Impact Driver/Ratchet Combo Kit (3-Tool) w/ M12 Hackzall Reciprocating Saw

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  • Professional power and torque, compact and versatile size
  • Compact, lightweight design for superior control and versatility
  • Part of the M12 System, featuring over 100+ tools
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee M12 2-Tool Combo Kit includes the M12 3/8 in. Drill/Driver (2407-20) and the M12 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver (2462-20). The powerful compact cordless drill driver delivers 275 in./lbs. of torque - up to 25% more torque than the competition - and 0-400/0-1,500 RPM. The impact driver's high-performance motor gives users 0-2,500 RPM for increased fastening speed. The innovative M12 cordless lithium-ion system is designed to provide users with the power and torque required for professional applications, in a size that allows users to reach the tightest and toughest spaces. Both compact power tools are powered by REDLITHIUM batteries, providing users with unmatched power, speed, and tool belt portability. The M12 3/8 in. Ratchet delivers best-in-class power, speed, and durability for sub-compact tools. The cordless ratchet wrench is ideal for auto mechanics, maintenance and repair professionals looking for maximum performance and productivity in a subcompact cordless tool. It utilizes a powerful 12V motor to produce up to 35 ft./lbs. of torque and 250 RPM, giving users the power and speed of a pneumatic ratchet without the air hose. The Cordless HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw features a compact and lightweight design for superior control and versatility in tight spaces. The saw is equipped with a powerful motor, delivers up to 3000 SPM and a 1/2 in. stroke length for fast cutting. You can use this saw to cut through a wide range of material, such as drywall, wood and PVC.
  • Drill/driver delivers up to 275 in./lbs. of torque
  • Drill/driver's on-board battery fuel gauge displays remaining run time
  • Drill/driver features new ergonomic handle design for increased comfort
  • Drill/driver features metal ratcheting chuck for maximum durability
  • Impact driver's Milwaukee impact mechanism delivers 1,000 in./lbs. of torque
  • Impact driver delivers 0 RPM to 2,500 RPM for increased fastening speed
  • Impact driver has new ergonomic handle design for increased comfort
  • Impact driver has on-board battery fuel gauge displays remaining run time
  • Ratchet delivers superior fastening speed: produces 250 RPM, with variable-speed trigger for greater control
  • Hackzall's variable-speed trigger allows for a controlled cut
  • Includes: one contractor bag, one M12 3/8 in. drill/driver (2407-20), one M12 1/4 in. hex impact driver (2462-20), two M12 REDLITHIUM CP 1.5 Ah battery pack (48-11-2401), one M12 lithium-ion battery charger (48-59-2401), one M12 3/8 in. ratchet (2457-20), one M12 Hackzall Reciprocating Saw (2420-20)
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Battery Power TypeLithium IonCharger IncludedCharger Included
Color FamilyRedConditionNew
Cordless Tool TypeCombo KitCordless/CordedCordless
IncludedBelt Clip,Tool BagMotor TypeBrushed
Number of Tools (Bonus Tool Not Included)3Number of Total Batteries Included2
Power Tool FeaturesKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Sub-Compact,Variable SpeedReturnable90-Day
Tools IncludedDrill,Impact Driver,One-Handed Reciprocating Saw,Ratchet

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsCSA Listed,ETL Listed,UL ListedManufacturer Warranty5 Year Tool Warranty & 2 Year warranty on Batteries

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
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  • 92%recommend this product
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This tools is very handy makes my work so easy
This is a great deal to get so if u thinking about getting it don’t think just go get it
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  • Recommended
Well-designed and useful.
Very pleased overall. I expected it to be cumbersome and difficult to use, but the variable speed throttle is well calibrated to make it easy to control. It doesn’t have the brute force of an impact, but it does a great job for ~90% of what I use a normal ratchet for. I wish I bought this sooner.
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    Easy to use out of the box! Wonderful addition to...
    Easy to use out of the box! Wonderful addition to my Milwaukee collection of tools!
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    Mostly boat work.
    Fantastic product for working on boats. light weight and plenty of power to get most jobs done in tight quarters
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    • Recommended
    1 found this review helpful
    Jammed Up
    Tool jammed up so the blade cannot be removed. The release collar is supposed to turn freely to release the blade but it completely jammed up and now the tool is junk! Of course it is outside the warranty period cutoff.
    Response from Milwaukee ToolJun 24, 2021
    Hello Greg, this is Sarah with Milwaukee. I apologize for your experience with our products and appreciate that you took the time to bring this to our attention. We would like the opportunity to investigate your feedback further. Please could you contact us at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com? We’ll work with you to resolve any issues as quickly as possible.
      worth it for the price
      For what it cost (99.99) at the time (6/2021) its worth it. Perfect for removing interior bolts and/or drilling sheet metal. I have not drilled anything over 1/4 dia so i a not sure how it will work with a bigger drill. But compared to others overall I love it
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        2 found this review helpful
        these tools will withstand anything you put them through, I...
        these tools will withstand anything you put them through, I use several different models and they never let me down
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        2 found this review helpful
        Milwaukee M12 3/8 ratchet
        Milwaukee M12 3/8 ratchet I'm in love with the M12 line of tools Milwaukee nailed it with this tool tough as heck and very compact could come with a battery or be cheaper
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          2 found this review helpful
          Great for light-duty jobs but nothing medium or heavy duty like framing 2x4s with big drill bits
          I bought this combo kit and was super excited. I put on a 3/4" pilot-tipped spade bit and began drilling through a 2x4 top plate in my house use the 1 speed setting for control/safety. The drill tapped the spade pilot tip in just fine. Then, the moment the spade hit, it began to bog down and smoke came out the back in seconds. I could see the smoke in my headlamp in the attic. I immediately stopped and let the drill cool down so I didn't do further damage. I was applying no pressure and let the pilot tip do the work. I backed off the moment the drill bound up. I've used dozens of drills in my life as a career engineer and also as a handyman. This light-duty drill wasn't up to the job to tackle drilling holes in 2x4s for electrical work. Then, I tried the Milwaukee with a 3/4" pilot-tipped auger bit and the same thing happened. The drill ran out of torque in moments. I applied zero pressure, only letting the weight of the drill do the pushing. I didn't even get through the first of 3 of the 2x4s (thick top plate) and the battery read 2 out of 4 battery dots. I made sure to go really slow and apply no pressure, stopping and backing out the moment the drill got stopped. I have a dozen holes I need to drill. I'll never get the job done at this rate and will likely kill the otherwise Milwaukee nice drill. I switched to my cheap corded Ryobi 3/8" drill, using the same pilot & auger bits, on the top plate. It bogged down a bit but didn't give up. It blew through the 2x4 in moments with both the spade and auger bits. This is a nice light-duty 3/8" drill but it won't get the job done with 2x4s and pilot-tipped (screw) spade and auger bits bigger than 5/8", though safer with 1/2" spade bits. That's a big maybe because the drill slows down a lot once it gets to 2/4 battery dots, letting the bits get jammed. Bigger pilot-tipped bits are too aggressive for this drill. If you use standard, non-pilot tipped spade bits, it'll be okay up to 5/8" knowing you won't get many holes done. I tested and tested - the pilot tip pulls the bit in too hard for the 3/8" Milwaukee with zero weight applied to the drill. You can see in the picture where the Milwaukee drill runs out of power using a stubby auger bit. The other holes were made with my corded drill with various bits with very little bog-down. I've never tried pilot-tipped bits until now - wow do they get the job done fast with a drill with real power. They're too much for this drill. I tried basic metal and other drill tasks and this one works just fine. Just not for drilling bigger holes in framing 2x4s. Clearly this has to be my mistake - I expected way too much and it's probably not fair to use anything past a 1/2"-5/8" pilot-tipped spade & auger bits with a 3/8" Milwaukee drill. I'm going to try the 1/2" drill brushless Milwaukee model instead. I don't have time to stop, back out, and recharge for this job and hope the drill doesn't smoke.
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            5 found this review helpful
            compare M12 or vs M18 drill driver/ impact driver
            OK after 2 yrs of owning both I will hopefully steer you in the right direction. First off I want to say I bought the m12 set. It was super light, fast and stood up to everything I put in front of it. And for the price this was a no brainer. Extremely happy. I thought this was it. Then I bought the M18 for my cabin work. Wow, Can Milwakee make a better driver set then the M12? Yes, the M18. The main pro is the drill does not go into impact mode as quickly or often as the M12 has too. If you are unfamiliar with impact mode it is a loud banging noise that helps the drill get more torque to drill/drive screws. My daughters are always yelling at me when i'm doing projects in the home renovation when the impact mode kicks in and it is so loud. The second biggest pro of the M18, that i did not think about, was that you can stand your drill and impact driver on the ground. with th M18 you have to lay it on it side. This was a big inconvenience was I was framing in basement walls. Bottom line, If you have the money I would not hesatate to buy both sets. Instead of switching out drill bits I just switch out drills. The M12 set you can get for $99 bucks on fathers day. But, if you are only going with one set, buy the M18. Don't cheap out on this one get the m18 and never look back.
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