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M18 FUEL ONE-KEY 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver (Tool-Only)

$21900
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  • POWERSTATE Brushless Motor Provides Up To 60% More Power
  • Compact 6.9" Length For Best Access & Reduced Fatigue
  • Fully compatible with the M18 system, featuring over 200+ tools
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2 in. Hammer Drill with ONE-KEY is the industry's most powerful hammer drill, delivering Up To 60% More Power, is Up To 1.5 in. Shorter Length and delivers Up To 2X Faster Speed Under Heavy Load. The POWERSTATE Brushless Motor produces 1,200 in./lbs. of torque and 2,000 RPMs providing users with fast drilling through demanding applications. At 6.9 in. L, this is the most compact hammer drill in its class, giving users better access in tight spaces. REDLINK PLUS Intelligence tool technology allows for maximum performance while protecting the drill from overloads, heating, and over-discharge. The M18 REDLITHIUM Battery Packs (not included) deliver more work per charge and more work over the life of the packs than competitors. The best-in-class all-metal ratcheting chuck provides increased bit strength and corrosion resistance. With ONE-KEY, users gain the ability to Customize, Track and Manage their tool. Anti-Kickback technology increases user control in bind-up situations and reduces unwanted shut-downs, with the added benefit of sensitivity control and ability to turn on and off based on application. If the tool is ever lost or stolen, its tracking functionality can lock it out to protect the investment.
  • Up to 60% more power: 1,200 in./lbs. of torque
  • REDLINK PLUS intelligence: ensures optimal performance and provides overload protection to prevent damage to the tool and battery during heavy applications while still maintaing compatibility across the entire M18 system
  • M18 REDLITHIUM XC5.0 battery pack: delivers more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitors
  • ONE-KEY compatible: ability to customize, track, and manage tools for increased productivity and protection of users investment
  • LED on foot of tool for better lighting in dark spaces
  • Compatible with all M18 batteries
  • Includes: M18 FUEL 1/2 in. hammer drill with ONE-KEY (tool only) (2806-20), side handle, belt clip, bit holder
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Ratings
(122)
(68)
(580)
(705)
Cordless/ CordedCordlessCordlessCordlessCordless
Voltage (volts)18181818
Power Tool FeaturesKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Mobile App Integrated,Variable SpeedKeyless Chuck,LED Light,Variable SpeedLED Light,Variable Speed
Chuck TypeKeylessKeylessKeylessHex
Chuck Size1/2 In.1/2 In.1/2 In.1/4 In.
Motor TypeBrushlessBrushlessBrushlessBrushless
Battery Amp HoursNo BatteryNo Battery3 Ah
Voltage (v)18v
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.61 in
Product Height (in.)
11.38 in
Product Width (in.)
8.66 in

Details

Battery Amp Hours
No Battery
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
18-volt
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Blows per Minute (BPM)
32000
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Chuck Size
1/2 In.
Chuck Type
Keyless
Color Family
Red
Condition
New
Cordless Tool Type
Hammer Drill
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Drill/ Driver Type
Hammer Drill/ Driver
Included
Belt Clip,Bit Holder,Blade(s)
Maximum Speed (RPM)
2000 RPM
Motor Type
Brushless
Number of Total Batteries Included
0
Power Tool Features
Keyless Chuck,LED Light,Mobile App Integrated,Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
4.64 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
18

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 83% recommend this product
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The best cordless tool in my inventory. Versatility, great power, one key technology enables owne...
The best cordless tool in my inventory. Versatility, great power, one key technology enables owners to keep track of each and every Milwaukee tool in this class. This set includes 2 batteries, the charger, a removable handle that works right or left handed, all in a very heavy duty carry case. Everything you'd expect from Milwaukee and nothing less. I own a number of very old Milwaukee corded tools probably 30 to 40 years. Not long ago I loaned out my corded hammer drill. Some time after it's return I discovered it had a bent arbor. The drill still works fine but doesn't drill very straight anymore and due to it's age I couldn't locate a replacement arbor. I can still use it for less important jobs but needed something new for those requiring better precision. So this is what I ordered and believe me, nothing disappointing about it It easily has the power and torque of the corded model along with more speed and a wide range of adjustments that expand it's capabilities to pretty much any job. It will drill, hammer drill, run screws, remove or install a variety of bolts and more. I have a large variety of cordless tools (other brand) that are good reliable tools. But this is a far superior product in every way.
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Can I just write WOW a thousand times. Milwaukee has never ever disappointed me. There eye for de...
Can I just write WOW a thousand times. Milwaukee has never ever disappointed me. There eye for detail at times is a bit much, but there quality control is unmatched in my book. Drill is compact, strong, and the battery charges really quickly, nice. I was very satisfied with drill, as I always am with Milwaukee products, have been for awhile now. Will buy again.
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This is the Milwaukee 2806-22 One-Key 1/2” Hammer Drill kit. The kit includes the hammer drill, t...
This is the Milwaukee 2806-22 One-Key 1/2” Hammer Drill kit. The kit includes the hammer drill, two 5.0Ah batteries, charger, side handle, and molded carrying case. A bit holder and belt clip come pre-installed. As far as I can tell, this tool is exactly the same as the 2804 hammer drill, but with One-Key built-in (and costs about $50 more for a similar kit with the 2804, i.e., the 2804-22). The pre-installed battery has a plastic strip that must be removed before the battery can actually power the tool (I’ve never seen this before on Milwaukee tools, but this is my first One-Key, so that must be why). It also has a big STOP label attached informing you that you must activate the tool before you can use One-Key to track and secure it (see Photo 1). Don’t try and just pull out the plastic strip—you need to remove the battery first (see Photo 2). To test the hammer drill, I installed my 18” long, 1" auger bit (Milwaukee 18-13-6000, which is an older version of the current bit, which is 48-13-6000) to drill down the length of a 4x6 (both on speed 1 and speed 2). It had no trouble with this, even on the faster speed, which has less torque than the low speed. The drill was equally proficient at drilling holes with a 5/16” masonry bit into some 20-odd year old concrete. When using the drill, you can just feel the raw power this thing has. It’s impressive. I’m new to One-Key, so I had to read-up on what it’s capable of and how to use it. The manual suggests you check out milwaukeetool.com/one-key to learn about this. In general, One-Key lets you manage your tool inventory, track where your tools are, and customize the three mode settings on the tool. Once I had the app installed, I played around with it for over an hour to become familiar with how it works. It was not always intuitive and took me some time to figure out. If you’re new to One-Key, you first need to load the app on your phone (for Android, go to Google Play, for Apple, go to AppStore). Once installed you tap Get Started and either create an account, or, if you already have a Milwaukee account (perhaps you registered a tool in the past), you can sign in with that account info. To add your new tool (be sure your phone’s Bluetooth is on), from the Inventory screen, tap +, press the trigger on the tool to wake it up, and then follow the screen prompts. After the tool is added, you can add additional info, or do it later. Note that, if you use the same log-in credentials you used for registering other Milwaukee tools, those tools will also show up on the inventory screen. I thought that was cool. An interesting thing, I thought, is that, when you select your One-Key tool from the Inventory screen, and view the Item Detail screen, on the bottom there is Item Info. If you tap that, you see that status of the Coin Cell Battery. This made me curious, so I looked at the bottom of the tool where the battery mounts and noticed a small removable door (see Photo 3). I removed the cover and sure enough, there’s a small battery there (see Photo 4). The manual confirmed this on page 6—it’s a CR2032 and must power the Bluetooth circuitry. This must be how you can locate your One-Key tool, even if it doesn’t have a charged M18 battery installed—just guessing… Now that you have One-Key up and running, spend some time with it and you’ll discover how and where to enter the tools purchase info, value, service record, and so on. You can assign the tool to a Place, Person, and Division (note, at first I could not figure out how to assign a Place—there was no + icon on that page (the only thing you can do here is a search). Then I selected Places (on the bottom of the main screen). This let me add a location (e.g., Shop). Then “Shop” showed up when trying to assign a Place. You can do some really cool thing once your tool is connected (either select Nearby from the main screen, and then select your tool, or select CONNECT TO TOOL from the Item Detail screen). Now, under Universal Settings, you can set how long the LED work light stays on (15—default, 30, 60, Always On), brightness, anti-kickback control, clutch collar torque range, and On-tool reset. These settings apply to all three modes. If you go back a screen, you set the parameters for each individual mode. Mode 3 is set to not restrict the tool in any way (max speeds on both ranges and anti-kickback is disabled). Modes 1 and 2 have the speed set to lower than max and, Mode 1 has anti-kickback set to high, Mode 2 has anti-kickback set to Disabled. Overall, this is an impressive hammer drill and software system—even if it did take a little while to figure it all out. And note that, if you sign in to your account from the Milwaukee web site (milwaukeetool.com), and select One-Key under your name, you can manage your tools from a computer instead of you phone.
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Great tool. This is almost the same size and weight as the m12 Hammerdrill, minus the difference ...
Great tool. This is almost the same size and weight as the m12 Hammerdrill, minus the difference in the weight of the batteries One of the many projects this was used for was to drill a hole for a Tapcon to attach a basement cellar door. After struggling with an older non-fuel Milwaukee drill, this stepped up to the plate and made light work of the concrete. The one key works great, this product lost a star from me because personally I would like to have been able to simply adjust the torque by setting a min and max in/lbs as oppose to RPM's. I have used one key for my another power tool last year and One Key has come along way, as time goes on you live and learn and improve the apps and that is what Milwaukee has done here. The bit holder is great too, it is a little different than normal bit holders on drills, this is on the side and not in the front and the holder really held the bit more securely than others With One Key I was able to lock the tool, there is an led on the base where you change modes that will blink red when it is locked. You can adjust the length that the light stays on after you press the trigger, I believe the longest amount of time was 60 seconds. You can adjust the ramp up speed and the Anti Kick Control Also(Set to High, Med, Low and disable it all together) This is beneficial if to prevent it from binding up. So far it has worked well for me. I like that Milwaukee explains what the features are this time around, I know this was my issue with the app last year so its nice to know they listened and improve it in that manner
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Milwaukee does not disappoint. This drill feels powerful and durable even before you use it. It...
Milwaukee does not disappoint. This drill feels powerful and durable even before you use it. It feels great in the hand and sounds very powerful. I have had three other makes of drills but this Milwaukee is by far the Heaviest Dutiest that I have seen or used. I just happened to view a video where they took a similar Milwaukee drill/driver and another drill, (I was going to use the word competitor but it really was no competition:), that I will not name but he attached the two drills together using a hex bit and put them through the torture test. Very quickly the other drill began to smoke and quickly became inoperable. The Milwaukee came away without a scratch and worked like nothing happened. Nough said.
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5 Star Rating!
No problems from the start. Good torque and speed. I was concerned since I liked the previous model which is discontinued but once I used it... very happy
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Great tool.
Great tool, our techs regularly ask to turn in older models for FUEL brushless.
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Love it
Love the size, feel and balance. Great power.
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Excellent piece
Has worked great. Awesome piece. Will definitely buy more.
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M18 hammer drill
Nice having one key to be able to track, lock or fine tune tool. Lots of power
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