The Milwaukee M12 Cordless No-Hub Driver is specifically designed to quickly install no-hub couplings with accuracy and repeatability. The first of its kind in the industry, the 2455-220 is designed with specific torque settings for 60 and 80 in.-lbs. and can fasten up to 300 clamps on a single charge, and is proven to be accurate for up to 25,000 clamps before re-calibration. Charger Included No, Tool Length in. 7.5, Keyless Chuck Yes, Variable Speed Yes, Chuck Size in. 1/4 hex, Tool Weight lbs. 1.7, Side Handle No, Clutch Settings 2, Volts 12, Battery Included No, Reversible Yes, Max. Torque in.-lbs. 60, 80, Case Included No, Speed - No Load RPM 0-250/0-750. Tool only battery sold separately Compact, lightweight design to reduce user fatigue Auto shutoff w/ LED indicator alerts user that torque limit has been achieved LED calibration indicator alerts user when calibration is needed 25,000 cycles 0-750 RPM drill mode for increased utility for general drilling and fastening M12 Li-Ion battery pack delivers the power to fasten up to 300 steel clamps on a single charge battery not included
Average Customer Rating:
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Rating Summary(3 reviews)
3 of 3(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
This is the handiest tool I have in my inventory and I have a lot of tools. I use it constantly for driving drywall and wood screws and small lags. It is light weight, powerful and takes the work out of driving screws into any wook and especially in overhead or hard to reach locations. I recently used it to build a gas fireplace box out of 2X8 dimension lumber, 1X6 T&G pine and 1X6 dimension lumber for doors to my overhead attic in my workshop. It was especially useful for working overhead in installing end ceiling joists and studs in a raised rafter ceiling in my shop. The lithium ion batteries are small but provide power for extensive use. They also take little time to charge and hold their charge in storage for extened lengths of time. The tool has a wide ranges of companions that used the same charger and battery including a tubing cutter, ocillating cut-off tool, quick connect drill driver, drill driver with hand-tightening chuck, and a great cut-off saw. I have a 28 V Milwaukee drill driver and impact wrench and the 12 volt is my first choice in tools when I have a project to do.
I am fairly happy with the tool. I was hoping to use it as a drill/driver not just driver but it has a nice even torque to screw in they types of attachment screws I use. The torque adjustment is nice too. As a drill it is a little slow in rpm to quickly drill steel. It will do it though. If you need a drill at times get the drill driver. If you do a lot of construction with drywall or in metal with self tapping.. get the impact driver. The lightness is a relief over my 18 volt tools. The batteries recharge quickly This line of 12 volt tools will replace my 18 volt.
I use this impact driver daily as an automotive technician, breaks bolts loose you would never have thought possible with such a small light weight driver. Battery life is also great i use it for days before recharging the battery. I would recommend this tool to anyone.