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Bare Tool Milwaukee 0881-20 18-Volt V18 1/4-Inch Hex Impact Driver Kit (Tool Only, No Battery)


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  • Features the highest torque in its class at 1400 inches-per-pound
  • Speed of 2,600 RPM with 3,200 impacts per minute
  • Includes a built in LED light
  • Chuck is 1/4-inch hex
  • Best paired with Milwaukee's 18-volt Li-ion batteries
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Technical Details
Part Number 0881-80
Product Dimensions12.3 x 9.5 x 3.5 inches
Item model number0881-20
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Voltage18
Included Componentsbattery
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeLithium Ion
Warranty Description5 Years
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WICYJU
Best Sellers Rank #363,246 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 29, 2006
  
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Product Description

Includes 18V Cordless V18 1/4-in Impact Driver (Tool Only) - 0881-80, Tool Only - Battery and Charger Sold Separately

From the Manufacturer

The Milwaukee 0881-20 V18 impact driver kit is designed to meet the professionals' needs for power and durability. Milwaukee's V18 impact driver deploys a full-size motor and all-metal mechanism that delivers the highest torque in the compact impact driver category. As a result, the V18 impact driver packs more power and run-time than any competition. With a category-leading torque and superior lithium-ion manganese battery technology, Milwaukee's V18 impact driver outperforms all competitive impact drivers in terms of speed and battery run-time when used with Milwaukee V18 Li-ion batteries. The 0881-20 V18 hex impact driver features the highest torque in its class at 1400 in.-lbs. This tool has less weight than larger high-torque impact drivers and more torque than the smaller lightweight impact drivers. Milwaukee has taken the best of both and put it into one package. This is the tool only.

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Bulb Voltage
18

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a typical Milwaukee tool.
Stephen Cunningham
This model of tools seems to be far superior to the newer Milwaukee cordless tools that have a smaller battery.
gb93433
Great for driving Tapcon screws into concrete walls or slabs.
Frank

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mark A. Sutherland on December 19, 2007
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I find that this driver is excellent for driving larger fasteners such as lag bolts and larger machine threaded types. The time to set a 5/16 X 3" lag bolt is approx. 25% less than a new model lithium makita (MK-L140-A) and 20% less than Dewalt. By design it is not going to be so good for #2 phillips screws. (The torque applied before impact action begins is higher than makita or dewalt). This is a good thing when drilling holes or using larger fasteners, but not so good for smaller screws. It is a lot bigger and heavier than either brand as well. Simply put it is excellent in it's class of heavier impact drivers but don't expect it to be as light and small as the other two brands. The led is not so well designed. If you use a 2" bit in it, you will be working in the shadow of the nose of the drill, also it does not have a time delay built into it as does the Makita driver
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Cunningham VINE VOICE on August 20, 2008
This is a typical Milwaukee tool. It is stout! I have several other 18 volt 1/4" hex impact drivers, but I wasn't prepared for this one. The first time I used it to tighten 7/16 nuts on 1/4" bolts it sheared off the first one instantly. I thought hmmm, must have been a soft one. I went a little easier on the following bolts and had no further trouble. A couple weeks later I tried to remove the nuts. I was very surprised, I had to use my longest box end wrench to get them to turn, they felt like they were welded in place. I am sure they had stretched. I don't remember ever in my life having to use so much force to loosen a nut on a 1/4" bolt. I am pretty sure it would have taken less effort to just tighten them and break them off.

I loaned this tool to a friend of mine who built a 24 x 24 deck using composite deck boards with joists on 12" centers. He used it for 5 days on the original battery charge driving about half of the over 1200 stainless steel hold down screws. With the Lithium Ion battery this thing is the energizer bunny of impact drivers. I continue to be very impressed with it. The only drawback I can see is due to its tremendous power it can be real hard on bits and screws if you aren't paying close attention to what you are doing with it. It can break just about anything you touch with it without even working hard. This tool needs to be used with restraint. I love it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By JD on January 5, 2009
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I bought this impact driver thinking I was only gonna use it for lag screws in a deck we are building. I was wrong, this thing does almost everything my Milwaukee 18 volt hammer drill does, but better and stronger. Because it uses torque to drive fasteners, nuts, screws, etc, it rarely strips, or skips the screw head. Also you can use little to no pushing force to drive fasteners, where with the regular drill you often had to position your hand on the back and push with it or risk stripping the screw head. It is great in tight places where you can't use two hands, like on a ladder, or under a deck. I haven't used it for drilling holes yet, but I look forward to. The only draw back would be that it only has a 1/4 hex chuck which doesn't accept all types of drivers. Sometimes you have to buy adapters to use all your drivers, vs a regular chuck which would have been more practical, but might have slipped under force.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By darek jansen on July 10, 2008
This is my first impact driver, and I will say that they are very impressive. Drives screws in 1/2 the time, and even helps suck the two boards together (which isn't always easy without reversing the screw first). Medium lags are no problem (didn't try any larger ones). There aren't a lot of extras; the LED light works well and the spare bit clips are typical.

Like all my other Milwaukee power tools, this one seems well built and comfortable. Forward/reverse switch is exactly where it should be (like their drills) and the trigger pull is smooth. And the lithium v18 batteries are fantastic.

A belt clip would be nice. And I expected it to be a bit lighter; feels just like their drill/hammer drill, but that's no big deal.

I purchased this one b/c I already had Milwaukee v18 tools (for over 7 years now... VERY happy with them) and didn't want more/different batteries laying around.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By OnTheWeb on April 27, 2008
I've owned and used other impact drivers like the Makita 12v, Makita 18v, Craftsman 14.4v and others. The battery lifes vary, but they all do a fine job with screws, not so much with lags. The LED's are useful in dark areas and the impacting action saves strain on your wrist.

The Milwaukee 18v is a bigger, heavier-duty tool as the one reviewer said. Its not for delicate work and does not have a clutch. At 1,400 in/lbs of torque, it makes it the strongest in the 18v cordless range. Its does a great job driving 2-1/2 to 3" deck screws, and lasts a long time even with the 2.4ah nicd batteries. Square drive bits are the way to go with an impact driver if using screws. If you buy junky brand screws, these impact drivers will snap them off easily.

The tool is well-balanced and incredibly powerful. Smaller lag sizes are no problem. Definitely a great tool to have for general purpose contracting or anyone that drives a lot of fasteners and is tired of having sore wrists from the twisting action that a big drill puts on on you. Definitely would buy the Milwaukee again.
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