|Item Weight||7.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.9 x 12.3 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||2410-22|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||5 Years|
Milwaukee 2410-22 M12 12-Volt 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver
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- 2-speed (0-1,500/0-400) all metal gear box, up to 35% faster drilling and fastening
- Delivers 250 in/lbs of torque
- 3/8-inch single sleeve ratcheting metal chuck, increased bit retention and durability
- Portable tool belt portable only 2-1/2 pounds and 7-3/8 inches
- Integrated LED and fuel gauge increases productivity and decreases frustration. There is a newer model of this item
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2-Speed (0-1,500/0-400) All Metal Gear Box provides up to 35% faster drilling/fastening and Milwaukee durability.
The 2410-22 offers a two-speed (0-1,500 and 0-400) durable metal gear box to provide up to 35 percent faster drilling and fastening than the competition. Its powerful motor delivers 250 in./lbs. of torque--25 percent more than comparable models--for fast, efficient results when driving most small fasteners, as well as the runtime of full-day driving without recharging.
Integrated LED and Fuel Gauge increase productivity and decreased frustration.
Also, the 2410-22 is easy to handle and hold, thanks to its lightweight and compact size. Measuring just 7-3/8 inches and weighing only 2.5 pounds, the 2410-22 is the perfect size for your tool belt and comfortable, all-day use.
For added convenience, and to ensure user-friendly operation, the 2410-22 features a clear, bright LED and an on-board fuel gauge so you'll always have power when you need it.
Reliable, long-lasting LITHIUM-ION power is just one part of a full feature set.
Cordless power frees you from the cost and waste of disposable batteries and the hassle of setting up and using manual tools, but a cordless tool is only as reliable as its battery--that's where M12 LITHIUM-ION batteries come in. You can trust the 1.4-amp-hour lithium-ion battery that powers each Milwaukee M12 tool to deliver long runtimes and fade-free power. Lithium-ion batteries will also offer long battery life, so you'll save money by avoiding replacements.
Since lithium-ion batteries are significantly smaller and lighter than competitive NiCad batteries, they play an integral role in making Milwaukee's compact M12 tools ergonomic, comfortable to use, and easy to maneuver while you work.
Plus the M12 LITHIUM-ION battery charger delivers fast, 30-minute recharges, so you can be sure that your tools will be ready to use when you reach for them.
M12 Series Tools: Innovative, Portable, and Easy to Handle
Launched in 2008, the M12 series from Milwaukee offers compact, lightweight tools that are easy to transport and easy to maneuver on the job. Innovative designs that target application- and trade-specific performance allow M12 tools to live up to Milwaukee's reputation for durability and heavy-duty construction while remaining smaller, easier to handle, and more versatile than many competitors' tools.
About the Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation
In 1924 Milwaukee Electric Tool introduced the Hole-Shooter, the first lightweight, portable, one-handed 1/4-inch capacity drill, and the company has been dedicated to producing innovative, heavy-duty electric power tools that meet the needs of professional users ever since.
Milwaukee's product line has grown to include more than 500 tools and over 3,500 accessories. Milwaukee uses state-of-the-art technologies and sophisticated manufacturing techniques to ensure that quality is built into each of its tools, resulting in durable and reliable professional products.
This product is backed by a one-year warranty that protects against defects in materials or workmanship. M12 LITHIUM-ION batteries are backed by a two-year battery warranty.
What's in the Box
Drill/driver, (2) 12-volt battery packs, charger, and case.
The Milwaukee M12 line offers innovative solutions in power, productivity, and portability.
Top Customer Reviews
The straight and true: the tool is SOLID, fit/finish is excellent, there is no flex in the handle (other than the comfortable, soft coating). The battery has zero slop in the handle, works for longer than expected and charges quickly. Given the compact size, torque is also better than I hoped for with high speed being a great choice for driving screws (took the tool to work for moving audio equipment in a bunch of sound racks).
The wobble: there is only one part that I've found to deserve criticism - the chuck. It seems great and very similar to the excellent chucks on the V18 drills (minus the carbide grip inserts). While there is very little run-out in mine, the chuck auto-loosens. Driving screws in results in the momentum (on high speed) loosening the grip a little bit each time a screw hits bottom (or the brake of the drill is used when letting go of the trigger). Really cranking the chuck tight helps in delaying the loosening but does not seem to eliminate the problem with the screwdriver bit dropping out after 15 to 20 screws. Although this is a huge problem, the tool is good enough otherwise that it is still a keeper.
After experiencing the positive qualities of this Milwaukee tool, I'm very curious to try out more of the M12 line (especially the impact driver for use with screws). Luckily, the new Milwaukee seems to have done a lot to increase the engineering and design speed of tools and seems to have not lost the high quality that makes older Milwaukee tools legendary.Read more ›
i have used the drill moderately but often during this time. the major problem it he batteries. first charge good. followup battery performance renders the drill only good for small short duration jobs. charges quickly,so far, but no staying power. now i learn that to overcome this problem Milwaukee has brought out a "heavy duty" battery to be bought separately.
i noticed the problem a few days after the amazon full replacement policy.
i had read several reviews before purchasing- most were good. after my problem i read reviews just on the battery and discovered that many people have had the same experience.
Be careful with this one. It is not an inexpensive mistake.
I've been using cordless Milwaukee 18 volt tools for about 8 years on a daily basis, and am lucky enough to have a service center fairly close by - I've burnt out the switch on a 18v sawzall, brushes in the 1/2" 18v drillmotor ( and yesterday the swtich!) and the parts are readly available - they've given REALLY good service (though the sawzall is probably on it's last legs - it makes a LOT more noise than it used too!).
But I'm re-thinking - it's about time to replace these guys, and my experience with this little drill motor makes me wary about buying all Milwaukee. How hard is it to spec a chuck that holds it's grip? Who the hell wants to climb off a ladder to fetch the bit that you thought was secure in the chuck, only for it to dropout after one use????????? Not only do I not have time for that, I'm getting creaky and it really ticks me off to get up & down for something so stupid - I've NEVER had a chuck with this poor performance in all my 58 years!
And I won't start on the styling business - it does look cool but the little non-functional rubber piping on the side became halfway detached by day 2 and now just flaps around - I should cut it off!
Hope folks from Milwaukee read this & actually pay attention to business - how many customers can you afford to have defect to another brand?
After doing this I had some good runs where the cylindrical bit stayed securely affixed in the chuck, and at other times the bit simply feel out of the chuck as if it were never locked in. I'm not sure I'll keep the drill, but I do love the feel and light weight compared with other 12V and higher voltage drills. And the two speeds makes this a suitable drill for pretty much all DIY applications that don't involve drilling holes in concrete, which may be best handled by a higher voltage impact driver or hammer drill.
This is a near-great device, except for the 'occasional' chuck quirkiness.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a good, solid drill for everyday, medium use. For heavy use (driving a lot of long screws, as I did hanging fence panels), the battery wears out pretty fast). Read morePublished 14 days ago by Michael Madsen
great drill can really take the abuse. Iv'e dropped this 100 times and it still runs like a top
Can't beat Milwaukee
Love my drill. Never had any other battery powered tool so can't compare other experiences. I was an idiot to wait so long to get a battery powered drill. Now I drill everywhere. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mollysydney
work to do small holes like 7/16 and smaller, no power at all to drive screws or gets cought too easyPublished 6 months ago by luis gutierrez
Excellent drill with plenty of power. As a female do it yourselfer I highly recommend it. Buy the additional drill bits alsoPublished 9 months ago by J. Rawnsley
At the correct setting (number 1 on the 1-2 switch), it's a very powerful torque comparing it to a larger (with more battery voltage) DeWalt .Published 9 months ago by nova
Like many of the earlier reviewers prior, I too am disappointed in the overall performance of this drill/driver as the batery drain very quickly but now fails to charge after only... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Perps