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Milwaukee 6546-6 2.4-Volt Ni-Cad Cordless Screwdriver with 3-Piece Bit Set


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  • 2 Speed, 400 and 200 RPM
  • Six position adjustable clutch
  • 2-position adjustable handle
  • Forward/reverse button with lock switch feature
  • Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 6546-8
Product Dimensions10 x 3.5 x 7 inches
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Item model number6546-6
ColorNA
FinishNA
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool; attachments
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial.
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB0000223HS
Best Sellers Rank #329,701 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

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Milwaukee's cordless screwdriver is a handy tool with enough punch for most screwdriving applications, in a size small enough to fit easily in a tool belt without falling out or taking up a lot of space. The tilting handle offers a better grip in higher-torque situations, and allows for working in tight spaces. The driver has two speeds--200 and 400 rpm--for low- or high-torque work, and six clutch settings that deliver from 5 to 22 inch-pounds of screw-tightening torque. The screwdriver comes with a 2.4-volt battery pack, a one-hour charger, two Phillips bits, and one slotted bit. --Brian Trinen

From the Manufacturer

The Milwaukee 6546-6 2.4-Volt, 2-Speed Screwdriver with Battery and Charger has a 6-position adjustable clutch and two speed ranges: 0-200-rpm and 0-400-rpm. With both forward and reverse, this lightweight, 14-ounce screwdriver is ideal for electricians, installers, assembly line workers, auto mechanics, and general home maintenance. For comfort and convenience in tight locations, this tool has a 2-position handle, and it’s compact enough to fit into a pocket or contractor belt pouch.

Standard equipment for the Milwaukee 6546-6 includes the screwdriver, 1 2.4-volt battery and 1-hour charger.

Product Features:

  • 2.4-volt, 2-speed ranges: 0-200-rpm and 0-400-rpm
  • Reversing, 6-position adjustable clutch. 3.5 to 26 in./lbs. of torque
  • Adjustable swivel handle for tight applications
  • Forward/reverse button with switch lock feature

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Batteries have lasted years...charge fast.
Martin W. Wentzell
Plus you would think that for this kind of money for such a small tool, it would be made in USA.
Amazon Customer
It would also be perfect for a computer repair tech running case screws.
Dennis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Labarre on February 23, 2001
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This drill is great, small enough to get in that tight places (Especially if you get the kit vs. the drill only) tuff enough to torque a #12 x 3". The battery is not as long lasting as a full sized drill, but part of being small is ya loose something.
I work on computers with this drill (as a hobby) and am a master plumber (professionally). In both jobs this tool shines. But if you are looking for some thing that is about the same size and is a little tougher and has a longer battery life go with the Panasonic ey6225c... both are made by Panasonic (The Milwaukee 6546 is made by Panasonic and is the same as ey503) but, the 6225 is just a little beefier.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 10, 2001
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This particular model has only one battery. For the second battery, see Item 6547-22.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 10, 2000
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If you're looking for a tool to save your wrists from the repetitive tasks of removing and replacing screws, this is your tool. I have owned this tool for several years and use it everyday as a locksmith. If you need to do occasional drilling you might use this tool for small projects and the battery charges up in one hour or less. The only weakness is in the clutch and lock features which over time become ineffective.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By G. Stanfill on March 24, 2010
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This is mechanically about the best battery operated screwdriver around, although very expensive. Too bad that the batteries and charger are garbage.

In my experience with about 8 - 10 batteries for three of these screwdrivers, if you happen not to use a particular battery for a few weeks, it will self discharge and the charger will refuse to charge it. Goodbye another $25. I've had at least $100 worth of relatively new batteries fail this way in less than a year.

This problem basically won't let you buy extra batteries to keep charged. If you do, they will just die. So, you're pretty much guaranteed to run out of usable batteries in the middle of a task.

I suggest that you buy something better.

Next time, I'll get a screwdriver with a Lithium battery, or use a regular screwdriver.

(By the way, many people who have tried to buy NiMH replacement batteries for this unit to avoid this problem have been cheated with re-labeled or misrepresented NiCad batteries.)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ed on June 17, 2005
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I have been using the Milwaukee cordless driver for several years now. I am on my second driver. No other driver comes close to the Milwaukee's 200/400 rpm no-load speed. As a copier and printer tech doing several service calls a day the speed of this driver is one of its most important features. I don't use it for drilling or for driving wood screws but for taking apart and repairing electronic equipment it is unsurpassed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andy on July 18, 2006
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i have had this tool for two months now. I do maintenance for apartments. this tool fits in my pocket and the bits go in my shirt pocket. they never go in my tool bag. It has replaced my two or three screwdrivers that i used to carry. this tool is for jobs that dont require an 18vt drill it is a lot smaller and lighter. I use it to build and install ceiling fans,work on ac units, install cabnet doors,build prefab cabnets w/ persision, electricalswitches and plates with out cracking the plastic, the list goes on and on. the ajustable torc setting on this tool is verry usefull. for a 2.4 vt tool it is very powerfull and extreemly well crafted. worth every penny. battery lasts forever. for an electrican a must have. may be too expensive for a do-it-your-selfer but for a profesional you will make up for the price in a week with the time you will save at work. also good if you suffer from tenenitus. I dont think it would be as usefull to a lefthander.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dennis on October 1, 2004
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This particular Milwaukee screwdriver is in use in the company I work for. They are used day in, day out, for assembly of sheetmetal components. In the four years I have been with this company, we have had to replace 1 driver and 3 batteries. Not bad considering there are 6 units in constant use.

Keep in mind, this is not a mega-power 18 volt driver. It is perfect for light duty work like driving self tapping screws into thin sheetmetal, running machine screws, etc. It would also be perfect for a computer repair tech running case screws.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Mcanulty on February 19, 2001
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Ever tried working on a computer with a 12Gigavolt drill? First off you can't even get the thing into the tight spaces, then you have to contend with 20LBS of battery, sweating the whole time because you KNOW if you've messed up your torque setting your going to crack that brand new motherboard in half!!
Well, dump that piece of junk, your not building a house! I build/repair computers every day, i've been using this screwdriver since it started being produced by AEG (later sold to milwaukee) and it is the best tool i've ever purchased.
Every friend of mine that works in this field swears by them . Goto your local computer shop and checkout what the guy being paid minimum wage to assemble the computers is using, i'll be you'll get a closer look at the milwaukee driver, and i'll bet the tech using it bought it themselves.
BTW this driver has enough torque on the max setting to easily drill thru wood, or rack mount your favortie server (i prefer 2Us)
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