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Bare-Tool Milwaukee 0824-20 18-Volt Cordless V18 Lithium-Ion 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill (Tool Only, No Battery)

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Power Source Corded Electric
Brand MILWAUKEE'S
Voltage 18 Volts

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  • Powerful 18-volt cordless 1/2-inch hammer drill
  • Provides 550-inch-pounds of torque
  • Magnesium gear box for reduced weight and added durability
  • 1/2-inch metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for superior gripping strength
  • 5-year limited manufacturer-foots warranty
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The Milwaukee 18-Volt Cordless Li-Ion 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill comes with a convenient storage case and is compatible with long-running 18-volt Li-Ion rechargeable batteries. Milwaukee 18-volt Li-Ion equipped tools provide up to 50-percent longer run times than 18-volt Ni-Cad equipped tools, while at the same time offering "fade-free" power until the battery is completely drained. The hammer drill comes standard with an all-metal, single-sleeve, ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws to prevent bits from falling out or slipping. A comfortable non-slip, soft-grip handle reduces vibration and fatigue, and the drill comes with a side handle for added drilling/driving stability. A high output motor provides 550 in./lbs. of torque, and the tool is backwards compatible with existing Milwaukee Ni-Cad 18-volt batteries. The driver comes backed with a manufacture's 5-year limited warranty. The battery and charger are sold separately.

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Cordless drill/driver, side handle, No. 2 Phillips bit, and user's manual.

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Milwaukee presents the longest running 18-volt ever. Introducing the new V18 Lithium-Ion cordless tool system. V18 Lithium-Ion batteries retro-fit existing Milwaukee Ni-Cad tools, making Milwaukee the only line of cordless power tools that will run using Ni-Cad or Lithium-Ion batteries. Milwaukee Ni-Cad batteries will also run the new V18 power tools. V18 tools provide up to 50% longer run time than 18-volt Ni-Cad while at the same time offering "Fade-Free" power from the first hole drilled to the last. V18 cordless tools provide unmatched durability by featuring a 2000 charge warranty and will provide 2.5 times more lifetime work output compared to 18-volt Ni-Cad batteries. V18 provides convenience and ergonomics. You get 18-volt power at a 14.4-volt weight. The 0824-20 18-volt 1/2-inch hammer-drill comes standard with an all-metal, single-sleeve, ratcheting chuck with all carbide jaws that keeps bits from falling out or slipping. A comfortable non-slip, soft-grip handle reduces vibration and fatigue. Includes Tool, Side Handle and no. 2 Phillips bit.

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