|Item Weight||4.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.2 x 8.9 x 3.7 inches|
|Item model number||2415-21|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||5 years|
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Milwaukee 2415-21 M12 12-Volt 3/8-Inch Cordless Right Angle Drill/Driver Kit
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- 3/8-inch single-sleeve ratcheting chuck for maximum versatility and grip; 3-3/4-inch head length great for working in tight spaces
- Extended paddle switch allows for controlled use In multiple positions
- 11 settings plus drill mode for complete control, built-In LED lights illuminate work surface and indicate clutch out
- On-board fuel gauge displays remaining run-time on the M12 lithium-ion battery pack
- 2415-20 right-angle drill/driver, M12 lithium-ion battery pack, 30-minute charger, carrying case
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I will focus my review by comparing the M12 to it's main competitor the Bosch PS10-2A both are meant to be lighter duty cordless right angle drill/drivers for tight jobs like installing under cabinet lighting or drawer handles. They are not meant for removing 3/8 lag bolts or other heavy construction needs.
The head length on the M12 is about the same as the Bosch, ok actually it is 1/4 inch longer but it has a ratcheting chuck so it can take drill bits of all kinds without the need for an adapter. the Bosh has a hex speed chuck so you have to use hex drill bits or an adapter which effectively increases the head length well beyond the M12. Both have extended paddle grips, and the grips are both on the chunky side. My in the hand opinion is the M12 feels just a bit thinner and easier to grab. Speed control is much better on the M12 the trigger is very linear and easy to control. The Bosch is very poor in this regard, more of an on/off experience. The Bosch is slightly shorter in overall tool length. I did not measure it but about an inch when configured for rt angle use. Both tools use an electronic clutch and both are awful!!! the lowest setting will still spin out of a philips head when in a tight corner. Mechanical clutch would add weight and some bulk so it is a compromise. the M12 has more torque (100 vs 80) and a higher no load rpm (800 vs 600)
Now for the real kickers. The M12 has a spindle lock! Now why do you care? It allows you to use the tool as a "wrench" to finish tightening a screw or bolt by hand!Read more ›
I am just beginning to get into cabinet making as a hobby. My current project involves about 1 doz drawers mounted on glides in very tight openings. I knew that my big drill/driver and my smaller drivers would not fit so I considered the following right angle drills:
I decided to buy the Milwaukee based on a number of things:
Size (it is fairly consistent in its size with no large areas to work around)
Balance (the battery balances out the head nicely providing greater control)
Power (power enough to remove 3" screws in hardwood)
Worklight (no need for a third hand installing shelf rails)
The Milwaukee balances quite nicely in the hand and does not have areas that are larger than the actual working portion of the device - unlike the Dewalt and it is rather slim overall - unlike the Bosch. This is especially noticable when working in tight areas. As a result it becomes more like a natural extension of your hand than that of a foriegn object.
I also like the variable speed trigger control and the built-in work light is perfect for placing screws in those dark corners of cabinets.
Some may complain that it only comes with one battery or the case is a soft zippered case instead of a hard case. Valid points- however consider that this Milwaukee is not meant to replace your primary drill that takes a beating and keeps on ticking, but rather to augment it like a fine precision tool for the times when beauty is needed over brawn. The battey issue was not a problem as I never used up the battery when installing the rails.Read more ›
I have only a couple of criticisms. The first is that, like other reviewers, I find the electronic torque adjustment to be less than ideal. Basically I don't trust it and if something needs fine torque control I'll do the final snugging up by hand.
The second problem is the lack of documentation about the led light and overload indicator. The product description states that the drill has led illumination lights, plural. The drill appears to have two leds on the underside behind the chuck. However only one led lit up. Thinking I had a defective unit, I sent it back to Amazon for replacement. (Huge kudos to Amazon in that they cross shipped the replacement unit!) When the replacement drill showed the same symptom I call Milwaukee tech support. It turns out that there is only one white illumination led. The second led is a red one the only lights if you overload the drill. Proper documentation would have saved me grief and Amazon and Milwaukee money.
Well, I have done my best to wear it out on a number of large projects; Building a metal garage; boring many 1.5" holes through floor joist during a complete house rewire; building many oak cabinets, etc. It just blasts through the work without compliant whether spinning 1.5" spade bits or driving in several thousand #12 self tapping screws through steel siding, a sheet of insulation and finally into 1/8" thick steel 2"x3" beams. On the same garage I spent a lot of time on a 22 foot ladder and I dropped the drill or knocked it off the ladder down to the concrete floor several times a day...and it just laughed at me. Just went down to the floor, picked it up and got back to work. You can't kill this thing! I am going to snatch up some more this year and give them as gifts! Very impressive tool to own and use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fast shipping, great price and I use it for many projects...just great and it recharges quickly.Published 4 months ago by Mary E. Engel
My husband loves his new drill. He particularly loves the light feature and says the drill has nice power. It is well made and he is anxious to use it!Published 6 months ago by katsign
it's a great item at a great price, works great a must have. used almost daily and abused... outlasted the other 12volt yellow one and is still working perfectly.Published 6 months ago by Lawrence Szybkowski
Advertised as a Milwaukee *kit*, but what was actually supplied by "David's Tools" was the bare tool tossed in a cardboard box with a loose charger and battery. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robin A.
Handy... but the clutch never worked on mine. Took me awhile to realize it was faulty, otherwise would've replaced.Published 8 months ago by Bruce Basch
We could not have build all of the cabinets in our kitchen without this drill. This has become the primary tool we use to build all of our furniture and complete all of our... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jamie Borsett