|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.6 x 12.5 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||2615-21|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Warranty Description||5 Years|
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Milwaukee 2615-21 M18 Cordless Right Angle Drill Kit, 1xC Battery
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- The product is manufactured in China
- 3-3/4-inch head length is great for working in tight spaces
- Electronic clutch with 11 settings plus drill mode provides complete control
- Extended multi-position handle for convenience and versatility
- Built-in LED light Illuminates work surface and indicates clutch out
- Includes one M18 XC lithium-ion battery
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This is a great drill. It is perfect for those tight spaces. The build quality is what you would expect from Milwaukee and with the free battery special going on it was a good value.
The drill has a nice led light and the electronic clutch works well. There is no clicking like we are all used to with a mechanical clutch. It comes with a blow molded case which has room for the another battery. The battery is great. There is no power fade and the charge indicator lets you check how much you have left on it before you get into a tight space.
There is a video review on youtube that I used to help me decide on the drill. Here is a link [...]
I decided to go with the XC Battery model because of the free battery offer. I swapped the batteries in my 2691-22 two tool kit with these. I have had no issues. Note that this kit only comes with one battery but because of the special Milwaukee was running I was able to get a second one for free. The XC batteries are great and last forever so I thought I would put them with the tools I use the most and now use the compact batteries with this kit. The compact battery last long enough for any job I would need to use the right angle drill on and if I forget to charge it or it is running low I can just swap it out for my spare that I brought over from the two tool kit.
This is a solid tool. If you don't need to run a right angle drill for hours at a time the compact battery kit might be the way to go. If you have other M18 tools you can swap the batteries around on several of them so there could be some value to getting this kit with the XC battery if that is your plan.Read more ›
If Milwaukee ever decides to incorporate a lower speed range for more torque I'll take a look at an updated model, but for now, this one is going back to the store and I'll get Milwaukee's right angle attachment instead - it's rated for 235 in-lbs of torque, and I can use it with my M18 FUEL hammerdrill (2604-22), which really is heavy duty and outperforms anything else I've tried.
In comparison, my 10-year-old DeWalt 18V NiCd right angle drill (DW960) with a cracked housing had no problem with the 3/4" self-feed auger bit, even on high speed using a 2-year-old battery that wasn't fully charged; plus, it offers a lower speed setting for even more torque.
I never owned or used a right angle drill until this month. I probably though I would use it once or twice therefore it wasn't worth the money.
After using the M18 drill I found out that I was wrong on a my prior assumptions. I had to drill some holes in the cross? beams in my home so I could run coax for the tv in my basement. Using a conventional electric drill to make straight holes in a tight space is difficult at best. With the M-18 right angle drill I merely charged up the battery and started drilling holes. The drill made short work of it.
The drill weighs 2.75 lbs and feels top heavy but that is the nature of a right angle drill. The gearing and head are only 2 inches apart unlike a conventional drill. I look forward to using this drill in many other ways. I can attach an adapter and a socket and then be able to get hard to reach nuts unscrewed. Other non right angle cordless tools can't do this because of their design
If you have no preference concerning the manufacturer of a right angle drill, this might be the drill for you to purchase. Milwaukee Electric tool Corporation has come up with a rechargeable battery called the M18. The M18 is a 18 volt battery which is used in Milwaukee cordless tool line. The M18 is a Lithium-ion which will last a long time in use. There is a fuel gauge on the charger that l tells you how much power you have left. The battery will work at temperatures of 14 degrees Fahrenheit which is pretty cold.
The drill retails for $ 368.00 with battery and charger.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
He uses it all the time without problems. Good tool and sturdy. Set comes with a battery charger. Recommend this tool.Published on November 3, 2013 by ginger
I bought the Milwaukee 2615-21 to use as a drill/driver. Not the best choice. True, it's compact and the drill head fits into tight spaces, but that's where the pros end. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Schroederized
This right angle drill works well as a right angle drill. It worked in some tight spaces and got me out of a tight spot. I would not use it without gloves. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Matt Johnson
When using 3/4 or 1/2 bit's this tool stalls out on any 2X4 material. This tool could not complete the job and with many different type's of batteries tried this tool just could... Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by jbronson