Milwaukee has produced another powerful tool for intensive construction projects on the most rugged jobsites. The 2607-20 is a cordless hammer drill that is both lightweight and of unparalleled performance. It can drill holes through softwood, hardwood, and masonry with ease, requiring you only to flip the mode selector switch on top of the drill. Weighing in at only 3 pounds, you’ll be able to lug this around with you throughout the entire workday with minimal fatigue. If you can’t keep a grip on it, and it falls onto the ground from a ladder, you can rest assured that the all-metal gear casing will help keep the internal components protected from impact shock. Even in sub-optimal conditions, like dark basements or crawlspaces, you’ll be able to do a proper job. The LED lighting located under the keyless chuck will keep your work illuminated and shadow-free, for accurate pilot hole drilling. Internally, the 2607-20 has Redlink technology, which puts it into communication with the M18 batteries loaded into it. This communication prevents it from overheating, maximizing jobsite efficiency. Buy the best equipment for the important jobs, buy Milwaukee.
- 3 DRILLING MODES: You can switch between driving, drilling, and hammer drilling modes to let this tool tackle softwoods, hardwoods, masonry, and even some metals with the help of the 18-position clutch
- LED LIGHTING: Keep your work illuminated with the LED panel under the keyless chuck that prevents shadows from forming, so you can focus on the task at hand
- AMBIDEXTROUS BELT CLIP: You can screw the included belt clip onto either side of the tool, letting you store it on your belt within easy access, no matter your handedness
- ALL METAL GEAR CASING: You’ll be relieved that this tool comes so strongly constructed when you’ve dropped it on the job and the motor keeps running at full speed
- M18 COMPATIBLE: This Milwaukee hammer drill is compatible with the M18 line of lithium ion batteries. Models include the 48-11-1860, 48-11-1850, 48-11-1828, and 48-11-1815, 48-11-1840, 48-11-1820