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Milwaukee M12 FUEL 1/2" Drill/Driver Kit - 2403-22

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Written by Chris     November 07, 2012    
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(1) 2403-20 1/2" Drill/Driver
(1) M12™ REDLITHIUM™ 2.0 Compact Battery Pack
(1) M12™ REDLITHIUM™ XC4.0 Extended Capacity Battery Pack
(1) Charger
(1) Belt Hook
(1) Carrying Case

The M12 FUEL™ 1/2" Drill/Driver takes 12-volt cordless drill/drivers to the next level of performance and durability. This lightweight, versatile drill/driver provides up to 10X longer motor life, 2X more power and 4X more runtime. The POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor outperforms all leading competitors with constant power output, yet runs cooler and quieter with no wearable components.

REDLINK Plus™ intelligence ensures optimized performance and protects your investment from overload, overheating and over-discharge. It comes with a REDLITHIUM™ 2.0 Compact Battery Pack and 4.0 Extended Capacity Battery Pack, which deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than the competitors, even in extreme conditions. The M12 FUEL Drill/Driver’s onboard fuel gauge helps you monitor the charge precisely, so there’s less downtime on the job, and a built-in LED Light illuminates the work surface. An all-metal ratcheting locking chuck provides maximum grip, bit retention and durability. A new contoured soft grip gives you ultimate comfort during prolonged use.


No Load Speed0-450/0-1700
Torque350 in-lbs (XC bat)
Chuck Type1/2" Metal Single Sleeve - Ratcheting Lock
Metal SleeveYes
Ratcheting LockYes
On Board Fuel GuageYes
LED LightYes
BatteryRedlithium 2.0 & XC 4.0
Tool Weight2.5 lbs


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