Milwaukee M12 – 12 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Screwdriver

12 Aug
Milwaukee M12 - 12 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Screwdriver

Milwaukee M12 - 12 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Screwdriver

BEWARE – Don’t go for the lightweight or the tiny size of this driver, you will be seriously surprised to see how powerful it is, Milwaukee was able to put a motor in it which delivers up to 100 in-lbs of torque in such a tiny machine.

This is the Milwaukee M12 12V Lithium Ion Screw Driver; it has unbelievable balance to reduce strain and tension. And it has the power to drive the majority of common small fasteners, and the run-time of full day screw driving without recharging. Its compact size allows the users to work in tight places for increased convenience. Examples of innovation include extremely light weight, one-handed release quick bit-loading, battery fuel gauge displaying remaining battery time and 5-year warranty. It also comes with a bright built-in LED for illumination of work area. Variable speed trigger for output power control, 30 percent more run-time then the competition with the ability to drive up to 130 3-Inches screws.

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One Response to “Milwaukee M12 – 12 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Screwdriver”

  1. John Taylor September 3, 2010 at 5:57 PM #

    I’m an Army retiree and now a small-time farmer, woodworker and household improvement guy and I’ve owned or used most all kinds of cordless drills. I needed another one and wanted a light, powerful 12-volt drill. After doing all the comparisons on Amazon, the Panasonic came out on top with the tie-breakers being it’s compact size and the 1/2″ chuck. I really liked the compactness of the Makita 12-volt driver I have and wanted a stubby, powerful drill to match it. I also liked the 1/2″ chuck option–using my old 3/4″ chuck Black & Decker is hard work and limited by an electric cord. I’ve had the Panasonic 12-volt for about 8-months now and have used it for all kinds of wood and metal drilling tasks with metal and wood bits from #60 to 1/2″. It centers and holds them all and holds tight enough to etch the chuck end of the bit on larger bits. Like that old 3/4″ inch Black & Decker or other powerful corded and cordless drills, this little 12-volt Panasonic has the power to make you hold on with both hands if you’re drilling into thick metal or thick wood using larger bits; it’ll twist out of one hand rather than bind or have the bit slip (unless you’re unusually strong with big hands!). The drill first starts at 50-RPM whereas other ones will start at just above 0-RPM, but I have had no problems with small bits breaking off at the start RPM of the Panasonic, in metal or hardwood. I buy professional-grade tools and expect them to do the jobs they were intended to do forever and without babying them along and with zero performance or maintenance problems. This Panasonic does that for sure and I expect it to do so for a long, long time.

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