Milwaukee M12 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver

M12 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver Delivers Speed and Access

Milwaukee M12 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver

MILWAUKEE, WI – Milwaukee Tool continues to expand its M12™ LITHIUM-ION system with the introduction of the M12™ ¼” Hex Right Angle Impact Driver. The only professional 12V right angle impact driver on the market, the new tool features a 1.4” (3.6 cm) head diameter for the greatest access in close quarters and the fastest driving speed at 2,425 RPM.
 
“Standard impact drivers lack the accessibility that right angle impact drivers can provide, and right angle drills do not provide the performance needed in some close quarter applications,” says Tom Simeone, Director of Marketing for Milwaukee Tool. “The new M12™ Right Angle Impact Driver provides the best of both worlds, satisfying both the size and performance requirements users need when space is tight.”
 
Featuring a Milwaukee® designed impact mechanism, the new tool delivers 600 in-lbs of torque for fast, reactionless fastening. For maximum versatility, the impact is designed with an extended paddle switch so that the user can operate it from multiple grip points, and has a recessed forward/reverse switch to minimize accidental actuations. To protect the user’s work surface, the tool also features a non-marring rubber ring around the head.
 
Available in October 2015, the new tools are compatible with the entire M12™ System, now offering over 70 professional cordless solutions. The M12™ platform is the largest sub-compact system in the industry, offering innovative solutions in power, productivity, and portability.
 
Specifications: M12™ 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver (2467-21)
  • Drive Size: 1/4” (0.6 cm) Hex
  • Torque: 600 in-lbs
  • RPM: 0-2,425
  • Head Diameter: 1.4” (3.6 cm)
  • Width: 1.9” (4.8 cm)
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs (1.1 kg) with battery
  • Includes M12™ 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver, (1) M12™ REDLITHIUM™ Battery Pack, Multi-Voltage Charger, and Carrying Case
*Also available as a bare tool (2467-20)
Sunday, October 4, 2015