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3/8" M18 Cordless Right Angle Drill, 18.0 Voltage, Bare Tool

  • Item# 6AWL4
  • Mfr. Model# 2615-20
  • Catalog Page# 844
  • UNSPSC# 27112703
3/8" M18  Cordless Right Angle Drill, 18.0 Voltage, Bare Tool close
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  • Shipping Weight 3.0 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

This reversing drill includes a chuck key and holder. It also includes batteries, a charger, and a carrying case.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Cordless Right Angle Drill
  • Voltage 18.0
  • Battery Included / Bare Tool Bare Tool
  • Battery Capacity Not Specified
  • Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
  • Brushless Motor No
  • Number of Batteries 0
  • Series M18(TM)
  • No Load RPM 0 to 1500
  • Chuck Size 3/8"
  • Max. Torque 125 in.-lb.
  • Max. Power Not Specified
  • Battery Included No
  • Handle Type Palm Grip
  • Battery Pack Replacement 2PYZ8
  • Tool Length 11"
  • Tool Weight 2.6 lb.
  • Features 3-7/8" Head
  • Includes Bare Tool Only
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Customer Reviews


Rated 1.8 out of 5 by 5reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Unsure The first time I used the drill it stopped working. I will withhold judgement until I get it fixed and try it again. All of my other Milwaukee tools are performing very well, it would be very disappointing if this one doesn't. December 17, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Minimal torque, weak A disappointment in terms of torque - it stalls drilling a 3/4" hole with a self-feed bit. My intended use was drilling through top plates in the eves of attics, where can't easily reach or apply much force behind the drill - making self-feed bits all but a necessity. If you're patient enough, you can drill holes up to 1" in diameter using spade bits and little force behind the drill. A 2-speed gear box with a lower speed (higher torque) setting would be a welcomed addition. February 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worthless I *try* to use this to drill holes in tight spaces. Unfortunately, with a measly 125 in-lbs of torque, it can barely make a 3/4" hole using a standard spade bit. Not only would I not recommend it to a friend, I wouldn't even recommend it to an enemy. Milwaukee should be embarrassed to have their name on it. September 10, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by why not variable speed I definatley dont wont a drill driver not variable speed. paddle feels large,akward. I went with Milwaukee this time for tool choices in the m18 and 12volt line up but i think im going Dewalt on the right angle drill. Like the grip 2 speed trans. The clutch ill stay with mechanical seems more reliable. March 3, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Well built, feels durable, low torque I just replaced my DeWalt 18V NiCd set with Milwaukee, but this appears to be weak spot in my new tool set. With only a single speed range, it's limited to 125 in-lbs of torque. My 10-year-old DeWalt right angle drill had a low speed (higher torque) setting, and maxed out at 310 in-lbs of torque. I'm baffled as to why Milwaukee didn't go a similar route. Sure, this drill has done what I needed it to do so far, but I'm worried that one day it won't be up to the task. Given my infrequent need for a right angle drill (but I do NEED one at times), I'm considering returning this and getting a Milwaukee Right Angle Attachment (49-22-8510) for use with my Hammerdrill (2604-20). This combination will give me up to 235 in-lbs of torque - still not as much as my DeWalt, but better than this drill. I know this will limit my bit options, but it may be a better choice in the end. Milwaukee - please consider a lower speed (higher torque) option in your next model. December 23, 2012
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