Milwaukee has been tight-lipped about their upcoming cordless M12 ratchets, but we managed to discover official max torque ratings for the tools!
Okay, so our guesses were a little off – Milwaukee is coming out with a new M12 jigsaw, not a circular saw as we predicted. Still, the jigsaw looks like a very promising tool, would you agree?
A reader found a crazy-hot deal on a Milwaukee M12 clamp-on meter and driver combo kit! We’re talking less than 1/4 the price of the sum of its parts!
Milwaukee will be announcing a few new tools next week, and so we took a few educated guesses about what’s coming out. Feel free to chime in with guesses and predictions of your own!
Milwaukee is coming out with a new Realtree AP camo-version of their popular M12 heated jacket!
We’ve got news about Milwaukee’s upcoming M12 cordless ratchets that look to be the first tools of a new “Automotive Solutions” lineup!
What’s the difference between Milwaukee’s M12 LED and Xenon flashlights? The LED version is brighter on paper, but is also twice the price of the Xenon version. What we needed was a real-world comparison, and Coptool kindly delivered!
Milwaukee is coming out with yet another new addition to their M12 cordless power tool family – a rotary tool, challenging the market-dominating Dremel 8200 that we reviewed last June. Exciting!
Milwaukee’s new M12 oscillating multi-tool has hit the market – check out our preview with full specs and product details.
Today only, Amazon sliced the price of this Milwaukee M12 2-tool kit. Included is an M-Spector digital inspection camera (2310), and an M12 compact screwdriver (2401). The kit normally costs $250, today it’s discounted to $159. Following is a rundown of basic specs and features.
Milwaukee’s M12 cordless heated jackets (2330 & 2331) are now available via Amazon and a number of other retailers. These soft-shell jackets are water and wind resistant, have 3 heat zones for evenly distributed warmth, a 6-hour runtime, and 3 heat settings plus a warm-up feature. The jackets are powered by Milwaukee’s new RedLithium souped-up M12 […]
We talked a bit about Milwaukee’s new M12 cordless palm nailer last month, but its performance expectations have just been made available. Milwaukee claims that the palm nailer can drive a 16D 3-1/2” nail in under 2 seconds, and up to 100 nails per battery charge. That sounds pretty darn impressive – let’s hope that it can […]
The above-pictured Milwaukee drill/driver looks similar to their first generation 3/8″ drill/driver, but there is a huge difference between the two tools. This one is a hammer drill. That’s right, Milwaukee managed to cram the necessary hammer/vibratory mechanisms into their compact M12 cordless form factor!
Milwaukee has released their new M12 cordless palm nailer. This is the first tool of its kind, and one of Milwaukee’s first to include a new backwards-compatible RedLithium battery. The nailer is designed to take the place of traditional palm nailers, which require air compressors and hoses for power. I’m hoping that Milwaukee’s new cordless hammer […]
Milwaukee updated their batteries in 2010.
Thinking about the many compact cordless tools out there, I just realized that Mikwaukee’s M12 screwdriver is getting a bit long in the tooth. It’s still a highly successful tool that earned itself a very solid reputation, but spec-wise its age is starting to show.
Steve from over at the ShopNGarage blog & forum recently reviewed Milwaukee’s M12 cordless drill and driver. The review was overwhelmingly positive, confirming our expectation that the M12 3/8″ drill is a very solid performer. As we also noticed in our own review of Milwaukee’s similarly featured 3/8″ right angle drill, Steve mentions that the drill’s chuck felt […]
Here’s our original review of Milwaukee’s M12 cordless right angle drill/driver.
Milwaukee very recently released a new M12 product – the 2415-21 cordless right-angle drill/driver. The main selling points of this driver are its super-compact size, 3/8″ chuck, speed control, 11-setting electronic clutch, and runtime battery gauge. The only thing we read about Milwaukee’s right-angle drill/driver that we didn’t quite like is that the kit only comes with […]