Milwaukee 0824-24 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Hammer Drill Kit was listed on Amazon for $626.00, selling for USD brand new. Manufactured by Milwaukee. If you prefer this product in used condition, there are 2 left on Amazon starting at $115.00.
Some great features of this product include:
- 18-volt lithium-ion cordless hammer drill kit; variable speed (0-450 and 0-1,700 rpm)
- Easy drill/drive/hammer mode switches; 550-inch-pounds of torque; reversible battery for tight space options
- All-metal, ratcheting chuck with carbide blades; non-slip, soft-grip handle; plastic housing
- Includes hammer drill, 2 18-volt batteries, charger, Phillips bit
- 10-5/8-inches long; 6.2 pounds; 5-year warranty
You get the power and durability of Lithium-Ion technology in this durable hammer driver/drill, along with the heavy-duty quality you expect from Milwaukee tools, like a high-power motor, metal chuck and more.
Sporting the longest running 18-volt hammer-drill on the market, Milwaukee’s V18 Lithium-Ion cordless kit ensures that this tool is always on hand for drilling and driving jobs large and small. A patented reversible battery lets the drill fit in tight areas and optimizes balance for working overhead. And, if you already have one of Milwaukee’s 18-volt Ni-Cad tools, you’re in luck. The lithium-ion batteries in this kit fit select 18-volt tools, too! The kit’s charger also powers up those 18- to 28-volt Ni-Cad batteries in under an hour! Plus, the lithium-ion battery provides up to 50 percent longer runtime than comparable Ni-Cad tools while at the same time offering consistent power from the first hole drilled to the last. Designed to easily complete those extended decking, fencing, and framing jobs, the tool drills up to twenty-five 2-9/16-inch bit holes per charge. A high output motor provides 550 inch-pounds of torque for driving large bolts and drilling spade bits into hardwood. The unit’s metal ratcheting chuck and carbide jaws grip bits tightly so there’s no slippage mid-job. And, a comfortable non-slip, soft-grip reduces vibration and fatigue. Serious about reliability, Milwaukee backs the battery pack with a 2000-charge warranty. The batteries are 24 percent lighter than 18-volt Ni-Cad’s, too, offering 18-volt power with the same weight as a tool equipped with a 14.4-volt battery. A battery fuel gauge displays remaining run-time for peace of mind. And, the tool switches easily between drill, drive, and hammer modes for less downtime –Brian Olson What’s in the BoxTwo 18-volt batteries, 18- to 28-volt universal charger, carrying case, side handle, No. 2 Phillips bit
Starting at $115.00 used