Milwaukee M12BDD-202C M12 12V Sub Compact Drill Driver Kit - 2x 2Ah Batteries, Charger and Case

Product Code: M12BDD-202C

£147.00 £122.50

Key features and benefits:

• High performance sub compact drill driver measures 189 mm in length making it ideal for working within confined spaces
• REDLINK™ overload protection electronics in tool and battery pack deliver best in class system durability
• 10 mm metal chuck for quick bit changes and bit retention
• Optimised handle for better control and improved grip
• Individual battery cell monitoring optimises tool run time and ensures long term pack durability
• On board fuel gauge and LED light - added user convenience and illumination in low lit working conditions
• REDLITHIUM™ battery pack provides superior pack construction, electronics and fade-free performance to deliver more run time and more work over pack life
• Flexible battery system: works with all MILWAUKEE® M12™ batteries

Technical specifications:

- Voltage: 12 V
- Chuck capacity: 10 mm
- Max drilling steel: 10 mm
- Max drilling wood: 22 mm
- Max torque: 30 nm
- No load speed gear 1: 0 - 400 RPM
- No load speed gear 2: 0-1500 RPM
- Wood screws to: 6 mm

Supplied in the box:

1 x M12BDD Sub Compact Drill Driver
2 x M12B2 2Ah Batteries
1 x C12C Charger
1 x Case

Part Number M12BDD-202C
Display Weight (Kg) 1.2 Kg
Warranty 3 Year Warranty
Manufacturer Part Number 4933443891
Brand Milwaukee
Voltage 12V
Power Source Battery
Battery Included Yes
Number of Batteries 2
Battery Capacity 2 Ah
Battery Type Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Auxiliary Handle No
Chuck Type Keyless
Chuck Capacity 10mm
Max Torque 30Nm
Max RPM 1500 RPM

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