Milwaukee M12 Hammer Drill 2411-22

Okay, I was wrong, I admit it.  According to my wife, that wasn’t the first time or last time.  Apparently I am wrong a lot, but that is another story.  I know you are wondering what the heck am I talking about.  How can this guy actually be wrong.  I know I was thinking the same thing.  Okay, sorry back to reality.

Manufacturer – Milwaukee

Model – 2411-22

Average Purchase Price – $160

 

 

Okay, is the suspense killing you?  Probably not, but I am still going to tell you why I was wrong.  In my opinion Milwaukee has the best line of 12V tools and no one comes close.  However, I thought Dewalt had the best 12V, not based on power, but based on the feel and balance.  I was never a huge fan of the Milwaukee torpedo batteries.  I just preferred the flat pancake style batteries that Dewalt offered.  As time went on I really began to appreciate the torpedo system batteries.  As I found myself trying to get into tighter spots, the torpedo style batteries just offered much more flexibility and I was able to get into tighter spots, that I just couldn’t get the Dewalt in.   So that was the first thing I was wrong about.  I actually really like the Milwaukee style batteries.  Okay, here is the huge thing I was wrong about, the Dewalt drill.  I can no longer say that the Dewalt is the best 12V drill.   After using the Milwaukee M12 Hammer drill with the optional XC high capacity battery, nothing comes close.  If I could only own one 12V drill, it would be the Milwaukee 2411-22.  In fact I don’t even know why Milwaukee is making the M12 Driver, M12 Screwdriver and the M12 Drill/driver.  Actually I know why Milwaukee is making these as they are very useful for different applications, but I hope you get my point.

Milwaukee 2411-22 M12 12-Volt 3/8-Inch Hammer Drill Kit

I am sure you want to hear more about the specs and what makes this hammer drill so good.  All right here it is, this drill only weighs 2.8 lbs and is 7-5/8″ long making this the right tool for those tight spaces.  The motor puts out an incredible 275 in-lbs of torque making this tool the right tool for almost any job.  Believe it or not this drill even has an all metal 3/8″ ratcheting chuck that spins at 0-400/01,500 rpm using one of two speeds. The drill has a whopping 22,500 bpm, that is 375 per sec.  The last two items are an on board fuel gauge and an LED light.

Okay, we have already determined this drill has some serious power for a 12V and is my favorite 12V drill.  But you are probably wondering how we came up with this conclusion.  First this hammer drill only costs $160.   To have this type of power in your hands is worth the cost.  You are now able to have a small 12V for small concrete applications and more.  This means you can lighten up your tool bag.   We are not saying this will replace your 18V hammer drill, but it sure will allow you to do more without having to bring out the 18V for every little application.  Second is the ability to have your preferred type of battery.  If you are getting in tighter spots or don’t need the extra capacity, the torpedo style battery that comes with this kit is perfect.  But if you want a little more juice and a little different feel, the optional XC high capacity battery is worth every penny which does cost around $60.

We are going to make a bold prediction on this drill, but we feel this is going to be one of those workhorses that just works.  It will be one of those tools that a majority of people own and love.  We don’t think there is much room for improvement on this tool.

 

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Milwaukee M12 Hammer Drill 2411-22 Includes

  • M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION 3/8″ Hammer Drill Driver 2411
  • (2) M12™ RED LITHIUM™ Batteries
  • 30-Minute Charger
  • Carrying Case

Warranty

Tool – 5 years

Included M12 Red Lithium Battery – 2 Years

Optional M12 XC High Capacity Battery – 3 Years

 

 

 

8 COMMENTS

  1. Eric how long do your tools last? I noticed you toss everything on the ground rather than laying it down. Guess Mlwaukee & DeWalt make tough tools with you in mind. LOL

  2. This is perfect. When did Milwaukee come out with this? This would come in handy for so many of the jobs I do. I am always carrying my 18V in for smaller jobs because I need the hammer function. Would rather just lug this in. Cool Tool.

    • I think this has been out over a year. That’s what I love about this drill. It is perfect for those certain jobs. Why haul the 18V around when I am going to do just a couple smaller holes or something.

  3. I have it and love it. I don’t think I’ll use the hammer function very much, but I’ll have it if I do end up needing it. My one and only gripe is that it doesn’t have a belt clip. One of these days I’ll finally buy a holster for it.

  4. Ok. I am giving some serious thought about the 12v hammer drill/impact driver combo. $239 up here in the frozen north.

    But I gotta ask one thing before I go out and spend the cash and that is this: A couple years ago I bought the M12 drill/driver and had to take it back for the simple reason that the chuck kept dropping bits. I guess the electric brake was so strong that the chuck would kind of self loosen. A bit of research revealed that I was not the only one having this problem with this drill, no matter how hard we tightened the damn thing.

    Old Milwaukee seemed indifferent to my harassment/complaints, so back it went to the store.

    I’m wondering if you’ve encountered anything of that nature with this latest drill, or if they’ve quietly resolved the issue for all us prospective buyers and triers.

    Alright. Kudos on all your good work. I really enjoy your videos.

    V.

    PS.

    You guys are having way too much fun.

    • Thanks Virgil, Sorry it tool so long to get back to you. Milwaukee is a completely different brand than they were years ago. They have focused on quality and innovation and from we see its working. Eric loves his Milwaukee tools and hasn’t had any issues wit them.

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