Milwaukee 2467 M12 1/4″ Hex Right Angle Impact Driver

Milwaukee 2467
M12™ 1/4" Hex Right Angle Impact Driver Kit

Have no fear of tight spaces, the Milwaukee M12 1/4″ Hex Right Angle Impact driver will save the day.  Yes believe it or not, Milwaukee has a new tool out and the model number is 2467.  You can get this as a bare kit or with a battery.  So let’s jump in and talk about why you are here.

Hence the name and as you can see by the picture, this tool is designed for those tight jobs.  You know the ones, the one where you swear and swear because the fastener is in sight, but you don’t have a tool.  Well now Milwaukee solved your problem.  Not only did they design a tool for tight spots, but it also has some power to tighten or loosen those stubborn fasteners.  This small M12 tool produces 600 in-lbs of torque with a variable speed trigger that is from 0-2,425 rpms.  Worried about ipm?  This tool produces 0-3,300 ipm’s.  I have to say with the paddle switch and the variable speed, it’s pretty easy to control your speed, which as you know is key in certain applications.  The tool has a 1.4″ head diameter and has the ability to use most 1″ insert bits.  So don’t worry, you don’t have to invest in any new accessories.

As you can see by the design of the tool and also the paddle switch, the user can use this tool in many different positions to get out fasteners.  The tool weighs about 2.17 lbs, so definitely not a heavy tool that will take a toll on your forearms.  As with the other Milwaukee tools, this comes with a 5 year warranty and 2 years on the battery.

All in all this is a great tool for those people who deal with hard to reach places such as a mechanic, electrician or even an HVAC guy.  I like the metal head because you know that this part of the tool will get banged around a lot and take most of the abuse.

5 COMMENTS

  1. This is a must have for anyone that is a technician. They don’t design things to be easy to fix nowadays, so you need a compact tool to get into those tight spaces. The only thing I would have like to have seen is a clutch so you don’t over tighten fasteners accidently even though this isn’t a torque monster. This is a much better option than the old M12 right angle drill which was the only option for the longest time, or one of those right angle impact adapters which have their own problems.

  2. Nice little tool, I had the m18 ordered from CPO but they cancelled it because Milwaukee DISCO’ed it, just wondering if a new m18 version is on the way… ill hold off ordering if not this little guy is coming home!

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