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Milwaukee M18 Force Logic Press Tool No Jaws 2673-20

July 2, 2013

No Jaws

Milwaukee M18 Force Logic Press Tool No Jaws 2673-20

The Milwaukee M18 Force Logic Press Tool No Jaws 2673-20 tool comes with two of Milwaukee’s M18 Red lithium XC battery packs, a 30-minute charger, and a blow molded case. Milwaukee is boasting this Force Logic Press Tool line as the very smallest and lightest full sized press tool available on the market today, as it weighs in at a remarkably small total of 8.0 pounds. When taking the tool out of the box, the first thing the user will notice is that the design of the press tool is smaller than one would expect from a full sized tool. Additionally as you hold it, you can feel the superior balanced grip, as well as notice that the in-line design makes it suitable for an operator to use with just a one-handed hold.

Perks to the M18 Force Logic Press

The Force Logic Press 2673-20 has an indicator which provides the operator with continual visual assurance of  the press tool’s quality connection as they work. Additionally, Milwaukee engineered this press tool to have an amazing work-ability with an industry leading 40,000 cycles between calibration inspections. Also, virtually no downtime is needed as the user can work longer and harder before having to stop and adjust the tool. Another great feature of this tool is that it has interchangeable jaws that enable the operator to make quick adjustments on the 2673-20, from 1/2″ – 2″, plus, the press tools rings enable use from up to 4″  if needed. The press force of this tool is 7.2 pounds, with a cycle time of approximately 5 seconds in duration. The length of the press tool is 16.8″ and the width is 4.8″ with jaw sizes measuring in at ½”, ¾”, 1″, 1 ¼”, 1 ½”, 2” as well as ring sizes available to use at 2 ½”, 3”, 4”. A warranty on the tool is available for 5 years and the Jaws are under warranty for 2 years.

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