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Milwaukee M28 28-Volt 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill Kit 0726-22

August 2, 2013

Equipped with a High Power Motor

Milwaukee M28 28-Volt 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill Kit 0726-22

The Milwaukee 0726-22 M28 28-Volt 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill Kit is built with Milwaukee’s high powered motor, that rips through your projects with raw power that delivers an enormous 750 inches, per pounds of maximum torque to provide absolutely superior results. Running on a high, this hammer drill generates 0-450/0-1800 rpm’s, ultimately securing it’s place as the professional’s ideal power tool when it comes to drilling larger holes, or driving larger screws even faster.

Powered with Revolutionary Batteries

The Milwaukee 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill Kit 0726-22 is powered by the revolutionary 28 Volt Milwaukee LITHIUM-ION battery pack, which is only exclusively available from the Milwaukee brand. In addition, this particular hammer drill has up to two times the run-time of the latter models to keep you working longer and stronger as it provides consistent fade free power.

Comfortable and Easy to Utilize

The 0726-22 Hammerdrill comes standard with a 1/2 inch all-metal, single-sleeve, ratcheting chuck that is constructed with all carbide jaws. These jaws aid in  keeping bits from falling out of the hammer drill as well as aid in preventing drill bit slippage while the hammer drill is being employed. Furthermore, the 0726-22 demonstrates a great dedication to ergonomics as the engineers added a comfortable non-slip, soft-grip handle, which reduces the overall vibration of the tool, ultimately leading to less user fatigue.

Inclusions in the Kit

The M28 Cordless 28 Volt 1/2 in. Hammer-Drill is a great kit to invest in as it comes with two  28V LITHIUM-ION batteries, the 48-11-2830, a one hour charger – 48-59-2819, a side handle, and a number 2 phillips bit.

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