Excerpt: I have mostly used the drill for drilling holes in wood and metal using bits from 3/32" to 1-1/4 diameter. Also used for #12 self tapping screws into c channel on steel buildings. Good power but any hard drilling or screw tightening causes the chuck to loosen. Sometimes several times on the same screw. It's a pita.
Pros: Compact, Ergonomic Design, Good Battery Power, Powerful
Excerpt: After 10years the set of NiCd packs for my Craftsman 19.2v 425lb/ft driver drill pooped (not bad! after a long hard life - including mixing concrete). I was worried about finding a suitably powerful replacement. The Milwaukee with it's force of 625 puts the Craftsman to shame and yet it's in a smaller more compact package. Multipurpose Driver drill that IMHO is absolutely #1 - I'm doubtful there is a better alternative. ***** Heartily recommended!
Pros: Compact, Easy To Use, Ergonomic Design, Good Battery Power, No Bit Slippage, Powerful
Excerpt: This is one tough drill. Tons of torque, but controllable torque. Smooth power curve and a tireless tool. There's not much that will bog this drill down. It has the power of a 24v drill, way above the 18v competition. Battery life has been good so far. And five stars for CPO's recon department - this thing was pretty much pristine. If it was used, it wasn't used much! All in all, I couldn't be happier.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Use, Ergonomic Design, Powerful