Excerpt: This drill will go through a 6" carring timber with a 2 1/2" bit. and not just once on charge,but make sure you use low gear and set clutch to highest level. I broke the side handle( and almost a finger) when it was drilling and caught a joist,Just as much torque as my M/W right angle.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Ergonomic Design, Powerful
Summary: I mainly bought this drill for the purpose of drilling holes in the ice for ice fishing so I have'nt had a chance to use it yet. I currantly own another make with Ni-MH batteries but they don't hold up in cold weather. These drills are very expensive but I got a great deal on E-bay.
Summary: Buyer beware. Milwaukee Tools was acquired by Hong Kong based Techtronic Industries from Atlas Copco in 2005. Techtronic is a public company traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. "Milwaukee" is now part of the Techtronic brand that includes Ryobi power tools and accessories; Ryobi Homelite outdoor...
Excerpt: Once again, Milwaukee impresses me with their tools. The 2610 is absolutely fantastic. I've used it in home construction, electrical work, and everyday "around the house" work. I've yet to find a job, short of needing a hammer drill, that it couldn't handle.
Pros: Did I mention powerful, Durable, Powerful, Short Charge Time, Versatile, Very powerful
Excerpt: We use these drills in our fabrication and assembly areas. They have proven to be very reliable and the chuck grips drill bits better than other major brands that we tried. If a issue should occur, Milwaukee's on-line repair service is easy to use and turnaround is phenomenal.
Excerpt: We have bought six drills, one had a trigger switch failure shortly after putting into service but Milwaukee warranty repaired and returned it in three business days. Filing for warranty claim was fast [...] awesome service!
Pros: Easy To Use, Ergonomic Design, Good battery life, Good Battery Power, High toque, No Bit Slippage, Powerful