What’s 1.9kgs, brushless, and eats concrete for breakfast? If you said an M18 Milwaukee rotary hammer drill, you’d be close. But at this size and weight, it could only be the FUEL M12 CH – Rotary Hammer.
It looks small enough to give to your kids for christmas (which would be an awesome gift by the way, just don’t provide any bits). While this may be the most portable rotary hammer drill known to mankind, it still packs a mighty punch.
- 6mm holes in concrete; stealing candy from a baby.
- 10mm dynabolt holes in clay bricks; arm-wrestling your 4 year old niece.
- 12mm holes in concrete; not as fun as above mentioned activities, but still pretty easy.
- Easy to throw to colleagues on above floor
Other useful stats:
- Max Capacity : 16mm
- Blows per minute : 0 – 6200BPM
- Speed : 0 – 900 RPM
- Weight : 1.9 kg
- Length : 254mm
- On-tool fuel guage
We only wish it had a belt hook. Also, it has no stubby holder. We recommend getting some 4.0ah batteries with this unit. Despite being brushless, you are asking it to put holes in concete, which is traditionally a substance that resists damage fairly well.
With a street price of $270ish, if you have the M12 line and need to put in anchors regularly, this is a no-brainer. Seriously, stop reading this rubbish and go buy it, it’s amazing.