Milwaukee offers new 12-volt tools

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Milwaukee Tool is introducing the next generation of its M12 Fuel 12-volt cordless line with a redesigned 1/2" drill/driver, 1/2" hammer drill, and 1/4” hex impact driver.

“Milwaukee Tool revolutionized the professional power tool market when we first created the 12-volt sub-compact space with the introduction of the M12 system. We set the industry benchmark even higher when we launched our M12 Fuel drilling and driving solutions in 2013,” Cole Conrad, the company’s director of product marketing, said in a statement.

“By pairing our newest cordless technologies with design features born from our user-driven research, we’re setting the industry standard once again with our newest generation of M12 drilling and fastening products, designed to provide users with power and portability like they’ve never experienced before with a sub-compact solution.”

For more, visit www.milwaukeetool.com.

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