If you need a product that’s designed to work with larger screws and fasteners, you may need a drill driver. Drill drivers work well with heavy-duty tasks and are made to be compact and easy to use. Milwaukee offers two very similar drill drivers for your convenience, but each has a few distinct features that set it apart from the other. Let’s take a look at both, and see which one has the features that would best fit your needs!
Milwaukee 2606-20 Drill Driver
The Milwaukee 2606-20 drill driver has a cordless design for maximum maneuverability, and can deliver up to 500 inch pounds of torque for any heavy-duty task. This product also can deliver 1,800 RPM maximum, and works with 18-volt batteries. A battery and charger are not included with the product, and must be purchased separately.
This drill driver has a 1/2-inch ratcheting hook that is single sleeve, which consequently reduces slippage and increases grip with the product. The Milwaukee 2606-20 also comes with an L.E.D. light built into the product, which is designed to help you work in darker spaces or at night. This product also has variable speeds for your added control with the product.
The Milwaukee 2606-20 has a frameless 4-pole motor, which contains rare-earth magnets that add durability to the product overall. This product also comes with Redlink intelligence that defends the battery and drill driver against overloading, over-discharging, and overheating by monitoring temperature and battery-tool communication.
This drill driver has a compact design that can fit in difficult areas with ease, by being only 7-1/4 inches long. This product weighs a light 2.9 pounds, which reduces user fatigue. This product contains a brushed motor, and the product comes with a belt clip and a keyless chuck for your additional convenience.
More features of the Milwaukee 2606-20 Drill Driver
- 1,800 RPM maximum
- 1/2-inch chuck size
Milwaukee 2607-20 Hammer Drill/Driver
The Milwaukee 2607-20 hammer drill/driver carries many similar features to the previous product, including a cordless design and 500-inch pounds of torque. This product also comes with 1,800 RPM maximum, and works similarly with 18-volt batteries. This product also does not come with a battery or charger, so these must be purchased separately as with the previous product.
The Milwaukee 2607-20 also features a 1/2-inch metal chuck, as well as an L.E.D. light built into the product to make darker spaces easier to navigate. This product also comes with variable speeds for your additional convenience.
This drill driver comes with a 4-Pole motor that is frameless, as well as Redlink Intelligence for added protection and communication between the battery and the drill driver to further protect the device. The Milwaukee 2607-20, unlike the previous product, has three drilling modes: hammer drilling, driving, and drilling. This product also comes with additional durability with all-metal gear housing.
The Milwaukee 2607-20 has a similar compact design with a length of only 7-3/4 inches for easy use. This product only weighs 3.4 pounds, making it additionally easy to work with. This product also comes with a brushed motor, as well as a belt clip and keyless chuck as the previous product did.
More features of the Milwaukee 2607-20 Hammer Drill/Driver
- 1,800 RPM maximum
- 3,000 BPM maximum
- 1/2-inch chuck size
Drill drivers come with a variety of features and capabilities, but nearly all are designed to be heavy-duty and work with a variety of fasteners and materials. If you need a product that offers 500-inch pounds of torque, a maximum RPM of 1,800, variable speeds, and a 4-pole motor, then the Milwaukee 2606-20 drill driver may be for you! Alternatively, if you want all the qualities of the previous product, except the inclusion of hammering capabilities, a BPM of 3,000 maximum, and a slightly heavier weight and longer design, then the Milwaukee 2607-20 hammer drill/driver may be a better fit for your needs. Both of these products are excellent and durable, making either a great choice for your next drill driver!