If you need a product that delivers a lot of force, you may want an impact driver. Impact drivers are great for driving fasteners and working with difficult materials. Milwaukee has two very similar impact drivers on the market right now, each with a few different features you should know about. Let’s take a look at both, and see which has the features that may work the best for you!
Milwaukee 2453-20 Impact Driver
The Milwaukee 2453-20 impact driver is designed with a Brushless motor that allows it to run cooler for longer, adding longevity to the product. This product also comes with Drive Control that offers two different fastening modes for your convenience, allowing you to get the correct power for the task at hand.
This impact driver delivers a maximum of 1,200 inch pounds of torque for your convenience. This product also comes with a smaller weight and size to help you work for longer. The Milwaukee 2453-20 features a fuel gauge to prevent sudden battery outages and minimize charge time. This product also comes with an L.E.D. light for additional use in difficult to see areas or at night.
The Milwaukee 2453-20 comes with Redlink Plus Intelligence that protects the device from overloading, over-discharging, and overheating by maximizing communication between the battery and impact driver. This product also features a cordless design to make working with the product in difficult areas much easier.
The Milwaukee 2453-20 does not come with a battery or charger, so these items must be purchased separately prior to use. This product works with the Redlithium 2.0 compact battery pack, as well as other M12 batteries. This product is designed with a 1/4 inch hex size, and additionally comes with a light weight of 2.01 pounds for additional comfort during use.
More features of the Milwaukee 2453-20 Impact Driver
- 0-3,550 no load IPM
- 0-2,650 no load RPM
- 1,200 inch pounds of peak torque
Milwaukee 2462-20 Impact Driver
The Milwaukee 2462-20 impact driver comes with a brushed motor that delivers up to 1,000 inch pounds of torque for your convenience. This product also comes with L.E.D. lighting to help you work in difficult to see areas and at night. This product features a similar onboard fuel gauge to make keeping track of your charge level much simpler and easier.
This product comes with an ambidextrous belt clip, unlike the previous product, that allows you to store the device on whichever side of your belt that suits you. This product also comes with Redlithium Technology to allow the battery and device to communicate better, in order to prevent overheating and over-discharging.
The Milwaukee 2462-20 features an ergonomic handle for additional comfort while using the product, and comes with a light weight of 1.9 pounds. This impact driver is 1/4 of an inch, and has a cordless design for additional ease of use.
The Milwaukee 2462-20 works with M12 batteries, but none are included with the product and must be purchased separately prior to use. This product also carries a no load RPM of up to 2,500. This product has a molded pistol grip to make working in difficult or wet conditions much safer and easier to navigate.
More features of the Milwaukee 2462-20 Impact Driver
- 0-3,300 no load IPM
- 0-2,500 no load RPM
- 1,000 inch pounds of peak torque
An impact driver is excellent for driving larger fasteners and providing high torque to meet a variety of jobsite needs. If you need a product that offers a brushless motor, as well as 1,200 inch pounds of torque, a no load IPM of 3,550, and a no load RPM of 0-2,650, then the Milwaukee 2453-20 is the impact driver for you. Alternatively, if you need a product that comes with a brushed motor, 1,000 inch pounds of torque, a no load IPM of 0-3,300, and a no load RPM of 0-2,500, as well as an ambidextrous belt clip, then the Milwaukee 2462-20 may be the impact driver for you. Both of these impact drivers are an excellent choice for jobsites and construction tasks!