Manufacturer: Milwaukee

Get hands-on with the latest Milwaukee Tool reviews including their FUEL brushless tools, plumbing tools, electricians tools, hand tools, and accessories. We take them on the job site and in the PTR lab for in-depth testing and head-to-head comparisons. Our latest reviews include the updated Milwaukee M12 Fuel brushless drill and impact driver which reduce both size and weight. We even cover hand tools like the new Milwaukee tape measure and Milwaukee chalk reel. For their power tool line, the Milwaukee M18 FUEL Hackzall remains one of our favorites as does the Milwaukee M18 Rocket Dual Pack Tower Light. Hands-on Milwaukee Tool Reviews Below, you’ll find the latest Milwaukee Tool reviews which cover everything released in their annual media event and more. Some of their strongest and more powerful tools use the new Milwaukee High Demand 9.0 Ah battery. You’ll see it on SDS Max rotary hammers as well as their new line of outdoor power equipment tools. For great deals on Milwaukee Tools, click here.

Milwaukee M12 Right Angle Drilling

Milwaukee M12 Right Angle Drill Kit Review 2415-21

The 2415-21 Milwaukee M12 3/8″ Right Angle Drill Kit makes it easy to drill holes and install fasteners in tight spaces thanks to its compact head size, a 3/8″ ratcheting chuck and a locking spindle. Milwaukee is all about making certain tasks easier and this drill is ideally suited for cabinet installers, furniture builders and anyone else that has to work in confined spaces.

Milwaukee 2590-20 M12 Radio Review

Milwaukee 2590-20 M12 Radio Review

The 2590-20 Milwaukee M12 Radio offers big sound in a small package thanks to features like a digital tuner, a built in MP3 player storage pocket and a sturdy design that can take job site abuse. This radio can operate with either the compact Milwaukee 12 volt Lithium-ion batteries or the included 120V A/C adapter.

Milwaukee Rasping Jab Drywall Saw Preview

Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw Preview

Milwaukee introduced a new Rasping Jab Saw (Drywall Saw) as part of its new line of hand tool products. Eliminating the need for separate rasping and reaming tools, the new saw utilizes grating holes along the side of the blade to rapidly expand holes or smooth rough edges of sheetrock or drywall after a cut has been made.