Milwaukee M12 Palm Nailer Kit 2458-21 Preview
It didn’t take long for us to be amazed at the power and efficiency of Milwaukee’s new M12 Palm Nailer when we saw it at the company’s 2010 Press Event. The tool is literally a 12V lithium-ion powered palm nailer that can drive 12D and 16D nails into 2×4 studs flush without any problems – we know because we demoed it and were just as surprised as anyone reading this article. It hits hard, and nails flush. The Milwaukee M12 Palm Nailer Kit 2458-21 provides a portable solution to professional nailing applications without the hassle of an air compressor or hose. It also makes a joke out of those cordless 12V autohammers made by Craftsman and Ryobi. For whatever reason, this palm nailer hits hard, while those other tools come off feeling like they couldn’t do more than hang a picture with a finish nail.
Milwaukee M12 Palm Nailer Kit 2458-21 Features
The compact size takes the Milwaukee M12 Palm Nailer places that are unreachable by a tradition nail gun, while the powerful impacting mechanism handles the most difficult of tasks. The M12 Palm Nailer also features an on-board fuel gauge, LED worklight, and a convenient hand strap to ensure the highest level of safety and productivity for the user.
- 6D -16D Magnetic Collet – Industrial Magnetic Collet securely holds framing nails for one-handed use
- All Metal Gear Housing – Handles tough jobsite conditions
- Palm Style Ergonomics – Delivers Superior comfort and control
- Powerful Mechanism – Delivers 2.2 ft/lbs of Blow Energy
- LED Light – Illuminates work Surface
- Compatibility – Works with both M12 Batteries and 25+ M12 Tools
- Voltage: 12V (M12)
- BPM: 2700
- Blow Energy: 2.2 ft/lbs
- Collet Capacity: 6D-16D
- Dimensions: 6.5″ H x 7.5″ L x 2.5″ W
- Weight: 3.4 lbs
- LED Light
- Battery: 1 x RedLithium
- Magnetic Tip
- Tool Bag
- Hand Strap
- Warranty:5 years
This is one impressive tool that we expect to see flying off the shelves, especially for those who already own M12 tools.With a cordless palm nailer that works, strap nailing, or getting into tight spaces where normal air nailers can’t reach just became a lot easier.