Milwaukee M12 Cordless 3/8" In. Ratchet 12-Volt Lithium-Ion 2457-20 | DIY Auto Repair Tools Review

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This is a comprehensive review & demo video on Milwaukee M12 Cordless 3/8" Inch Drive 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Sub-Compact Ratchet with variable speed trigger Model #2457-20 by young mechanic Aiman. In short, here's the verdict. Amazing, incredible, nice, powerful, compact, durable, easy to use, comfortable, indispensable....a no-brainer, inexpensive, time-saving tool...just to name a few...a must for professionals and DIY amateurs alike.

Product Overview & Description:

Sub-compact ratchet with best-in-class power, speed and durability. Compact and powerful, the Milwaukee M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 3/8 in. Ratchet is only 10-3/4 in. long and weighs only 1.9 lbs., making it an ideal fastening solution for automotive mechanics and maintenance and repair professionals who demand maximum performance and convenient portability. The M12 Cordless 3/8" Lithium-Ion Ratchet is the ideal tool for auto mechanics, maintenance and repair professionals looking for maximum performance and productivity in a subcompact cordless tool.

The compact low profile head and cordless design allow easy accessibility into the tightest of spaces or engine bays, while the powerful 12-Volt motor produces up to 35 ft. lbs. of torque and 250 RPM, giving users the power and speed of a pneumatic ratchet without the hassle of an air hose or compressor. It is powered by the M12 REDLITHIUM. Battery Pack (sold separately), which delivers more work per charge and more work over pack life than the competitors, as well as best-in-class performance in extreme job site conditions.

Featuring a variable speed metal trigger and reinforced steel housing for ample control and durability, this ratchet can withstand daily jobsite wear and tear for years of reliable use.

Here are some of the features and specifications of this amazing tool:

Compact low-profile head design for easy use in tight spaces
Powerful 12-Volt motor delivers up to 35 ft. lbs. of torque
Superior fastening speed at 250 RPM, with variable-speed trigger for greater control
Variable speed metal trigger for greater control
On-board fuel gauge displays remaining run time. Helps you monitor the charge precisely for less downtime on the job
Built-in LED light: Illuminates work surfaces in dark locations
Reinforced steel housing for added durability and strong cranking force
Includes: one M12 cordless 3/8 in. lithium-ion ratchet (2457-20)
Battery and charger not included
Compatible with all M12 batteries
5-year limited tool warranty
REDLITHIUM™ Battery Technology: Superior pack construction, electronics, and performance deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market
REDLINK™ Intelligence: Provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
RECESSED FORWARD - BACKWARD SWITCH on the back of the head prevents you from accidental actuations in the middle of an important job
LOW PROFILE HEAD DESIGN allows you to work in an engine bay without issue

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Where To Buy: Home Depot, CPO, Acme, Northern Tools, Zoro, Ace, Grainger,, Ebay, local hardware stores and online retailers and marketplaces. In addition to bare tools, also available in combo kit (i.e with 2 2.0h batteries).

Here are some of the rave reviews on this product:

This ratchet is quickly becoming one of my favorite tools! It's compact, has more torque than you'd think, and I love that you can manually ratchet with it to break a nut/bolt loose. It makes working on anything mechanical soooooo much faster.

Product is of the best quality! Indispensable for auto mechanic work. More torque than you expect and battery lasts longer than expected as well. Works almost anywhere a manual ratchet does. This little ratchet is amazing it is not a joke.

The cordless tools are the best things to come along in a long time. When I started to look for a cordless ratchet, price and respectable name brand where the 2 most important factors. I tried the Snap On and Mac cordless ratchets. The physical size of both are twice the size of the Milwaukee and 4 times the price. I wanted a cordless ratchet to get into small places and this one I feel is the best on the market.

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