Milwaukee 9072-22 – 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench with 6 Sockets



Milwaukee MIL9072-22 Summary

The big brother of the Milwaukee range

Product Summary

The Milwaukee 9072-22 is the bigger brother to the 9070-20. It boasts most of the features of the 20 but with added durability and reliability that is achieved from a slightly redesigned mechanism that delivers a greater operating torque range and smoother operation thus creating less wear and tear in the internal mechanisms of the toolIt is a 1/2 inch square drive impact wrench and includes a set of six socket and a convenient carrying case to keep the tool secure. The 7.0 Amp motor is powerful enough to deliver a head speed of 1,800 RPM. It hits the scales at a weight of just 6.0 lbs whilst delivering 300 foot-pounds of torque which gives this wrench an excellent weight-to-power ratio. This model features a QUIK-LOK® cord and pin-detent system to securely retain sockets or adapters. The ergonomically shaped handle and soft cushioned grip create a well-balanced and controllable feel.

Milwaukee MIL9072-22 Specifications

  • 300 foot-pounds of torque – shaves time off of your work
  • Powerful 7.0 amp motor
  • Operating speed range of 600-1800 RPM
  • AC-only variable speed reversing switch with speed setting dial
  • 10-foot quik-lok 2-wire cord
  • Limited warranty

The Consensus on Milwaukee’s big brother

The jury is out on the Milwaukee 9070-22. It claims to be a better all round product than the 9070-20 which makes us ask why Milwaukee would enter two products that are so similar into the same market. All that we can find as being different between the two is a slightly altered drive system and a more durable casing. Milwaukee are certain that this is worth a $40 difference in price between the two tools but we are not convinced.

The advice from Trusted Tool Advisor is to spend the extra 15% and purchase the DeWalt DW-292K model which is a better branded name and has better features.

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