Milwaukee M18 Fuel Blind Rivet Tool w/ One-Key 2660-22CT

It was just a couple of years ago that Milwaukee introduced their first powered rivet gun with their M12 Rivet tool and now 2021 is off to a good start with a new powered rivet gun, this time as an 18 volt power tool with the Milwaukee M18 Fuel blind rivet tool with One-Key model 2660-22CT .

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Being a Fuel branded power tool, you know it’s packing a brushless motor. According to Milwaukee it’s rated for up to 4,500 lbs (20kN) of pulling force for high strength blind rivets. It’s also rated to be able to install up to (900) 3/16” aluminum or (500) ¼” aluminum blind rivets in a single charge with the bundled 2.0ah battery in kit form. It comes with a set of four retention nose pieces (3/16”, 7/32”, 1/4”, and 9/32”) along with on board storage for all nose pieces and the included wrench for changing it’s nose pieces. These are stored on the front knuckle guard. Above them is the built in LED light for help in low light situations. In the rear of the tool is the rivet waste piece collector. It also includes One-Key functionality for the ability to track, manage, and secure the rivet tool. A protective boot is also available to protect the front end of the tool and an available 6” extension allows users to install rivets in hard to reach applications.

Milwaukee says that this rivet tool is 50% faster and delivers up to 3X longer life versus competitive cordless rivet tools although no specific competitors models were mentioned so as always view marketing statements with a grain of salt.

Milwaukee states that this model will launch in March 2021 with a launch price of $799 for the Bare Tool, and $999 for the Kit with two compact 2.0ah batteries, stock charger, and tool bag.

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ (2660-22CT)

  • Pull Force: 4,500 lbs. (20kN)
  • Stroke Length: 1.18”
  • Rivet Sizes: 3/16” (4.8 mm), 7/32” (6.0 mm), ¼” (6.4 mm), and 9/32” (7.0 mm)
  • Rivet Material: Aluminum, steel, and stainless steel
  • Height (w/battery): 10.8 in.
  • Width: 2.5 in.
  • Length: 12.5 in.
  • Nose Reach: 3.13 in.
  • Weight (w/ battery): 5.6 lbs.
  • Includes M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™, (2) M18™ REDLITHIUM™ CP2.0 Battery Packs, Multi-Voltage Charger, (4) Retention Nose Pieces: 3/16” (4.8 mm), 7/32” (6.0 mm), ¼” (6.4 mm), and 9/32” (7.0 mm), Belt Clip, Nose Pieces Wrench, Mandrel Collector, Hanging Ring & Contractor Bag.
  • *Also available as a Bare Tool (2660-20)

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ Jaw Set (49-16-2660JS)

  • MSRP: $39

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ Protective Boot (49-16-2660B)

  • MSRP: $44

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ Retention Nose Pieces 4-Pack (49-16-2660RP)

  • MSRP: $39

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ Non-Retention Nose Pieces 4-Pack (49-16-2660NR)

  • MSRP: $39

M18 FUEL™ ¼” Blind Rivet Tool w/ONE-KEY™ 6” Extension(49-16-2660EXT)

  • MSRP: $79


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