Milwaukee 2313-21 M12 Cordless Digital Inspection Camera

  • Mfr/Brand Name:

    Milwaukee
  • Mfr Number:

    2313-21
  • Rexel Part Number:

    619405
  • UPC:

    045242192199

Digital Inspection Camera, M12, M-Spector 360, Cordless, Display: 2.7" High-Resolution LCD, Camera Head Diameter: 0.35", Resolution: 640 x 480, Flexible Cable Length: 3', Includes: (1) M12 Lithium Battery, 30 Minute Charger, Hook, Magnet, Mirror, Carrying

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Mfr / Brand Milwaukee

Mfr Part # 2313-21

Rexel Part # 619405

UPC 045242192199

UNSPSC 45121521

Type Kit

Volts DC 12

Milwaukee 2313-21 M12 Cordless Digital Inspection Camera is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Enough For Quick, Simple Evaluation Using this to look inside a operating gas furnace (blower compartment) to locate a rattling/loose component making noise. It worked well for that. But I would keep expectations low. This is the only one I could pick up off the shelf, same day, in the local big box retail store. If you have time to track down the other higher level product offerings by Milwaukee, it would be worth the time to research. I needed something quick...
Date published: 2014-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great New Tool - New And Improved I love the fact that the head rotates 270 degrees. I also like that the camera head is only 9mm in diameter. Milwaukee hit it out of the park with this new tool.
Date published: 2012-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "The M-Spector just got better" The new M-Spector 360 is a great improvement over the older models. With the small 9mm head and the display that can be rotated 270 degrees, this is just what the doctor ordered for my day to day HVAC service operations and inspections.
Date published: 2012-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT FOR PLUMBERS The lens is a tiny FLAT glass with a small metal rim that PROTRUDES about 1/16" around the rim of the lens, like a tiny 9 mm bowl with a 1/16" rim. What do you think is going to happen when you introduce that little bowl into a sewer? It fills up with poop or anything else stuck to the walls of the drain. Oh and that black slime in the sink drain, it fits nicely in that tiny bowl too.
Date published: 2012-12-11
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