Best Product – Milwaukee Ratchets are Now Available

Milwaukee Ratchet

Milwaukee’s full-polish 90-tooth ratchets are now available for open stock purchase, meaning you can buy them individually and not just as part of a set.

Available in 1/4″ and 3/8″ drive sizes, the new ratchets have 90 teeth, for a 4° swing arc. A slim profile and flush directional lever helps with accessibility in tighter spaces.

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Milwaukee says that their new ratchets allows users to access their work in tighter spaces whether is under the hood of a car or the middle of a remodel.

  • 3/8″ ratchet is 8.5″ long, 0.9″ wide, 1.25″ tall, and weighs 0.78 lbs (model 48-22-9038)
  • 1/4″ ratchet is 6″ long, 0.8″ wide, 1″ tall, and weighs 0.28 lbs (model 48-22-9014)

Price: $40 for 3/8″, $30 for $1/4″

Buy Now(3/8″ ratchet via Home Depot)
Buy Now(1/4″ ratchet via Home Depot)
Compare(Gearwrench 84T via Amazon)

Milwaukee Chrome Finish Socket Set

Of course, if you want a new socket set, you have that option as well.

Buy Now(Milwaukee socket sets via Home Depot)

First Thoughts

The general design appeals to me, but I haven’t been interested enough to request or purchase review samples yet. Still, I think that Milwaukee has done right to offer the ratchets individually. With their first swivel-head ratchet and socket set, featured here, that ratchet was only available as part of the kit.

No quick release button? That’s okay; some of my favorite ratchets lack quick release buttons. If you want a quick socket release function, there are plenty others to choose from.

Milwaukee’s sockets are the stars of their sets, but I think the ratchets look decent. If I were in the market for 90-tooth ratchets, these would likely be on my shortlist, but there’s a lot of competition.

Would you buy one of these ratchets?