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Free tools with Milwaukee Tool M18 18V HIGH OUTPUT Starter Kit $399

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Feb 28, 2016
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just9038 wrote: Has anyone one here used the vacuum?

I want to grab it for small jobs but I also know it’s a almost 10yr old design.
Interested in the vacuum also.
Newbie
Dec 21, 2018
80 posts
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just9038 wrote: Has anyone one here used the vacuum?

I want to grab it for small jobs but I also know it’s a almost 10yr old design.
Vacuum works great but make sure you have lots of batteries as it goes through them in no time.
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Jul 27, 2015
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Vegas Golden Knights…
The vacumm works great. Make sure you have a 6.0 or higher in their. 5.0 or less. Won't last

One last thing. Its loud!
Jr. Member
Oct 28, 2019
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Layhe86 wrote: Vacuum works great but make sure you have lots of batteries as it goes through them in no time.
I have a bunch of 5.0s - just want something to quickly vacuum up dust from drilling holes in drywall, or for cleaning up after removing exterior window caulking - nothing heavy duty
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Jul 27, 2015
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just9038 wrote: I have a bunch of 5.0s - just want something to quickly vacuum up dust from drilling holes in drywall, or for cleaning up after removing exterior window caulking - nothing heavy duty
5.0 would be perfect then. Its loud btw
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Jan 12, 2004
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Damnit, I shouldnt have replied to this thread. Ended up buying the kit and returning the impact wrench to get those sweet batteries.
Newbie
Jun 12, 2020
98 posts
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I got the wet/dry vacuum and it's the new version with the hose that goes inside fully.

Worth getting if you have Milwaukee stuff. The accessories are stored inside so they'll never drop out. It also has a HEPA filter.

I would skip if you're Ryobi, Ridgid, or don't plan on getting Milwaukee stuff. The Ryobi is almost as good with the same compact setup except accessories are stored on the outside. Ridgid's vacuum is one of the best.
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Jan 12, 2004
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just9038 wrote: Has anyone one here used the vacuum?

I want to grab it for small jobs but I also know it’s a almost 10yr old design.
They actually slightly updated the design not too long ago as this is the v2.



I'm tempted to grab one too. Ugh I hate this site.
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Jul 27, 2015
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Mr Snuff wrote: They actually slightly updated the design not too long ago as this is the v2.





I'm tempted to grab one too. Ugh I hate this site.
Its when you start to YouTube items. That becomes guaranteed purchase
Jr. Member
Oct 28, 2019
172 posts
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Excellent - I’m going to grab the vacuum tomorrow and return the batteries

Thanks guys!
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Aug 26, 2008
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Barrie
Oh I should not have read this thread...oh boy. My wallet may take a beating this month
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Nov 17, 2009
2133 posts
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Hamilton, ON
Got the Vac and the Grinder today. No questions asked on the return which was immediately after the purchase. Interested in the sander and jigsaw but need to exercise some self control.
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Funny cause. I wanted the Mid Torque Wrench. I said no. Then guess what. Today I was about to fill a suv tire. The cap seized. So I used l pliers to get more grip. Then the inside of the valve breaks off and air is rushing out.

The wrench would have been nice. But the tool that came with the car was just as good.

Saved myself few bills. Made me realized I dont need the wrench
Jr. Member
Oct 28, 2019
172 posts
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Picked up the vac today.

Returned the batteries without any issues.

My initial impression of it is pretty good, I don’t love the all-plastic clips, but the hose and switch feel durable and it works well enough to vacuum up crud from my projects.

Thanks for posting this deal OP!
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Nov 17, 2009
2133 posts
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Hamilton, ON
Didn't realize there was a formula. Heres the Promo breakdown.

$149 Package
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48-59-2420SPC M12 (2) 2.0Ah CP Battery Packs, Charger & Bag (Lowest Price 79.86 w/ Oscillating Tool or Hackzall)

2426-20 M12 Oscillating Tool - $129 -> 69.14
2460-20 M12 Rotary Tool - $89 -> 55.72
2420-20 M12 Hackzall (Non-Fuel) - $129 -> 69.14
2364-20 M12 Rover Light 1000 Lumen - $109 - 62.95

$199 Package
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48-59-2442SPC M12 (2) 4.0Ah CP Battery Packs, Charger & Bag (Lowest Price 113.80 w/ Jig Saw)

2475-20 M12 Compact Inflator - $109 -> 70.43
2457-20 M12 3/8″ Ratchet $119 -> 74.47
2447-20-20 M12 T50 Stapler $139 -> 81.87
2445-20 M12 Jig Saw - $149 -> 85.20

$279 Package
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48-59-1850TPC M18 (1) 5.0 Ah Battery, (1) 2.0 Ah Battery, Charger & Bag (Lowest Price 181.87 w/ Wet/Dry Vac)

2648-20 M18 Random Orbit Sander $99 -> 73.07
0880-20 M18 Wet/Dry Vac - $149 -> 97.13
2890-20 M18 Radio $99 -> 73.07
2621-20 M18 Sawzall $129 -> 88.21

$399 Package
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48-59-1880RCC M18 (1) 8.0 Ah, Battery (1) 6.0 Ah Battery, Rapid Charger & Bag (Lowest Price 234.81 w/ Impact Wrench)

2860-20 M18 FUEL Mid Torque 1/2 Pin Impact Wrench $279 -> 164.19
2631-20 M18 7-1/4" Brushless Circular Saw $229 -> 145.50
2780-20 M18 FUEL 4-1/2 Grinder $249 -> 153.32
2737-20 M18 FUEL Jig Saw $249 -> 153.32
Last edited by rob187 on Jul 6th, 2020 10:30 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Oct 2, 2013
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Montreal
rob187 wrote: Anyone interested in helping fill out the blanks for the M12 deals? Scanning items @ self-checkout shows the max refund value. I'll go first with the Jig Saw @ 85.20 making the battery kit $113.80.



$199 Package
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48-59-2442SPC M12 (2) 4.0Ah CP Battery Packs, Charger & Bag

2475-20 M12 Compact Inflator - $109 -> ?
2457-20 M12 3/8″ Ratchet $119 -> ?
2447-20-20 M12 T50 Stapler $139 -> ?
2445-20 M12 Jig Saw - $149 -> 85.20

$149 Package
----------------------
48-59-2420SPC M12 (2) 2.0Ah CP Battery Packs, Charger & Bag

2426-20 M12 Oscillating Tool - $129 -> ?
2460-20 M12 Rotary Tool - $89 -> ?
2420-20 M12 Hackzall (Non-Fuel) - $129 -> ?
2364-20 M12 Rover Light 1000 Lumen - $109 - ?
Why don't you calculate it yourself?

For example the $199 Package with the compact inflator will be $70.43
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Dec 18, 2017
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eklips wrote: M12 should be enough unless you already have the M18 system. Personally I dislike pin detent anvils.
Sounds like something AvE would say! Love that guy.
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Nov 17, 2009
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Hamilton, ON
SquadG wrote: Why don't you calculate it yourself?

For example the $199 Package with the compact inflator will be $70.43
Didn't realize it was just a basic calculation. Updated my post.
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Oct 2, 2013
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rob187 wrote: Didn't realize it was just a basic calculation. Updated my post.
Glad you found it :) most people would just give up ahah

Thanks for the numbers, hopefully it help someone
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Nov 24, 2015
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Durham Region
antiflux wrote: The rapid chargers are much faster. I have both and it is less than half the time to fully charge my 12ah battery.
Just got the 399 kit. Does your rapid charger get really hot and smells like burning electronics??

Charged up both 6 and 8ah batteries no problem but the heat definitely bothered me

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