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

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Neovingian wrote: finally bit the bullet and got this w impact wrench as i'm not sure the Milwuakee deals will get better than this for a while. better than keeping my single battery impact wrench combo for 299, in the long run i'm better off with higher capacity batteries and rapid charger,
which items did u get and how much was the final price? tia...im looking for an impact wrench combo with hi capacity batteries! tia
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mikka2017 wrote: which items did u get and how much was the final price? tia...im looking for an impact wrench combo with hi capacity batteries! tia
I got the mid impact wrench with the 2 batteries & rapid charger it was $399 + tax, I have buddy who owns both the high and mid torque impact wrench and says the hi-torque heavy and overkill for most my most household needs and to take lug nuts off a car.
It also made sense for me as I have quite a few M18 tools. I also had it shipped directly to my house as most stores didn't have much inventory.
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mikka2017 wrote: which items did u get and how much was the final price? tia...im looking for an impact wrench combo with hi capacity batteries! tia
Why not look at the first post with all the info instead of constantly asking stupid questions? Tia
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gokeeper wrote: Looks like this promotion was pulled, too bad, was going to get the sander.
I think it ended yesterday but was OOS everywhere anyway. I think even the $280 M18 deal is dead already? And that one just started I thought? Guess will have to wait a few days to see if August brings any tool deals, Milwaukee or otherwise. I'm thinking it's time for a new Ridgid deal but who knows, might be October for that.
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ES_Revenge wrote: I think it ended yesterday but was OOS everywhere anyway. I think even the $280 M18 deal is dead already? And that one just started I thought? Guess will have to wait a few days to see if August brings any tool deals, Milwaukee or otherwise. I'm thinking it's time for a new Ridgid deal but who knows, might be October for that.
Ridgid is usually mid-August to early Septembre but we never know with this Covid thing.
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ES_Revenge wrote: I think it ended yesterday but was OOS everywhere anyway. I think even the $280 M18 deal is dead already? And that one just started I thought? Guess will have to wait a few days to see if August brings any tool deals, Milwaukee or otherwise. I'm thinking it's time for a new Ridgid deal but who knows, might be October for that.
All the deals started at the same time iirc. The "lower bracket" of both the M12 and M18 just had more stock because the batteries weren't nearly as interesting.
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Corazu wrote: All the deals started at the same time iirc. The "lower bracket" of both the M12 and M18 just had more stock because the batteries weren't nearly as interesting.
Yep both started at same time.
Actually they had displays with the tools and batteries for a couple weeks before without the promo for the free tools!

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