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Promoted 07-27-2016 by brisar at 12:32 PM View Original Post
CPO Commerce via eBay has a few Deals on Milwaukee Power Tools. Shipping is free. Thanks jbh98

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Edited August 4, 2016 at 07:48 AM by jersharocks
CPO Commerce via Ebay has some deals on Milwaukee

Milwaukee M18 Compact Brushless Hammer Drill & Impact Combo Kit 2799-82CX Refurb - $159.99 - Link [ebay.com] - no longer available

Milwaukee M18 18V Li-Ion 1/2" Drill Driver Kit 2606-22CT Refurbished - $89.99
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Milwaukee M18 18V Li-Ion 2-Tool Combo Kit 2691-22 Refurbished - $134.99
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Smoking hot.
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Wait - Milwaukee makes brushless tools that are not 'Fuel' branded? So what's the difference?

CPO has had refurb 18v Fuel combo kits for $199 - trying to decide if there is a difference.
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I got a set myself. Was waiting for the brushless to go on sale!!!!
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Quote from jdsmn21 View Post :
Wait - Milwaukee makes brushless tools that are not 'Fuel' branded? So what's the difference?

CPO has had refurb 18v Fuel combo kits for $199 - trying to decide if there is a difference.
Yes, they were only just released last year and are intended to be positioned between the brushed M18 and the M18 Fuel brushless tools.

I believe these have similar power ratings to the brushed tools, but have the benefit of increased runtime due to the brushless motors. Fuel will still be Milwaukee's top of the line.
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Quote from jdsmn21 View Post :
Wait - Milwaukee makes brushless tools that are not 'Fuel' branded? So what's the difference?

CPO has had refurb 18v Fuel combo kits for $199 - trying to decide if there is a difference.
Too be honest if your just an average DIYER/Homeowner Go with the M18s. If your a contractor then get the Fuel
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I am confused by the brushless kit warranty terms - is it 1 Year Limited or 5 year? Product page mentions both.
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Too be honest if your just an average DIYER/Homeowner Go with the M18s. If your a contractor then get the Fuel
Thanks! On on the fence with this one...

I'd really like to find the M12 Fuel combo on sale. I think I'd appreciate the lighter weight and smaller size, but still have as much torque as my old 12v NiCd Dewalt. I could also do without the 'hammer' function of the hammerdrill.
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Quote from jdsmn21 View Post :
Wait - Milwaukee makes brushless tools that are not 'Fuel' branded? So what's the difference?

CPO has had refurb 18v Fuel combo kits for $199 - trying to decide if there is a difference.
- The Fuel comes with 1/2" Hammer Drill (2604) with side grab handle, while this has the 'compact' hammer dill (2702) with no handle and less than half the torque (500 lbs vs 1200 lbs)
- The Fuel comes with 2653 Impact Driver that has three modes, while this has the 2750 Impact Driver with single mode. There is a small difference in torque also.
- The Fuel kit comes with TWO 4.0AH XC batteries, while this has one regular 2.0 Ah battery and one 4.0 Ah XC battery
- The Fuel kit comes with a hard case while this one canvas carrying case

If you need the additional torque and the bigger battery, then the Fuel is probably worth the extra $$s. Otherwise this Brushless kit is a great deal.

I got the Fuel kit last year, and I think that having one big and one small battery is actually preferable for my use. It gets tiring to handle the tools with those big batteries attached.

OTOH, the 500 lbs of torque seems kind of limited for a Hammer Drill. The drill from the Fuel kit is unstoppable, just runs through everything I have used it on - but make sure you have a good grip or it can twist your wrist real bad.

Quote from cromo View Post :
I am confused by the brushless kit warranty terms - is it 1 Year Limited or 5 year? Product page mentions both.
All Milwaukee refurbs have only one year warranty. That "5-year tool warranty" line must be a cut-n-paste error. But hey, check with them, if it is indeed 5-year then this is a smoking hot deal.
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Last edited by arkaaya July 27, 2016 at 12:22 PM
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I am confused by the brushless kit warranty terms - is it 1 Year Limited or 5 year? Product page mentions both.
1 year full 5 year limited. limited warranties dont cover much stuff
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1 year full 5 year limited. limited warranties dont cover much stuff
Thanks. Is this different (worse) than the non-refurb kit's warranty?
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Thanks. Is this different (worse) than the non-refurb kit's warranty?
no same warranty
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Quote from jdsmn21 View Post :
Wait - Milwaukee makes brushless tools that are not 'Fuel' branded? So what's the difference?

CPO has had refurb 18v Fuel combo kits for $199 - trying to decide if there is a difference.
The real difference between the M18 Brushless and Fuel is mainly the Interstate Motors. It's got a much better Motor Internally
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