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Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18V Cordless Tools w/ M18 9.0Ah Starter Kit EXPIRED

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CPO Outlets.com has select Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18V Lithium Cordless Tools w/ M18 9.0Ah Starter Kit (various tools) on sale listed below. Save an additional 15% off Milwaukee Tools on orders $75 or more (automatically discounted when you add the items to cart). Shipping is free (on orders $199+).Thanks Vector

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Offer valid through February 20, 2018 on select Milwaukee Tools over $75 or more. Max discount of $50 per customer. Offer not valid on reconditioned, open box, or certified items. Limit one discount per customer - Discombobulated

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CPO Outlets has the Milwaukee M18 Fuel Starter Kits for $249 plus 15% off for Presidents Day and free ship over $199. This makes it $211.65 delivered for the tool you choose, a 9.0Ah battery, and a combo M12/M18 charger. Looks like the 15% off is good until 11:59pm Eastern Time tomorrow, Febuary 20th, 2018.

Milwaukee 48-59-1890PS M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw with M18 9.0Ah Starter Kit​
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...lt,pd.html

Milwaukee 48-59-1890PC M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium Ion Brushless Cordless 7 1/4 in. Circular Saw with M18 18-Volt 9.0Ah Starter Kit
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...lt,pd.html

Milwaukee 48-59-1890PG M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 4-1/2 in./5 in. Grinder Paddle Switch No-Lock W/ M18 9.0Ah Starter Kit​
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwaukee-48-59-1890pg-m18-fuel-18-volt-lithium-ion-cordless-4-1-2-in--5-in--grinder-paddle-switch-no-lock-w--m18-9-0ah-starter-kit/miln48-59-1890pg,default,pd.html​ [cpooutlets.com]

Seems like a fairly good deal. There was a popular deal last year posted by PowerPC that was just $249 without the President's Day 15% discount.

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Good deal.

FYI the deal I posted was last year ;-)
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The grinder seems to be the 2780 which doesn't have the electric brake and tool-free disc changes if that matters to anyone. 2783 has those.
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Good deal.

FYI the deal I posted was last year ;-)
Haha, I must have glazed over the year when searching to see if had been posted before. I updated the original post. Thanks for the correction.
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3rd link is angle grinder not sawzall
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The grinder seems to be the 2780 which doesn't have the electric brake and tool-free disc changes if that matters to anyone. 2783 has those.
I have the 2783. the braking feature and tool-free disc changes are a huge convenience. No more waiting for grinder to spin down before putting tool down. Not having to track down disc changing wrench is a plus too.

However Milwaukee asks a lot $$$ for those two features. The grinder linked above is still the brushless model and is very powerful for a cordless.
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I have the 2783. the braking feature and tool-free disc changes are a huge convenience. No more waiting for grinder to spin down before putting tool down. Not having to track down disc changing wrench is a plus too.

However Milwaukee asks a lot $$$ for those two features. The grinder linked above is still the brushless model and is very powerful for a cordless.
Yeah, those are definitely nice features, but I've never owned even a corded grinder with those features, so it's not even something I would have expected. Definitely considering this deal and selling the 9.0 (already have 2).

What kind of battery life do you get w/ the 2783?
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Think i'm going to jump on the grinder deal. That's one of the only M18's I don't have. I also already have 2 - 9.0 batteries so don't really need more batteries. I'd think I could unload the battery and charger pretty easy for $125 on craigs.

FYI, I was doing a little research and you can buy the FIXTEC nut (tool-free blade change) separately. It's only like $20 which then you basically have the 2783 model (but without the rapid stop)
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What would be the best deal here? New homeowner here with interest to improve DIY learning. Only power tools I have so far are impact and power drills, and a miter saw. What of these would be recommended (if any).

Im interested in the circular saw for its portability, but is it overkill if I have the miter saw? Would I be better off with a grinder? Sawzall probably wouldn't be as necessary. Im handy with car repairs, not much experience with home stuff
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What would be the best deal here? New homeowner here with interest to improve DIY learning. Only power tools I have so far are impact and power drills, and a miter saw. What of these would be recommended (if any).

Im interested in the circular saw for its portability, but is it overkill if I have the miter saw? Would I be better off with a grinder? Sawzall probably wouldn't be as necessary. Im handy with car repairs, not much experience with home stuff
For home stuff, the grinder won't be that useful. It's more useful for car stuff or general metal work, which most home diy stuff isn't. The circular saw is a nice grab even if you have a miter saw. The sawzall is good if you're going to be doing demo. All three are great deals at this price though.
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For home stuff, the grinder won't be that useful. It's more useful for car stuff or general metal work, which most home diy stuff isn't. The circular saw is a nice grab even if you have a miter saw. The sawzall is good if you're going to be doing demo. All three are great deals at this price though.
Thanks for the advice. Yeah, I was thinking about grabbing the grinder in case I have to do exhaust work or some light metal fabrication on a car.

Will probably grab the circular saw. I don't need to do any demo on my house, so could always borrow a friend's sawzall
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Thanks for the advice. Yeah, I was thinking about grabbing the grinder in case I have to do exhaust work or some light metal fabrication on a car.

Will probably grab the circular saw. I don't need to do any demo on my house, so could always borrow a friend's sawzall
Circular saw will get used as a diy homeowner. My most used tool is the sawzall. I use it for tree branches, tree roots, cutting through anything, etc.

If you are just doing light tree branch trimming, milwaukee's M12 fuel sawzall is great! Lightweight and plenty of power for delimbing
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Yeah, those are definitely nice features, but I've never owned even a corded grinder with those features, so it's not even something I would have expected. Definitely considering this deal and selling the 9.0 (already have 2).

What kind of battery life do you get w/ the 2783?
I need to use my grinder more! I haven't done a rundown test but I'm sure someone did on YouTube. I ordered the 2783 kit with (2) 5.0ah batteries. I prefer using the 5.0 vs the 9.0 since the 9.0 is a lot heavier hanging off the end.
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