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Milwaukee M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker (2891-21P) w/ 2.0Ah battery $109.65 shipped after eBay coupon

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Milwaukee M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker w/ 2.0Ah battery $129 - $19.35 = $109.65 shipped after applying eBay coupon PRIMOSALE. Sold by Tools Plus Outlet through eBay.

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Specs:
Stream high definition music wirelessly with Bluetooth from over 100 ft.
Compatible with the M18 and M12 batteries
2 passive radiators maximizes clarity and volume of bass
2 high definition mid-woofers maximizes clarity at loudest volume
2 high range tweeters drive greater range of treble
IP54 water and dust protected
Impact resistant roll cage
Protected 2.1A USB power outlet

Compare to Home Depot [homedepot.com] that offers the speaker with no battery for $149.
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I have a bunch of M12 tools, but I'm not sure this is with it to me. Good price regardless.
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I wanted a bluetooth speaker for camping and to have near our backyard above ground pool. I considered getting a UE Boom at first, but I have a bunch of Milwaukee tools/batteries including some 9ah batteries. The speaker gets great reviews, so I felt this would work better for my use case. It also has a USB phone charger (2.1a), so that plus the discount and extra battery sealed the deal for me.
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I have this. It sounds pretty good.

I also have the charging radio and m18 radio. They are MUCH louder.

I have a Milwaukee tool problem so I'll keep the speaker. The m12 / m18 option is nice where the radios only take m18.
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This is interesting. I have some m12 tools. I sold my Makita speaker because the bluetooth range was asstastic. Maybe I should try this.
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Does MIlwaukee honor warranty for ebay purchase?
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I pulled the trigger. In for one.
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How loud are these, I work in a open environment with air tools.
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Wow,Applause
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would bite if it came with an m18 battery option since a 2mah m12 would be pretty useless to me
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These speakers are solid. When I worked plumbing with my buddy he had one and that little thing rocked. I'd chomp if it wasn't an m12 add on.
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It's a good price even minus the battery. I am sure you could give the battery to a friend or sell the battery/Charger on craigslist, or any other site for a minimum of $20.

Or just use the 12 volt battery to power the radio at minimum freeing up the 18 volt batteries, if no power.

Just saying... or maybe I am just a sucker.
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This thing is garbage. It keeps dropping the sound every 10-40 seconds. Also doesn't get very loud for a "job site" radio. The volume issue is one thing, but the audio dropouts are a deal-breaker. I've tried 3 different phones so far: My Pixel XL 2, a Pixel XL, and a Samsung S5. The issue is worst on the Pixel phones, but even happens on the older Samsung which leads me to believe the issue is clearly with the radio itself since it occurs with 3 different bluetooth audio sources.
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