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Milwaukee M18 FUEL 16 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Battery Brushless Cordless Chainsaw Kit with M18 GEN II FUEL Blower $399 today online only free shipping

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Dang, nice find. That chainsaw has been WAY more powerful than I expected. I'm no lumberjack but it's been great for clearing limbs and small trees around my yard. I haven't tried it yet on anything bigger than a few inches, but it certainly seems like it'd work fine.
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Got this kit a few weeks ago for $450. Haven't used the chain saw yet but impressed with the blower... it will replace my gas powered hitachi which served me well but this has just as much power.
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Still waiting on a good deal for chainsaw and gen2 weedeater with pole saw attachment.

I have gen 1 weedeater and gen 2 blower. both work well except the bump feed on gen1 eater.
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Purchased from acmetools with 12% off last week. Today's HD deal is the same good, considering the convenient returning policy at HD.

The blower is so so, not at the same level as my ego. The chainsaw is super good! The best chainsaw I've ever owned.
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I've owned most of the Milwaukee OPE lineup (chainsaw, weed whip, blower, shrub trimmer) and for the most part been impressed.

The saw performs somewhere in the ballpark of a 33-40cc gas saw, without the maintenance headaches and noise. It's about twice the price of a Stihl 170/180 that is, in my direct comparison, a pretty close rival in performance. If you have a LOT of cutting to do, the Milwaukee just can't keep up with the gas saws but it's great for occasional use on yard maintenance and some firewood cutting. The OPE specialized brand higher end battery saws from Husqvarna, Stihl and Echo completely outclass it, but it's the market leader among the "tool" brand chainsaw options on their respective battery platforms.

I think the Ryobi 12" brushless chainsaw is a sleeper hit in the category and an absolute steal for $160 when it's on sale at homedepot.com (with a battery and charger). If you don't have $400 to drop on this combo but want a good "yard maintenance" chainsaw without the starting and storage drama of the typical small budget gas saws the Ryobi is worth a look. Run, don't walk, away from the 10" 18v model, however...
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60v or higher. Overpriced for what it is.
Lol you don't need 60V. Milwaukee 18V with 9A or higher is plenty. No dual battery nonsense.
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I've owned most of the Milwaukee OPE lineup (chainsaw, weed whip, blower, shrub trimmer) and for the most part been impressed.

The saw performs somewhere in the ballpark of a 33-40cc gas saw, without the maintenance headaches and noise. It's about twice the price of a Stihl 170/180 that is, in my direct comparison, a pretty close rival in performance. If you have a LOT of cutting to do, the Milwaukee just can't keep up with the gas saws but it's great for occasional use on yard maintenance and some firewood cutting. The OPE specialized brand higher end battery saws from Husqvarna, Stihl and Echo completely outclass it, but it's the market leader among the "tool" brand chainsaw options on their respective battery platforms.

I think the Ryobi 12" brushless chainsaw is a sleeper hit in the category and an absolute steal for $160 when it's on sale at homedepot.com (with a battery and charger). If you don't have $400 to drop on this combo but want a good "yard maintenance" chainsaw without the starting and storage drama of the typical small budget gas saws the Ryobi is worth a look. Run, don't walk, away from the 10" 18v model, however...
Any experience with ego? You seem to know alot about handtools. I've been wanting to get a good battery chainsaw and blower, I already have an ego mower. Just waiting for a sale.
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Us there away to return the saw and blower,and keep the battery? What would it cost?
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Not knocking this deal because almost every battery tool I own are Milwaukee. But earlier this spring I bought a greenworks 40 volt 16 inch chainsaw from Amazon and it has been an absolute beast.
I have cut about 20 large pine trees that are just slightly larger than the blade and it is still going strong. I have a lot of sthil chainsaws but I am really enjoying these electric saws. There just so quiet and lite.
Note. I didn't just cut them down. I cut them up into small pieces of firewood all with the same saw. The battery last about 40 minutes per cutting.
I gave 79.00 for the saw and a battery and charger.
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This would be perfect for home defense.
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Lol you don't need 60V. Milwaukee 18V with 9A or higher is plenty. No dual battery nonsense.
Let me guess you like Dewalt. Do you even know what 60V represents?
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Had a $15 off $100. To add to this to make it slicker. Thanks. Smilie
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No longer 399. Now 449.
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