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Maxtool has Milwaukee 2485-20 M12 FUEL 1/4 Inch Cordless Right Angle Die Grinder for $144

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Milwaukee 2485-20 M12 FUEL 1/4 Inch Cordless Right Angle Die Grinder - Bare Tool

Use code MILW25 to bring down the price to $144

https://www.maxtool.com/products/...6696120456
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Finally, a deal on these! Been holding off since they were released. Too bad they are out of stock on the straight one or I'd grabbed that too.

Looking at some unboxing videos, it doesn't come with any accessories like a roloc adaptor, so plan on getting those as well.
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Light years better than my old HF $10 pneumatic. Way mor torque
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Forgot to mention you need to use promo code Milw25 to get the 144 price. I didn't even know this was in the works. Been waiting for something like this to come out in cordless form. Sweet!!
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I'm not sure I would have an immediate use for this. But seems like a great price!
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Bummer, been wanting to get one of these since they came out, but I'm on self-imposed wallet lockdown now.

That said, this is $25 off the regular price of these, and I believe the first time it's ever been discounted.
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BTW, maxtool does not charge me tax. This type of online stores are less and less.
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Good deal. I have the straight shank m18 die grinder and it is awesome. Just bought this and am hopeful itll be same!
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Good deal. I have the straight shank m18 die grinder and it is awesome. Just bought this and am hopeful itll be same!
Fair warning, this being M12 it might not be as powerful.. BUT, I've watched several comparisons that have this thing winning out against some higher tier air grinders. It seems well liked so far.
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Why do I never see picture of this used for actual grinding? The Milwaukee photos all have cleaning/buffing attachments. Does it really replace a die grinder?
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Why do I never see picture of this used for actual grinding? The Milwaukee photos all have cleaning/buffing attachments. Does it really replace a die grinder?
They try to market the M18 Die Grinder as the heavier duty grinding tool
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Why do I never see picture of this used for actual grinding? The Milwaukee photos all have cleaning/buffing attachments. Does it really replace a die grinder?
It's generally what right-angle grinders like that are used for. You can throw a carbide burr on it but that is your main use for it then you'd probably be better off with the straight version ( https://www.milwaukeetool.com/Pro...rs/2486-20 ). It would give you more control for a job like that.
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