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Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with one 1.5 Ah Battery and Charger $99

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Th new fuel version will be released around Dec 2nd, but this is still a great deal of you don't want to shell out $229 for the new version.

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The link works for me. Good deal!
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Not sure why they even bother to bundle this with a 1.5 ah battery. This multi tool chews through that crazy fast. For someone purchasing that's new to the Milwaukee platform it makes the product look bad after the first time using.
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Very tempted by this. I'd rather grab the bare tool for ~$80 as I have plenty of batteries, but I could see the 1.5ah being nice on a drill or impact for occasional use.
The new Fuel version will undoubtedly be better, but it's also going to be years before we see one of those for $100 and the original m18 version was already far better than the m12.
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Looks like the normal once a year ish sale price. How useful is this tool? Would it be more useful in m12 form?
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Damn I'm on the m12 line. Wondering if it worth getting or waiting to see if the m12 one gets a deal.
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Seems like an ok deal. Not brushless. Just bought a Rockwell 20 v brushless multitool kit with lots of blades and a 20 yr warranty for $55 on exxxay. Cuts fast, 4*, but is insanely loud.
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Not sure why they even bother to bundle this with a 1.5 ah battery. This multi tool chews through that crazy fast. For someone purchasing that's new to the Milwaukee platform it makes the product look bad after the first time using.
I would think that if you're running through a battery in one use you'd be burning up a blade too.
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Damn I'm on the m12 line. Wondering if it worth getting or waiting to see if the m12 one gets a deal.
I found the M12 version to be a bit underpowered. It's much more robust in the 18v version.
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Thanks, OP! In 4 1.
Own the M12 version & use it constantly; we'll give this one a shot.
Agree with others' comments concerning the battery size. I'll use 4.0/5.0 batts with this & save the 1.5 for the LED work-lights.
If this tool has the five year warranty like the rest of their line, who cares if it has brushes.
I just hope it has a better blade attachment system than the M12.

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Damn I'm on the m12 line. Wondering if it worth getting or waiting to see if the m12 one gets a deal.
I have the new M12 Fuel Multi Tool. It is better than this non Fuel M18 and it's quieter. I wouldn't hesitate on buying it. Don't buy the non Fuel m12. It sucks.
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Been waiting to get an oscillating tool for a while. Currently on porter cable cordless but didn't want to keep buying those. Keep wanting to jump over to the Milwaukee. For $100 it seems like a good deal.
Weird, ship to home will be here 11/2, ship to store was 11/23
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I have the new M12 Fuel Multi Tool. It is better than this non Fuel M18 and it's quieter. I wouldn't hesitate on buying it. Don't buy the non Fuel m12. It sucks.
I missed it wasn't the fuel one, thanks for pointing that out.
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The deal is back again!
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