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Milwaukee M18 High Output XC6.0 Battery Pack (Pack of 2) w/ free tool $198.98

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Get a free bare tool when you buy: Milwaukee 48-11-1862 M18 RedLithium High Output XC6.0 Battery Pack (Pack of 2) for $199. The High Output line of batteries has the new 21700 bigger high amp cells.
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Only six items qualify for the free tool - vacuum, non fuel OMT, sequential charger, another battery, fuel hackzall, leaf blower.

Good but not insane deal
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I was hoping for router as a freebie like some of the previous deals - no go. Good deal though if you can use tools that are offered.
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Batteries not as good but charger and bag included


M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw with Two 4.0 Ah Batteries, Charger and Bag

https://www.homedepot.com/p/314300341
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What's the link to the bare tool list ? Offer popup didn't have many details.
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What's the link to the bare tool list ? Offer popup didn't have many details.
NM, you see the list during checkout after adding to cart. Wish there were were a few more to choose from. Those 6.0 batteries are big/heavy.
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I was hoping for router as a freebie like some of the previous deals - no go. Good deal though if you can use tools that are offered.
I did the battery/tool hack at Home Depot and got the router for about $98. Definitely the way to go..
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How long is the wait time for the 6ah batteries. As they've been back ordered by Milwaukee at all retailers so far
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How long is the wait time for the 6ah batteries. As they've been back ordered by Milwaukee at all retailers so far
thats a terrific question. i was going to do the HD deal with the blower and (2) 4.0 batteries but for the same price might as well do this with the 6.0s...but they definitely seem to be OOS everywhere...
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thats a terrific question. i was going to do the HD deal with the blower and (2) 4.0 batteries but for the same price might as well do this with the 6.0s...but they definitely seem to be OOS everywhere...
If they offered a blower, they removed it. Otherwise it would have been a good deal considering what these batteries sell for.
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If they offered a blower, they removed it. Otherwise it would have been a good deal considering what these batteries sell for.
Ah, i ordered saturday. Not sure why they removed it.
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Ah, i ordered saturday. Not sure why they removed it.
I'll keep an eye out, maybe they ran out and will add it back when they have stock. Let me know what kind of battery life you get. I was thinking about getting this https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...-lb6002-fc but not sure if a 56v 5Ah is better than 18v 12Ah (6x2). I'm new to the battery game.
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I'll keep an eye out, maybe they ran out and will add it back when they have stock. Let me know what kind of battery life you get. I was thinking about getting this https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...-lb6002-fc but not sure if a 56v 5Ah is better than 18v 12Ah (6x2). I'm new to the battery game.
For just wanting a blower, id do that one you linked. They advertise a 2 hour runtime, which is pretty amazing. Im already invested in the m18 tools so the batteries will help me anyways and i dont really need too much runtime for the blower. From my research though, it seems the 6.0 batteries will run the blower from 5-10 min on high mode. Its definitely a battery hog.
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For just wanting a blower, id do that one you linked. They advertise a 2 hour runtime, which is pretty amazing. Im already invested in the m18 tools so the batteries will help me anyways and i dont really need too much runtime for the blower. From my research though, it seems the 6.0 batteries will run the blower from 5-10 min on high mode. Its definitely a battery hog.
I got the hand held Ego (it's advertised @75 minutes) but that's at the lowest. The manual says 11 minutes on turbo (2.5Ah battery) and it's just that as I tried it today. My guess is I'd be twice that with the one I linked. If the Milwaukee gets 10 minutes each, at least I can change one while I use the other. And I can get some add on tools later on Smilie. But if I'll only get 5 minutes, then I'd get the Ego back pack one or get a corded one. I only have to do leaves a couple times a year and $200 is at the top of my budget as I can only hope to get 3-5 years out of the batteries. Anything more expensive, I'd be cheaper for me to pay someone. Ahh, the joys of applying life cycle depreciation to justify buying tools or labor. Big Grin
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I got the hand held Ego (it's advertised @75 minutes) but that's at the lowest. The manual says 11 minutes on turbo (2.5Ah battery) and it's just that as I tried it today. My guess is I'd be twice that with the one I linked. If the Milwaukee gets 10 minutes each, at least I can change one while I use the other. And I can get some add on tools later on Smilie. But if I'll only get 5 minutes, then I'd get the Ego back pack one or get a corded one. I only have to do leaves a couple times a year and $200 is at the top of my budget as I can only hope to get 3-5 years out of the batteries. Anything more expensive, I'd be cheaper for me to pay someone. Ahh, the joys of applying life cycle depreciation to justify buying tools or labor. Big Grin
Ahh, i see. Well, milwaukee makes terrific tools if youre wanting to get into their ecosystem. I put them through hell daily and have not had any real issues.
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