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Milwaukee M18 FUEL *Pick a Tool* w/ Two 4.0Ah Batteries Charger Contractor Bag Home Depot Online/Instore $199.99

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The Milwaukee M18 FUEL Blower has the power to clear from 15 ft., gets to full throttle in under 1 second and is up to 4 lbs. lighter than competitors. The blower features a variable speed trigger and high/low speed settings for increased control. The high setting is for the most demanding applications and low is optimized for clearing debris from flower beds without moving mulch. The lock on button allows the blower to be locked on to full throttle, so the operating hand can be relaxed reducing fatigue. The M18 FUEL Blower is fully compatible with 200 plus solutions on the M18 system. M18 REDLITHIUM cordless batteries are compatible with all Milwaukee M18 cordless tools. The REDLITHIUM XC4.0 battery delivers 4 Ah of run time - even in sub-zero temperatures. Milwaukee REDLINK PLUS intelligence prevents overloads and protects against cell-damaging discharge.
  • Includes: 1 M18 FUEL blower
  • Two REDLITHIUM XC 4.0 batteries
  • Milti-Voltage Charger
  • Contractor Bag
  • Maximum air volume: 450 CFM
  • Maximum air speed: 120 MPH



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FYI: The blower will eat those 4.0 batteries.
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FYI: The blower will eat those 4.0 batteries.
Can't be less than the Ego leaf blower I just bought for the same price as this combo. I never had a cordless leaf blower before, and that Ego said on the box, 75 minute run time (2.5 Ah). Manual said 22 minutes(85mph) on high and 11 minutes on turbo(110mph). There's a 5 Ah battery for $250 and a 7.5 Ah for $350. I was about to call it quits on the whole cordless thing when I found this Milwaukee deal. It's a good brand, and I should think I will get double the life with two 4.0Ah vs one 2.5Ah. Not sure how voltage figures into these cordless devices, this being 18v (450 CFM/120MPH) and Ego being 56V (530CFM/120MPH). Both are $200, but the Milwaukee comes with higher capacity battery, plus an extra.
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Odd combo - The blower seems to usually have an 8 or 9ah battery. Having two lower capacity batteries instead on a high demand tool like this seems less practical. I'd expect these batteries are more appropriate for hand tools like a drill or jigsaw or something like that. Am I missing something?
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Odd combo - The blower seems to usually have an 8 or 9ah battery. Having two lower capacity batteries instead on a high demand tool like this seems less practical. I'd expect these batteries are more appropriate for hand tools like a drill or jigsaw or something like that. Am I missing something?
Gave you some more options. Smilie
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I have an 8.0 battery and I use maybe a 1/4 of the battery with a 10 minute session.
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I have an 8.0 battery and I use maybe a 1/4 of the battery with a 10 minute session.
Thanks for the feedback, 40 minutes between the 2 will be perfect for me.
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Dang this is a deal!
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Thanks for the feedback, 40 minutes between the 2 will be perfect for me.
Keep in mind this is a XC battery, not a high output battery. It drains faster because the tool requires a lot. I would pass on this deal and keep your eye out for one with a 8.0 or 12.0 HD battery.
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I have a brand new HD 8.0ah battery, it runs ten minutes only in rabbit mode. 12 ah battery can last 15 minutes. XC 5.0 like 7-8 mins.
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Good for someone's first Milwaukee gear, especially outdoors power equipment stuff, but there was 2x 6.0Ah batteries and the leaf blower, no charger, for $179.99 from International Tool earlier this week.

They charged sales tax on the leaf blower, though, so roughly the same price as this deal, but no charger and bigger batteries instead. (Plus a free hoodie).
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Do this in store:

Buy both together and Return the battery and get the blower for cheap.

In separate transactions: buy 8.0 and 12.0 for $219 and return which ever you dont want.

End up with blower and 8.0 or 12.0

Do all these in store.
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promotion does not include right angle impact driver though. Frown
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4ah (not high output) batteries =\
I'd give this deal a 6.5/10.
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Can't be less than the Ego leaf blower I just bought for the same price as this combo. I never had a cordless leaf blower before, and that Ego said on the box, 75 minute run time (2.5 Ah). Manual said 22 minutes(85mph) on high and 11 minutes on turbo(110mph). There's a 5 Ah battery for $250 and a 7.5 Ah for $350. I was about to call it quits on the whole cordless thing when I found this Milwaukee deal. It's a good brand, and I should think I will get double the life with two 4.0Ah vs one 2.5Ah. Not sure how voltage figures into these cordless devices, this being 18v (450 CFM/120MPH) and Ego being 56V (530CFM/120MPH). Both are $200, but the Milwaukee comes with higher capacity battery, plus an extra.
For a comparison, multiply voltage by capacity.

Ego 56v*2.5ah = 140 funs
M18 18v*4ah = 72 funs

Therefore, the Ego is approximately twice as many funs.
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