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Milwaukee M18 18V Portable Jobsite Cordless Fan + 2.0Ah Battery

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Grainger has Milwaukee M18 18V Portable Jobsite Cordless Fan + Milwaukee 2.0Ah Battery (0886-20) on sale for $79. Select free curbside pickup where available, otherwise, shipping fees will vary depending on your location.

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Note, availability for pickup may vary by location. Item is possibly backordered and available for pickup by end of May 2021 at some locations

Features:
  • 120 degrees adjustable head
  • 4 keyhole hangers
  • Up to 17 hours of runtime
  • Speeds: 3
  • Air Flow: 284 CFM

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Milwaukee fan with 2ah battery $79 plus tax and shipping. Right about $99 out the door. The shipping sucks so if you can find a way to get free shipping you got a sweet deal.

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It requires a proprietary adapter though, the dewalt one takes a standard 3-prong extension cord.
You can plug this one in too.
Meanwhile, at 2400CFM, the Ryobi 18" Air Cannon [homedepot.com] is by far the winner...... It puts out like 5 to10 times the air of any of the competitors on battery or cord. When it comes on sale this summer, as it has been, I am thinking that is the one I want.... On the job site, the Milwaukee, DeWalt, Ridgid, small Ryobi, etc., are all toys in comparison.

PS: This Milwaukee, at 284 CFM is about half of the DeWalt at 500 CFM (that we have) and neither is remotely comparable to the Ryobi Air Cannon.

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$86 with local pickup
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If you aren't locked into the Milwaukee ecosystem, the Dewalt one is better because you can plug it in or use a battery.
You can plug this one in too.
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If you aren't locked into the Milwaukee ecosystem, the Dewalt one is better because you can plug it in or use a battery.
The Milwaukee fan has the same capability.
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try and get local pick up
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You can plug this one in too.
Quote from smithahx :
The Milwaukee fan has the same capability.
It requires a proprietary adapter though, the dewalt one takes a standard 3-prong extension cord.
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It requires a proprietary adapter though, the dewalt one takes a standard 3-prong extension cord.
Dewalts got the newest one out. I would expect Milwaukee to be coming out with a new one soon. I would like to see that feature and higher CFMs in the next gen from Milwaukee. Once you're on a tool platform best to stick with it. I will say this one moves some air. Very impressed with it. Haven't seen the dewalt one yet. But the specs are good
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Does this come with AC adapter or need to buy it separately?
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Does this come with AC adapter or need to buy it separately?
Comes with it
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Dewalts got the newest one out. I would expect Milwaukee to be coming out with a new one soon. I would like to see that feature and higher CFMs in the next gen from Milwaukee. Once you're on a tool platform best to stick with it. I will say this one moves some air. Very impressed with it. Haven't seen the dewalt one yet. But the specs are good
Meanwhile, at 2400CFM, the Ryobi 18" Air Cannon [homedepot.com] is by far the winner...... It puts out like 5 to10 times the air of any of the competitors on battery or cord. When it comes on sale this summer, as it has been, I am thinking that is the one I want.... On the job site, the Milwaukee, DeWalt, Ridgid, small Ryobi, etc., are all toys in comparison.

PS: This Milwaukee, at 284 CFM is about half of the DeWalt at 500 CFM (that we have) and neither is remotely comparable to the Ryobi Air Cannon.
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Thanks OP got one.👍
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Dewalts got the newest one out. I would expect Milwaukee to be coming out with a new one soon. I would like to see that feature and higher CFMs in the next gen from Milwaukee. Once you're on a tool platform best to stick with it. I will say this one moves some air. Very impressed with it. Haven't seen the dewalt one yet. But the specs are good
I did notice on the Dewalt box yesterday that it is IP54 rated, which besides the Ryobi mister, none are rated. I'm 80% Milwaukee (rest Ego and Ryobi), and the Dewalt is the best fan in this class. Variable knob, extension cord hookup, great construction. At retail, I'd rather buy the Ryobi than the Milwaukee, and actually use one in my truck. It also has an extension connection. When I tried the Milwaukee, there was a "whirl" type noise that I didn't care for. Could have been just that unit, but between other factors, it went back.

There is a M12 fan coming, which I've suggested for years, that could coincide with an updated M18 model, and hopefully an M18 Fuel cannon similar to Ryobi. I've always pictured the m12 fan with a clip on it, could for a golf cart or maybe seeing a mail man use lol. Perhaps a model that oscillates.


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Meanwhile, at 2400CFM, the Ryobi 18" Air Cannon [homedepot.com] is by far the winner...... It puts out like 5 to10 times the air of any of the competitors on battery or cord. When it comes on sale this summer, as it has been, I am thinking that is the one I want.... On the job site, the Milwaukee, DeWalt, Ridgid, small Ryobi, etc., are all toys in comparison.

PS: This Milwaukee, at 284 CFM is about half of the DeWalt at 500 CFM (that we have) and neither is remotely comparable to the Ryobi Air Cannon.
Apple and apples on steroids. Air cannon is great, but it's in a different class of fan than the others. No one is putting an air cannon in their truck to use, or bring to a lawn concert to personally cool down (I think everyone wanted to steal my Ryobi 2 summers ago). And while it is constructed decently, it is much closer to a toy than than the Dewalt or Milwaukee. Both are much better at handling abuse. Air cannon is for volume moving, to circulate air in a house, where the other fans are for a person or small space.
Even if Milwaukee comes out with a M18 Fuel fan (fingers crossed), that was the size of most existing, it's never going to push what the cannon can.

but really when it's hot, and the air is stuck in pause, any of the fans are a god send
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This is a good deal if anyone can get one local pick up
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