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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Grass Trimmer w/ Pole Saw, Hedge Trimmer, Edger Attachments

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M18 FUEL Grass Trimmer w/ Pole Saw, Hedge Trimmer, Edger Attachments (2825-20ST-49-16-2718-49-16-2719-49-16-27) on sale for $439. Shipping is free.
  • Note: Tool only combo kit - no battery or charger included
Thanks to community member Roberto Town for finding this deal.

Includes:
  • M18 FUEL Power Head w/ QUICK-LOK (2825-20)
  • M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK String Trimmer Attachment (49-16-2717)
  • 10" Pole Saw Attachment (49-16-2720) & Scrench
  • Edger Attachment (49-16-2718) & Scrench
  • Articulating Hedge Trimmer Attachment (49-16-2719)

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  • About this product:
    • Includes 3-year tool warranty and battery warranty
    • Rated 4.6/5 stars (292 reviews)
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I got this deal last week and it then jumped up to $639. HD brought it back down. If you have the batteries already and needed a couple OPE tools, this deal is solid. Quik-Lok base with String Trimmer, Hedge Trimmer, Edger and Pole Saw. good luck

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310572389
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Learn to adult and sell your trimmer?
Just a random comment related to this.. I wasn't expecting to be impressed by the string trimmer.. but I was impressed by the string trimmer. Coming from a curved shaft echo and a straight shaft brute of a husqvarna.. the milwaukee kicked some ass on her maiden voyage.

10/10 would buy again. I've used it once.
I've watched it bounce between the $6xx price to $4xx price for about a year now. This is a good deal compared to the regular price if somebody already has the batteries and charger, and needs all or most of the attachments, but warm-ish for everybody else.

I jumped on the $299 for the string trimmer + hedge trimmer attachment deal that came with a rapid charger and 8.0 Ah battery (https://slickdeals.net/f/14950253-milwaukee-m18-string-trimmer-hedge-trimmer-8-0ah-battery-charger-299-99) because I primarily needed those two attachments, and need more batteries anyway (I heard these outdoor tools eat up battery power like no tomorrow). I'll have to sell the charger (or it isn't a big deal to have a spare) and that's easier that selling off attachments, IMO.

The string trimmer + edger attachment version of the same $299 deal made it to the FP too (https://slickdeals.net/f/14945429-milwaukee-m18-fuel-18v-string-trimmer-w-edger-attachment-8-0ah-battery-303-more-free-shipping).

Milwuakee might be pushing harder on promotions for their outdoor power equipment (OPE) now that summer is rolling around.

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Just a random comment related to this.. I wasn't expecting to be impressed by the string trimmer.. but I was impressed by the string trimmer. Coming from a curved shaft echo and a straight shaft brute of a husqvarna.. the milwaukee kicked some ass on her maiden voyage.

10/10 would buy again. I've used it once.
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Been eyeing this for awhile. In for one. Thanks!
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What if I already have the trimmer but I want all the attachments!?
Learn to adult and sell your trimmer?
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I've watched it bounce between the $6xx price to $4xx price for about a year now. This is a good deal compared to the regular price if somebody already has the batteries and charger, and needs all or most of the attachments, but warm-ish for everybody else.

I jumped on the $299 for the string trimmer + hedge trimmer attachment deal that came with a rapid charger and 8.0 Ah battery (https://slickdeals.net/f/14950253-milwaukee-m18-string-trimmer-hedge-trimmer-8-0ah-battery-charger-299-99) because I primarily needed those two attachments, and need more batteries anyway (I heard these outdoor tools eat up battery power like no tomorrow). I'll have to sell the charger (or it isn't a big deal to have a spare) and that's easier that selling off attachments, IMO.

The string trimmer + edger attachment version of the same $299 deal made it to the FP too (https://slickdeals.net/f/14945429-milwaukee-m18-fuel-18v-string-trimmer-w-edger-attachment-8-0ah-battery-303-more-free-shipping).

Milwuakee might be pushing harder on promotions for their outdoor power equipment (OPE) now that summer is rolling around.
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Great starter set: if you don't have these tools or are wanting to get into the milwaukee tool line. Well worth the price if you need these.
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I've watched it bounce between the $6xx price to $4xx price for about a year now. This is a good deal compared to the regular price if somebody already has the batteries and charger, and needs all or most of the attachments, but warm-ish for everybody else.

I jumped on the $299 for the string trimmer + hedge trimmer attachment deal that came with a rapid charger and 8.0 Ah battery (https://slickdeals.net/f/14950253-milwaukee-m18-string-trimmer-hedge-trimmer-8-0ah-battery-charger-299-99) because I primarily needed those two attachments, and need more batteries anyway (I heard these outdoor tools eat up battery power like no tomorrow). I'll have to sell the charger (or it isn't a big deal to have a spare) and that's easier that selling off attachments, IMO.

The string trimmer + edger attachment version of the same $299 deal made it to the FP too (https://slickdeals.net/f/14945429-milwaukee-m18-fuel-18v-string-trimmer-w-edger-attachment-8-0ah-battery-303-more-free-shipping).

Milwuakee might be pushing harder on promotions for their outdoor power equipment (OPE) now that summer is rolling around.
Does Ryobi or greenworks have anything similar?
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Quote from chsnodg2 :
What if I already have the trimmer but I want all the attachments!?
They have this on sale too. Not as good of a deal but if you don't want the hassle of selling things it's still a sale.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../312760836
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OPE, just gonna squeeze past ya!
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Thanks OP. In for 1.
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Does Ryobi or greenworks have anything similar?
Greenwoerks not good quality
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I purchased the string trimmer and the edger. Initially I was very impressed with them last season. I just broke the trimmer out for the first time this season, on a 50 degree day and both of my 9ah batteries repeatedly overheated and stopped working after a few minutes of use (worth noting I only used low speed). Super frustrating. Glad I never sold my echo gas trimmer. Fired up after a few pulls even with stale gas.

Anyone else experience the constant overheating with their quiklok stuff?
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