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Milwaukee M18 chain saw 168 or sprayer 205 $168

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https://www.homedepot.com/s/milwa...mW8E0uT2g0

The link takes you to the Milwaukee "buy more, save more" event. Basically you need to get your cart to around $600 (after the discount prices) so you can qualify for the $200 off $600 promotion, then you return the other items.

Step one is change your store to Fairfield California or store number 0637. Step 2 is make sure your cart is clear (other items in your cart can mess up your price) then add (Make sure they have the little "buy more save more" icon when you search for these items)
(1) Milwaukee M18 FUEL 16 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Chainsaw (Tool-Only)
(1) Milwaukee M18 FUEL 120 MPH 450 CFM 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Handheld Blower Kit with 8.0 Ah Battery, Rapid Charger
(1) Milwaukee M18 18-Volt 1500 Lumens Lithium-Ion Cordless Rover LED Mounting Flood Light (Tool-Only).
That is 3 total items in the cart. You will see their discounted prices in the cart now and it shows the chainsaw for $168. Make sure on the checkout page they are ship to home (not pickup in store). Then you can return the 2 items you don't want at your local home depot and get the chainsaw for just $168.

The alternative is what I did. Add
1) Milwaukee M18 FUEL 16 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Chainsaw (Tool-Only)
(1) M18 FUEL 8 in. Edger Attachment for Milwaukee QUIK-LOK Attachment System
(1) M18 18-Volt 4 Gal. Lithium-Ion Cordless Switch Tank Backpack Pesticide Sprayer (Tool-Only)

Some people have had success selling the blower battery for $100 and getting the blower also for $68.

Or you can get the M18 sprayer for $206 if you add the M18 chainsaw, M18 fan attachment and the M18 sprayer.
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Quote from inspir3d :
sprayer price doesnt make sense, normal M18 over charge.

Automated sprayer though, roybi for $75...when a manual pump is $65 ...totally worth it.
I have a Ryobi One+ electric one if that's what you are talking about. It's not very impressive. I use a manual sprayer instead most of the time because it works better and leaks less. If the Milwaukee one was reliable it would be worth it for me, but it seems like it has a lot of issues itself from the reviews.
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you can also get the drill combo for 188, which is pretty solid, doesnt beat the clearance deal a few months ago, but if you missed it, its a pretty good deal for M18

Drill combo (not fuel)
Saw
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Which drill? Same combo?
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Fogging is better if you're looking to kill mosquitos.
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That's a great idea! One question though- How do you know how much pressure to put in? While pumping you'll feel resistance, with the air compressor...?
My sprayer has a pressure release valve. If it didn't, I'd fill it with some air, then check the pressure with my tire pressure gauge. I'd shoot for 30 PSI.
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I've tries this with multiple items, including the 1 examples you listed and the lowest prove I could get the chainsaw To was 200. Am I missing something?
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Quote from MerryShow6505 :
I've tries this with multiple items, including the 1 examples you listed and the lowest prove I could get the chainsaw To was 200. Am I missing something?
It worked for me when I changed my home store to the OP's store #0637
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Yeah the deal still works for me too. Just make sure you are following all the steps. I hope you can get it to work, it is still the best price on the chain saw I have ever seen.
Quote from MerryShow6505 :
I've tries this with multiple items, including the 1 examples you listed and the lowest prove I could get the chainsaw To was 200. Am I missing something?
I'm surprised so many people commented on the sprayer. I didn't know it was terrible, and I like the Ryobi sprayer deal better. I will probably return the M18 sprayer and get the Ryobi 2 tank deal.

But the main deal was for the chainsaw. That is a killer price for that thing. Now if you watch project farm's youtube review (it is 2 video's for all the chainsaws) the dewalt was the best chain saw. The Milwaukee didn't perform the best I believe due to lower gearing and RPM. I wish he performed a run time test that was under load, and all same battery size. I would be curious if the Milwaukee would last longer with the lower RPM and gearing then the dewalt.

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Quote from legobrains :
Yeah the deal still works for me too. Just make sure you are following all the steps. I hope you can get it to work, it is still the best price on the chain saw I have ever seen.

I'm surprised so many people commented on the sprayer. I didn't know it was terrible, and I like the Ryobi sprayer deal better. I will probably return the M18 sprayer and get the Ryobi 2 tank deal.

But the main deal was for the chainsaw. That is a killer price for that thing. Now if you watch project farm's youtube review (it is 2 video's for all the chainsaws) the dewalt was the best chain saw. The Milwaukee didn't perform the best I believe due to lower gearing and RPM. I wish he performed a run time test that was under load, and all same battery size. I would be curious if the Milwaukee would last longer with the lower RPM and gearing then the dewalt.
are you talking about the 60V dewalt saw or the small 12 inch blade 20v?
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are you talking about the 60V dewalt saw or the small 12 inch blade 20v?
The 60V. I just re-watched the episode, and I thought it was a 18v or 20v platform, but I must have forgot. No wonder it performed better then the M18 chainsaw.

Project farms' chainsaw reviews:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_...kQ&t=1022s
Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WDaTwEwhTk [youtube.com]

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Quote from legobrains :
The 60V. I just re-watched the episode, and I thought it was a 18v or 20v platform, but I must have forgot. No wonder it performed better then the M18 chainsaw.

Project farms' chainsaw reviews:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_...kQ&t=1022s
Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WDaTwEwhTk [youtube.com]
thanks for the reference. ill take a look as well
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Quote from TaterTot1071 :
Why in God's name is the milwaukee so much more expensive? Only comes with one tank also. Ryobi has 2 tanks, with battery and charger for $140. I have the milwaukee m18 platform and do not have Ryobi and don't want to start another tool platform. The extra milwaukee tanks are $130 also! I know milwaukee is better than Ryobi, I'm a - buy it once and spend the money necessary to get quality- guy, but this seems crazy.

Am I missing something as to why it's so expensive?
milwaukee generally makes the best, and they know it. I have to admit though, I've come extremely close to investing in a ryobi system several times this year, the deals have been so good.
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doesnt work for me. price didnt change and i dont even see the buymoresavemore icon. Frown
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milwaukee generally makes the best, and they know it. I have to admit though, I've come extremely close to investing in a ryobi system several times this year, the deals have been so good.
I was thinking the same thing, so I ordered a Ryobi to Milwaukee adapter. For $20, I can use all of my M18 batteries with any Ryobi tool in their ecosystem.
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Quote from NotRonSwanson :
I was thinking the same thing, so I ordered a Ryobi to Milwaukee adapter. For $20, I can use all of my M18 batteries with any Ryobi tool in their ecosystem.
I didn't realize this was a thing... ow... my wallet..
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