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Milwaukee M18 18-Volt 4 Gal. Lithium-Ion Cordless Switch Tank Backpack Pesticide Sprayer (Tool-Only) $99 @ Home Depot YMMV

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Saw this today at Home Depot for $99, normally $299. Looks like an in-store only deal.

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What zip code is your store in?
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What zip code is your store in?
Methuen #2685
72 Pleasant Valley St
Methuen MA 01844
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I bought one and it leaked just like all of the reviews say. Returned it for the Ryobi. Great deal if you can find one that doesn't leak for this price.
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This and the ryobi and hart (Walmart) are all essentially the same design. I've used them all with varying success. This is a great price if you're already on the m18 platform.
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I bought one and it leaked just like all of the reviews say. Returned it for the Ryobi. Great deal if you can find one that doesn't leak for this price.
Same experience for me. Purchased it in 2021 as part of Buy More Save More event. Returned it after 1 use. I may check Ryobi this year but hesitant to add 1 more battery system.

Did you get 4 gallon or 2 gallon Ryobi?
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Got a few of the hart with batteries on clearance for 15.. or I'd be all over this.
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I bought this bitch for over $300. Started clogging. Removed the strainer inside the housing and BAAM! No more issues. Honestly, I love this thing now. It is heavy and a bit cumbersome and could use a little finesse in the ergonomic design but really, awesome. If it weren't OOS all around me I'd get dressed and pick on up for my son right now.
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I bought one and it leaked just like all of the reviews say. Returned it for the Ryobi. Great deal if you can find one that doesn't leak for this price.
I have this sprayer and love it. My first tank didn't leak, but I got a second one and that one did leak. I contacted Milwaukee and they sent a replacement tank really quickly though.
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Had 3 of these leak before getting a working one.
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For those that bought this and started leaking, where does the leak occur? If I'm spraying harmful toxic pesticides with it, I would hate for it to get in contact with my skin/back while I'm spraying/using it.
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For those that bought this and started leaking, where does the leak occur? If I'm spraying harmful toxic pesticides with it, I would hate for it to get in contact with my skin/back while I'm spraying/using it.
The tank connects to the base. In my case, it leaks from there and finally drips down on my back. I had to stop middle of spraying to clean/wipe the chemicals before continuing. I thought I made some mistake when connecting the two pieces. But it leak started again during the 2nd refill. I finally transferred to my manual / hand sprayer to complete the task.
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The tank connects to the base. In my case, it leaks from there and finally drips down on my back. I had to stop middle of spraying to clean/wipe the chemicals before continuing. I thought I made some mistake when connecting the two pieces. But it leak started again during the 2nd refill. I finally transferred to my manual / hand sprayer to complete the task.
I guess if I do find one, I would have to test it out with water for a few tanks to make sure there are no leaks. Thanks.
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Can this be used for weed killer/glyphosate?
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