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Milwaukee M18 FueL18V Brushless Cordless Hedge Trimmer w/ 5.0Ah Battery

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M18 FueL 18V Brushless Cordless Hedge Trimmer w/ 5.0Ah Battery for $179. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Includes:
  • M18 FUEL hedge trimmer (2726-20)
  • M18 XC 5.0 battery (48-11-1850)
Features:
  • Power to cut 3/4 in. branches, cuts up to 30% faster and provides up to 2-hours of run time per charge
  • Blade length: 24 in.
  • Cut capacity: 3/4 in.
  • Strokes per minute: 3,400
  • All metal gear case

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has the Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Hedge Trimmer with M18 5.0Ah Battery (2726-20-48-11-1850) for $179 with free shipping.
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Not sure. I just did this hackable last week using the link where you have to add the battery separately (non bundle) which is still available: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../300272791

This way, it adds the battery @ $81 and the hedge trimmer @ $97. I was in the market for one and people were trying to sell used ones for $125 and new ones for $150 on FB marketplace.
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Why the td? Not hackable?
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Why the td? Not hackable?
Not sure. I just did this hackable last week using the link where you have to add the battery separately (non bundle) which is still available: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../300272791

This way, it adds the battery @ $81 and the hedge trimmer @ $97. I was in the market for one and people were trying to sell used ones for $125 and new ones for $150 on FB marketplace.
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I have of these and it is very good. Large and powerful.
In fact I kept some of my low-end ones (B&D, Worx) for lighter work because I can wave them around easily for thin trimming, and this thing feels like a heavy, serious tool. The 5AH batt is good for this; you could go even larger but then it gets heavier. I wouldn't recommend smaller.

At the time I got mine a few years ago, Game of Thrones was just finishing, and I called this the Brienne of Tarth trimmer.

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Something must be wrong with Home Depot. I ordered this trimmer on April 3rd and called and they said it's backordered. Anyone else get one recently?
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Quote from bkiserx7 :
Why the td? Not hackable?
Partially that. Unless you are keeping the battery &/or have a coupon/military you want to use, most rather buy pro-rated & return the 5.
Also the deal has been going for over a month, so likely it's been posted already
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Quote from SiennaPiranha315 :
Something must be wrong with Home Depot. I ordered this trimmer on April 3rd and called and they said it's backordered. Anyone else get one recently?
Yes, I ordered one yesterday for store pickup.
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Mistakes were made...

I have the quicklock extension hedge trimmer.. which I adore, but it's heavy and awkward, and while it does a great job, sucks to wield for long stretches. Decided I needed something lighter and easier to handle for low and light work.

Last go round.. the 18" was oos for its deal, pounced on this 24" when it popped up late thinking I got a better deal and a better unit. Well... it works fantastic.. but I swear it weighs as much as the quiklok in a tighter package. Wishing I'd grabbed the 18" in my circumstance.

Without the quiklok, I'd say go 24 for the reach.
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Quote from Shockr :
Mistakes were made...

I have the quicklock extension hedge trimmer.. which I adore, but it's heavy and awkward, and while it does a great job, sucks to wield for long stretches. Decided I needed something lighter and easier to handle for low and light work.

Last go round.. the 18" was oos for its deal, pounced on this 24" when it popped up late thinking I got a better deal and a better unit. Well... it works fantastic.. but I swear it weighs as much as the quiklok in a tighter package. Wishing I'd grabbed the 18" in my circumstance.

Without the quiklok, I'd say go 24 for the reach.
Yeah I want the 18" hedger as well but for $100 this will do for now. The Quik lok hedger has served me well but I need something a bit more compact
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Any chance this battery works with ego equipment
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Not sure. I just did this hackable last week using the link where you have to add the battery separately (non bundle) which is still available: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../300272791

This way, it adds the battery @ $81 and the hedge trimmer @ $97. I was in the market for one and people were trying to sell used ones for $125 and new ones for $150 on FB marketplace.
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I just tried it and it's not letting me check out, darn
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Any chance this battery works with ego equipment
No. If the voltages are the same alot of times you can buy an adapter but with ego being 56v and Milwaukee 18v I doubt they make a cheap one
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I just tried it and it's not letting me check out, darn
The way I got it to be hackable is to order for pickup at two different stores. Just pickup the tool from one and let the other expire or cancel. The store with the battery actually cancelled it without me doing anything lol. The methods I kept seeing posted for Ship To Home/Pick-up did not work for me.
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The way I got it to be hackable is to order for pickup at two different stores. Just pickup the tool from one and let the other expire or cancel. The store with the battery actually cancelled it without me doing anything lol. The methods I kept seeing posted for Ship To Home/Pick-up did not work for me.
Thank you
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