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Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Fuel Miter Saw with Free 9ah Battery - $599.00 + Tax at Home Depot

mstang1988 288 97 October 10, 2016 at 12:54 AM in Tools (5) More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by thestreetlight October 19, 2016 at 01:17 AM
The Milwaukee M18 Fuel Miter saw Kit comes with 1 battery. Others are selling this kit for $599 or more. The Home depot Kit includes 1 Extra 9ah battery ($199 dollar value) free.

Home Depot Saw + Extra Battery
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwau.../207114512

Battery on HD:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwau.../207121212
On Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JEMNPSS [amazon.com]
[amazon.com]The saw seems to perform well but it's a bit early without many reviews of it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtn5ntCQNhU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VFr-khK4UA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hct9072GKio
https://www.youtube.com/embed/BmT...ransparent

Competitive Price without extra battery.
https://www.ohiopowertool.com/p-1...21hd.aspx?
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thanks
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#3
Not a bad deal
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#4
Same price at Acme tool. Also includes 2 batteries and they are running a 10% off code for today on their front page.
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#5
too rich for my blood but nice. Does it work with the regular M18 batteries?
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Quote from joesl8 View Post :
too rich for my blood but nice. Does it work with the regular M18 batteries?
Yes, one reviewer I saw used a 5 amp hour battery as a test and said you could notice a difference in the power, but it would still get the job done.
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certain things should be cordless...this is not one of them.
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Quote from jermzdee View Post :
certain things should be cordless...this is not one of them.

Seriously lol.. Tell that to Dewalt and their 60v line
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Dewalts sliding miter is 120 volt. But it also has an adapter to plug it in to an outlet so you don't have to use batteries. It's also $799 though.

These batteries (the 9.0 high demand) retail for $199 each and will be great for their yard tools when they release them next year so I picked this deal up at Acme tools. The rapid charger is also $79 by itself. Ended up paying $539 shipped. So basically the saw was under $100 since I would have been getting the batteries anyways. I didn't need the saw since I just got a new 12" corded so if it doesn't come in handy I will sell it and still wind up saving a bunch.

Acme tools also had great deals on the 9.0 battery kits. One came with the 7 1/4" FUEL circular saw and one came with the FUEL Sawzall. Both were priced at $249 which is a killer deal and they had the 10% coupon. No tax here in California either.
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Quote from tinybfk View Post :
These batteries (the 9.0 high demand) retail for $199 each and will be great for their yard tools when they release them next year
Also looking forward to their yard tools, specifically their line and hedge trimmer.

I ended up picking up this deal from my local distributor that matched price when I texted him a screen shot of the item in cart as well as the item description with 2 batteries.

For someone like me, that has a radial arm saw in my shop and an ancient makita non sliding miter miter saw for on the go, this is perfect for me for the price. I've watched many previews and reviews and it seems plenty powerful enough for me.
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Quote from jermzdee View Post :
certain things should be cordless...this is not one of them.
maybe someone could use when stick building a hip/valley roof and just can't get the cuts right. LMAO
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This seems like a ridiculously high markup for "cordless" ability. I mean, seriously... how often do you need a freaking miter saw and there is not power outlet within a half a mile radius?

A 100 ft extension cord will pretty much do the trick 99% of the time. What you gain in "portability" you will wind up losing in power and battery run out.

Oh, but you can "plug it in" with an adapter. Wow! What an amazing feature.... um... just like a normal 150 dollar model...
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Quote from joe1512 View Post :
This seems like a ridiculously high markup for "cordless" ability. I mean, seriously... how often do you need a freaking miter saw and there is not power outlet within a half a mile radius?

A 100 ft extension cord will pretty much do the trick 99% of the time. What you gain in "portability" you will wind up losing in power and battery run out.

Oh, but you can "plug it in" with an adapter. Wow! What an amazing feature.... um... just like a normal 150 dollar model...
Or buy a small generator and have power anywhere.
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Quote from joe1512 View Post :
This seems like a ridiculously high markup for "cordless" ability. I mean, seriously... how often do you need a freaking miter saw and there is not power outlet within a half a mile radius?

A 100 ft extension cord will pretty much do the trick 99% of the time. What you gain in "portability" you will wind up losing in power and battery run out.

Oh, but you can "plug it in" with an adapter. Wow! What an amazing feature.... um... just like a normal 150 dollar model...
A normal corded DeWalt 10" double-bevel compound slider costs $499 at Home Depot, so the extra $100 is a pretty normal price difference when going cordless.
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Quote from jermzdee View Post :
certain things should be cordless...this is not one of them.
I completely agree.
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