Milwaukee 12v Drill/Driver, 2x 2ah Batteries, Case, Charger, £86 (ish) with code @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee 12v Drill/Driver, 2x 2ah Batteries, Case, Charger, £86 (ish) with code @ Toolstation

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Found 8th FebEdited by:"ThanksForThat"
Currently on at £99.98, but discount code VALENTINES18 will get you another £14 off orders over £100, so add the cheapest item you can find to get for about £86.

It's an absolute steal at this price (though if you have use for an impact driver the twin-pack is probably better value), and if you already have Milwaukee 12v tools you could keep the batteries and sell everything else for near enough what you paid.
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Junk.

We bought the angle grinder at work.
Awful. Wish we had bought a Makita
Original Poster
This isn't an angle grinder, it's a drill driver. And it's not junk, I own one and am seriously thinking about buying another,
sebs3 m ago

Junk.We bought the angle grinder at work.Awful. Wish we had bought a Makita


Lol. Milwaukee is way higher quality than Makita!
sebs27 m ago

Junk.We bought the angle grinder at work.Awful. Wish we had bought a Makita


If you had brushless you’d of been happy
Can recommend the Sawzall, very useful bit of kit.
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I like Makita corded stuff, I've got loads. And I've nothing against their cordless gear, but it's really not in the same league as Milwaukee. Best thing I did was switch to Milwaukee, and the 12v SDS is awesome, one of the best tools I've ever bought. The only time the corded SDS comes out now is if I'm going all the way through a wall.
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pkitch19 h, 49 m ago

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Did you add something else to take it to £100?
Not tried Milwaukee stuff, always found Makita more than adequate for my purposes, and cheap too if you buy tools separately to batteries.
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gazjon30 m ago

Not tried Milwaukee stuff, always found Makita more than adequate for my …Not tried Milwaukee stuff, always found Makita more than adequate for my purposes, and cheap too if you buy tools separately to batteries.


Try it, you won't go back. We ditched all our Makita cordless stuff at work for Panasonic, which are excellent, but the range is a bit lacking. Milwaukee has probably the biggest range of cordless tools, and the quality and service is there as well. I mean they're not cheap compared to Makita or DeWalt, but I'd never go back. I'm not a Makita-basher mind, I own loads of corded stuff (and got two more on the way), but for cordless it's Milwaukee all the way- the 12v SDS is truly excellent. And I've got the old version.
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 9th Feb
ThanksForThat2 h, 14 m ago

Try it, you won't go back. We ditched all our Makita cordless stuff at …Try it, you won't go back. We ditched all our Makita cordless stuff at work for Panasonic, which are excellent, but the range is a bit lacking. Milwaukee has probably the biggest range of cordless tools, and the quality and service is there as well. I mean they're not cheap compared to Makita or DeWalt, but I'd never go back. I'm not a Makita-basher mind, I own loads of corded stuff (and got two more on the way), but for cordless it's Milwaukee all the way- the 12v SDS is truly excellent. And I've got the old version.



I can't disagree with you, but as my own use now is purely DIY, replacing my cordless tools isn't really going to happen. I appreciate someone who enjoys using quality tools and another time, I would certainly give them a go, thanks.
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