Milwaukee C12MT-0 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Multi Cutter Tool Body Only £79.98 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee C12MT-0 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Multi Cutter Tool Body Only £79.98 @ Toolstation

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Found 18th Feb
Milwaukee 12V Multi tool better than half price. Voucher available for on over £100 spend hotukdeals.com/vou…892
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It's actually a bit cheaper at SGS engineering, but they are out of stock. Being a great price, have some heat.
Despondent12 m ago

It's actually a bit cheaper at SGS engineering, but they are out of stock. …It's actually a bit cheaper at SGS engineering, but they are out of stock. Being a great price, have some heat.


I find that a lot, prices cheaper when there's no stock, I once tried to price match with a company quoting a price that was out of stock somewhere else, they said yes our prices are a lot cheaper when we have no stock.

I'm not having a go at the comment it's helpful to know if they get more stock in.
Buyer1024GB8 m ago

I find that a lot, prices cheaper when there's no stock, I once tried to …I find that a lot, prices cheaper when there's no stock, I once tried to price match with a company quoting a price that was out of stock somewhere else, they said yes our prices are a lot cheaper when we have no stock.I'm not having a go at the comment it's helpful to know if they get more stock in.


For the record, I bought previously from SGS engineering at a great price AND in stock. You just have to keep an eye on it. IE: a Milwaukee M18 Fuelreciprocating saw for 113 quid (VAT included). Price is normally 140 or so for the NON-fuel recip saw. and around 160 for the Fuel version.
Despondent2 h, 18 m ago

For the record, I bought previously from SGS engineering at a great price …For the record, I bought previously from SGS engineering at a great price AND in stock. You just have to keep an eye on it. IE: a Milwaukee M18 Fuelreciprocating saw for 113 quid (VAT included). Price is normally 140 or so for the NON-fuel recip saw. and around 160 for the Fuel version.


Excellent saw for the money
Got one of these to add to my M12 kit. Great offer and the best when it comes to compact power tools.
Despondent18th Feb

For the record, I bought previously from SGS engineering at a great price …For the record, I bought previously from SGS engineering at a great price AND in stock. You just have to keep an eye on it. IE: a Milwaukee M18 Fuelreciprocating saw for 113 quid (VAT included). Price is normally 140 or so for the NON-fuel recip saw. and around 160 for the Fuel version.


Is the deal for the saw still on?
Looking at this at the moment though wireless would be handy: amazon.co.uk/dp/…_it
Or this one which is currently on sale and cheap: screwfix.com/p/e…388
Edited by: "jazzist" 5th Mar
jazzist8 h, 16 m ago

Is the deal for the saw still on?Looking at this at the moment though …Is the deal for the saw still on?Looking at this at the moment though wireless would be handy: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006BRXN6E/?coliid=I20ZQ60Z138VVR&colid=1L5TG7EG2G3K8&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_itOr this one which is currently on sale and cheap: https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-erb373rsp-1100w-reciprocating-saw-240v/80388


Yes, as it's not a deal but the normal price, but they are now out of stock. That said, keep in mind it doesn't include a battery. People who use Milwaukee/Dewalt/Makita usually already have batteries and we prefer to pick and choose our kit. I have two 5 Ah and two 4 Ah myself, for instance.
sgs-engineering.com/pow…nit

If you're not going to use it on site (ie: diy around the house) have a look at Ryobi's cordless line. It's cheap and they have most tools you might need.
Edited by: "Despondent" 5th Mar
Despondent5th Mar

Yes, as it's not a deal but the normal price, but they are now out of …Yes, as it's not a deal but the normal price, but they are now out of stock. That said, keep in mind it doesn't include a battery. People who use Milwaukee/Dewalt/Makita usually already have batteries and we prefer to pick and choose our kit. I have two 5 Ah and two 4 Ah myself, for instance.https://www.sgs-engineering.com/power-tools/reciprocating-saws/m18csx-0-fuel-18v-recip-sawzall-bare-unitIf you're not going to use it on site (ie: diy around the house) have a look at Ryobi's cordless line. It's cheap and they have most tools you might need.


Thanks for the info.

I have pre-ordered the M18-CSX from SGS for £113.99 delivered, delivery in 2-4 weeks.

I couldn't find anywhere else close to the price and it's going to be a few weeks until I need to use it anyway.

Saves me having to research the best price again in a month's time or trying to catch it when it's in stock on their website.

I'm going to use it a fair bit this year on a couple of landscaping DIY projects and figure it will hold its value better than Ryobi if I then later decide to eBay it.

Also went for the M18 Fuel impact driver, 5.0 Ah battery and fast charger from Powertoolmate (decking project) ~£155 delivered.

Will get another battery if I need it, will try with one to start with.

Thanks again, fun couple of days at work used up researching power tools
Edited by: "jazzist" 7th Mar
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