All Milwaukee Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Took two weeks, but mine finally arrived today!
Got one and they are pretty good
I use these in Milwaukee impact driver 18v and there’s no distortion or breaking so far, heavy use 6 months use so far (prior to lockdown)
Thought it was a vape (lol)
3.25 now but ordered anyway as I keep bending these when I drop my driver (annoyed)
did any get this, i was refunded...
Seller has put their price up for some reason, the code is still valid but they've upped their price by over £800 (lol)
Price now shows £999.99? Has it expired?
It's £150. I would be looking for more than just 30nm for that price.
I can only speak from my own experience, which is automotive, with the 12v range of Sealey tools, I repair and maintain vehicles and the Sealey tools I bought and use on a daily basis are the CP1204 impact wrench and the CP1202 rachet wrench, both 3/8" drive. Both appear to be well made, perform very well and I get good battery life from both. I would say I use the impact wrench more, and usually for repetative things like removing/refitting the numerous fasteners around engine covers and under trays now fitted to modern vehicles, but it easily copes with larger stuff, up to 13mm, and is a great labour and time saver. The rating is 80nm but I find this adequate for a 3/8 drive wrench. I see someone has posted that the Milwaukee wrench is rated at 310nm. While it's nice to have this sort of power you do not need it on a small wrench and will find you will be snapping bolts or stripping threads when tightening them if not careful. I'm not knocking Milwaukee stuff, like you I have several of their tools and they are excellent and have recently replaced my Dewalt 18volt combi drill with a Milwaukee one and I am very pleased and wont be going back. I also have the Milwaukee 18v 1/2" drive impact wrench, the high torque version, which is a beast and will cope with anything, but again you have to be careful to prevent sheared bolts.
Still waiting for 6 weeks for euro car parts to supply the stuff I paid for, impossible to contact , non existent customer service, I wouldn't spend that sort of money with them given the lack of contact or service. Sorry Danny I have to vote cold
Possible 4.95% cashback with topcashback too takes it down to £513 (I think)
Mechanic sets seem to be rare (sets seem to have drivers rather than wrench) good price .
Great price if you need all the kit.
Sorry mate multi tasking so didn't read properly. Guess it is non essential but you can always pay online and collect in a couple of weeks. Or you can order from FFX, see above. It is cheaper and delivered for free.
That really doesn’t answer my question mate
Great spirit level. I bought this to place in socket back boxes to ensure they are levelled. Just the right size for 2 Gang socket back boxes and for 1 Gang put the level on top.
Yes i just put one through, i have one already,so haven't actually purchased this time, i have been to click and collect which is from a paste table at the door so you'll be ok (y)
Look like a great deal and very tempted to order!!! I don’t suppose anyone can help on a query? I’ll be using mainly for masonry drilling - and wondering if the additional torque offered by the FUEL model is needed.
How are they serving you? Do you have any feedback, I'm stuck between brands, either Milwaukee or DeWalt.
I got these over the Dewalt. As said they are pretty much the same. The warranty on ther batteries swayed me (dewault dont do it). They are powerful enough for my useage, Great kit.
The dilemma between these and the Dewalt deal. Don’t think there is much in it at all really. Ended up ordered these as the brand name seems to be favoured over Dewalt. I think the dealt impact may be slightly more powerful, but realistically going to be fine for my useage
If Milwaukee offer a 3 year guarantee as DeWalt do its not contest, Milwaukee everyday. If they don't however, it's a toss up between those 2ah extra on the Milwaukees and the 3 year guarantee that I know DeWalt do offer. Also, i have the DeWalts, (996+887) excellent peices of kit, but i advocate get the best deal you can for your money.
Missed that deal. Drats...
its at £33
I’ve found their adjustables and vice grips are good. Not impressed with their bits. Can’t comment on their power tools, I’m a Mak man.
Wasn’t impressed with these. Wera impaktor bits are the best I’ve tried.
Was eyeing that one myself, seems a handy grab box with the nut drivers. Can't see myself ever needing so many TX bits though, great for new stuff but my current house all existing screws are PZ including decking etc.
Nice one (highfive)
https://www.toolstation.com/dewalt-flextorq-screw-driving-bit-set/p36809 I found these recently, which seem pretty good. Granted that they are a bit more expensive, but they have more of the longer bits which I find handy. I haven't abused them yet, so can't vouch for how tough they are. Thought I would add as a comparison.
End bits are fine just straighten them out with an iron......
So not that good then (confused)
Have had 2 of these, good bits but all of the long bits are bent so wobble when rotated in a drill. Some more than others.... First lot went back...
Yep, I bought the Bosch ones too. It included the blue drill bits which I have bought on it's only before so I know these are good stuff. I feel like getting another Bosch set as they are that good and great value.
I bought the Bosch one's from last week and they are very good. I have some Milwaukee shockwaves and they are also very good. It comes down to price and colour of the box.
... and it's not expired, you can still buy from Amazon at this price if you're prepared to wait for new stock.
Same price on FFX, a much better UK based company. Free postage, excellent service. https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Milwaukee-4932430906-4002395385683-48Pc-Shockwave-Impact-Driver-Bit-Set
Out of stock 😔
ProjectFarm did a great video on impact bits and the Milwaukee shockwave bits came out on top.
Ah right, I was lost for while there. Duh. Thanks for pointing it out. (y)
You generally find usb stick from this website so I assume it's s joke
Cold, won't fit a standard usb slot.
It must be one of the last models they don’t make a fuel version of. Must be coming out soon.....
The vibrations on mine shakes the battery off!
I have both Milwaukee and DeWalt. For multitool I ended up going for DeWalt. More comfortable and it’s brushless (I don’t think the Milwaukee are brushless)
I have this, it's OK, but it's a little light and the vibrations go through your hand a lot, I also have the makita 18v which it a lot heavier and doesn't vibrate your hand anywhere near as much.
The bog standard Stanley ones aren't that good but the Fatmax ones are excellent. This is a fantastic tape. I bought one last year.
I got the Stanley 5m. It's floppy. Think it's time to pull the fatmax out
Not used these but the two Stanley 8m tapes for the same price are perfectly good in Screwfix (y) 🏻
These are rubbish I changed all my tools over to Milwaukee thinking there the best, but there tape measures are rubbish! The best is Stanley Fat Max.
Will these start to fall apart after 1 metre? Want one that won't bend easily
Why has this alert only just come up? When it looks as if it was posted 19 days ago.
Back in stock
My 12v drill just gave up. Any deals for the unit only?
Out of stock. Was so going to get on this. Well spotted
My dewalt just packed in after 6 years if hard use so have had my monies worth! Was on a third set of batteries as they seem to fail quickly although very goid out the box. Seeing this after much research i treated myself to this deal which is extremely well priced given the battery power, top brand and warranty. Friends in the trade suggested Millwaukee and they have used both brands. I intend to extend purchase a bare body grinder also as 2 batteries will be plenty for day to day diy. If i get another 6 years out of this kit i will be happy this kit after multiple searches is selling up to £450 elsewhere and cheapest comparison was £275 as at today. Dewalt comparison slightly cheaper but lesser warranty and very small battery compared to mwkee if youre doing a like for like should be a good investment. I like having decent gear
No problem. Milwaukee for me is a Brand that they market really well. However I'm not a huge fan of their tools, I use Milwaukee at work and I personally don't like them. You won't be disappointed with DeWalt.
Thanks for this, I'll probably go for the de walt then, like the look of the milwaukee but de walt seems like great value.
This is what I actually have even though I posted this Milwaukee deal. It's an amazing drill. Won't let you down and if you a DIYer like myself the 2ah batteries are ideal. Light but last hours. Trust me you won't be disappointed. Also I researched drills for about 2 months none stop before making my purchase so it was a very thoroughly researched decision haha.
I'm liking the look of this but is this https://www.wickes.co.uk/DEWALT-DCD796D2-GB-18V-2-X-2-0Ah-XR-Li-Ion-Cordless-Hammer-Drill-Driver/p/168512 A better option? It seems more powerful and is lots cheaper?
Just stick the the tried and true 'man draw' no matter how much stuff you have more always fits in :D Need a ignition switch for a 67 Chevy Impala - Man draw Need that replica winning lure from the Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo - Man draw! Need a transdimensional portal into the land of Narnia - Ma.. Oh wait thats grandmas wardrobe.. but you get the idea.
Which storage system to go for? My OCD (flirt) means I can't decide on this, DeWalt T-Stak or the "Really Useful Box" system. I can't get round to sorting my hoard out, until I decide what storage system to sort it in to. :S (y)
That’s not a packout 3 box Above is what the packout 3 box is..
good price i got a latern, and having removable battery means i never have to worry about it working, i keep my spare battery on it
Good deal, I’ve got the batteries so only buy bare units. Can’t find it cheaper (y)
Great find, just what I'm after OP, nice one (y)
Offers like these, where the product is bare/naked, are usually aimed towards those who already own the relevant tools which have the batteries and chargers. Im sure there are plenty of torches on the market that use standard alkaline batteries or are rechargeable for a lesser price. Heat from me (y)
Sorry OP, i'm saying cold because of the cost of the battery making this deal pointless unless you already own the battery pack. Anyone who doesn't have the battery could buy something like this instead, which includes the battery: https://www.amazon.co.uk/NOVOSTELLA-Rechargeable-Multi-functional-Searchlight-Lightweight/dp/B01N9Q8P9Q?ref_=fsclp_pl_dp_1
With a Phillips
These are for an impact driver....the person who invented the flat head screw should have been stabbed in the throat.
they all look like philips ends none flat
Why does the review mention drill bits?
I use the cheap Makita ones. Only about a fiver a set and only have 5 bits but I tend to only use 6&8mm and occasionally 10. Makita D-03888 SDS Plus Drill Performance Set (5-Piece) - SILVER amazon.co.uk/dp/B0037S1NYE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_p8ewEbECA0T2Y You can see here I last bought these about two years ago and they're still going strong.
Use them Last forever https://www.toolstation.com/bosch-sds-plus-tough-box-drill-bit-set/p62402
Any insight on what the best drill bits to get for an ssd would be. I want something that will last, even if a little pricier initially??? Tired of getting cheap bits that dont last
I looked at Wera too but their prices are high! Took a punt on Erbauer and was not disappointed. Only reason I had to buy more was I lost them!
but wheres the link ? ;)
Offer expired now
Great price and easy local pickup. I'm loving my Milwaukee impact driver and jigsaw.
Surely that depends on whether you have/need a chainsaw and/or 18V Milwaukee tools.
Got the email, it was funny because right below this battery deal they had a Titan Chainsaw for the same price, chainsaw or battery, chainsaw or battery...hmmm! :D
Deal of the day so only offer for today.
This is expensive. My local merchant has this on offer at £10+vat
No flat bits according to the reviews. I’d have bought but prefer a more comprehensive set so I’ve got less running about.
Great bit set - I have been using it on a house build and none of the bits have broken despite hundreds and hundreds of screws being put in - most of which are 125s. Using with Milwaukee impact driver for best performance! (y) 🏻
Amazon just price matching Screwfix they are always this price