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Milwaukee M18 18v Red Lithium Ion Battery 3.0Ah - £37.98 Delivered @ Toolstation
Posted 5 h, 22 m agoPosted 5 h, 22 m ago
Good price for genuine batteries. 3Ah is perfect for DIY use in drills, drivers etc. Will easily last a day of heavy use without being too heavy. Free delivery too which is usuall… Read more

Possibly, but the 5Ah is typically about £60 and no guarantee that won't need to be jump started as well. Not really an issue if it does for the sake of two minutes with a couple of hits of wire. I still think this is better deal unless you need the extra capacity, which is unlikely unless your regularly using it on something like a grinder or circular saw. For DIY use I'd much rather have two of these for £75 than a single 5Ah for £60.


I know it’s new I bought one lol but it’s old discontinued stock i can’t tell the difference between the 5ah and 3ah weight wise. For those that don’t want to jump start it then be better buying the newer batteries.


These are new. It's not uncommon to have to 'jump start' new batteries. I've had to do it with other brands too.


Bought one of these the other day from store got it home was dead had to bump start it off my other battery by connecting them together. Wouldn’t say there’s a discernible difference between the 5ah and 3ah weight. Would recommend just buying a new one I needed mine same day so didn’t have the luxury.


No, It's the standard 3.Ah - think it's been discontinued in favour of the high output hence the discounted price.

Milwaukee Fastback Flip Utility Knife with Blade Compartment £10.75 delivered @ FFX
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Posted 19 h, 8 m agoPosted 19 h, 8 m ago
Milwaukee Fastback Flip Utility Knife with Blade Compartment

Its called the Fastback for a reasons - you can flick it open once button is depressed - not sure the Stanley can do that?


I've got both and much prefer the Milwaukee. Not sure how the Stanley can be smoother, the Milwaukee can be flicked open with one hand or the blade will even fall into place under gravity once the button's pressed.


The Stanley fatmax is better in my opinion, particular the opening and closing mechanism is MUCH SMOOTHER. and I've abused that fatmax utility knife.


Cheers, I knew it would serve a purpose but wasn’t sure what. Guess I should have read the full description :D


Still available, just got one. Thanks OP

Milwaukee M18ONEPP2A2-502X 18V 2x5.0Ah Li-ion Fuel One-Key Twin Pack - £369 @ FFX
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Seems like a good deal, but I could be wrong? The Milwaukee M18ONEPP2A2-502X contains the M18ONEPD brushless percussion drill and the M18ONEID brushless impact driver. Both tools … Read more

Can anybody try to add this to basket and select PayPal as a payment and see if it's going through. Been trying to get this for a few days and stuck on loading page.


Not sure, the link is still showing £369 for me.


How come when I follow the link its coming up as £389 but when I search on their website it's £369 (confused)


Ordered M18FPP2A2-502X GEN3 from SGS @ £350


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Milwaukee FASTBACK Flip Utility Knife £12.95 delivered @ FFX
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Supposed to be a really good knife, this. Cheapest I could find it.

Is the knife in this deal not the newer version too, just without blade storage? It seems to be the same shape and product codes are one digit apart so I think both are the newer versions. The deal's ended now but will try to find elsewhere if this is definitely the code for the older one with reportedly better quality.


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I agree, thats why i posted some better alternatives above


The Real Steel Luna from Heinnie Haynes is the best value pocket knife available imo. I wouldn't be EDC'ing any knife in a large town or city though, especially if you are under 40. A knife is a brilliant tool to have on you. I would actually like to be able to carry one of these but these days even "nice" people can't really carry any sort of penknife. Although pretty much all knife crime is done with kitchen knives so I'm not sure why we are so worried about more practice penknives/utility knives that do have a legit use and are generally not suitable for committing crimes with anyway. EDIT: I wouldn't EDC this but every time after having used this for a job I'd prefer not to have to worry that I haven't accidentally left it in my coat pocket.


I agree knives are useful, and I always have a swiss army knife on me, but would never consider carrying a 'Stanley' knife when out walking etc. Can't imagine anyone with honest intentions thinking it would be a good idea to carry this type of knife.

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Milwaukee FUEL M18FFN-0C 18v Framing Nailer - Bare £399.98 at Powertoolmate
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Best price I've seen for this nailer. It's a bare tool but the batteries and chargers are also available at a great price from this supplier. Interestingly it comes out cheaper to … Read more

cheers ordered :)


Wouldn’t know mate couldn’t think of anything worse than nailing the mother in law


Anyone know if I’d get a shorter sentence if the mother in law catches a stray nail instead of a .45?

Milwaukee Packout Storage System Set 3 Pcs £199.99 delivered at Screwfix
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Milwaukee pack out starter set. Includes trolley box, large box and box. Constructed from impact-resistant polymer and IP65 rated seals to prevent damage. Multi-footprint modul… Read more

Trend do a really good quality kit if you weren't a sucker for adding bits and pieces onto your stack. Trend Pro stuff. FFX do a 4 piece kit for £140 delivered - its a 3 piece kit like the Packout, with an extra smaller portable box. I will confess my cordless stuff is nearly all Makita, inside my packout kit. :D the only Milkwaukee power tools are my impact wrenches, Milwaukee are leagues ahead on those.


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Thanks for the reply. A lad on our site had his stack in a container that was getting lifted by a big telehandler and the container fell off the back because it was unbalanced and a stack of thick threaded bar ended his packout crate swiftly (:I God knows what I'd relegate my old cases to if I go for it. Mind that packout light and charger station looks pretty wicked at £200 odd on SGS.


Those cases don't fit the packout unfortunately. They usually have the side clips that means you can stack those ones together at least. You can buy packout feet so you could add it to a packout kit, but you'd not be able to add anything on top of it. Yeah, they are expensive but they are bloody tough and help keep things well sorted. I refuse to buy the crate at £60 or so, so screwed 4 packout feet onto a wine crate. :D


You're probably the one to know, do the cases that come with most Milwaukee kits fit onto this or are they incompatible? I see the normal boxes like the ones I have have red bits on the sides and no metal corners on the front like yours and I understand packout has bits on the bottom too. Just seems a shame to have a bunch of cases go to waste and have to buy stupidly expensive ones.