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Milwaukee M18BJS 18v Jigsaw Body-only £120.98 @ Toolstation
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I didn't notice this the other day when I was looking so I don't know if it's just been added? Anyway, great price if you've already got the batteries & charger. Use code VALE… Read more
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Good price
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andywedge2 m ago

Thanks for posting @ThanksForThat , I've added the price and merchant to …Thanks for posting @ThanksForThat , I've added the price and merchant to the title


Cheers Andy, I keep forgetting to do that
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Thanks for posting @ThanksForThat , I've added the price and merchant to the title
Milwaukee M12CPD Brushless 12v Combi, 2 x 4ah Batteries, Charger, Case £143.99 @ ITS
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Another crazy Milwaukee deal. Next cheapest is Toolstop at £170 but they're on back order, £200+ everywhere else. Brushless, 13mm chuck, 39nm torque, 2 x 4ah batteries, 60 min ch… Read more
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ThanksForThat14 h, 19 m ago

Have a look at the M18FPD- 2000 RPM & 135nm torque. Hell of a drill, and …Have a look at the M18FPD- 2000 RPM & 135nm torque. Hell of a drill, and it's not big either.

You got a link ?
I won a M18 Fuel set s few years ago. Milwaukee brand is bad ass and defo won't use the regular brands aimed at the DIY'er, which only last a minimal time. Waste of your money and you get what you pay for
ThanksForThat14 h, 50 m ago

It doesn't affect me personally, I don't post up deals for my benefit, I …It doesn't affect me personally, I don't post up deals for my benefit, I post them up for the benefit of others. Voting something down just because it doesn't fit your budget or it's not your favourite brand is what is completely unnecessary, and makes it look like a bad deal to all those who might have been interested- and to be honest it gets a bit tedious after a while. I had someone once go and vote all my listings down just because they were for the same brand (he actually said as much), so I'd say not unneccessary, totaly warranted.Anyone who knows this product knows how good a deal it is- less than the value of it's component parts. You could sell everything bar the drill and reclaim your outlay, thus getting a free drill (which sells for £75-£100)- or sell the lot and turn a nice profit. Therefore the people down-voting it are people who have no interest or knowledge of the product, which surely isn't why the system was set up? It's supposed to be a gauge of how good the deal is, not a gauge of brand preference or personal budget- it makes a mockery of the whole system.And for the record, a £10 drill will definitely be sh*t, probably be dangerous, and is certainly morally reprehensible- the plug on the end is worth a tenth of the cost. How much rice do you think the employees earn for making it?


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rhodyate4 h, 24 m ago

hot hot hot = love Milwaukee tools


Though it aint what it used to be
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Milwaukee 12v Drill/Driver, 2x 2ah Batteries, Case, Charger, £86 (ish) with code @ Toolstation
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Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
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 … Read more
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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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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
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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pkitch19 h, 49 m ago

Code not working for me?


Did you add something else to take it to £100?
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Milwaukee 18v Combi Drill, SDS & 12v Torch Set, 2 x 5ah Batteries, Charger, Bag £319.98 @ Toolstation
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Good price considering it includes £150 worth of batteries, and it's come down another £30 since the last time it was posted on here. I've seen a few Toolstation discount codes kno… Read more
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Now £399.98
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Yeah my bad, it was me being thick!
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greg556785 h, 8 m ago

About £500’s worth if you bought it individuallyEdit: VALENTINES18 brings i …About £500’s worth if you bought it individuallyEdit: VALENTINES18 brings it down to 305.98


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About £500’s worth if you bought it individually

Edit: VALENTINES18 brings it down to 305.98
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Milwaukee M12BPP2B-421C 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack £133.98 @ Toolstation
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Use code JAN18PROMO for final price free delivery next cheapest around £230 it seems
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That's a hell of a price, the batteries alone are worth almost half that. If I didn't already have the drill/driver and the 18v impact I'd be all over this. For the record I've got two Milwaukee 18v combi's and the 12v one is my go-to driver, 9 times out of 10 it gets the job done and it's a lot lighter!
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 7th Feb
12v models are ideal if you're doing an lot of work above shoulder height. I've got the 18v kit with 4ah batteries. It's surprising how quickly that makes your arm ache!
thanks all for the guidance, got this delivered today, seems very slow, maybe because im used to my uncles m18s which are very powerful, so ordered the dewalt screwfix ones
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if you use daily invest in these
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the extra £100 would be worth it for the batteries alone... as there £60ea and there the upgraded combi and impact

all depends on budget, how much you use, and what your using for
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the dewalts are more powerful but are larger

I have the DeWalt DCF886N impact which is 165nm which is excellent.. the one you post is 155nm so probly not far off it

as for the combi I cant comment but the DeWalt DCD996N I use is good but not excellent probly due to the electronic clutch


given the choice personally if I had no kit... id go for the 18v dewalt (little bias as I have 10+ 18v units)... just for the basis that you can buy other naked components for the dewalt 18v that are more competitively priced

I have also purchased the 12v Milwaukee kit.. but more because I wanted small compact drills
Milwaukee 360 deg illuminum lantern naked (no battery) £30 @ Plumbcenter
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
To be used as part of your Milwaukee tools , with your Milwaukee M12 battery only Seems good, bought a torch for £15 from ebay which uses the same battery, but usually i need ge… Read more
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jayman19861 h, 5 m ago

How much is a battery?



you are meant to use it with one of your tools battery, so like my screwdriver battery, You would have to buy a milwaukee charger and battery and then it would be quiet overpriced just for a lamp. about £20 for battery and £15 for a charger (ebay)
jayman19861 h, 2 m ago

How much is a battery?


It depends. 20-25 quid for a 4 Ah battery on ebay (off brand). If you don’t have them already then it’s not a good deal, but if you already have batteries it’s good.
Despondent29 m ago

I don’t get why it’s being voted cold, a standalone usb charger costs abo …I don’t get why it’s being voted cold, a standalone usb charger costs about £20 and a standalone area light is usually £50+. I just got one, to be collected next week (free). Thanks!!


How much is a battery?
I don’t get why it’s being voted cold, a standalone usb charger costs about £20 and a standalone area light is usually £50+. I just got one, to be collected next week (free). Thanks!!
No battery.... I assume then that you get a little man inside on a bike peddling like mad to produce the power......
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Various colours 'Milwaukee' gas lift bar stool @ Debenhams £21.34 inc £3.49 P&P
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Great price on these reduced from £70. Take a seat, for £17.85 plus £3.49 P&P or free delivery if ordering over £45 from Debenhams. There are 5 colours to choose from; Cream, … Read more
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These were used to furnish our student halls a few years back, not very comfortable for long periods of use and easily broken.
Terrible reviews unfortunately. I'd rather pay a bit more for some decent ones.
These are chrome bar stools, Not to be used in steamy kitchens, they WILL rust. You could have 2 of the Argos stools mentioned for around £50 or 2 of these for around £35. I think my moneys on these, but boring colours.


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The saving looks great but are they really any better than those that go for £20-35.

I think I prefer this one argos.co.uk/pro…999
Milwaukee M18BPP7A-402B 18V 7-Piece Power Tool Kit + 2x 4ah Batteries, Charger & Bag£664.96 @ Anglia Tool Centre
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Brilliant price on this- next cheapest I've found is £719, but nearer a grand at most places. A really good selection of tools as well- I've been chopping up trees all week with m… Read more
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hotbadger20176 m ago

I've never had Ryobi but the drill gets very good reviews. For DIY it …I've never had Ryobi but the drill gets very good reviews. For DIY it seems pretty good value if someone needs all those tools!


You can never have too many tools! Specifically, you can never have too many drills. I think I've got ten?
sparklehedgehog9 h, 36 m ago

A whole 8% off when you’re spending 2/3rds of a grand?! That’s a proper bar …A whole 8% off when you’re spending 2/3rds of a grand?! That’s a proper bargain!!!


That’s irrelavent if you can’t find the products cheaper elsewhere. What do you expect
linhang909 h, 22 m ago

Thats cheap as heck.. butWow thats cheap as chips.. but the design of it …Thats cheap as heck.. butWow thats cheap as chips.. but the design of it reminds me of Guild tools from argos... very basic DIY products.. cheap in price and quality.. its out of stock in every store near me


I've never had Ryobi but the drill gets very good reviews. For DIY it seems pretty good value if someone needs all those tools!
Milwaukee M18BIW38-0 18V Li-Ion Compact Impact Wrench 3/8" Body Only SAVE over 25% RRP £134.44 @ Toolstation
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SAVE £34.46 Works with all Milwaukee M18 batteries. • No load speed: 0-2450rpm • Max torque: 210Nm • Impact rate: 0-3350ipm Requires Li-Ion battery: 2.0Ah 39390 , 4.0Ah 19197 … Read more
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csi_guy50 m ago

It’s pronounced Mill-EE-walkay


Which is Algonquin for 'The Good Land'”

The battery costs just as much as the drill ffs. If you don't use them enough the batteries only last 10 minutes before they need charging.
It’s pronounced Mill-EE-walkay
Milwaukee 12V Li-Ion Cordless Compact SAVE £100 RRP 274.83 @ Toolstation
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DESCRIPTIONMilwaukee compact percussion combi drill and impact driver twin pack • M12BPD 12V Combi drill • M12BID 12V Impact driver • 1 x 4.0Ah red Li-Ion batteries • 1 x 2.0Ah red… Read more
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Very light bit probably not avaliable in store or online
Their handy tools when you don't need the power of an 18v, a lot lighter to hold above your head.
Only 12v max torque 30nm
Milwaukee M18FPD-502X 18V Li-Ion Cordless Fuel Percussion Combi Drill 2 x 5.0Ah £175.99 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee designed and built brushless Powerstate motor • No load speed: 0–550 / 0–2,000rpm • Maximum torque: 130Nm • Impact rate 0–32,000bpm • 13mm keyless chuck Complete with 2 … Read more
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A more expensive version of a budget Ryobi.

Made by the same people
Out of stock
A friend who managed to place an order got a phone call and a refund.
Just in toolstation . No no no
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Milwaukee M12B6 12v 6ah Li-ion Battery £49.72 Dispatched from and sold by Powertoolmate - Amazon
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Good price on this, including free delivery. Cheapest I've found so far, though in some cases not by much. On the other hand places are still selling the 4ah battery for not much l… Read more
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Cheaper here - might help someone
Milwaukee 18v Drill and impact driver twin pack £238.80 inc VAT @ Selco
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A good price for a decent brand 18 volt twin pack with 2 x 4.0 Ah batteries
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure the brushless version is called "fuel".

No fuel on this version so not so good!
dozstanford10th Sep

Sooooo, this is trade only then ?



Selco sell to the public

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nope i was wrong, as dozstanfordpointed out and still says trade only on the website, thought they were open to the public now
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subhi10th Sep

Excellent price, most other shops charge 200+ Vat just for the Combi drill …Excellent price, most other shops charge 200+ Vat just for the Combi drill and batteries.Effectively the impact driver is free.The Combi is brushless too.



I'm pretty sure this is not the brushless one
Great kit bought the same at Plumb centre for £173.99 plus vat.
dozstanford9 h, 15 m ago

You have clearly never used a Festool or Hilti then I presume.

Ahem! Metabo.
Milwaukee M18SET2B-513B 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill, SDS Hammer Drill & M12 LED Torch Kit 2 £349 @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee 3 piece kit: M18BPD 18V Li-Ion Combi drill • High performance 4-pole motor • No load speed: 0-450 / 0-1,800rpm • Redlink overload protection • Full metal gear box • 13 mm… Read more
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great deal got one today also has sds chuck convertor in box
I just want the drill
dozstanford6 m ago

This deal is freezing …This deal is freezing because......https://www.its.co.uk/pd/Milwaukee-Cordless-18v-Li-ion-SDS--and-Combi-Dill-Kit_MILM18BSET2B513B.htm

That's excl VAT so this deal is cheaper by about £10
gold3n_dragon4 m ago

How is this SDS drill compare to 18v SDS dewalt drill?

I’ve used both at work other peoples of course, and prefer the Milwaukee.

I would love to buy this kit to replace my makita stuff but I’m going the states in May so will probably hold off.
Wish it was an impact driver rather than a combo drill.
MILWAUKEE M18 BJS JIGSAW (No Battery) - Free delivery £132 - UKToolCentre
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Seems to be £30 cheaper than the nearest reseller according to Google shopping. Good deal if you're into the Milwaukee echosystem. The Milwaukee M18 BJS Jigsaw is fitted with a … Read more
Your find that most users here are the kind of person who is happy to pay £10 for a tool from say Aldi and use it once or twice a year, those few professional users who use these tools day in day out at work will know the difference between the brands, this is an excellent price so voted hot
Heat from me but people expect things like this for £50 with a battery! - unfortunately there are lots of fly-by cold voters, they seem to take great pleasure in voting cold unless they specifically want that product.
why cold ? , I've been after one of these for awhile and this is a good price, I've got all milwaukee anyway = Hot from me
Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. Only £247 with voucher code 32q0pcf from anglia tool centre
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Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver pair. 2x 18v lithium ion 4ah batteries charger and case for £247! With code 32q0pcf That's diy price! Free next day delivery too. Ch… Read more
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own the hammer drill , use it for diy and its pleasant to use.
I wanted something more reliable than the diy brands but not cost the earth like the Makita, which is in another range and price
the batteries do make many sets expensive

drilling 7mm drill bit in to brick is loud, so if i have to do more that 2 holes I would probably get my wired sds out.
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Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver Check out the specs there … Milwaukee combi hammer drill and impact driver Check out the specs there a power house.\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


try driving these with them toys screwfix.com/p/s…349
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I would not want to be holding that with 125 Nm going through it.
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I'm a Panasonic man dude. But the m18 battery platform is great. Loads of scope for body only deals and this kit gets you 2x 4ah batteries so you get the drills for pennies. They will be great for most people's needs anyway. What are you driving in that needs 125nm?
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rhodyate4 h, 10 m ago

HA,HA LOL, you must have a Makita

​u must never used proper makita combi....
Makita DHP481 generates 125Nm of torque which is more than twice powerful than that Milwaukee toy!!!!
dream on super aldi drill user
Milwaukee M18CSX Reciprocating Saw HARD CASE £44.95 @ eBay - mj_plastics_and_plumbing
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Not so much a "deal", but these cases are like hens teeth- they're not available to buy on their own, they only come from split-packs, so if you want one now's your chance!
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dannyjones106

​Voted hot to balance out your nonsense.



​Yes, not sure why he felt the need to post that nonsense on each of his deals
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shadey12

£45 for a case, are these the deals you were posting, then complaining … £45 for a case, are these the deals you were posting, then complaining when mods removed them?



Its just a matter of perspective I guess; if you're used to buying Lidl & Aldi power tools, then yes its crazy money for a case. If you've spent the £250+ on the contents that fit the case, then £45 to keep them protected isn't a bad investment.
For the record, £45 is a bit too rich for my blood, but like I said- this isn't an actual product you can buy in a shop; you have to wait until someone has split a pack up. So yeah, £45 isn't exactly a bargain, but neither is it ludicrous and if you're in the market for one you don't have much option.
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Too many posts for same batch of deals.Cooling applied as a consequence



​Voted hot to balance out your nonsense.
You could get a real branded product for this money... unknown brand... better with Sony...
Too many posts for same batch of deals.

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Milwaukee M12BD-202C 12v Compact Drill/Driver Kit £104.46 @ Anglia Tool Centre
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Not sure what's going on with Anglia's description on this but it's all over the place. I own this and its basically the M12BPD without the hammer action and with a hex chuck. It'… Read more
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How are they same batch of deals? Three different items (at good prices) at different retailers...
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Too many posts for same batch of deals.

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Milwaukee M18 18v 6-Bay Battery Charger £74.99 @ Trade Counter Direct
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Not exactly a "bargain" for a battery charger, but still the cheapest I've seen it.
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Andrew299

Too many posts for same batch of deals.Cooling applied as a consequence



​What kind of ridiculous reason is that to vote a deal cold?
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Master.G

You've upset someone, somehow fella. Three posts, all going cold.



Ah well, I'll live I'm eagerly awaiting the cold-voter's posting up where they've found them cheaper.
You've upset someone, somehow fella. Three posts, all going cold.
Too many posts for same batch of deals.

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