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    1. Milwaukee 49-24-0200 Job Site
    $222.00
    2. Milwaukee 0624-2418 Volt 1/2"
    $180.49
    3. Milwaukee 6521-21 Heavy Duty 11
    $189.99
    4. Milwaukee 5616-21 2-1/4 Max HP
    5. DRIVER/DRILL, CORDLESS, 18V, MILWAUKEE,
    $209.99
    6. Milwaukee 9079-20 18-Volt 1/2"
    $349.99
    7. Milwaukee 5625-20 3-1/2 HP Fixed-Base
    $246.99
    8. Milwaukee 6310-22 18-Volt 6-1/2"
    $18.99
    9. Milwaukee 48-08-0401 Quik-Lok
    $459.99
    10. Milwaukee 0923-29 18V 1/2" Lok-Tor
    $129.99
    11. Milwaukee 48-59-0260 Multi-Bay
    $249.99
    12. Milwaukee 0622-2418 Volt 1/2"
    $189.99
    13. Milwaukee 0616-24 14.4 Volt 1/2"
    $29.99
    14. Milwaukee 49-22-1127 11-Piece
    $132.99
    15. Milwaukee 6266-22 Top Handle Orbital
    $279.99
    16. Milwaukee 6215 16" Electric Chain
    $123.49
    17. Milwaukee 6509-2210 Amp Sawzall
    $179.99
    18. Milwaukee 5616-20 2-1/4 Max HP
    $129.00
    19. Milwaukee 6390-21 7-1/4" Circular
    20. Milwaukee Cordless Drill/Driver

    1. Milwaukee 49-24-0200 Job Site Radio
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $190.00 -- our price: $89.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000067S15
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Sure, we know the sound of tools is music to your ears. But youhaven't heard anything half as sweet as Milwaukee's Job Site Radio.This tough little tank packs a Rockford Fosgate sound system with PunchEQ, features digital tuning with 20 presets, and wears 5-1/4-inchweather-resistant speakers with separate tweeters. We cranked it up inour warehouse amid machinery, swarming forklifts, and beehive-likeactivity and people stopped in their tracks and looked for the sourceof the music--and smiled when they saw it. Incredible sound pours outof this little beauty, and that's just the beginning of its list ofmerits. Milwaukee says it will withstand an 8-foot drop to concrete,and while we were unwilling to test this theory out on our radio, thesturdy construction and stout roll bars look like they could easilytake it. Better still is the power source: plug it in or use a12-, 14.4-, or 18-volt tool battery. Detractors don't like the factthat there's no built-in battery charger, but if you're running it offa battery, there's no power for a charger anyway. We say no big deal.The radio does, however, have a pass-through plug and a cell phonepower port. You can even tune in to National Weather Service broadcaststo see if your construction day's going to end early. The icing on thecake--it's a looker, too. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Rockford Fosgate Sound System with Punch EQ
    • Rugged construction withstands 8-foot drop to concrete
    • Digital tuning with up to 20 presets
    • 5-1/4" weather resistant speakers with separate tweeters

    Reviews (32)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Job Site Radio Available!!
    This radio is great!I started reviewing all these type radio's along with messing around with a few my friends already had (the DeWalt) and finally bought the Milwaukee. It sounds so much better than Bosch's and both DeWalt's versions.
    I use it on my atv - strapped securely to the rack (front or back) and it couldn't work better.Reception is CRYSTAL CLEAR, 10 progammable presets save so much time, the speakers have great clarity at ALL volumes (two 5 1/4's and two TWEATERS - 4 total speakers unlike the other two brands equipped with only two),Digital Display is very easy to read day or night (back lit Display!), BASS boost X3 and Mono/Stereo Options make it sound that much better, 7+ Channel Weatherbands work great,cigarrette lighter adapter on the back can be used for all sorts of things, and the accessory bag attached to the back of the radio works great for holding an MP3 player, along with any other valuables, using Aux. Mode.All this in a radio that is water-resistant and strong/durable enough to ride on an ATV.This radio far surpasses Dewalt's DW911 or the DC011 and Bosch's versions.Listen for yourself!!!!You WILL agree!!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good but could be better
    I researched job site radios for about 3 months before I actually bought this one.I don't just spend $89 on a whim.I work in a lumber mill so I needed a tough radio to compete with the noise of the saws and the air filled with sawdust.First the pros:sturdy construction, easy to use interface, nice "extras" like the power port and the device input jack, awesome bass, good volume, backlit display (and digital!) when tuning stations in, picks up stations fairly well.The cons: very heavy (about 25 #'s) not so easy to carry far distances...a shoulder strap would make it easier, not as loud as I thought it would be but far louder than standard radios, the antenna broke off only 3 weeks after I owned it.I have since JB Weld-ed it back on and it works fine.I can't get any of the weather band stations it claims to be able to pick up so that feature is useless to me.It needs a few improvements in design and quality and I'll be anxious to see how Milwaukee improves this radio in the next few years.It's a very good radio and I would buy it again but I'm not as impressed with it as I thought that I would be.Overall, I'm happy with it and would absolutely recommend it because I think it's one of the best job site radios out there right now.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love this thing!
    My 11 year-old son wanted a jobsite radio for Christmas. He just thought they were cool especially after seeing the Bosch.I bought the Bosch several weeks before Christmas and listened to it in my kitchen.The radio reception was poor and the sound even worse.I took it back and purchased the Milwaukee.What a difference!He understood why I switched brands on him and loves his new boom box.I liked it so much I bought one for myself! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Milwaukee    2. (Milwakee)    3. (Milwuakee)    4. (Milwauke)    5. (Milwake)    6. Radios    7. Portable Radios    8. (Jobsite Radios)   


    2. Milwaukee 0624-2418 Volt 1/2" Lok-Tor Hammer-Drill Kit
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $488.00 -- our price: $222.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000789HV
    Sales Rank: 512
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • All-metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for the highest grip torque on bits
    • Milwaukee-built motor provides up to 495 in./lbs. of torque
    • Up to 50% more run-time than competitive products
    • Milwaukee's exclusive reversible battery allows users to adjust balance and get into tight spaces

    Reviews (25)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Great tool, Bad Batteries!
    The tool is well made and highly versatile. It both drills and drives well and is a capable hammer drill up to 3/8". Where the Milwaukee falls short is the battery packs. After only 9 months of use, the first of the two battery packs that came with drill failed, and three months later the second went also. This drill is used frequently but certainly less then what most professional users would put their tools through. Milwaukee tech support explained to me that due to the increased power used by todays cordless tools battery cycle time (The time till the battery fails) is lower. That may be true but the batteries on my 8 year old 12 volt Makita are still going strong. Milwaukee's reputation being what it is, I would have hoped for more than 9 months to a year out of battery with an $80.00 dollar replacement cost. All in all a good performer with room for improvement in the battery department.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Milwaukee 0624-24 18 Volt 1/2" Lok-Tor Hammer-Drill Kit
    The smoothest running, most powerful cordless drill that I have ever owned! This tool is pure "Milwaukee" quality. The torque selector has enough range to fit any need; and when you want just pure brute force that's there too. The versitle battery position is a great ideabut I haven't found a situation where I have needed it in the year + since I have owned the drill. A bit on the heavy side but well worth it. The battery re-charge time is very fast, and the battery life is much longer than my old Ryobi or Makita . . . good thing too, since the battery change is a MAJOR PAIN!! I have carpel tunnel in both hands and squeezing the release buttons is often beyond the level of my hand strength. I have resorted to using a C-clamp to depress the buttons in order to remove the battery from the tool. This is the only reason that I can't give this tool a full 5 stars; but in my opinion it is still the best tool in it's class & would highly recommend buying it if you can get around the poor design of the battery release.

    4-0 out of 5 stars 1st impression
    First time use I find I would agree with others that the drill is heavy to use overhead for an extended time. Drill worked fine but have not used enough to evaluate further.
    One area of concern was the advertising specs used to describe the drill. Since I base what I am willing to pay for a tool on the tools capabillities and location of manufacture I am distressed to find it was listed as made in the USA. In reality the drill is made in the Czech Republic and the battery is made in Japan while the charger is made in the US. At best that is deceptive advertising!
    Beyond that my initial impression is favorable. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Milwaukee    2. (Milwakee)    3. (Milwuakee)    4. (Milwauke)    5. (Milwake)    6. Cordless Tools    7. (Volt)    8. (V)    9. Hammer Drills    10. Drills    11. Hammerdrills    12. (Drils)    13. (Hammer Drills)   


    3. Milwaukee 6521-21 Heavy Duty 11 Amp Orbital Action Super Sawzall
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $375.00 -- our price: $180.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002247C
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    For years, Milwaukee's Sawzalls have been valued for their outstanding ability to cut through almost any material: wood, nail-embedded wood, steel, cast iron, aluminum, brass, drywall, composition materials, hard rubber, cement, brick, plaster, and fiberglass. This 11 amp Super Sawzall has a standard blade stroke mode, plus an orbital stroke mode for more aggressive, faster cutting of thick wood. You can choose the level of orbital action, too, to fit the application--or you can switch it off for cutting in metal. Like almost all reciprocating saws, this Super Sawzall also has variable-speed control (with a speed control dial) for versatility, control, and increased efficiency over a wide range of applications. For those of you who've grown up with Sawzalls, you'll appreciate the addition of the handy Quik-Lok blade clamp, which lets you change blades quickly without having to use a hex wrench; this feature is especially convenient when you're cutting hard materials, such as steel, a situation in which blades break frequently. There's also a handy quick lever adjustment for the shoe.

    We really like this tool's counterbalancing mechanism, which reduces some of the unavoidable vibration found in reciprocating saws. The difference you feel when operating this tool, compared to nonbalanced saws, is significant: the Super Sawzall is still extremely powerful, yet it has a smooth feel. As a result, of course, you can work longer with less fatigue than you can using other, unbalanced saws. Another significant feature is the clutch, which, by absorbing shock and impacts to the internal mechanics caused by sudden blade lockups (typically encountered during extreme use), minimizes time wasted tending to a damaged saw. Although this is a heavy tool, it does have an ergonomically designed rubber grip that provides a solid, comfortable hold. --Tim Block ... Read more

    Features

    • Linear counterbalance reduces vibration
    • Powerful 11-amp motor; 3,200 spm
    • 1-1/4-inch blade stroke
    • Steel Quik-Lok blade clamp system
    • Orbital-action blade stroke for faster cutting through wood

    Reviews (49)

    5-0 out of 5 stars milwaukee is the standard
    I am a master electrician, and everyone on a professional job site knows that milwaukee is the tool that the "big boys" use.the only problem for me is that i cut mostly metal pipe, so the orbital action is not very usefull for me.I could have gotten by with a model w/o orbital action.but for anyone considering reciprocating saws: there is a reason everyone on the job refers to all reciprocating saws as a "sawzall."that is the name of only milwaukee reciprocating saws.kinda like someone refering to all soft drinks as "cokes." Milwaukee is the is the original and the best.

    also, i seriously doubt the validity of a milwaukee not working after a short time as described by some reviews.I have never heard of or seen any milwaukee fail. my one caution is that nowadays china is exporting exact knock offs of power tools including bosch and milwaukee.if you bought this sawzall for less than about 180, then there is something wrong.the imitators will look exactly like the real thing, but the internals are much inferior.so beware.if you get the genuine milwaukee, it will be a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not the same as the older saws
    Horrible saw.Burnt out motor on first cut.Had to use older milwaukee w/4.0 amp motor to finish cut......which cut better and faster with the same blade.Very dissapointed.The older saws were (and still are) way better.

    No difference between orbital and recip settings.Purely a gimick.

    DO NOT BUY.

    1-0 out of 5 stars What a P.O.S.
    This is the first time I've been moved to write a review.We have had three of these saws go bad in the past two weeks, and I'm just disgusted.I don't know if it is just the orbital model, or all the new Milwaukee sawzalls, but these things drop like flies on our site.We do remodelling projects with a small crew, and the Sawzalls and Skilsaws get the most use.At least the Skilsaws are still as good as they used to be (though I switched to the Bosch version).I'm thinking I need a Porter Cable or Bosch reciprocating saw to replace my burned out Milwaukee. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Milwaukee    2. (Milwakee)    3. (Milwuakee)    4. (Milwauke)    5. (Milwake)    6. Saws    7. Reciprocating Saws    8. (Sawzalls)    9. (Sawsalls)    10. (Recipracating)   


    4. Milwaukee 5616-21 2-1/4 Max HP EVS BodyGrip Router Kit
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $362.00 -- our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009LI4M
    Sales Rank: 5735
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • Exclusive BodyGrip design
    • Powerful 13 amp, 2-1/4 max hp Milwaukee motor
    • Premium electronic motor feedback maintains speed and power under load
    • Electronic variable speed with soft start (10,000-24,000 rpm)

    Reviews (5)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Great router for 5 minutes after the repair shop
    I bought the 5616 in August '03.I was initially impressed with the power (easily turned panel raising bits), the Bodygrip design is far superior to any other handles, and the variable speed option is a must.

    Like another reviewer however, my router stopped working after a few months of weekend projects.It was repaired under warranty but it took the repair shop nearly a month to get it fixed. They had to replace the brushes, speed control, and just about everything else inside except the motor windings and case.

    After just a few minutes of light use since the repair (3/16" beading bit on about 12 feet of oak), it quit again.This time I sent it to the Milwaukee Factory Service Center.Again, they replaced about a dozen parts in the motor.It took about three weeks to get it back.

    Latest update... 11 Dec 04.It quit again.Yeah, Merry Christmas to me.Looks like I'll be getting myself a new router for Christmas.This one will go back for warranty repairs again just because I hate throwing things away.

    Like another reviewer said, the 5 year warranty is nice but it really isn't worth having, since the router is in the shop for a month at least once per project.

    My recommendation is: DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY, THIS ROUTER IS A P.O.S. (Piece of S***)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love it.
    Looked at every brand for weeks, IMHO this is the best designed handheld router on the market.I thought the D handle models were great until I handled one of these. Tons of smooth power, awesome height adjustment design, on/off switch and motor release, and speed control all in great locations. I also like the case.Another great Milwaukee product!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
    I bought the Milwaukee 1-3/4 HP fixed speed router when it first came out and could not be more impressed with the performance and ease of use.I needed a variable speed router and was excited that Milwaukee came out with the 2-1/4 HP EVS.I was very disappointed with this router.I don't know if I got a lemon or if there is a flaw.I bought the router in July of '03 and it has been in the repair shop twice to replace the switch.Each time I had only a few hours (I think less than 5) of actual usage before it stopped working.I have not used it since Dec. when I had it repaired for the second time and quite fankly I am not looking forward to using it since I am expecting it to quit again.

    Also, the motor is tight in the body housing.When I adjust the height the motor binds, then lurches free.After this the adjustment is easier but it happens each and every time I need to change the height.I think this is a problem in the housing rather than the threaded screw.When I put my 1-3/4 motor in this housing the same thing happens.

    This was supposed to the router dedicated to my router table.Because of the above problems it has spent little time there.If it craps out a third time then it is going in the trash.It's nice to have the 5 year warranty but I don't want to be visiting the repair shop every 2 or 3 months. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Routers    2. Fixed-Base Routers   


    5. DRIVER/DRILL, CORDLESS, 18V, MILWAUKEE, LOK-TOR, POWER PLUS


    Asin: B0000WUBNO
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    Features

    • 575SC224
    • 0622-24

    6. Milwaukee 9079-20 18-Volt 1/2" Impact Wrench
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $320.00 -- our price: $209.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005RUQK
    Sales Rank: 11325
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited warranty
    • The most torque of any cordless impact wrench - 240 ft./lbs.
    • Great balance and a soft-grip handle
    • Reversible battery pack makes getting into tight spaces easy
    • Variable speed switch for maximum user control, 0-1400 RPM

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars You gotta be kiddin me!!!!!!!
    This Milwaukee 18 volt impact wrench is unreal!!!!!!

    I have owned it for three months now and I have yet to find
    its limmit. Tire lugg nuts are a joke evan on a 18 wheeler!
    I have driven 3/4 inch by 10 inch long lag bolts with no pilot
    holes, straight thru 4x6 beams into stucco and thru the wall studs no problem!!! Yes I said with no pilot holes.
    And just for fun I drove a one inch by 12 inch long lag bolt into
    the end of a pressure treated 4x6, with ease.

    I removed a rusted 7/8 inch nut that was imposssible to do by hand. The tool is big and heavy no doubt about it but not too
    big or too heavy. It does have excellent ballance and is extremley rugged. This much power in a tool does have its down
    side, after removeing 4 tires and replacing them the battery is
    showing signs of fatigue and after 4 of the 3/4 inch by 10 inch
    lag bolts the battery is dead. (those are huge bolts)

    If you do this kind of thing often your better off with a corded
    impact gun. But I have found the cordless to be very handy.
    If the tool stands the test of time its a huge winner!!!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars You gotta be kiddin me!!!!!!!
    This Milwaukee 18 volt impact wrench is unreal!!!!!!

    I have owned it for three months now and I have yet to find
    its limmit. Tire lugg nuts are a joke evan on a 18 wheeler!
    I have driven 3/4 inch by 10 inch long lag bolts with no pilot
    holes, straight thru 4x6 beams into stucco and thru the wall studs no problem!!! Yes I said with no pilot holes.
    And just for fun I drove a one inch by 12 inch long lag bolt into
    the end of a pressure treated 4x6, with ease.

    I removed a rusted 7/8 inch nut that was imposssible to do by hand. The tool is big and heavy no doubt about it but not too
    big or too heavy. It does have excellent ballance and is extremley rugged. This much power in a tool does have its down
    side, after removeing 4 tires and replacing them the battery is
    showing signs of fatigue and after 4 of the 3/4 inch by 10 inch
    lag bolts the battery is dead. (those are huge bolts)

    If you do this kind of thing often your better off with a corded
    impact gun. But I have found the cordless to be very handy.
    If the tool stands the test of time its a huge winner!!!!!! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Milwaukee    2. (Milwakee)    3. (Milwuakee)    4. (Milwauke)    5. (Milwake)    6. Cordless Tools    7. (Volt)    8. (V)    9. Impact Drivers & Wrenches   


    7. Milwaukee 5625-20 3-1/2 HP Fixed-Base Router
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $550.00 -- our price: $349.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00007FPJK
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    A production woodworker’s dream router, Milwaukee's 3-1/2-horsepowerrouter will handle any bit you give it. Mounted in a table, this unit can take even the place of an expensive shaper for many applications--it's that powerful. The soft start is surprisingly smooth, given the enormous heft of this machine. The design is smart, too. The motor is stationary as you raise and lower it, so the the power cord doesn't wrap around anything. Better yet, everything can be adjusted from above your router table top. Milwaukee's exclusive linear height adjustment system gets you precise adjustments to within 1/8 of an inch and micro-fine adjustments to within 1/64 of an inch with the turn of a knob. When using the unit freehand, you’ll love the tilted handles, an innovation Milwaukee’s competitors should adopt. The slight angle gives you the superior control you need when using a router this powerful, all the way up to the max rpm of 22,000 rpm.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • Powerful 15 Amp, 3-1/2 max horsepower EVS Milwaukee motor for maximum power
    • Electronic variable speed offers speeds of 10,000-22,000 rpm
    • Premium electronic feedback circuitry and Soft Start for precision
    • Exclusive linear depth adjustment system with above-the-table access

    Reviews (12)

    1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT PURCHASE THIS ITEM
    The attractive selling feature for this particular router was the "above table height adjustment", but the screw shaft is poor designed, and depended on plastic parts which fail when used frequently.

    I purchased this router because it provided a built in above table height adjustment.The router by itself has a good motor, but if you plan to use it mounted under a table while making adjustments from above, it will fail in time, while parts slip out of place.

    The local service center has already replaced the button once, while they are currently in the process of replacing the plastic hex nut that sits on the top of the screw shaft.

    It is an expensive tool that does not do what it is supposed to.If I were to do it over again, I would purchase a separate router while additionally purchasing a lift mechanism.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Milwaukee 3.5 HP router
    Milwaukee's upgraded the HP rating of the 5625-20 (It was 3.25 HP last year).I've used one for over 6 months, and I've received my second one today.This latest one is to replace a porter cable router that screams so loud you need shooting muffs when you use it (failing bearings).Anyway, the only thing you need to look at on Milwaukee routers is the electrical connections.They are crimped on and wiggle loose, and then the router stops working.Once you tighten (or solder) those, these routers are damn near perfect in every way.I currently have 6 table-mountedrouter setups, all of them USA made routers.The modern Milwaukee routers are the best I've ever used.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Great
    I have 10 routers.This is by far the best.It screams QUALITY. I looked at the Porter Cable, and did not buy it.I did not like the variable speed handle, and it felt heavy and akward compared to the milwaukee.I also have a highly rated Fein, which I can't complain about, but when you handle both at the same time, the milwaukee is simplty light years ahead in fit and finish. This is the best router value--it is worth every penny. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Routers    2. Fixed-Base Routers   


    8. Milwaukee 6310-22 18-Volt 6-1/2" Circular Saw with Two Batteries, Charger, and Case
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $503.00 -- our price: $246.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004WJQU
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Milwaukee's 18-volt, 6-1/2-inch circular saw features a wide,sturdy base, tool-free bevel adjustment up to 50 degrees, a 2.4 amp hrni-cad battery for a long run time, and an electric brake. The6-1/2-inch blade runs at 3,200 rpm, and easily cuts two-by-four material on a45-degree bevel. Tools are often described as having good balance; withMilwaukee's saw it's easy to see what this means. Held in a regulargrip--with the saw's weight balanced on your fingers right behind thetrigger--the saw will hang just about level, so all the lifting is donewith your arm rather than your wrist and hand. Balance like this,coupled with the saw's comfortable soft-grip handle, makes a bigdifference in user fatigue at the end of the day. In fact, everythingabout the saw seems designed with user convenience in mind, right downto the thumb-reachable placement of the safety catch, and the big,easy-to-depress spindle-lock button for blade changes. The saw comes withtwo batteries, a one-hour charger, a sturdy rip fence, a 6-1/2-inchblade, and a tough carrying case. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial
    • Cuts more 2 x 4's per battery charge than any other cordless circular saw
    • 6-1/2" blade easily cuts 2 x material at 45 degrees
    • 2.4 amp/hr battery provides 20% more run time than other Ni-CAD batteries
    • 3200 rpm with electric brake, great balance

    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Unbridled yet accurate power
    You simply can't bog this guy down. I compared this to a Hitachi C6DC and although the Hitachi was slightly more comfortable, I couldn't get used to the blade on the right and the Milwaukee seemed to get through 2x8s effortlessly. The Hitachi could get the same job done, but it was worked harder than the Mil. Great tool.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great saw. Feels right in your hand
    The Milwakee 18v circular saw is a great saw. The 18 volts gives it enough power to cut through even very hard woods, and by the time the battery gets low, the second battery is already charged and ready to go.

    I used this saw on a project with Mangeris wood, which is HARD. The saw had more than enough power to do the job without slowing or binding, and cuts were straight and true.

    The best part about this saw, though, was that it just feels right in your hand. Balance is critical in an 18volt tool, and the Milwakee is perfect. I spent all day with it and didn't get overtired. I've used other circular saws, both corded and cordless, but this is by far my favourite.

    4-0 out of 5 stars the best of the cordless saws by far.
    ok, first off if anyone expects to rip thru lumber using a cordless saw with anywhere near the performance of a corded saw your in for a big disapointment.

    The milwaukee 18v cordless saw is by far the best cordless saw out right now, I have used the dewalt and bosch and makita and
    ryobi also porter.

    For cutting thru 2x4's it will satisfy you quite well going thru about 30 - 50 on a battery, evan 2x6 thru 2x12 it does good. I tried to cut out a 2x12 10 step riser for stairs and it could not get thru it on a fresh battery.

    Plywood especially 3/4 burns up batterys super quick.

    now the upside, awesome balance, great power when the battery
    is strong and ofcoarse awesome for roof work or any quick cutting jobs where you don't want to set up a cord.

    for trim and mouldings you can cut all day, it did cut thru IPE wood an extremely hard wood (one inch by six) with fair ease.

    a Joy and pleasure to use and will almost double the dewalt performance.

    But:::: If you have alot to cut bring out the cord, if your cutting very wet or pressure lumber bring out the corded saw,
    if your cutting lots of plywood bring out the corded saw,
    if your ripping down more than a few pieces of 2x material bring out the corded saw.

    If you must go cordless for these things have at least 3 batteries on hand and the new milwaukee 3 bay charger, in that case this saw has the balls to go all day and get thru almost any material, I just find, in the above listed cases it's alot easier to plug in and not have to worry about batteries.

    but definetly the best in it's class... ... Read more

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    9. Milwaukee 48-08-0401 Quik-Lok Job Saw
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $30.00 -- our price: $18.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000095SGN
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    It doesn't look like much, but take this little saw in hand and get to work, and you'll be as impressed as we are. First off, it's quality construction, everything from the comfortable, soft-grip handle to the same rugged, heavy-duty steel Quik-Lok clamp you'll find on Milwaukee's famous Sawzall recip saws. Blade change is as quick and easy as a twist of the thumb and index finger. The beauty of this little saw is that it will go anywhere and get into places a big, hungry recip saw can't. Just stock up on 1/2-inch tang recip saw blades and you'll be set. It's perfect for small cuts, delicate jobs and for the little tasks you don't want to haul your recip saw out for. Every homeowner and contractor ought to have one of these. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Quik-Lok Blade Clamp - no tools needed to change blades
    • Comfortable Tactile, Soft Grip Handle ergonomically designed for prolonged cutting in any direction
    • Versatile - Accepts any 1/2" universal tang reciprocating saw blade
    • Threaded end for attaching to standard extension pole

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Jewel!
    All the 5-start reviews listed here are true.It is a great little tool. I keep it with my Sawzal -- and it comes in really handy.A bit pricey, but if you can get it on any special or part of a package, grab it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Thought it was just a gimmick; I was wrong!!
    Since they were offering this little hand tool free with their Orbital Sawzall I figured it was probably junk. The quik-lok job saw is by no means junk.It is as well made as Milwaukee's Sawzalls and provides as much utility.The hand saw uses standard reciprocating saw blades and boasts the same tooless blade release mechanism (Quik-Lok) found on the Sawzalls.I have found the soft grip handle also very comfortable.I have used this little saw more often than I ever would have thought.Sometimes a reciprocating saw is overkill and you just want to make a small neat cut in a fragile area.This tool is often the best choice.For $20.00 you can't go wrong; obviously it won't replace your reciprocating saw but it certainly will facilitate its use.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great quality - good feel
    Great quality and feel to this item - holds the blade like a vise and at a slight angle to relieve stress on the wrist. The spring-loaded locking collar is industrial design at it's best. Buy the variety pack of blades and you're all set to go. You won't be disappointed. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Hand Tools    2. Hand Saws    3. (Handsaws)   


    10. Milwaukee 0923-29 18V 1/2" Lok-Tor Hammer-Drill, Sawzall "The Hatchet", Circular Saw & Worklight Combo Kit
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $989.00 -- our price: $459.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006ZCDT
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    You've got to love combo kits, and this one might reign supreme in the contracting world. The king of recip saws, Milwaukee delivers here with their awesome cordless Hatchet Sawzall model with a six-position pivoting handle. The tool is only 13 inches long when fully pivoted, letting you cut between 16-inch on center studs, as well as between rafters and joists, with very aggressive orbital action. You'll like the super quick and easy blade changes, too. The 18-volt 6-1/2-inch circular saw easily cuts 2-by material at a 45-degree bevel in just one pass and packs plenty of power. The saw's excellent balance, all-metal upper and lower guards, and rigid aircraft aluminum shoe add durability you can feel. The soft-grip handle feels great in hand and dampens vibration. The hammer drill features reversible battery for working in tight spaces and, we think, better balance, too. The soft grip reduces pressure points and absorbs tool vibration, too--a nice feature considering the tool's got 495 inch-pounds of torque and up to 1,700 rpm. Last, the handy multiposition flashlight has a nice, strong beam and stays where you put it. Everything fits in the roomy, rugged bag–ready for transport when the work is done.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • Hammer-Drill provides up to 495 in./lbs. of torque and features an all-metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for the highest grip torque on bits
    • The Hatchet features a 6 position pivoting handle and an Orbital action selector for aggressive wood cutting or straight reciprocating action for metal and plastics
    • Circular Saw cuts up to 145 û 2x4Æs on one charge!
    • Milwaukee's exclusive reversible battery allows users to adjust balance and get into tight spaces

    Reviews (25)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Carpenter from MT
    Excellent kit.Bought this about 3 months ago and I use it regularly.I hesitated to buy it at first because it only came with a soft case, but has its advantages.The shoulder strap frees up a hand on the way in, and the pockets hold my drill bits, spade bits, and counter-sinking kit.The kit itself works great.The circular saw cuts through anything, is comfortable to use, and makes many cuts before needing a battery change.The blade guard originally blocked my line of sight on the right hand side of the blade, so I used the sawzall with a metal-cutting blade to make a minor adjustment.Better than stock.Not a big deal, but there are just some times that you need to make a cut on the opposite side.The drill has enough torque to break your wrist, but like people have mentioned, there is no place to hold a bit - designers must've come to work tanked that day.Sawzall is great for getting into those hard-to-reach places.We've had DeWalt and Makita kits on the job and had to use the ol' hatchet to get the job done.The others guys' are just to long n' bulky.I like the orbital action, too.Makes a difference.Flashlight works well, but, really - as long as it turns on how good can it be, right?I got a great deal on this kit.The Home Depot had this kit on sale for $369 plus a free mail-in tool.I opted for the multi-bay charger and it works great.I don't think I could run out of batteries if I tried (I purchased a battery double-pack off ebay for $100).I've heard other guys talk down about these kits.My guess is they've been abused.Tools are supposed to be tough, but if you leave 'em in pouring rain, saturate them in sawdust, use a circular saw instead of a chainsaw, etc...they're going to break.Take care of your tools, fools.I have and they've performed flawlessly.I'd recommend this kit to anyone that wants a great cordless set from the best name in tools.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tools - thanks Milwaukee
    I received my combo kit, in record time I might add. I am excited about the new tools. I have used all the tools in the kit. The circular saw is really handy. The sawsall is great for getting into tight places. Anyone would be happy with this collection of tools. Great job Milwaukee....

    5-0 out of 5 stars BUY IT!
    Bought last year to build a house.Everything performed great.All tools have more than enough power.Well balanced and easy to operate.No battery problems what so ever.Circular saw cut,trimmed,ripped and saved me countless minutes not fooling with cords.Dropped my light and broke the bulb.Took it apart and they had a spare bulb in the head!You won't beat amazons price ANY where. ... Read more

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    11. Milwaukee 48-59-0260 Multi-Bay Charger
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $222.00 -- our price: $129.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000WUQIE
    Sales Rank: 4347
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Full Two Year Warranty
    • Charges 3 Milwaukee battery packs (12 to 18V) simultaneously
    • 45 minute fast charge mode
    • 1 to 4 hour top-off mode reconditions packs after fast charge
    • Rugged construction to withstand the job site environment

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best of the best
    Its too bad one reviewer got a lemon but dont let that sway you.
    I have two of these and they perform flawlessly, I can take 4 year old batteries that would not hold a charge and put them on this 3 bay and they get refreshed and perform again.

    This charger has enabled me to go truly cordless with tools like the circular saw and drill, With 3 chargers going I can use the cordless tools all day.

    Its also a great holder for my batteries and the roll bar is a great handle for carrying it around.

    Cons: if the power goes off and comes back on the charger will start to recharge fully charged packs, it is the same when you plug in the charger first thing in the morning, it will trickle charge fully charged packs. Milwaukee should add smart circuitry
    to this charger so fully charged packs dont get cycled at all.

    Also the roll bar is kind of void because if the charger tips over all the batteries just fall right off.

    All in all and excellent product and worth more than the price tag.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Favorite product for installations
    I'm shocked and dismayed that the other reviewer had so many problems with their charger.I own three in my ornamental metals company and it's a godsend.It's one of the primary reasons that we chose to stay with the Milwaukee line of cordless products and haven't had any problems with them (using 18V and 14.4V batteries).I would highly reccomend the product to anyone having to stay ahead of the line of dead batteries when using a high-torque application.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Multi-Bay Charger has some problems
    The concept and design of the Milwaukee Multi-Bay charger is fantastic.If they work out the bugs it should win an award.The problem is that the device (at least the one I bought in December 2003) doesn't do what it is supposed to do.By design the device should charge your batteries, then keep them in "trickle charge" mode to top them off.This is supposed to maintain battery life, and ensure maximum power.If I leave my batteries on the charger longer than about an hour they are completely dead when I take them off.So far Milwaukee has failed to admit to this problem (go to the message board in the "Heavy Duty Club" on their website.)If you buy one, make sure you keep your receipt and understand the return policy.If they have worked out the bugs on newer chargers you'll love it.If not, get back to the store ASAP to get your money back. ... Read more

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    12. Milwaukee 0622-2418 Volt 1/2" Lok-Tor Driver/Drill Kit
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $455.00 -- our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000075XV8
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Now this is torque. All 495 inch-pounds of it. We’ve handled a lot of drill/drivers, and this is the leanest, meanest machine of them all. Its substantial heft goes virtually unnoticed in hand, to the credit of Milwaukee engineers, because it’s perfectly balanced. And the soft grip just feels good. Look at these features: The all-metal single-sleeve "grip-lock" ratcheting chuck has carbide jaws. The battery pack reverses for fitting into tight spaces. The T-handle is easy to get on and off, but rock-solid in place. The charger, made in Japan, juices up the U.S.-made batteries in 60 minutes and gets you and your German-made drill back on the job. We’d like to see Milwaukee wrap the T-handle in the same ergonomic material as the grip; that would push this tool from the excellent category into the awesome. You absolutely cannot go wrong with this drill.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • All-metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for the highest grip torque on bits
    • Milwaukee-built motor provides up to 495 in./lbs. of torque
    • Up to 50% more run-time than competitive products
    • Milwaukee's exclusive reversible battery allows users to adjust balance and get into tight spaces

    Reviews (7)

    1-0 out of 5 stars The batteries are JUNK
    I purchased the 0622-24 in October of 2003.The drill itself is one of the best I have ever owned but the batteries are JUNK.Now this may not seem like much of a problem, but the first one is dead in 18 months of occasional use.The replacement cost is $79.95.I expect the second battery to die shortly, another $79.95.If so, that's $159.90 every 18 months for a tool that currently costs $222.00.Although I can't prove it, I suspect that Milwaukee ships batteries with the tool that don't quite measure up so they can screw us over for the replacement batteries they know we will have to buy.Again, I like the tool itself but would think twice about the cost of the batteries you will have to buy once you lock into the tool.

    1-0 out of 5 stars NOT Made in USA
    Received the Milwaukee 0622-24 Kit today. Haven't used it yet. It MAY be a fine tool, but it is NOT made in USA. The drill is made in the Czech Republic, the batteries in Japan and the charger in China. Be forewarned that you are paying a lot for the name and if it is important to you to buy American-made products, this is NOT one! I'm very disappointed and will not buy Milwaukee again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Cordless drill I've ever owned
    I thought I had a good cordless drill until I purchased this Milwaukee 0622-24 1/2" drill. This is without a doubt, the most powerful,easy to handle,high torque cordless drill I have ever owned.Period. Everything about this drill is heavy duty including the chuck which is easy to use one handed.If you're looking for a cordless drill that can do it all, look no further,no manufacturer out there can compare with this Milwaukee and best of all, Made in the good ol USA. Five year warranty on this tool.The battery life is long lasting and recharges in only one hour.

    I highly recommend this Milwaukee, you won't be disappointed with this titan. No one else come close in quality and features. ... Read more

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    13. Milwaukee 0616-24 14.4 Volt 1/2" Lok-Tor Driver/Drill Kit
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $377.00 -- our price: $189.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000789HU
    Sales Rank: 1226
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    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • All-metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for the highest grip torque on bits
    • Milwaukee-built motor provides up to 460 in./lbs. of torque
    • Up to 50% more run-time than competitive products
    • Milwaukee's exclusive reversible battery allows users to adjust balance and get into tight spaces

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    14. Milwaukee 49-22-1127 11-Piece Super Sawzall Bi-Metal Blade Set
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $38.80 -- our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002247F
    Sales Rank: 147
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for your saw
    An excellent addition for your tool box.It is always a good idea to have back-up blades when starting a project, and this packet fits the need perfectly.Very good quality blades, from a well respected name in power tools.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Buy one with your Sawzall
    If you're buying your first Sawzall you need some blades.This kit has an assortment of blades for cutting most kinds of materials. If you're a professional using your Sawzall on the job you'll soon know which one you use the most and can buy lots of that kind.The others are there if you occasionally need to cut something else.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Starter Set for the DIY crowd
    If you aren't a contracter, this assortment will last you for YEARS... Kind of "one of everything you need."If you use your recip on a daily basis, you'll find it cheaper to buy packs of what you use the most. ... Read more

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    15. Milwaukee 6266-22 Top Handle Orbital Jig Saw
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware (26 August, 2002)
    list price: $280.00 -- our price: $132.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006JKXH
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    When it comes to power and performance, few jig saws can match the 6.2 amp Milwaukee top-handle, orbital jig saw. This versatile workhorse delivers clean, accurate cuts (straight line, beveled, curved, and internal cutouts) through metal, plastic, and wood. Blade speeds of 500 to 3,000 spm are controlled electronically and can be adjusted easily on the fly with the twist of a dial. Orbital action (four settings) and shoe angle (45 degrees in either direction) are also easy to adjust and maintain for just the right power and cut. An all-metal gear case and cast-aluminum shoe provide added stability and durability. A non-marring shoe cover protects the workpiece from damage, and a built-in sawdust blower keeps the work surface clean ahead of the cut, for added visibility. As with any tool of its kind, the jig saw does vibrate a little, especially at its higher settings. Fortunately, it's not as bad as one might expect, thanks to a vibration dampening mechanism that permits quieter, smoother operation. --Carl Thress ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited warranty
    • 6.2 amp motor delivers powerful cutting action
    • Orbital action with 4 adjustment levels for precise to aggressive cutting
    • 7-setting dial speed control ranges from 500-3000 spm
    • Quik-lok blade change system offer tool-free blade changing

    Reviews (18)

    4-0 out of 5 stars I thought it was good until...
    I am a professional hardwood floor, cabinet, and granite installer.I bought this jig saw (mainly for its price and features) about 6 months ago to replace the old Craftman.It did a nice job, I thought.Until one day, I picked up my friend's Bosch, wow.What a jig saw.The Bosch is smooth as butter.Hardly any vibration cutting thru 3/4 Cherry.I am selling the 6266.

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's A Feature - Not A Flaw
    Another reviewer sited the lack of trigger controlled variable speed as a reason for returning this saw and choosing another brand.I typically don't like to contradict other reviewers as everyone has their own technique and application.I would, however, like to offer a bit of a different insight into the matter.When negotiating an intricate cut, any change in SPM will impact the accuracy of the cut.I always find it advantageous to maintain a constant speed throughout a cut.Maintaining a constant speed can be difficult when the speed control is integrated with the trigger.When performing an intricate cut your grip pressure often increases and decreases in and out of the turns.An increase in grip pressure can result in more displacement of the trigger and subsequently a sudden change in SPM (and an inaccurate cut).I personally like the fact that Milwaukee has made the speed adjustable via a separate control.Unlike the other reviewer, I have not noticed high torque jumps with this saw.When I need to restart a cut I always insure that I have backed the saw sufficiently away from the uncut material.This is a great saw, and though it initially seems that trigger integrated speed control would be convenient I think the separate speed control is a well thought out design.Perhaps Milwaukee may want to implement a soft-start feature if it is widely perceive that start-up torque jump is an issue.Personally I wouldn't find such a feature valuable enough to merit an almost certain increase in price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Milwaukee & Bosch Team Up to Create a Winner!!!
    Other reviewers have done a good job identifying the individual strengths and weaknesses of this saw.I've always been partial to Milwaukee tools and this jigsaw is one reason why.However, I thought that I'd point out one thing that other reviewers haven't mentioned: This saw was designed by Milwaukee; however, it is manufactured by Bosch in Germany (read the label.)It's hard to go wrong when the two best names in power-tools team up to create any saw.That's certainly the case with Milwaukee's 6266-22 jig saw.With Amazon's low pricing and free shipping, what are you waiting for?Get one now.You won't be disappointed. ... Read more

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    16. Milwaukee 6215 16" Electric Chain Saw
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $279.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000224HU
    Sales Rank: 6466
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial
    • Powerful 2.25 hp motor
    • Chain speed of 1800 ft per minute on a 16 inch bar
    • Adjustable clutch protects motor and mechanism from binding
    • Includes 16 inch bar, scabbard, 3/8" pitch chain, 13mm wrench, and screwdriver

    Reviews (5)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Is this a joke?
    When I read 2.25 HP being described as "powerful," I thought this must be some kind of sick joke.I use chainsaws all the time with my carcasses, and 16" ain't nothing.First of all, let's get one thing straight, o.k.? Electric chainsaws have their limitations.That being said, I could still use it for chopping down trees and roundin up firewood.However, as for my, shall we say, clandestine operations, I have found this Milwaukee variety of chainsaw to be less than cutting edge, pardon the pun.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Mixed feelings
    I purchased this chainsaw in March 2001 and immediately noticed oil leaking. I notified a Milwaukee representative who informed me that a small leakage of oil was normal but if the oil reservoir was empty then I should bring it to a service dealer. I finally did this once I was convinced that it was leaking too much and after waiting about 4 weeks I was informed that the parts needed were still on back order. In turn for my inconvenience I was given a new chain saw. Unfortunately, this new chain saw is doing the same thing. I have put out an inquiry regarding this problem to Milwaukee but still have not heard back.
    I must say that I am very satisfied with the way this chain saw works and easily cuts through large sized logs.

    LBuono

    3-0 out of 5 stars this could be better
    this could be a lot better than it is now. i think this needs more power to its baby engine. ... Read more

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    17. Milwaukee 6509-2210 Amp Sawzall Reciprocating Saw
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $249.00 -- our price: $123.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000789HE
    Sales Rank: 222
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited warranty
    • 10 amp Milwaukee built motor
    • 0-2800 SPM variable speed trigger
    • Quik-Lok blade clamp for fast, easy blade changes
    • Double bearing wobble plate mechanism for less vibration

    Reviews (12)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simply amazing
    It cuts metal, wood, plastic, plumbing, wood with nails, sheetrock, things burried in the ground. It's simply amazing.

    Want to take out a wall with the smallest mess possible? Slip the blade between the studs and cut the nails. Slip the blade between the top plate and cut the nails. Boom, the wall will now push out of the opening with all the plaster or drywall intact (and without all the dust you get from hammering drywall out of the way).

    Any of Milwaukee brand Sawzall that has a counterweighted motor (this is important for controlling vibration and being able to cut one handed) is a joy to use.

    After I bought one, I wondered how I ever managed to work without one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Known as the best.
    There is not much to think about here - this is the brand the pro's use and it's for a good reason.Milwaukee sets the bar for all others to reach toward when it comes to reciprocating saws.I did my research like I always do, but this was an easy decision and I'm very happy with the saw.You'll want to pick up some blades before you start a project though.Pick up one of the variety blade sets for starters and then buy bulk once you know what you need.

    5-0 out of 5 stars How did I get anything done without this tool?
    I purchased this Sawzall to use mostly in Autobody restoration, but have found that it has many more uses than that.I have used this saw for everything from cutting out some old water pipes from my house, to removing tree roots, to cutting up scrap wood to fit in the mulcher.What started as a tool to use on automobiles for me has turned into the most often used tool in my garage.It has plenty of power for what I have used it for to this point, and Milwaukee offers a nice selection of blades for it.My only complaint would be that it didn't come with more of a variety of the available blades.Two was just not enough to have right off the bat. ... Read more

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    18. Milwaukee 5616-20 2-1/4 Max HP EVS BodyGrip Router
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $340.00 -- our price: $179.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009LI4L
    Sales Rank: 1979
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited Warranty
    • Exclusive BodyGrip design
    • Powerful 13 amp, 2-1/4 max hp Milwaukee motor
    • Premium electronic motor feedback maintains speed and power under load
    • Electronic variable speed with soft start (10,000-24,000 rpm)

    Reviews (5)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great, but could be better
    So far, this router meets all my expectations; it's precise, reasonably quiet, and particularly suited for use in a router table.The only thing that bugs me is the cutting depth adjustment screw: why 5 turns per inch?Either 4 or 8 turns would make a lot more sense, and make it much easier to set a specific cutting depth from a "zero" start.However, I like the tool well enough that I guess I'll learn to live with this quirk.

    5-0 out of 5 stars under table use
    I recently purchased the 5616-20 router. As I was waiting for it to be shipped I read some reviews that had me concerned. It seems that under the table mounting was not allowing room for the collect wrenches. When I received my router I proceeded with the task of mounting it to my table. Mine being a homemade table with a ¼" aluminum plate meant that it was necessary to drill mounting holes. Which interfered with the existing holes. So I rotated the mount by 90 degrees. This put the opening for the "T" wrench up front and allows me to utilize both front and back wrench openings from either side to change collects. Making it an easy job. I am 100% satisfied with the performance of this router.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the best hand held routers I have purchased
    This router has been great to work with. I own several routers, Craftsman, Makita, etc...Height adjustment is super easy, release the lever and twist the knob.The strap on the right hand side really gives you a solid grip especially as you enter & exit the wood material.This is especially true when starting the router, since there is some bit of torque as these tools power up.I use this router for every router job I have except for router-table work.If your in the market for a an all purpose router, I would recomend this model over almost any other.
    -E- ... Read more

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    19. Milwaukee 6390-21 7-1/4" Circular Saw with Tilt-Lok Handle and Case
    by Milwaukee
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $275.00 -- our price: $129.00
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    Asin: B0000222UX
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Whether you're in the market for your first 7-1/4-inch circular saw or you're looking to replace an old standby, the Milwaukee 6390-21 is worth a look. Powered by a 15 amp, 3.25-horsepower motor, the saw starts smoothly, cuts evenly, and handles virtually any material with ease. The lightest-weight saw in its class, the Milwaukee definitely is built with the user in mind. The Milwaukee-exclusive, eight-position Tilt-Loc handle provides optimized comfort and control in a wide variety of applications. A one-touch spindle lock button makes blade changes a snap. Easy-access depth and bevel adjustments, a full 50-degree bevel capacity, and a clear line of sight make it easy to get an accurate cut every time. --Carl Thress ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial
    • 15 amp, 3.25 hp motor
    • Adjustable main handle with eight lock-in positions
    • Lightweight: 10.4 pounds
    • Easy-to-reach depth lever and bevel adjustment

    Reviews (44)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Saw!
    I've had this saw about a month now and I am very impressed. This is one powerful, tough, saw. As a remodeling contractor I am very hard on tools and this saw can take the abuse.I have owned several other circular saws and this is easily my favorite.I also have the Porter Cable blade on left which I have used the last 3 years. I like the Porter Cable and I love the visibility of the blade on left, but it always feels out of balance in my hand since I am right-handed, and when setting up cuts you often find that the majority of the saw's shoe and weight is being supported by the off cut side, because the blade on left is meant for left handers.

    The Milwaukee 6390 has solved this problem.It is extremely well balanced and the design of the blade opening in the shoe allows for excellent visibility of the cut line from above the saw. As a right hander you do not need to lean over the saw to see your cut line. Some guys are in such a habit of doing just that, and it is a hard habit to break.I have pointed out to them how you can easily see the cut line from above and they always comment on how great that is.

    The bevel adjustment handle is large and sturdy and easy to adjust.Bevel cuts on this saw are the best I have ever experienced.It will cut bevels up to 51 degrees or so like butter.No bogging or binding whatsoever.

    Two minor complaints that Milwaukee should address is that the shoe has a little bump on the edge at each corner, so that if you are using a straight edge like a speed square as a cutting guide, those little bumps will cause you to not get a perfectly square cut. To solve this I just filed them off. The other thing is that I did not like the thin kerf blade that came with the saw.I put on a heavy duty carbide framing blade and the saw cuts much smoother, and quieter.I get perfectly square cuts now, and this thing will go through a stud so smoothly it feels like 1 X .

    Despite its minor flaws the Milwaukee is still deserving of 5 stars especially when you start comparing other saws.The Porter Cable is a close second in my book, but the combination of balance, power, control, and adjustments of the Milwaukee make it my top choice.Highly recommend.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Chosen #1 - Fine Homebuilding magazine . Jan.2005
    After 12 yrs. of owning a Dewalt, I decided to purchase the Milwaukee #6390 Big Red, after reading many reviews, I'm glad I did. This past summer I used it to build a 16'x 40' deck. It cut the wet P.T. as if it were butter. The corners on the deck are cut at 45 degrees, no problem with the easy bevel adjustment on this saw. It is lightweight for being the workhorse it is and is very easy to see the cut line because the way the saw is made, not to mention the adjustable handle, very user friendly, The saw comes with a Milwuaukee 16T Endurance carbide blade which does a beautiful job, quick smoooth cuts. When I bought my saw the Milwaukee rep. gave me a 24T Milwaukee Endurance carbide blade, if your doing finer work than framing, this blade cuts incredibly smooth, no sanding- worth every penny-( $18 from Amazon ). And by the way, I just read Fine Homebuiding Magazine ( JAN.2005 edition )and it rated about 12 different circular saws and chose "Big Red" one of two BEST on the market today. A great tool that's great to have and fun to use.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Crappy Shoe
    This saw is awesome....except.Don't expect square cuts, because the shoe on every single one I have seen/used is warped right where you need to hold your square to set the blade-to-shoe bevel to be square when adjusting it.If this saw had the same MAG shoe as the Porter Cable, I would have kept it. But, I exchanged it for a Porter Cable, and even though I don't have Tilt-lok, I have a keyless blade change, and good square cuts. ... Read more

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    20. Milwaukee Cordless Drill/Driver 14.4 Volt #0512-21
    by Milwaukee


    Asin: B0000YE7G4
    Sales Rank: 53159
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    Features

    • EXCLUSIVE reversible battery pack for working in tight spaces and better balance for overhead work.
    • 280 in./lbs. Torque with 19 Position adjustment
    • 1.7 amp-hr. Power-Plus battery pack.
    • Variable Speed in two ranges: 0-450/1250 rpm. Electronic brake
    • SKU#0512-21

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