Publication date: 2018-04-22 01:54
so odd thought now do you think Milwaukee is considering moving to all cordless tools? IE doing away with corded devices in their line up.
whelp It looks like I 8767 ll need one of these to run my angle grinder. The gives about 7 min of grinding out brick joints. Any ideas what the cost will be?
So I got Makita 8767 s rapid charger with the drill kit, it would be nice if Milwaukee includes their better charger with some kits.
Milwaukee 8767 s cordless director made it clear that they 8767 d rather wait for the best cells of a given capacity than use whatever 8767 s available in a race to be the first or second brand to reach an Ah milestone.
What are the watt hours on those batteries? Oh wait, I 8767 ll answer my own question, there isn 8767 t a number. Metabo is doing the same thing Dewalt did years ago when they changed from the torque numbers to Unit watts out. When there is less than one way to compare apples to apples, still is greater than .
Wow, those 9th mode options really seem like they were pulled from user feedback. I know they would certainly be useful in my work. Knowing how to drive a self tapper or when to stop on a nut are developed skills that might seem simple to us but can be very difficult for a new guy on the crew to grasp.
That bat looks awesome, would love to see REAL run time test on a sawzall, grinder, and circ saw. It saw tool need to start AND stop fairly constantly to get an accurate idea of what the real run time will be. Almost never does someone run one tool without stopping ever for 675 cuts or whatever.
I 8767 m thinking more this summer I was talking to my rep. at my home depot and they were saying most likely this summer because it 8767 s a little bigger than we thought.
So even though there 8767 s a small on-paper reduction in size, seemingly small tweaks to the tools 8767 ergonomics completely change the feel of the tool. Or at least that 8767 s what I found.
You should see 655% more runtime compared to a battery, 55% more runtime compared to a battery, and 75% more runtime compared to a battery pack.