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    Default NOW SELLING - Milwaukee Impact Wrenches!

    We have now started to sell the Milwaukee Impact wrenches

    Milwaukee Impact Wrench Compact M18 BIW12 - 1/2 in - 2x 18v Batteries
    Only £194.99 + VAT!


    Milwaukee Impact Wrench M18 FIWF12 Fuel - 1/2 in - 2x 18v Batteries
    Only £327.99 + VAT!

    Take a look and see what you think!

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    DO NOT BUY THESE DRILLS, GOOD BIT OF KIT TO START WITH BUT SENT BACK 3 TIMES IN 7 MONTHS AND THEN MILWAUKEE VOIDED THE WARRANTY TELLING ME IT MUST BE GETTING ABUSED ( THEIR GET OUT CLAUSE IN T+C's ) A BIG WASTE OF A CHUNK OF CASH.... ONLY BUY MAKITA AS STATES FOR SCAFFOLD USE...

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    Used these for a year, and they are not good enough for scaffolders. The batteries are ace, but the unit isn't built for it. Milwaukee customers service is also poor in comparison to its rivals. Suitable for DIYers and mechanics at best.

    Now running the new Makita to see how that copes, so far so good.

    Sorry BBT

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    I'll sell you my 2 week old Makita for 200 ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by allan666 View Post
    I'll sell you my 2 week old Makita for 200 ha
    Already have 2 of them bud, and wouldn't use anything else

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    Hi scaffs across the country. I am currently testing for Milwaukee themselves a prototype version of the m18 FIW12p502
    TTI sent it to me on 2nd June this year with 1X 5.0ah and one 4.0ah. These made the tool a little heavy so I asked them to send me a 2.0ah which they did and I have never looked back.
    This tool is truly the best wrench bar none I have used to date.
    One full charge of the 2.0ah will erect & dismantle two standard terraced houses with power to spare .
    I have been a scaffolder over 30 years now & this wrench has changed every aspect of my working day (makes work easy).
    I can verify that I am working with Milwaukee ,
    If any questions please ask


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    where are you erecting scaffolding in the UK ?
    #scafflivesmatter

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    Hey Phillios
    Around Preston & surrounding area


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    so my makita does me for 4ish hours a battery , performs in the rain without fault , what is gonna make me change to a different IW ,
    i have read about the customer service they provide as being useless
    #scafflivesmatter

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    Been looking at buying one... should I?
    I like to play with long pipes...

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