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Milwaukee 16 ft Compact Tape Measure 48-22-66-16

Milwaukee 16 ft Compact Tape Measure 48-22-66-16 Review The original tape measure was invented on July 14, 1868 by Alvin J Fellows of New Haven in the United States. Over the decades tape measures have had subtle modifcations to them done by various manufacturers. Milwaukee Enters the Tape Game In July of 2013 Milwaukee power […]

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Milwaukee 18” and 24” Rolling Bags

Milwaukee 18” Jobsite Rolling Bag and 24” HARDTOP™ Rolling Bag Review Milwaukee has expand their Storage Solutions with the introduction of the 18” Jobsite Rolling Bag and 24” HARDTOP™ Rolling Bag. These new Rolling Bags are designed mobile solution to transport tools, and accessories, to and from the jobsite. Field research showed that guys wanted all of […]

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Milwaukee M18 Fuel Blower 2728-21HD

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Blower 2728-21HD Review With increased runtime, efficient fans and powerful motors, cordless blowers are becoming more and more popular. Cordless leaf blowers have always been designated for people who have small yards, or do light work like blowing leaves and debris from flowerbeds, sidewalks and driveways. The best thing that people like […]

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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun Review

Milwaukee M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun Compact Kit Model 2866-22CT Last year we did a cordless drywall screw gun head to head featuring 5 different brands. Milwaukee wasn’t in the mix as they hadn’t yet released a cordless drywall screw gun. With the recent introduction of their all new M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun we […]

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Milwaukee 3-in-1 Heated Jacket Review

Milwaukee 3-in-1 Heated Jacket Review Back in June of 2015 we got our first look at the next generation of jobsite heated gear. Milwaukee has been in this game for awhile now, 6 years, and they have more experience than anyone. This experience was very apparent when we got our first look at the 3-in-1 […]

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Milwaukee REDSTICK Box Level Review

Milwaukee REDSTICK Levels Box beam levels have a rectangular, box-like shape and are considered the heavier duty level when compared to I-beam levels. In contrast, I-beam levels are shaped in the form of an “I,” use less material to make, are lighter, and not as strong as a box level. If you were to cut […]

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Milwaukee 12″ Aluminum Measuring Wheel

Milwaukee 12″ Aluminum Measuring Wheel Review – Model 48-22-5012 Measuring wheels in the construction industry aren’t as popular, as say the miter saw or impact driver, but they do have their place. Measuring long distances by wheel is certainly much easier than a standard tape measure and some instances the new hi-tech laser measuring tools. We […]

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Milwaukee M18 Hand Vacuum

Milwaukee M18 Compact Vacuum 0882-20 Review What’s red, looks like a tea kettle and sucks?  Give up? Its the Milwaukee M18 Hand Vacuum, it doesn’t actually suck in a bad way, it’s 40 CFMs suck up dirt and dust such as, drywall dust, and saw dust. We recently took this vacuum on some service and punch list […]

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Milwaukee Ax Carbide Sawzall Blade

Milwaukee Ax Reciprocating Blade  A reciprocating saw, used in construction and demolition work, achieves its cutting action through a push-and-pull (“reciprocating”) motion of the blade. This type of saw, is also known as a recip saw, or Sawzall. 65 years ago Milwaukee invented the reciprocating saw, and since then, SAWZALL is a name that has been […]

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Milwaukee M12 Right Angle Impact Driver 2467-21

Installing Fasteners In Tight Spots As a Carpenter specializing in renovations and finish work there have been many times where I have had difficulty getting my standard impact driver into tight spaces. In these instances I wish I had a right angle impactor. You know those areas, such as: Installing squash blocks for point loads […]

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