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  • Milwaukee tools
  • Premier Icon divenwob
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    Anyone know of the best place to find a good price on Milwaukee tools? I am in need of a new 18v twin kit and thought I would ask here before getting on Google.

    Premier Icon squirrelking
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    Toolstation or Screwfix I’d imagine.

    Premier Icon project
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    Like most power tool brands theyll all have locked in prices, so all the same price.

    Premier Icon andydicko
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    My mates place. Google Rex Crystal fixings.

    Premier Icon northernmatt
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    Selected Plumb Centers for some reason

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    try DM Tools or FFX
    Tradecounter direct look to be pretty keen prices

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Cheers gang!

    Premier Icon Bear
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    second vote for FFX, they always are cheaper than most, if not all.

    Helps they are local to me though….

    Premier Icon Pook
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    Cunningham Hardware

    Premier Icon wrightyson
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    Are you dead set on milwaukee? Just recently had some new stuff and not all that impressed with battery longevity.

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Wrighty, I have 8 batteries in total, all M18,impact driver gave up yesterday after 5 years of almost daily use.It was part of a twin kit and the drill chuck is showing signs of wear so would like a replacement set. I thought someone mentioned that Ton sold tools, but he is on his jollies I think? I was due to go to Toolfair @ Sandown Park yesterday but decided to get a job finished instead,have got really good discount previously,Sods law strikes again!

    Premier Icon wrightyson
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    Can see why you’re gonna stick with milwaukee then 🙂 love the angle grinder and circular but both seem to eat batteries.

    Premier Icon divenwob
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    Quite high draw, are they 5amp batteries?

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