Check out: Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only

Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only

Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only
Includes 12V Multi- (Tool ) – , , Wood Cutting Blade, Sanding Pad, (5) Assorted , Battery and Charger Sold Separately

  • Application Versatility: Cuts, Grinds, Sands and Scrapes. Compatible: M12 LITHIUM-ION System with over 25 cordless tools. Accessory Adaptor (Included): Compatible with most competitive accessories
  • Run Time: RED LITHIUM Battery offer extended run time. Durability: All Metal gear case. Variable Speed Dial: Match speed to application. On board Fuel Gauge: Displays Remaining Run Time
  • Voltage: 12V; Variable Speed: 12 Settings; OPM: 5,000 – 20,000; Accessory Adapter Included: Yes; On Board Fuel Gauge: Yes; Battery Sold Separately; No of Battery Included: 0
  • Charge Time: 30 Min; Length: 10-1/4-Inch; Tool Weight: 1.63 lbs; Shipping Weight: 2.1 lbs
  • Includes: 2426 M12 Multi-Tool- Bare Tool Only, Adapter, Wood Cutting Blade, Sanding Pad, (5) Assorted Sanding Sheets

List Price: $ 166.50

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    • M. Hernandez "Accu-Men LLC"
    • September 19, 2013
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tough to Beat this M12, April 1, 2011
    By 
    M. Hernandez “Accu-Men LLC” (North Eastern New Jersey.) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Overall the tool is solid, tough, versatile, ergonomic, has a built in battery gauge, 12 speeds (5,000-20,000 OPMs). Accepts almost all brand attachments with the included adapter, w/o the adapter it only accepts Milwaukee, Bosch & Skil brands (or generic blades made to fit this particular head). Standard M12 batteries drain in 7-10 minutes of heavy work, understandably. I’ve found the XC M12 battery is perfect for more efficient operation of this “high output” tool. I also own a 1.5amp Dremel 6300, a 3amp Ridgid JobMax and an 18 volt Ryobi JobPlus. The corded tools are used in situations where prolonged use is a necessity. More often than not, however, I find myself reaching for this one over the 18 volt Ryobi simply because of it’s size and the peed ‘dial’ vs JobPlus’ ‘trigger’. I liked that this tool is more beefy & rugged and possesses better battery life than my partner’s 10.8v Bosch. Milwaukee’s 5 year tool warranty is better than most and the M12 overall line is unmatched in the sub-compact/12 volt category.

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    • ReMark 4N "ReMark"
    • September 19, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Right Tool for the Job, December 2, 2012
    By 
    ReMark 4N “ReMark” (Hamden, CT USA) –

    This review is from: Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I’ve been using a first generation Fein multi-tool for years. It is a nice heavy duty tool that is hard to beat if there is an electrical outlet nearby. But Milwaukee’s cordless multi-tool is great anywhere that power is not available or a cord becomes a nuisance. It has a nice balanced feel to it and works well with the heavy-duty M12 XC 12-volt battery. The lithium battery supplies the same amount of power until the charge is exhausted and then stops abruptly. A series of LEDs on the side of the tool tells you how much of a charge is left. The tool gets warm as other reviewers have noted, but that hasn’t been a problem for me as I use it mainly for cutting. For longer uses such as sanding or filing, I go back to the Fein.

    It costs considerably less than a Fein and is worth every penny.

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    • Steve
    • September 19, 2013
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Milwaukee “Multimaster”, July 6, 2013
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    Steve

    This review is from: Milwaukee 2426-20 M12 Cordless Multi-Tool, Tool Only (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I am a pro remodeler and use this type of tool almost daily. If you are after a cordless version of this tool, this is a handy one. I only gave three * because it is not all that refined. I have owned a Fein Multimaster for about 5 – 6 years, so my expectations may be a bit high. I wanted a cordless to make quick work of the small tasks when I don’t need big power and a cord to deal with. This Milwaukee vibrates very heavily. Maybe all the battery driven types do, but if you hold it wrong your hand will start to burn from the rapid vibration on your skin. If you keep one hand on the battery while cutting the vibration doesn’t transfer as much. Also, it would be great it it had a cordless blade change like the Porter Cable. Battery life is short with the stock battery, which is fine and to be expected. The battery doesn’t stay put that well, it doesn’t fall out though. It has a piece of rubber inside the battery port to keep the battery from sliding out. Lastly, the bag that it came with is far too small to hold the tool, battery, charger, blades, and perhaps a second 12v tool to keep together. It is not a bad tool, I suppose due to the lack of better options I would buy again, it’s just an ok tool and Amazon says “OK” = 3 stars. For the price, I think it could be improved.

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