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Old 12-08-2018, 08:30 AM   #1
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anyone else noticing that it seems to be sold out everywhere?
some sort of shortage?

I was wanting to get the heated vests for my help and I, and maybe the 3 in 1 jacket.
but it is sold out everywhere I look

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anyone else noticing that it seems to be sold out everywhere?
some sort of shortage?

I was wanting to get the heated vests for my help and I, and maybe the 3 in 1 jacket.
but it is sold out everywhere I look

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Home depot has them.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...-21S/305614106

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only in small

every other size says unavailable

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They seem to stock tons of them at my local home depots, and like you noticed, eventually run out of the larger sizes.

I bought one for my mom last year, ended up ordering it online iirc.

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only place by me is a true value hardware store

I actually order all my m18 stuff from them, I know the store manager and he will price match whatever home depot is doing
he gets it from the Milwaukee rep, so the rep will usually throw in some free batteries with whatever I order

I'm having him check to see if he can get and heated stuff, or if it's out of stock

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Milwaukee has a promo right now on their heated gear. Get a free handwarmer kit. Limit is 5 rebates per order. I read the fine print.

https://milwaukeetool-rebates.heroku...edeem/39299617


https://www.zoro.com/milwaukee-heate...1l/i/G6627317/


Acme has them in stock so you would have them quickly.
https://www.acmetools.com/shop/tools...hoCwhwQAvD_BwE
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acme didn't have large, but it looks like zoro does
thanks!
had not heard of zoro before

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Ooops did realize I posted a link to the small vest on Acme. I ran a query on the part number for large.

I have bought from Zoro numerous times with no complaints
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Anyone know the benefits of the axis model jacket Vs a hoodie?

Bought my brother a hoodie but if the axis is warmer Iíll send him that also.


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I think I read the jacket has heated pockets for your hands??

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I think I read the jacket has heated pockets for your hands??
That is one of the reasons I like my Makita jacket as the pockets are heated. I can wear a tee shirt under it and am good to below freezing...unless the battery dies. Usually I run a 2.0Ah battery in it, which lasts for over 4 hours on mostly high. Threw a 5.0Ah battery in it and put it over my feet camping in freezing conditions. Two nights later it still had a 50% charge after over 16 hours on low.

Bought the small Milwaukee Rover light that came with two batteries from HD and plan to get a pair of heated gloves at some point, which use the same batteries offering me spares. My hands hurt if they get cold at all.

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