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I know my man card may be in doubt now, but I was baking something and didn't have a mixer. Wow, now it is no longer in doubt. I think I lost it.

At least it is Black and Decker

I know, that doesn't help much.


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These darn sales are costing me a fortune! Couldnt pass this up with the st patties day special with $100 off the concrete saw with 2 9ah batteries and a free flexvolt sawzall

I think im the first on the forum to get this little saw...haven’t seen anyone else post one




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That's cool. Dont need one, but I want one.

Milwaukie is falling way behind on new stuff lately.

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Bust some nuts!!! 1800 ft. Lb. Of torque!!


POWERSTATE Brushless Motor delivers up to 1,800 ft-lbs. Nut-Busting Torque, Making it the World's Most Powerful Cordless Impact Wrench
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Handle rotates 270 degrees and easily adjusts without a tool
LED light to illuminate the work area
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Ohhhhhh... me likely. I have the older non fuel, thanks to Unger. But this one looks sweet indeed. Great for running 10 inch timberloks.

What do you use it for?

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this is a first, never been sad tool shopping before.
first tool purchase to replace the stolen tools. m12 drill kit for 100 bucks at HD.
hope it can drive a couple of deck screws.


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It will. Its pretty much all I use now. Get the bigger batteries though.

Oops, didn't notice it wasn't the impact. The impact is great.

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Ordered the Makita Dtd170z last week, showed up on my door before I left for work on Friday. Very impressed with it so far, although it didn't get a rigorous test yet. Used it to set up the booth for the local home show where we built an outdoor kitchen, then used it on 2 8" timberlocks to snug up a rail post from below.



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I ran a crap ton of 10 inch headlocks with my 12 volt Milwaukie over the last few weeks. Just sayin'. :grin:

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No pictures, but over the last few months I have picked up around 3 grand worth of narrow scaffolding. Best investment ever.

Now I use it on almost every project in one way or another.

The current gig it will stay set up for 2 months or more. If I was renting it, I would be stressing the cost as it sat unused waiting for materials.

It's already paid for itself. It's kind of addicting. I want more, but don't have a use for more... yet.

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