We’ve got news about Milwaukee’s upcoming M12 cordless ratchets that look to be the first tools of a new “Automotive Solutions” lineup! Read More
Confident that their new AX reciprocating saw blades will outperform competitors’ blades, Milwaukee wants you try one out for yourself, for FREE. Read More
Milwaukee’s new M18 cordless metal cutting saw is powered by a new motor and their new Red Lithium battery and is said to pack up to 35% more power than before! Read More
What’s the difference between Milwaukee’s M12 LED and Xenon flashlights? The LED version is brighter on paper, but is also twice the price of the Xenon version. What we needed was a real-world comparison, and Coptool kindly delivered! Read More
Looking to buy a new cordless drill? Here are a few recommendations for every budget. Read More
Milwaukee’s new M12 oscillating multi-tool has hit the market – check out our preview with full specs and product details. Read More
Milwaukee’s M12 cordless heated jackets (2330 & 2331) are now available via Amazon and a number of other retailers. These soft-shell jackets are water and wind resistant, have 3 heat zones for evenly distributed warmth, a 6-hour runtime, and 3 heat settings plus a warm-up feature. The jackets are powered by Milwaukee’s new RedLithium souped-up M12 […]
A day ahead of UFC 121, Milwaukee announced that they had stepped into the ring with Cain Velasque. The timing of the partnership was just right, as quite a few people saw his new Milwaukee-emblazoned shorts as Velasques absolutely destroyed Lesnar. The partnership will extend throughout 2011, with distributor appearances across the western and southwestern USA in the works. Fight […]
We talked a bit about Milwaukee’s new M12 cordless palm nailer last month, but its performance expectations have just been made available. Milwaukee claims that the palm nailer can drive a 16D 3-1/2” nail in under 2 seconds, and up to 100 nails per battery charge. That sounds pretty darn impressive – let’s hope that it can […]
Last fall we reviewed Milwaukee’s M12 cordless right angle drill, and found it to be a darn decent tool. It performed well, provided enough torque for RA applications, and had great ergonomics. It looks like a new M18 18-volt version is due to be released soon, so we compared the specs for the two tools.
The other day a buddy asked me to recommend a reasonably priced cordless drill kit. My personal choice would be to wait for a new Bosch combo to go on sale, but he wanted a kit for ~$200 right now. I ended up recommending Milwaukee’s M18 kit. This combo includes a fairly powerful drill and impact driver and two […]
The above-pictured Milwaukee drill/driver looks similar to their first generation 3/8″ drill/driver, but there is a huge difference between the two tools. This one is a hammer drill. That’s right, Milwaukee managed to cram the necessary hammer/vibratory mechanisms into their compact M12 cordless form factor!