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Old 20-07-2016, 01:30 AM
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

Dan .... great post mate ..... I used one of those 'cheapy' Titans a few weeks ago and it was the bollox .... used to have a couple of Makitas ... which were good, but that Titan is in a class of it's own.

I could not believe how bloody good it was

And could buy 6+ Titans for the cost of that Milwaukee .... Tossers !!
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Old 20-07-2016, 08:18 PM
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

Everyone I have spoken to about Milwaukee tools has come back with the same answer, and it's not a good answer ether.

I got an old yellow Bosch breaker have had it over 10 years and it's the best breaker I have found on the market( at that time).

I have tried Kango and Dewalt and Mikita and Hitachi, they just don't compare to that old Bosch.

About 20 years a go I worked in a hire shop in the Channel Islands , and they had also rats of tools there up for hire, so you get to know what make of tools is good for what jobs.

You'll have to go a long way to beat Hitachi for electric grinders, Bosch for jigsaws, hammer drills SDS are a toss up between Bosch and Hilti.

The best planer used to be an Elu, but the moden DeWalt ones are shit now.
Old Elu routers where the best, but Trend seem to be the top dogs with that market now.
They took the old Elu machine and improved it even more.
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Old 20-07-2016, 10:05 PM
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

i used my dads milwauke 4ah 3/4 inch impact gun to tighten some track bolts on js130 its was really good and shit all over my hitachi one, i couldn't add anything to the bolts with a 1200mm snap on breaker bar and 20 stone
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

i knew milwakuee had been discussed before, this thread is climbing the google search ladder, on page 2 currently. http://www.ceforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=6273

feel free to search milwaukee 900k review on google and find it and click. that will get the info out there to potential buyers
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On page one now
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Old 21-07-2016, 12:20 AM
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

Have the 18v battery drill and impact driver for work and really like them. Heard good things about the 1/2" and 3/4" impact guns. Maybe they should just stick to the 18v battery kit!!
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thanks guys.
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Well it's now at the top!
Shame on the dealer for such a poor backup/outlook! The least they can do is admit it's pants and give you your money back!!
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Old 21-07-2016, 07:50 AM
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Makita battery gear is as good as Milwaukee for half the money.
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Old 21-07-2016, 07:52 AM
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Default Re: milwaukee k900 breaker review

Plus I used my five year old Titan yesterday. Still can't kill it. No way I'd pay more than 200 for an electric breaker.
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