BREAKING! Milwaukee announces NEW TOOLS, but doesn't tell the whole story…

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Welcome back power tool fans, I’ve got some breaking tool news from @Milwaukee Tool . This last Wednesday they brought a few of us to their headquarters to show us a brand-new line of M18 jobsite vacs, and a mountain of accessories. And today, we’re allowed to show you what we saw. And while they’re cool, and packed with unique features we haven’t seen before, that’s not the biggest story. If you look really closely, you’ll see something far more significant, just, below, the surface. Let’s go!

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M18 FUEL™ 6 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum 0910-20 – $249.00
M18 FUEL™ 9 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum 0920-20 – $299.00
M18 FUEL™ 9 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum Kit 0920-22HD – $699.00
M18 FUEL™ 12 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum Kit 0930-22HD – $799.00
6 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum Tank 0922-20 – $79.00
9 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum Tank 0912-20 – $89.00
12 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum Tank 0932-20 – $99.00
Wet/Dry Vacuum Cart 0923-20 – $79.00
Premium Wet/Dry Vacuum Cart 0933-20 – $149.00
M18 FUEL™ Wet/Dry Vacuum Motor Head 0911-20 – $189.00
6.5 Peak HP Wet/Dry Vacuum Motor Head 0931-20 – $ 199.00
M18 FUEL™ Wet/Dry Vacuum Dual Battery Motor Head 0921-20 – $199.00
Large Wet/Dry Vacuum HEPA Filter 49-90-1977 – $30.00
Large Wet/Dry Vacuum High Efficiency Filter 49-90-1978 – $25.00
Large Wet/Dry Vacuum Foam Wet Filter 49-90-1990 – $20.00
Fleece Dust Bags (5pk) – 6 Gallon 49-90-1979 – $30.00
Fleece Dust Bags (5pk) – 9 Gallon 49-90-1989 – $35.00
Fleece Dust Bags (5pk) – 9 Gallon 49-90-1999 – $40.00
1 – 7/8” Dust Extraction Adapter Kit 49-90-1980 – $19.00
1 – 7/8” Round Brush Tool 49-90-1981 – $12.00
1 – 7/8” Floor Brush Tool 49-90-1982 – $14.00
1 – 7/8” Curved Nozzle 49-90-1983 – $11.00
1 – 7/8” 16ft. Flexible Hose 49-90-1984 – $65.00
1 – 7/8” Wet Floor Nozzle 49-90-1985 – $14.00
1 – 7/8” 32” to 102” Expandable Hose 49-90-1986 – $40.00
1 – 7/8” Extension Wand 49-90-1987 – $11.00
1 – 7/8” Crevice tool 49-90-1988 – $10.00
Hose and Accessory Adapter Kit 49-90-1991 – $11.00
Hose to Drain Adapter Kit 49-90-1992 – $10.00
2 – 1/2″ Dust Extraction Adapter Kit 49-90-2000 – $21.00
2 – 1/2″ Round Brush Tool 49-90-2001 – $13.00
2 – 1/2″ Floor Brush Tool 49-90-2002 – $15.00
2 – 1/2″ Curved Nozzle 49-90-2003 – $12.00
2 – 1/2″ 16ft Flexible Hose 49-90-2004 – $80.00
2 – 1/2″ Wet Floor Nozzle 49-90-2005 – $15.00
2 – 1/2″ 9 ft Flexible Hose 49-90-2006 – $65.00
2 – 1/2″ Extension Wand 49-90-2007 – $12.00
2 – 1/2″ Crevice Tool 49-90-2008 – $11.00
2 – 1/2″ Floor Utility Nozzle 49-90-2009 – $11.00
1 – 7/8” Floor Utility Nozzle 49-90-2011 – $10.00

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J. M. says:

Waiting for a portable pressure washer setup like the Worx and Ryobi

Joe Nason says:

The table saw could use extra power for sure

Islandhog says:

I'm sure all 24 vacuums work well but two 12 amp batteries cost $500. The vacuums will probably be $300 – $400. That's a lot for cordless convenience. Hard pass, ill stick to my Ridgid.

Jon Schlottig says:

These Vacs are sweet, BUT I am disappointed i still haven't seen them come out with a vac that that rivals their old corded 3 stage bypass motor on the 8912, 8925 and 8926! 134" of water lift — come on baby!!

Jon Schlottig says:

I'd love to see a 36V chainsaw and air compressor!!

Mean O’ Dustino says:

Cant believe a company FINALLY made them! I was hoping it would happen soon. They should also do dual for the lights. As well as the M12 underhood light. Battery on either end would ROCK

TheMaves7 says:

M36 Track saw

perfectdiversion says:

Milwaukee will probably start bringing out some dual 18v tools. Kind of low key without hyping the dual battery part. These vacuum accessories are like a dream come true. Theyre going to sell like crazy when people learn about them. People will just buy accessories to use on other random vacuums

Thomas Balint says:

36V mitre saw cold saw and 9 inch grinder

Calvin Roberts says:

So did anyone ask Milwaukee if there is also an m12/18 inline transfer pump to move the liquid out of the vacuum tank to another location via a garden hose ? ? ?

chris says:

Bruh I love my makita 36v 7 1/4 circular saw, it's balanced well, not heavy at all. Milwaukee is just finally waking up to the fact no one wants to spend all that money switching to a 40 volt when we got a million 18 volt batteries laying around and thousands already spent on batteries

Grady Tichenor says:

Made in USA! Bout time

lenard bosch says:

no power tool activated switch? even my nilfisk has that feature, c'mon Milwaukee

Otif says:

Are the bags a standard size or are they something special? No Packout on top is a huge miss. I might finally be able to go full Milwaukee now!

Sparkystacoma says:

M36 concrete saw

Ty Zaste says:

Milwaukee Guy here. M18s are awesome.

Z06Doc says:

You’ll have well over $400 in batteries before you can suck up one crumb. I see a $1,000 vacuum here. Gives a whole new meaning to disposable income.

Impulse Audio says:

Should have been packout compatible. Huge miss. Also, why not 36V? It’s a technical issue with the platform that they can’t get higher voltage and rely on huge stupid batteries. It’s why I own both Makita and Milwaukee.

Being made in America makes me forgive them for not being packout. I will look into these closely.

Eric Yoder says:

I was just at Home Depot debating on whether or not to get their Packout vacuum, glad I held off.

I am disappointed to not see remote start on these or the introduction of a drywall sander which was the first thing I thought of when I saw the notification for this video.

As far as a 36 volt tool I think a jobsite table saw would be awesome, but better yet a paint sprayer is what I'd love to see. Longer run time than the Graco using Dewalts single battery.

Fictitious Character says:

The accessory options and the USA made claim is pretty cool.

Mark Fritz says:

I like the fact they will do corded head in the future. I would think it was neat if they had a dual battery/ corded setup. The only real time I use a vac longer than half an hour straight is when I use it for dust collection from sanders/ routers etc. Too bad they did not use some type of wireless connection to turn on the vac when a tool starts. Not really wanting to buy one vac for cleanup, and then another for tool dust collection. I can see a lot of makers fashioning a plate to add the packout mounts.

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