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 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "The Milwaukee M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker was a big hit, on the job today!
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Everybody thought it sounded great, we" at New Hampshire - 2008462634256540370

The Milwaukee M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker was a big hit, on the job today! . Everybody thought it sounded great, were making requests for different artists I happened to have on my phone. We listened to some early Rush, The Police, Hendrix. It kept that one dude from blasting his Greatful Dead for like the hundredth time - which, alone, was worth getting this for... šŸ˜Ž . One of these days - when I'm somewhere with an actual cell signal - I'll try this new-fangled Pandora thing that I hear all the youngsters are into... šŸ˜„ . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "So, I traded with my plumber buddy for the M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker...
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Gave up the Dewalt brushless multitool " at New Hampshire - 2007745955587179757
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So, I traded with my plumber buddy for the M18/M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker... . Gave up the Dewalt brushless multitool kit and couple batteries that I scored cheap on Black Friday. Great tool - just not so much better than the m18 as to justify dealing with another brand of batts and charger on the truck. . Speaker seems wicked nice. Had it out in the garage with me on today's job - at like half-volume, sounded pretty good. Much, much better than the original m12 radio that I had. . Up in the attic, with the phone in my pocket, could still hear it - so, BT range seems really good. A lot better than the BT speaker I had been using - a 75%-off HD score... . That it takes both m12 and m18 batts is a great feature, imo. Also came with a 120v adapter - which I can't see myself ever using, but is a nice option to have. I just love that I won't have to be sure to drag the thing in and recharge it, like my old one... . The USB port was very handy for recharging my phone this afternoon. I usually use my m18 Power Source... It's got an auxillary input, too. . He got this as one of the bonus items, when he purchased an expensive Milwaukee press tool. With the extra batts I gave, he did get the best of me a little - but he's a pal, so could care less... . Anybody else rockin' one of these? Loving it? . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "Busted my hump all afternoon, on some major changes in my basement...
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Still haven't gotten anything setup on that Ridg" at New Hampshire - 2006981391245469025
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Busted my hump all afternoon, on some major changes in my basement... . Still haven't gotten anything setup on that Ridgid miter stand I scored so cheap over the holidays. Got my Bosch 12" corded on a Trac Master or whatever stand that I've had since the 90's. May swap that over, but will probably slap the Makita 36v on it... . That Makita's great, but just too heavy to really consider extremely portable - at least in my mind. This Milwaukee, on the over hand, is an absolute joy to carry... . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "My Milwaukee M18 Hole Hawg, getting it done for me...
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I've had a real rash of fellow tradesmen lately, not burying wir" at New Hampshire - 2006264497576095315
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My Milwaukee M18 Hole Hawg, getting it done for me... . I've had a real rash of fellow tradesmen lately, not burying wires behind the drywall when requested... . Master bed / bath addition to a carpenter's own home - told him to bury the wires for both the exterior lights and receptacle, so I could cut them in exactly center of his vertical siding. He goes and pokes them out exactly dead center from where he wants them, telling me he couldn't imagine me being able to find them a month after rough, and how he did me a favor... šŸ™„ I ended up cutting gem boxes in at the light location with the m18 multitool, having lost the ability to easily use a hole saw. . Job pictured, cabinet maker / carpenter / builder doing his own wiring. Just supposed to be advising, but knew I'd end up getting roped-in... . Lath and plaster, with the ceilings strapped with 3/4" over that, then double 5/8's. Told him to just bury at each LED wafer location, laser and hole saw-in after 'rock. Told him to just take out a square of lath at each spot, to not encounter later... . But, no - not even close... In some spots, he has the poor drywaller cut the 4" holes in - with a jab saw!! Down the long hall, he pokes the wires out absolutely dead-center, requiring the template shown, to guide my hole saw... . 2nd pic is where he poked out 1 bay over from the center of the room. I intended to do a California patch there, but he said he's got it... 80 screws later... šŸ’© . Anyway, enough of the rant. I'm sure at least some of you feel muh pain... šŸ˜† . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "Updated load-out pic of my 18v drill / impact setup. šŸ‘Š
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M18 Fuel Hole Hawg, gen-3 hammer drill and impact, plus the Sur" at New Hampshire - 2003900945649406416
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Updated load-out pic of my 18v drill / impact setup. šŸ‘Š . M18 Fuel Hole Hawg, gen-3 hammer drill and impact, plus the Surge hydraulic impact. The Super Hawg only comes along when needed, so gets its own box. Wouldn't fit in with all this anyway, obviously. . Swapped in some new augers from my clearance-deal stash, and added the Daredevil roll-up set, from the killer HD deal. . I do much of my fastening with my m12 Fuel stuff, so the driver bits and such are all in with them, in another box. The standard impact here I use mostly for boring with the Daredevils, and the Surge is in here just because the other setup is all m12... . Hole saws - both TCT and standard - get an organizer of their own. Batteries are all kept in a separate tote, as I bring them in at night all winter. . That green zip pouch contains more Daredevils, a few Speedbors. The other Bosch pouch is stubby Daredevils... . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "Not a belt clip in sight...
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@benpage97 had asked about why no clip on one of my impacts in yesterday's post...
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I act" at New Hampshire - 2001697476624619326
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Not a belt clip in sight... . @benpage97 had asked about why no clip on one of my impacts in yesterday's post... . I actually remove them from all of my cordless, normally. With what I do, I'm just as apt to be crawling through an attic or crawlspace as I am to be standing upright on many jobs. I don't use them, and find they just tend to get hung up on things. Same, when I'm trying to manuever the tool in around a bunch of wires. . I did go to take both them and the bit holder thingy - which I personally also have no use for - off the gen-3's the day I got them, but didn't have a T15 bit handy. Those screws have threadlocker on them on the gen-3's, so they aren't coming off with just no slotted screwdriver. . Anyway, I know both the clips and the bit holders are important to many users, but they're just a nuisance to me. What's your take - a hindrance, or a must-have?? . . . . .

 Instagram Image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "A few of my favorite things... šŸ‘Š
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Bit of a re-shoot of my "rowdy friends" post from a few weeks back. New camera, tryin" at New Hampshire - 2001129041427516950
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A few of my favorite things... šŸ‘Š . Bit of a re-shoot of my "rowdy friends" post from a few weeks back. New camera, trying different lighting. This is with a 24,000-lumen LED high-bay commercial fixture hanging at like 8'... šŸ˜Ž . Try as I might, I just can't quite get a pattern with these 5 - with these bits in them - that I'm totally happy with... . And, don't question the bit selection too much - they're just what I had right handy... . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "The Ideal self-feed bits from my recent score, in my m18 Fuel hammer drills... šŸ‘Š
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Had pretty much sworn them off, as on" - 1993107406732892787
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The Ideal self-feed bits from my recent score, in my m18 Fuel hammer drills... šŸ‘Š . Had pretty much sworn them off, as one nail encounter with these expensive bits and you're having a very bad day! The TCT hole saws on the other hand - such as the Milwaukee Big Hawgs - will chew right through nails and screws without detriment. . These do leave beautiful holes, and are extremely fast in these drills. I will be reserving these for new-construction use only - where it's a lot easier to avoid nails than the rewire / reno work that I primarily do... . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "Current load-out of my main bag, the absolutely superb Veto Pro Pac LC!
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As is probably obvious from the selection, I a" - 1990989802274787179
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Current load-out of my main bag, the absolutely superb Veto Pro Pac LC! . As is probably obvious from the selection, I am residential almost exclusively. . Yes, I do carry a lot of screwdrivers. The bag has plenty of room for them - and where my truck is almost never other than right outside the customer's door - one of the many benefits of country livin' - the weight of what I carry is meaningless to me. . Love this bag! Only thing it's missing, in my mind, is open space for a couple small ditty bags of wire nuts and such. . With the new Spring promo out, I'll be looking to try one of the other top-of-the-line models - so if anyone has an opinion on which to go with, please chime in! . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "The cordless out of my vast Milwaukee collection that are mostly dedicated to working on my vehicles...
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I'm just a sha" - 1985835005301133515
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The cordless out of my vast Milwaukee collection that are mostly dedicated to working on my vehicles... . I'm just a shadetree, but I do everything on my stuff other than tires - which my plumber buddy does for me. . The 2 impact wrenches there - the 3/8" Compact and the 1/2" High-Torque - I've had since they came out - and it shows. Same for the ratchets - other than the Fuel, which I just added recently. . The Fuel angle grinder sees more work on the vehicles than anything else. The m12 Fuel Hackzall has been resigned to staying in with my mechanic stuff, since getting the m18 Fuel. . The one thing I plan on adding soon is one of the m12 Stubby impacts - and quite possibly both the 3/8" and 1/2" - especially after so many of you've have raved about them! šŸ‘Š . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "The 3 amigos - my Milwaukee Tool M18 Fuel impact wrenches!
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Picked up the 3/8" Fuel ratchet recently, during a deal. Wi" - 1981544926181268501
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The 3 amigos - my Milwaukee Tool M18 Fuel impact wrenches! . Picked up the 3/8" Fuel ratchet recently, during a deal. Will be adding at least the 3/8" m12 stubby impact - but will probably wait for a deal on that, too. Most of my wrenchin' is done during the better weather, and that's still at least 3 months away... . Everybody that's grabbed one of the m12 stubbies - happy with it?? . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "My Milwaukee M18 Super Hawg, gettin' it done for me!
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I'll normally do this with Daredevils and 1/4" extensions, but I " - 1975738114710277088
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My Milwaukee M18 Super Hawg, gettin' it done for me! . I'll normally do this with Daredevils and 1/4" extensions, but I had the SH along with me, and 5 sticks is a bit much. Plus, it's just a lot more fun with this beautiful beast! šŸ‘Š . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "My Milwaukee Tool 48-22-2210 10pc Insulated Screwdriver Set, on the job with me this afternoon!
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These were on heavy di" - 1974910546218123767
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My Milwaukee Tool 48-22-2210 10pc Insulated Screwdriver Set, on the job with me this afternoon! . These were on heavy discount at various online tool outlets a year or so back. . As a residential guy, I don't go to the insulated screwdrivers often - and I do have the Red 3pc set - but at like $28 shipped... . Didn't even have to OCD-up the pic for ya @52_shadesofgrae! šŸ˜„šŸ‘Š . . . . .

 image by Tools - Tool Reviews (@toolhoarder) with caption : "Was thinking about maybe transferring the batteries that I take with me each day over to one of these large-model Dewalt" - 1966221229295795487
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Was thinking about maybe transferring the batteries that I take with me each day over to one of these large-model Dewalt ToughSystem boxes, free-up my Veto cargo bag for use as I intended when I bought it... . But, man is this heavy!! šŸ˜® . Call me crazy, but I just can't see filling up a box like this anything other than mostly full. . I do bring a ton of batts with me, but I do often let other guys use my lights and stuff on the job - all resi jobs, with all good guys - so can go through them quicker than you'd think sometimes. Especially with the big lights. I do have all these batts, so can't see not bringing at least plenty of them along. I also do not care to charge during the workday... . Anyway, I may try them in the DS150 - but I'm not looking to lug more than one hard case full of batteries inside each winter night. . . Out of curiousity, what are you fellow one-man-shop contractors bringing along for amount of batteries typically, and what are you carrying them in? . . . . .