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Milwaukee Tool 10-Inch Cordless Miter Saw Review

Milwaukee Tool cordless miter saw

Milwaukee Tool has introduced the first 10-inch cordless miter saw. Aimed strictly at the remodeling and construction trade, this miter saw is powered by the new Fuel M18 9.0 high-capacity battery and promises nearly all-day run time. DIYers who have invested in the M18 battery platform can also benefit from this cordless tool.

Construction sites and house projects don’t always have AC power available, and lugging around a generator is not fun. This cordless miter saw runs on a single 18V battery and has all of the pro features and high quality you’d expect from Milwaukee Tool.

Designed with a POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor, the M18 FUEL™ 10” Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw delivers a large 6” vertical and 2×12 horizontal capacity, giving users a solution to replace their corded miter saws. Utilizing the performance of the M18™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH DEMAND™ 9.0 Battery Pack, the new Miter Saw delivers up to 400 cuts and an entire day of work on one M18 pack.

This miter saw is available now from The Home Depot.


Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Fuel Lithium-Ion Cordless 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Kit with Free M18 9.0Ah Battery

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Fuel Lithium-Ion Cordless 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Kit with Free M18 9.0Ah Battery

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. All opinions are our own. This post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


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About Garrett Borgman

I work as General Laborer. Part of my work are cleaning and preparing construction sites for the erection of structures and buildings. Unloads and loads materials, reads plans and specifications, tends machines, mixes concrete, pours concrete, and assists carpenters, operating engineers, and other construction site workers. I also perform tasks involving physical labor at building, highway, and heavy construction projects, tunnel and shaft excavations, and demolition sites.

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