Milwaukee 2825-21PS M18 FUEL 10 in. Pole Saw Kit with QUIK-LOKMilwaukee Model: miln2825-21ps
Product Features & specs :
POWER TO CUT HARDWOODS
POWERSTATE Brushless Motor, REDLINK PLUS Intelligence and REDLITHIUM battery deliver the power to cut through demanding applications like ash, oak and hickory branches
COMPATIBLE WITH MULTIPLE ATTACHMENTS
M18 FUEL Power Head, part of the M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK Attachment System, is compatible with multiple other attachments including an edger, hedge trimmer and string trimmer
UP TO 150 CUTS PER CHARGE
The M18 FUEL REDLITHIUM HIGH OUTPUT XC8.0 Battery delivers more work per charge and provides best in class run-time
Milwaukee 2825-21PS M18 FUEL 10 in. Pole Saw Kit with QUIK-LOK
- Up to 10 ft. reach with included 3 ft. extension
- POWERSTATE brushless motor drives 10 in. Oregon bar and chain up to 4,600 RPM
- Delivers up to 150 cuts in 3 in. diameter oak on a single battery charge
- Reaches full throttle in under 1 second
- No gas headaches - purchasing gas, mixing oil and performing tune-ups are a thing of the past
- Automatic oiler keeps chain properly lubricated
- QUIK-LOK Power Head drives 5 separate attachments (additional attachments sold separately)
- 3 Year limited warranty
- Compatible with all M18 REDLITHIUM batteries
- M18 FUEL Power Head with QUIK-LOK - 2825-20
- M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK 10 in. Pole Saw Attachment - 49-16-2720
- M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK 3 ft. Attachment Extension - 49-16-2721
- (1) M18 REDLITHIUM HIGH OUTPUT XC 8 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery Pack - 48-11-1880
- M18 / M12 Multi-Voltage Rapid Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - 48-59-1808
- Shoulder Strap - 49-16-2722
I cut a bunch of branches and didn't notice a battery power drop.
The Milwaukee 2825-21PS M18 FUEL 10 in. Pole Saw Kit with QUIK-LOK seems to be as sturdy and capable as the main high end gasoline powered pole saw and is much quieter.
The big advantage is the availability of other quality attachment like the articulated hedge trimmer which I also ordered.
My only issue with the tool is that Milwaukee needs to redesign the shoulder straps and handles because they do not even come close to the functionality of traditional gas powered accessories, like the harnesses and handles made by Husqvarna.
The trigger and safety switch seem to be placed too far back on the tool which makes it a bit uncomfortable. Since the switches are electronic they could be placed anywhere.
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