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New cordless, 12-volt multi-tool from Milwaukee


Milwaukee Tool introduces a 12-volt oscillating multi-tool, part of the company’s burgeoning M12 Fuel series.

The multi-tool features Milwaukee’s Powerstate brushless motor, RedLithium battery pack and Redlink Plus ‘intelligence’ hardware and software.

It weighs just over three pounds and measures 11.2” long, according to Milwaukee.


“It’s ideal for a wide variety of quick and random tasks in the shop or on the jobsite from making plunge and rip cuts, sanding, cutting through nails and bolts, and more,” the company said in a statement.

“The brushless motor pairs with an oscillation angle of 3.9 degrees and 10,000 to 20,000 oscillations per minute. A 12-setting dial allows end-users to adjust the speed to the application. Vibration dampening technology minimizes vibration throughout the entire tool, and not just in the handle.”

Other features include tool-free attachment changes and an LED work light.

The bare tool sells for $149. It’s available in a kit for $219.

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This article was originally published in the September 2020 issue.

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