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Milwaukee Radius LED worklight. 

I have been a huge fan of Milwaukee LED work lighting for the last couple of years. They have truly carved out a unique position in the cordles lighting category. There simply is no other company offering such outstanding cordless lighting options today.

The Radius light is their top offering at the time of this writing. It is the brightest cordless light I have seen yet. In factory form the output is rated at 4,400 lumens. That much light from a portable cordless source is just incredible. If you have the right situation where you need more light from it and it will not be glaring in your eyes, you can order the clear lens from Milwaukee and output is increased to over 6,700 lumens! The light will not be as smooth because it will not be diffused but it will be substantially brighter. The clear lens may not be the best for painting but it might be just what you need for another task.

All that light requires some control and the Radius light has plenty of it. There are 3 buttons on the control panel. You can adjust the brightness between 3 levels. You can also choose which side of the light is active, left, right or both. Run times will vary depending on how you set it up. Low medium or high as well as one side or both. I am seeing a little over 2 hours with a fully charged 5.0 battery on high.

I love that Milwaukee added a low battery minder. It flashes several times to warn you to either change the battery or plug it in to an extension cord. I have been really frustrated at times with the older lights when they shut off without warning in a crawl space or attic!

The Radius light can be used on the floor or on a work top or you can hang it on a pipe or conduit or 2x lumber overhead with the hide away hook. If you can’t find either of these Milwaukee also supplies a nice heavy duty hanging cable with the light.

The Radius light is built very tough for extreme use. It is much stronger than you would imagine from looking at the pictures. My two daughters and I all stood on the light with no ill effects. Together we weigh at least 400 lbs. at the Milwaukee New Product Symposium 2016, we watched as Milwaukee employees dropped really heavy weights on different lights. All the others were destroyed but the Radius light just laughed at the test. It was completely unharmed.

One welcome addition is an ac power option with an 11 amp output receptacle. Since these draw 1 amp or less, you can run 12 of these on one circuit. That would be a staggering amount of light! With the corded and cordless option, The possibilities are endless.

We use the radius light on fire damage jobs where power has been cut to the house. We use it on construction jobs. We have also taken it on several camping trips. It always exceeds our expectations.

All in all this is an extremely well made, versatile work light. I never want to be without it.

I have many posts on Instagram related to this light and an incredible amount  other tools.

153 Comments

  1. So I just had a brainstorm…. Use the light plugged in to mains power, if you’re using another corded tool, just plug into the receptacle in the light. No need for two extension cords, except for maybe off the light to extend your reach

    • Anything 12 amps or less??

    • Bremon

      Good call Knarly, hadn’t thought of that. I’m a sucker for Milwaukee “TrueView”. This thing is spendy but some Internet sleuthing for it shows it to be ridiculously durable. Not to mention ridiculously bright.

  2. Would like to see Milwaukee make a cordless M18 Oscillating sander!
    Awesome giveaway Paul by the way!

  3. Jeff Ramella

    I believe the idea of the radius being in the hub of a workspace or project is a great idea. I think there could be other features implemented that would allow for even more functionality that could be a helpful addition. One simple integration to the base could be a clock, this simply integration would allow for quick peak while working. I also believes probes with a display for tempature and moisture could also see provide valuable resources for a job site that would be needed.

  4. Keith smoker

    A smaller version for small spaces would be great as well.

  5. alexander saunders

    I’m always a fan of modular tools. Like is Milwaukee were to make a storage system like festool or bosch that this light could hook on to for easy transportation. that sort of thing.

    • Lands End Construction

      Just figured I’d clarify that this comment was by Lands End Construction’s instagram!

  6. Ramon Lyn

    This is a great light and for the entry into the giveaway, can you use this to build a tiny house or shed as the light would be invaluable on the interior.

  7. Bremon

    I want to see Milwaukee make a Fuel jigsaw; especially since they are starting to take woodworking more seriously.

    Also: M18 Fuel Hackzall! I appreciate the multivoltage charger does 12 and 18 but I still don’t want to haul a trio of 4.0 M12 XC batteries for one tool when everything else is M18.

  8. Eric Hauck

    I would like to see Milwaukee build a Fuel dust collector to go with the Fuel sliding miter saw. This light looks great too.

  9. Austin Werrmann

    I would love to see them make a cordless 23ga pinner. I love my 18 and 15ga just have to have a compressor for the 23 GA. A m12 pinner would be icing on the cake to keep it small.

  10. Josh Kendall

    I like the idea of this light, but the one key version is going to be the one I hold out for, being able to turn the light on and off from the app is going to be helpful. I was thinking of hanging a few in my garage for extra light since the garage is narrow and only has one light fixture in it, take them down when needed elsewhere. Just can’t see doing that because of the hassle the non-one key version would be.

    I really hope Milwaukee starts making some more woodworking type tools, a M12 planer, a M18 track saw (or even a track that works with their existing saws), and a corded trim router would be great.

  11. Erik Stepelton

    Would love to see more woodworking stuff, maybe a cordless table saw.

  12. Justin Kendall

    I’m waiting for the One-Key model. After using the One-Key Impact Driver and Impact Wrench I’m not buying anything else Milwaukee makes without it if they also produce a One-Key model. I’m definitely ordering the clear lens when I order mine.

    I would love to see Milwaukee put out a M18 10-1/4″ circular saw. I love my corded version but I’d rather not have to pull out a extension cord. I feel like now that the 9.0 batteries are out it’s definitely doable. Other than that as Bremon said I’d love to see Fuel Jigsaw’s come out. That’s the only reason I don’t have one currently. I bit the bullet on the non Fuel M18 Hackzall but I can’t on the jigsaw.

  13. John Gilliland

    This light looks awesome. I wish Milwaukee would expand on their Jobsite organizers they’re tough and stackable and could hold most of their tools if they made the deeper. Also I think everybody want them to make a fuel jigsaw and a fuel hackzall but also a fuel multitool. Since it seems they are starting to develop more carpentry specific tools they my as well make a fuel track saw and a trim router. Congrats Toolpig on reaching 45k on instagram keep up the good work.

  14. BlueOak Construction

    I’d really like to see Milwaukee make a fuel battery powered compact table saw or wet vac.

  15. This worklight sounds awesome. I’d like to see Milwaukee take a stab at a cordless table saw.

  16. Josh marsh

    I love that Milwaukee is starting to make more tools for carpentry! Excited for the fuel miter saw giveaway. Always been a fan of Milwaukee’s sawsalls. I used a Milwaukee 12″ sliding miter saw at Warwick for awhile and I really liked it. For my suggestion I would love to see Milwaukee come out with a job site table saw to compete with the Dewalt. Thanks for doing what you do toolpig!

  17. Jeff Efird

    A indestructible phone case with built in laser measure and flir camera

  18. Nick

    I would like to see Milwaukee come out with a barrel grip cordless jig saw or cordless router

  19. @shamrockremodeling

    i would like for Milwaukee to start selling tools in the systainers. I think they do in other countries but would be great if they did here. Also a table saw. They make great products and I can’t see why they can’t make one.

  20. Ryan Lemstra

    That’s one killer light. Just what I need to install lights in the basement of my new (old) house! Purchased my first power tools two months and have been super impressed. M18 impact, hammer drill, Sawzall, flashlight with two 3.0 batteries and the multi-charger. Amazing combo!

  21. Matt Wiseman

    I’d love to see a Milwaukee iPhone dock with speakers built in. But a cover to seal your phone in so dust doesn’t get into and on your phone. External controls so dirty hands don’t have to pick up the phone. And a microphone so you can take calls.

  22. tppmann

    That is one killer light. Looks perfect for installing lights in the basement of my new (old) house. I just bought my first set of power tools two months ago and haven’t been happier! Picked up a set of Milwaukee M18 impact, hammer drill, Sawzall, flashlight with two 3.0 batteries and the multi-charger. Amazing combo!

  23. Joseph Miller

    I’d love to see Milwaukee make adapters for all other brands of batteries! I’m currently using makita tools, but seriously interested in the new line of Milwaukee tools. The cordless saws are hands down a huge convenience especially when no power is available on a jobsite in BFE.

  24. Joseph Miller(@valupaq)

    I’d love to see Milwaukee make adapters for all other brands of batteries! I’m currently using makita tools, but seriously interested in the new line of Milwaukee tools. The cordless saws are hands down a huge convenience especially when no power is available on a jobsite in BFE.

  25. Tonylandin

    Is this light a battery charger as well? If not that would be a great addition to it how about making it controlled by an app where you can brighten or dim from the other side of the crawl space if needed.

  26. Laura

    Thanks for the chance at this amazing giveaway!

  27. Brandon Blatchley

    The idea to add on a receptacle is a good one, maybe even multiples to use it as a splitter since it will likely be in the middle of your work space anyway. Whether plugging in another tool or just chargers, great idea. Usb outs are increasingly handy, and occasionally I still like to put a light on a tripod. Sounds like the ultimate light. I might set it up even if I don’t turn the light on.

  28. Blythe

    A refresh for the jigsaw and oscillating tool are desperately needed.

    @metalwoodandmore

  29. Bryce Julian

    I would love to see them make a cordless shop vac, I’d be so handy in tight spaces.

  30. Chris

    Those lights would be awesome if you could also have an adapter to charge phones.

  31. Shaun Arnault

    Would love to see milwaukee make a cordless orbital sander m18

  32. Scott Bullinger

    I’m liking the multi-function suggestions of the light most are suggesting. If you create an app for it such as Tonylandin awesomely suggested, why not take it a tad further and add a built-in blue tooth speaker. Who knows how long you might be inside a tight crawl space doing work and it just doesn’t make sense to bring one of the large radios. Just pair your phone with the light and play your favorite spotify, pandora or whatever music. Might as well add a little enjoyment to your work.

  33. Saw-Horse Creations

    I would like to see them make a battery operated Coffee maker for job sites!

  34. I’d love to see a m12 blower for quick Clean ups

  35. I would like to see milwaukee develop the dust collection on their new cordless mitre saw. Just from the standpoint of market share a cordless mitre saw with killer dust collection would seal the deal. It amazes me that no manufacturers have implemented dust collection built into the aluminum base of the saw.

  36. It would be great for them to charge batteries while plugged in, although with the new 9.0 that might not be as important anymore. I would love to see Milwaukee tackle a cordless spray foam cutting/shaving tool, because there aren’t very many good tools out there right now. A cordless air compressor would be awesome as well!

  37. Jonathon Wilson

    Milwaukee we need a M18 router. Cordless router would be great! Congrats tool pig on 45k, keep on keeping on.

  38. BMack37

    I’d really like to see an LED worklight similar to the new Eastwood. It’s foldable with three LED panels but it can lock into a bar, the bar then has clips on the outside which allows you to clip onto a car’s hood or whatever. As it folds it can stand by itself in different configurations.

  39. Rcrich85

    I’d like for Milwaukee to make a shield for the light to concentrate where it is lit and could easily be rotated around.

  40. Scott Colombe

    The radius light would be even better if it charged batteries, would help to justify the high price tag on it as well. I would like to see Milwaukee make a spray foam insulation shaving tool. There really isn’t a very good or affordable selection of them to choose from currently.

  41. Brian Veeck

    Would love a more cost friendly light, like the ryobi hybrid battery/cord LED work light!

  42. cheryl larimer

    This would be great for remodeling projects where wiring is disconnected. It would eliminate long extension cords and moving a hot spotlight around.

  43. Kyle morrissey

    I would to see them have all woodworking tools use the 9.0 battery. More and more jobs are needing to be cordless but with corded power. Have that flexibility when working is amazing!

  44. I would like to see a smaller version of the light at a more economical price point. Something like the Ryobi hybrid LED light

  45. @jtkendall

    I like the idea of this light, but the one key version is going to be the one I hold out for, being able to turn the light on and off from the app is going to be helpful. I was thinking of hanging a few in my garage for extra light since the garage is narrow and only has one light fixture in it, take them down when needed elsewhere. Just can’t see doing that because of the hassle the non-one key version would be.

    I really hope Milwaukee starts making some more woodworking type tools, a M12 planer, a M18 track saw (or even a track that works with their existing saws), and a corded trim router would be great.

  46. I’m excited about the OPE coming in Spring 2017. Would still love to see a cordless palm and random orbit sander and also a cordless trim router. I really like the option to go to AC power on things like the lights and other tools, so I would keep that added bonus, it would be worth paying a few extra dollars for those times you don’t really need the battery power (i.e. Would be nice to see that on the miter saw).

  47. John Card (Instagram - Ohiostatebuckeyefan)

    Milwaukee, I’d like to see you build a table saw. If Dewalt and Bosch can do it, I know you can too.

  48. Lvnthmsclln

    I would like to see a portable (18v) band saw that can handle 8″ materials and wood blades.

  49. Milwaukee already has an awesome cordless line, but I think a cordless jigsaw would be good. Or maybe a bench top thickness planer.

  50. Isaac hernandez

    I would like Milwaukee to make more tool storages (with wheels) or a track saw ? Nice give away ?

  51. Clive Gahungu

    I have two things I want see built. The first I want to see is a video or videos of a tree house built with all the Milwaukee line of tool. As a way of showing how the tools work and preform. Also I want to see the Radius LED Light be used as the only lighting for the tree house if people want to use it at night.

    The second thing I want to see built is a tool with a built in rechargeable battery. So you do not have take out and put back the battery to charge. It would save some time.

  52. Sam Almaraz

    A cordless table saw or welder would be great Milwaukee!!

  53. Rodney Clark

    I’ll tell you what I would buy today with no hesitation. I want it so bad I would get it even if it caused me to switch brands… but I want Milwaukee to do it cause the red and black is the sweetest. The light above is great, there’s a radio with Bluetooth I know, some chargers have a USB connector. I need ALL THAT in one. Cordless bluetooth radio w/ worklight and USB charger ports AND an option to plug the unit in and charge both my 12 and 18v batteries. Less crap to carry, all one unit. Hell, put a weather radio on it to and I’ll take it camping

  54. Brendin dorge

    I think they should make 12v pex crimpers

    • Do you know of a company that makes a cordless one? I don’t know of one, but a company makes an adapter to put on your drill to do the pex crimps. I myself use the Uponor expansion system, but that adapter is just another option

      • Brendin

        I haven’t seen any one make cordless ones yet would be nice for when we do homes, when in commercial we use the wersbo expansion and I love it in both 12/18 great tool for sure makes easy work

  55. Adam Baumgartner

    23ga pin nailer would be awesome

    • Brett

      I agree with you here Adam. I need a nice cordless 2″ 23 gauge nailer for small trim repair jobs. I actually can’t believe there is not one available yet.

  56. E.G. Perkins(Itsmistered)

    Are they or have they made a stand for this? I think that would be nice touch if you can’t reach any ceiling mounting options. Or maybe even a stand that can be raised or lowered to keep all those lumens above your eye level. Great looking light and can’t wait to add one to my setup!

  57. I would like to see a palm drill that they make in a corded version. I believe the drill is at a 22.5 degree. I loved using it when doing boat work. It would be great if they made a sub-compact drill with m12 batt’s with the same idea as their old corded palm drill…maybe with an aption to change the angle on the chuck?

  58. cheryl larimer

    With all the quality tools that Milwaukee makes for men, it would be awesome if they came out with a line of cordless shaving razors.

  59. Nate Adams

    Hey Paul loving the website so far. I would love to see Big Red a cordless router!

  60. Mike bruneau

    How about a 18v tracksaw

  61. A concrete vibrator with the 9.0 would be awesome. A Cordless framing nailer. Cordless track saw. A radio that can charge a 3 or 4 batteries are once, or with a rapid charger. Cordless table saw.

  62. Jared

    A Milwaukee framing nailer would be pretty sweet. Needs to have the speed of a pneumatic to be competitive though with bump fire

  63. Reyes Velazquez

    I would make a cordless framing nailer. Make it better then the one dewalt has already. Theirs takes a bit to spool up and fire. It has to be faster at shooting nails that’s where the money would be when making a cordless framing nailer. A cordless table saw as well. A adapter to plug in the cordless miter saw.

  64. Matt

    I would love to see them make a heated pair of long Johns similar to the hoodies and jackets they already have. With built in socks that also stay warm

  65. Aaron

    I would love to see Milwaukee make a m18 cordless table saw

  66. Stephen O'Day

    Would love to see a detachable extension pole!

  67. Jesse Riddle

    I would love Milwaukee to make a cordless table saw!

  68. Antoine Claiborne

    These are some great idea. I’d love to see the framing nailer and coffee maker. If patents allow, I’d most like to see the track saw.

  69. Jesse Riddle (jrrusticdesign)

    I would love for Milwaukee to make a cordless table saw!

  70. Moises aparicio

    I would love to see an actual cordless router. My cordless porter cable is too old

  71. Hamish

    A power station like DeWalt. Would be awesome with the 9.0 batteries!

  72. tim

    A cordless table saw by Milwaukee would be nice.

  73. Jonathon Williams

    I want to see a Milwaukee cordless coffee maker!

  74. Chad Heffernan

    Milwaukee I would like to see a cordless narrow crown stapler.

  75. Matt L

    I’d like to see Milwaukee come out with a full size cordless router.

  76. XX Construction

    I’m sure it is already in the works but first I would like to see a milwaukee storage system similar to the ridgid or dewalt. Secondly I would like to see a cordless router

  77. Sam_k_

    I’d like to see Milwaukee make a m18 fuel ransom orbit sander or track saw!

    Thanks for the giveaway, super appreciated.

  78. Jeff

    I’d love to see a 18v orbital sander, updated 18v jigsaw, updated corded 12″ sliding mitre saw and a 10″ 18v table saw

  79. Chris Prouty

    I’d love to see a track saw, corded or cordless

  80. Adam T

    I would like to see a air purifier for demo jobs.

  81. Josh

    I would really like to see a “cordless” platform that would accept a corded pack. On a job with no electricity or in the middle of nowhere? Use a battery pack. Need extended runtime/cords don’t matter? Slide on the corded pack. So much flexibility!

  82. Nevin Klassen

    A cordless brad nailer 23 gauge would be handy.

  83. Jeff Efird (BlueOakConstruction)

    I’d like to see Milwaukee build a cooler that runs off a 9.0 battery.

  84. Angel J Ramos

    Hands down a must have is a blue tooth radio and light with charging station for all batteries and cell phone charger! An all in one life saver for the job! So please hurry up and take my $$$$

  85. Jeff

    I would like to see a 18v orbital sander, updated 18v jigsaw and a 18v tablesaw

  86. Ok Milwaukee, time to start working on a cordless(fuel) vacuum solution to attach to circ saws, miter saws, sds drills etc. Auto start and stop (obviously) and have a cyclone built in to preserve the filter life!
    Thanks for the opportunity Paul!

  87. Mulligan

    I second the all in one radio Rodney. Light, Radio, charger, plugs for cords, etc.

  88. Josh Shields

    They should make a portable job site fan. Similar to air king flor fans but cordless. I do industrial maintenance and if I had a fan to carry from machine to machine easily that would be awesome. I don’t like down time so I don’t waste time searching for outlets. Put one of the new batteries on it, would sell like gold!

  89. Noah Racette

    I want to see a retractable cord on chargers. If not retractable at least a set of hooks to wrap it around like the back of an upright vacuum.

  90. I would love Milwaukee to make a cordless table saw!

  91. Daniel Julian

    Cordless OPE is coming next spring and I’d like to see even more in this line: chainsaw, pole chainsaw, hand pruner, loppers, pole hedge trimmer, edger, backpack blower, special tool for cutting steel landscape edging, tool for connecting barbed fittings to irrigation drip tube, handheld trencher for burying lighting and/or irrigation wiring… on and on…

  92. Thomas Elliot

    Safety:
    Integrate a radio/speaker with Bluetooth phone w. Voice activation and emergency SPOT style trigger (button and voice) that will contact a set of people with text message of GPS coordinates and request for assistance.

    Programmable using NFC chip and most smartphones; so it can be checked out of a construction company inventory and therefore serves as a safety second, or reasonable safety precaution, that lets said companies work with tighter crews.

  93. Travis

    I think Milwaukee should unleash a cordless table saw. They currently don’t even make a corded one so why not make a huge wave in the market.

    I also believe they should have a cordless trim router. I can’t believe only ridgid and Ryobi have one.

    BRICOLEUR_DESIGN_JAX

  94. Lands End Construction

    I’m always a fan of modular tools. Like is Milwaukee were to make a storage system like festool or bosch that this light could hook on to for easy transportation. that sort of thing.

  95. Matthew Manning

    I’d like to see a tile saw and table saw.

  96. Brett

    A Shop tool box on wheels with built in chargers in a top compartment.

  97. Heated tool grips for cold outdoor work!

  98. Id like to see milwaukee make wood clamps and a new 3hp plunge router.

  99. Cordless Milwaukee router would be awesome!

  100. Cordless router would be great!

  101. Cordless router would be great!

  102. Cordless router would be great!!

  103. BoltonElectric

    i would definetaly like to see milwaukee build a cordless welder.

  104. stancontracting

    I don’t know if there’s a way to do it, but a cordless framing nailer would be awesome. And not one of those CO2 cartridge type guns. I figure with these brushless motors they have out now it shouldn’t be a problem. Thank you.

  105. Zachary Chittenden

    I would like to see a cordless table saw. But I would totally be ok with the coffee maker idea too…

  106. I’d love to see a multi use charging station that’s also a storage option. Something water resistant or proof.

  107. A grease gun would be cool.

  108. Size really isn’t too much of an issue. A “central station” could be awesome. Multiple battery charging, a covered storage spot similar too but larger than the radio one for keys, phones, and wallets, 25′ extension cord storage. Oh, and a recessed male plug! The new Lincoln Electric Sqaure Wave 200 welder has this and damaging the prongs is never and issue, and there is no annoying cord to flop around. Other than that Milwaukee continues to hit the nail on the head. Features like the flashing low level warning is genius. Excited to continue building our fuel line of tools! With winter coming up, a heated M12 jacket is going to be high on the list!

  109. Jason

    Cordless metal shear? Do they make one of those yet? Or a cordless auto stapler for tyvek/tar paper.

  110. I’d love to see a legit track saw comparable to Festool. Perfect cuts every time. Maybe even a vacuum too?

  111. It’s hunting season. I want to see Milwaukee build a sweet tree stand 100% cordless.
    IG: sawustandsmoke

  112. Jason Colombo

    A cordless rivet gun. If your a member of the #tiacrew and forum you will understand why I asked for it 🙂

  113. Eric G

    I want to see a duck blind built at night with the radius.

  114. Tyler Mills

    I would like to see millwauke come out with a concrete pencil vibrator

  115. I would like to see a barrel grip jigsaw from Milwaukee. I’ve been looking at the Bosch and Festool but like the red 😉
    @ejinnovations

  116. Liam - @wlfpk

    Definitely gotta say I’m crossing my fingers for a Milwaukee brushless cordless trim router. Would really make light trim work and chanfers super simple and accessible.

  117. Kyle

    I would like to see milwaukee make a cordless plung cut router !!!

  118. A 21g cordless pin/Brad would be great or a concrete polisher with great dust collection. Doesn’t have to be cordless but it’d be sweet.

  119. Eric Gouge

    I would love to see a three axsis laser level from Milwaukee.

  120. Mark Derthick

    Looking at the new m18 rocket light I would say this light needs to charge batteries as well.

  121. Jeff Meiner

    This light looks awesome and would be an amazing addition to any line crew!!!! We could use this on night outages or in man holes!!!

    I would love to see this light being used to build a backyard gazebo or the new and fun thing a backyard bar/shed!!!

  122. Zach

    Would love to see a red cordless router!

  123. Greg Esm

    This really is a great light. I’d love to see more happening with tools for the underground utility work. Maybe some splicing toos?

  124. Mark Shimp

    I’d like to see Milwaukee put out a battery operated glue gun.

  125. Mark

    I’d like to see cordless glue gun!

  126. Add built in charging and is it crazy to put a Bluetooth speaker on it?

  127. Johnny

    Wanna see you guys makes a water saw

  128. Matt Dobrovolny

    It would be sweet to see a 18v cordless sander that was built to be awesome!

  129. Im with Adam Baumgartner

    23ga pin nailer would be awesome

  130. As someone who works out of a one car garage, at all hours of the day, I’d like to see this used to build a practical workbench for a small space which incorporates the lighting.
    Lighting & space are the biggest issue I have since there’s less day light now.
    Happy building!

  131. Jesse Dahlquist

    So many things i would love milwaukee to bulid .
    One thing would be a cordless or corded table saw ! Smaller m12 pvc cutters .
    A cpvc cutter hand tool not pex . Better 5/16 bits would be nice ive stripped so many way to quick .lumber squares and more tool boxs and storage soultions would be nice also milwaukee just make every tool ever that way i dont have to biy other brands im trying to stay ONLY MILWAUKEE. Also would have been nice if they had gps in there tools when all mine got stolen last year ha

  132. Avicor Construction Inc

    Cordless. Cooler or a table saw

  133. Darien

    I would like to see them come out with a cordress router. I love all the Milwaukee stuff I have. I’m glad I started with this company and I’m sticking with them.

  134. I’ll piggy back off Eric Mann, I would love to see a barrel grip jigsaw in red and black. Heck, why not release a cordless router while they are at!

  135. Kameron Brooks

    I’d like to see Milwaukee be the first to bring to market an M18, small drywall sander. A shorter pole or optional pole mount with good dust collection but not big and clunky like current DW sanders on the market. Remodelers could really benefit from a tool like this! Current small, low dust options aren’t very good, IMO.

  136. Brent

    I would love to see Milwaukee tools come out 2 things. #1 I’ve said it time and time again…. Lol…. Let’s get a cordless coffee maker, from this awesome company. For those times when you loose power at the house and need a fresh cup of joe….. Or everyday at the job!
    #2 Cordless router…… This would make a huge companion to the new M18 mitre saw!

  137. Sean France

    I would like to see amother Milwaukee paint sprayer. There was an hvlp a while back that I never got to try. Maybe a cordress airless like graco!

    Sweet light. It’s on my wishlist for sure!

  138. Definitely a track saw, or a 110v welder!

  139. Definitely a track saw or a 110v welder!

  140. Elias Greco

    Hey Milwaukee! I’d love to see a new stand for the mitre saw. The design of the existing one isn’t the greatest. Wheels are too close together so it makes it very tipsy while wheeling around. Also both locking screws for the arms have broken on mine.

    Thanks!

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