• (1) M18™ Multi-Tool (2626-20)
• (1) Adapter
• (5) Assorted Sanding Sheets
• (1) Sanding Pad
• (1) Wood Cutting Blade
• Tool-Free Blade Change with adapter to fit most brand's blades
• Constant Power Technology to maintain speed under load
• Battery Isolation for durability and life
• All Metal Gearbox for durability and life
• Smallest Ergonomic Grip in its class
• Voltage: 18V
• Length: 11-7/8"
• Weight: 2.65 lbs
• LED Light: Yes
• Tool Warranty: 5 Years
The M18™ Multi-Tool is one of the most versatile jobsite tools. This 18V cordless oscillating tool is ideal for remodelers, flooring contractors, maintenance repair technicians, and electricians that tackle awkward applications on jobsites. The M18™ Multi-Tool runs 11,000 to 18,000 OPM with Constant Power Technology to maintain speed under load. This tool includes Tool-free blade change and an universal adapter to be compatible with most competitive accessories on the market today. Milwaukee® Durability with under the hood all metal gearbox, battery isolation, and REDLINK™ Intelligence.
the model 2626-20 works good when the blade is properly installed.. HOWEVER i have problems installing the universal fit blades.. You must use an tiny adapter under the tool mounting bolt. The adapter can be awkard or difficult to install. It takes time to install and get in installed properly.. When the adapter is finally in place the M-18 model 2626-20 works good. Some other brands have much easier blade installation methods.. Milwaukee needs update blade installation!!! ..
Brilliant tool if the battery stayed locked in it. Whenever I use it the battery works its way out the back of the tool and it looses connection then stops working. I got keep hitting the battery back in. Annoying!
I am in the process of switching over to Milwaukee tools but not this one. The slide switch just meant that it just keeps running when you let go of the tool or it slips from your hand. This one fell about 4 feet and landed on the battery flipping it over onto a linoleum floor, because it kept running destroyed the flooring before I could even bend over to pick it up. That cost me way more than the saw would have. Glad I borrowed instead of buying. I like the variable speed paddle switch on my Yellow & Black, I let go and its off.
Secondly It won't set standing up on the battery up like my Yellow & Black does, you must lay it down wasting more workspace.
I bleed Milwaukee. I love every tool of theirs. But I fail to understand why they aren’t a completely brushless line? My multi tool sounds like it’s about to come undone at any moment. Not to mention the setup to change blades is absolutely TERRIBLE. You need 3 hands, almost. They need to take this and head to the drawing board for a V2
I got this tool about 1 1/2 month ago, btw it works great i love it but...
when i use it the buttons on the batteries get stuck and i have to use my hammer to get them loose. i know kind of excessive measure (i dont hit them hard but just enough to get them loose.) Inoticed the plastic looks a bit more fragile than my other m18 tools.
has anyone else had this problem?