Milwaukee M18 Compact Blower 0884-20

No more excuses about having a dirty shop floor and garage floor.  The compact blower is Milwaukee’s new tool added to their ever growing 18V line up.  So what is this blower good for?  It is perfect for cleaning up the floor, blowing out the back of your truck bed and more.

What I really see as the plus of this blower is the ability to blow saw dust around. You know what it’s like at the end of the day.  You have a pile of dust laying around, you sweep most of it up, but you can still tell you made a mess.  With the blower, it will make the area look like you were never there.  Now don’t expect gale force winds from this.  If you don’t own any Milwaukee tools, we are pretty sure you are not going to run out to add this to your line up.  If you own Milwaukee tools, then it might be worth checking out.

What We Like

  • Compact
  • Soft Nozzle

What We Don’t Like

  • Lacks serious power

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Voltage 18V
Tool Warranty 5 Years
Length 20-1/2″
Weight 2.6 lbs
Height 6-1/2″
Width 5-1/2″
Speed 3-Speed Electronic Switch
Max Air Flow 100 CFM (160 MPH)
Package Type Tool-Only (No Battery or Charger Included)

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. The blowers are GREAT for blowing cob webs off the walls top to bottom and every where
    else IN THE HOUSE that is hard to reach. You would be surprised how many cob webs
    are on the walls that you can not see.

  2. Sorry guys, not impressed by this blower at all. Looking at the video that was posted a few weeks back & looking at the specs, it seems a little under power. Another thing, I have never used a battery powered blower. I’ve used corded & gas, which I’ve used most often. I’ll stick to the brands I know that have not failed & are proven in this field. I understand that Milwaukee & others are trying to get into other fields, because of the battery option, which is hot right now. I’ll stick to my Husqvarna & Toro field tools. But, I will try to test the battery power yard work tools soon. Again, if it’s not broken why fix it? Laters TIA

  3. I was really surprised to see Milwaukee come out with something like this, dont get me wrong I love Milwaukee but this seems like a pretty pointless addition to their line. If it came down to it id put my money into the M18 vacuum I personally think that is a better value and that this blower was just a kind of cop out to add another tool to their line.

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