News | December 7, 2020

Milwaukee Expands Outdoor Power Equipment Lineup With New M18 Brushless String Trimmer

Milwaukee Tool is growing its lineup of outdoor power equipment solutions with the introduction of the M18 Brushless String Trimmer; delivering more clearing power and a larger cutting swath than competitive battery-powered trimmer solutions on the market.

For maximum productivity, the new trimmer provides up to 6,200 RPM and features a brushless motor built specifically for trimming applications. For versatility, the trimmer has two speeds; a high speed to take on demanding applications and a low speed to maximize run-time. A 16” cutting swath trims more grass in a single pass and an easy load trimmer head delivers an easy line loading experience with the ability to load up to 25’ of trimmer line in under 30 seconds.

Milwaukee is committed to improving productivity by providing performance-driven and trade-focused solutions so users can perform an entire day’s work on one battery system. This M18 Brushless String Trimmer is part of the M18 System, now offering more than 200 power tool solutions.

Specifications
M18 Brushless String Trimmer (2828-21)
RPM: 0 – 4,600 / 0 – 6,200
Cutting Swath: 14” – 16”
Variable Speed Trigger: Yes
Length w/ Battery: 73.6”
Weight w/ Battery: 11.5lbs
Warranty: 3yr

*Bare tool also available (2828-20)

About Milwaukee Tool
Milwaukee Tool, founded in 1924, is a global leader in delivering innovative solutions to the professional construction trades that offer increased productivity and unmatched durability. Whether it is through their world-leading M12, M18, and MX FUEL cordless systems, the ground-breaking performance of their M12 and M18 FUEL products, jobsite lighting, time-saving accessories, or innovative hand tool and storage products, Milwaukee is dedicated to delivering a steady stream of advanced, trade-specific solutions. Milwaukee Tool is a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based subsidiary of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI). For more information, visit www.milwaukeetool.com.

Source: Milwaukee Tool