M18 FUEL 3 in 1 Backpack Vacuum Review

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The Milwaukee 0885-20 (0885-21HD for the kit) 3 in 1 backpack vacuum is a versatile tool great for jobsite cleanup. With 55 CFM and 76″ water lift, it offers great performance capabilities with a decent runtime of 25 minutes with a 9Ah battery.

Thanks to Milwaukee for providing a review sample.

Comments

Tom Builds Stuff says:

The suction test was interesting. I think a lot of people don’t realize that even though the voltage stays the same the amp hour rating can affect performance on some cordless tools. It took me by surprise the first time I saw that mentioned in one of the manuals.

Pro1er says:

Awesome tool! It looks like Milwaukee put a lot of thought into the design. I have a fair amount of experience with backpack vacuums and I can tell you that if you have a large area to clean, they are the best tool for the job. You would have to use one to appreciate it.

Steve Sheldon says:

Now that’s kind of clever… having the vacuum on your back when attached to a tool.

Tool Review Zone says:

From the looks, its awesome. Thanks for another great review!

ichiban2point0 says:

I just got my first M18 Fuel tool a few weeks ago. The chainsaw is on my list as well as the new angle grinder, now I’m considering this back pack vac. And no, my first M18 Fuel tool is not a drill/driver, impact driver or hammer drill. My first M18 Fuel tool is a Super Sawzall. It’s a beast of a tool! I love it. Will this vac take a 12ah HO battery?

opichocal says:

I don’t own any Milwaukee tools but the M18 impact driver is on my Christmas list

Albert says:

With shop vacs, when the hose clogs, I’ll usually unplug the hose and flip it around to clear the debris. Can this hose be inserted with either end? How’s the durability in regards to being punctured? I’ve found my milwaukee box vac has a perfect design for fasteners, specifically brad nails, to get wedged perpendicular to the hose, which can be a real pain in the ass to remove. Additionally, the hose has repeatedly sheared at the internal fitting, and I’ve removed several inches each time for repair. The result is now a completely unusable vacuum because I literally have to keep it about a foot from where I’m working, and they’re using a proprietary fitting which adds a headache to the difficult time I’ve had replacing the original.

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