MILWAUKEE TOOL makes HUGE CHANGE that CAPITULATES to the 1% in many instances large corporations will look out for stock holders and profits which does make business sense. It can be discouraging for consumers, and in this case the tool users who depend on Milwaukee Tools to earn a living. Through extensive tool testing the #VeryCoolGang encountered a flaw with M18 FUEL™ 1/4″ Hex Impact Driver (2853-20) that could create an unnecessary catastrophe for the tradespeople that use it on the job, potentially causing injury and increased insurance premiums! You Will be shocked to hear how Milwaukee Tool decided to handle this situation and made a huge change that capitulates to the one percent! You may never look at Milwaukee Tool in the same way ever again! #MilwaukeeTool #OnePercent
MILWAUKEE TOOL makes HUGE CHANGE that CAPITULATES to the 1%
by Vincent Carneglia / Sunday, 31 January 2021 / Published in Milwaukee tool, Tool Reviews, Trends, Truth & Lies
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Any idea how I can purchase a Gen. 3.5 1/4 impact with the 2 ball bearing retention collet? I have already sent one unit in for repair. I wish to purchase another, but I don’t want to play Russian roulette with it. I want a new one that has the problem fix. I have tried Home Depot and have not found any Gen 3.5 in any of the stores near me. I have also tried a few other stores near me that specialize in Milwaukee tools. Besides opening each tool only box, I’m looking for advice on what else could I do. I have tried owning each box, and the stores either don’t stock that many or aren’t crazy about you opening up each box to find you don’t want the older Gen 3 tool. I have also tried talking to a Milwaukee Tool rep. And they say they can’t help in ordering anything special. It’s up to the stores to handle inventory purchases themselves. So now I’m in a Rock and a hard place and really don’t know what else to try. Am I stuck waiting 6 months to a year for the stores to get new inventory? I live near Milwaukee Tool in Brookfield, Wisconsin. But stalking employees to get me a new tool, might be a bad idea. Too bad the factory store is gone. ☹️ Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.