Milwaukee M18 Corded / Cordless Jobsite Fan 0886-20 Review

Review of the Milwaukee 18 volt ac / dc hybrid 3 speed jobsite fan features and performance

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Panasonic 14-42mm F3.5-5.6

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Sony Stereo Mic

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Brien says:

You have been cranking out the vids lately !!!

Chevy513 says:

I still gotta stick with my Ridgid fan, super quiet the quietest fan out, variable speed switch, a million hanging options and killer runtime like 45 minutes on low compared the the Milwaukee’s 17 hours and it has more CFM that the Milwaukee which only has 284cfm where the Ridgid kills it with 475cfm, also the head on the Ridgid rotates 240 degrees where the Milwaukee only rotates 120 degrees. I do like you don’t need an extension cord with the Milwaukee but at the same time that power adapter is just one more thing to lose! So Ridgid all the way for me, I do think the Ridgid is better but even if I didn’t I would still buy it cuz that’s the line of 18 volt cordless tools I run and I won’t buy out of my line!

Rolo says:

I like your videos but can you please change the color of that wall it’s very distracting. Other wise keep up the great work!

Phil Diakun says:

Thanks for the info, it can be plugged in and Battery at same time and A/C will take pref, Also that A/C WILL Not charge the battery (Sep Charger needed) great review !

Cody Robertson says:

Great review! I think out of all the cordless fans available my favorite is the ridgid. Because of all of the ways that it can be mounted to a surface.

TheKaffehoved says:

I Guess you could say it’s Fan-tastic

Titantramp4u says:

I just bought this fan…the holes in the bottom are round….where are the

Puabond says:

You are good at this bro. Keep it up.

battleminion says:

I was waiting to milwaukee release something like this the only thing i dont like its the ac adaptor i always damage them in the transport , i wisth it was like the ryobi just plug the extension cord no carry anything else, . Thanks for the video

Randy Rodz says:

Battery are sold separately?


use it in the car, it helps to circulate the a/c inside very well.

Daniel Deandrade says:

Good fan, dislike that there’s a a/c power adapter instead of just a plug one more thing to forget or get lost and damaged on the job site, the Ridgid pumps out more air at over 400 cfm and at work I hang mine of a peg board and supplies me with plenty of air at over 15+ feet, and over 25 hours of run time on low, and have yet to kill a battery 4.0ah during a work day on high 8+ hrs. Ridgid took my money on this battle.

Deerugs says:



Tell milwaukee to make a battery jumper

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