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Old 08-03-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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We are very pleased to announce that we have partnered with Milwaukee Tool to give away an M12™ Drain Snake KIT!

To enter, simply respond to this thread with your answer to the following question.

Watch the M12 Drain Snake Video below. How would this tool save you time and money?


On August 18, 2016 we will do a random drawing from the responses in this thread to select the winner.

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Milwaukee® Introduces Industry’s Most Portable Drain Snake
Milwaukee Tool expands its industry-leading M12™ System with the introduction of the M12™ Drain Snake, developed specifically for the challenges plumbers, maintenance technicians, and property managers encounter when cleaning fixtures and small drain lines.

Providing the benefits of both handheld and floor-mounted drain cleaning machines, the Drain Snake’s simple cordless setup, as well as its new-to-world design, deliver game-changing productivity for plumbers and contractors cleaning sinks, tubs, and other small drain lines up to 25’ long.

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WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • M12™ Drain Snake
  • 5/16"X25' BULB CABLE W/DRUM
  • 5 Gallon Drain Snake Storage Bucket
  • M12™ REDLITHIUM™ Battery
  • M12™ Lithium-ion Battery Charger

Sponsored by: Milwaukee Tool
For over 90 years, Milwaukee has led the industry in both durability & performance. We continue to deliver innovative solutions for increased productivity.
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Old 08-03-2016, 04:24 PM   #2
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This tool would provide a quick alternative to the k-50. Also the convenience of already having like 1 million m12 tools means I wouldn't have to buy new batteries and could stay loyal to red!
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I think this would make me money by charging to clean out floor drains. Now I just use the cleanout if they won't drain. Already have the lithium tools so maybe I'll buy one. Good idea whoever is behind this contest. I think I ended up buying the last tool that was given as a prize, just can't remember what it was.


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It would save time not plugging in the supervee and dragging a cord around. And like flyout said, I have plenty of m12 batteries.
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This rodder would save me a lot of time having to run an extension cord from a room with a good and properly wired outlet to rod out a bath or lavatory sink. It would save me money since I already own many M12 power tools, no need to go out and purchase another battery charger and packs.
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I'd use it for a boat anchor if it weighed more.

Come on, use this thing on a floor drain?

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It would save me time because I wouldn't need to plug it into an electric outlet. It would save money because time is money!
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it would save me money as im gona win it for free... then it would save me time cleaning drains.......
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That tool would save me time in clean up since it can be held closer to the drain than a small drum machine which means less of a mess to clean up afterwards. By spending less time with clean up it can save me some time, and as they say "time is money".
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If I had the Milwaukee M12 Drain Snake I could save time because of its instant setup and it is the lightest and most portable drain snake. The M12 could save me money with its power and 25 foot cable that wont bog down meaning no more call backs.
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