March 7, 2021

Milwaukee Quik-Lok Attachment System Video Review

Milwaukee Quik-Lok Attachment System Video Review

The Milwaukee Quik-Lok attachment system is a multi-head solution that includes a power head, string trimmer, edger, pole saw, and articulating hedge trimmer. Using the 8.0Ah High Output battery pack as its primary power source, it’s an all-in-one product to handle everything the mower can’t.

10-Second Summary

  • 16″ string trimmer – $109 attachment (49-16-2717), $229 with power head (2825-20ST), $329 kit with 8.0 Ah battery (2825-21ST)
  • 10″ pole saw – $164 attachment (49-16-2720), $399 kit with powerhead and 8.0 Ah battery (2825-21SP)
  • 8″ edger – $109 attachment (49-16-2718)
  • 20″ articulating hedge trimmer – $164 attachment (49-16-2719)
  • 3′ extension – $54 (49-16-2721)
  • Shoulder strap – $19.97 (49-16-2722)
  • Replacement pole saw chain – $17.97 (49-16-2723)

From the beginning of the M18 Fuel OPE launch, Milwaukee has said they’re targeting Pros who need battery-powered options to supplement their gas equipment in noise and emission restricted areas. While we don’t see a lot a Pros use a multi-head system, this might just be the ticket as a supplemental tool.

The bigger appeal is for homeowners. Each of these tools is very effective at what it does and it really is a fine all-in-one system to cover the jobs in between mowing and blowing.


Read the Full Milwaukee Quik-Lok Attachment System Written Review Here

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