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Milwaukee M12 Compact Spot Blower 0852-20

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Part# 12-05733
MFR Model# 0852-20


M12™ Compact Spot Blower delivers more control and faster cleanup. It features high and low-speed settings, a lock-on button, and a variable speed trigger for increased control during jobsite cleanup. The M12™ Compact Spot Blower’s compact size allows for greater access, maneuverability in tight spaces, and easy storage. The axial fan provides the best combination of power and run-time with 175 CFM and 110 MPH of air speed.

The M12™ Compact Spot Blower includes two nozzles. The rubber nozzle removes debris from hard-to-reach spaces. The wide sweeping nozzle efficiently clears debris in open spaces. The M12™ Compact Spot Blower is ideal for jobsite debris removal and workbench cleanup. The MILWAUKEE® M12™ Compact Spot Blower is fully compatible with 100+ solutions on the M12™ System.


  • More controlled, faster cleanup
  • 2-modes & variable speed trigger increase control
  • Compact size & rubber nozzle for tight spaces
  • Axial fan for best combination of power & run-time
  • Maximum Air Speed: 110 MPH Maximum Air Volume: 175 CFM
  • Rubber nozzle removes debris in hard-to-reach places
  • Wide sweeping nozzle efficiently clears debris in open spaces
  • Lock-on switch reduces user fatigue


  • Power Source: Cordless
  • Material Composition: Plastic
  • Length: 15 in
  • Weight: 3.3 lb
  • Height: 8.48 in
  • Width: 4.74 in
  • Battery System: M12

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  • M12 Compact Spot Blower (0852-20)



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