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Milwaukee 203B-203X M12 12V Li-Ion Heated AXIS Jacket (Jacket Only) - 3XL

Model: miln203b-203x
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Milwaukee 203B-203X M12 12V Li-Ion Heated AXIS Jacket (Jacket Only) - 3XL Model: miln203b-203x
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Milwaukee 203B-203X M12 12V Li-Ion Heated AXIS Jacket (Jacket Only) - 3XL

Powered by M12 REDLITHIUM Battery Technology, Milwaukee M12 Heated AXIS Jackets use carbon fiber heating elements to create and distribute heat to the chest, back, and shoulders. A one-touch LED controller allows users to select from three heat settings, delivering ideal heat for any environment. The new Quick-Heat function allows users to feel heat 3X faster than previous jackets and market competitors. Hybrid construction featuring the new AXIS Ripstop Polyester provides a lightweight, compressible design that can be used as an outer shell or a mid-layer jacket, and provides wind and water resistance to survive the elements.
  • Heating Zones: Chest, Back, and Shoulders
  • Washer and dryer safe
  • Wind and water Resistant
  • Compressible design makes layering comfortable and easy
  • Reinforced high-wear zones protect from abrasion and tears
  • 100% Polyester insulation keeps heat in, doesn't add bulk
  • Adjustable waist with drop tail extended back
What’s Included:
  • M12 Heated AXIS Jacket-Only (203-20)
  • M12 Compact Charger and Power Source (48-59-1201)
Heat Zones
Batteries Included
Battery Type
Battery System
Warranty Term
1 Year

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Best jacket I have ever purchased.
Best jacket purchase I have ever made. Works fantastic as a light jacket when it's not too cold and as soon as you need heat just hit the buttons.
January 17, 2020
6 months ago
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so-so jacket
I was excited to get this jacket but then quickly disappointed wearing it, after fulling charging the battery did not last much over 2 hours on Med. I tried it out again going to the store put it on high for about 10 minutes until my truck warmed up then, I kept it on low and was in the store just over an hour when we went outside I was going to put it on high again but the battery was already dead and I never realized it was off. On the low setting I really can not tell that its on. The jacket has some warmth to it without being on but not enough for cold days, I think the hooded sweatshirt would have been better because a hood is great if its raining or bitter cold and windy. I wore it to work today to test the battery again because my office is cold I tried low but no warmth so put it on medium and the battery lasted close to 2 and 1/2 hours. for a $50 battery and nearly $200 jacket I think it should do better. debating if to send it back....Its just a lot to spend for a so-so product. The jacket seams made well and is fashionable for a work jacket. the L fits snugly (5'4 150 lbs) as expected so could layer over it, but was hoping with the heater I would not need to.
November 26, 2018
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Are any of these jackets or vest FR rated?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: the box does not state it is FR so I am assuming it is not.