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Milwaukee M12 JSSP-0 Milwaukee Jobsite Bluetooth Speaker

Milwaukee M12 JSSP-0 Milwaukee Jobsite Bluetooth Speaker
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ITS Order Reference: MILM12JSSP0
£49.99 ex VAT (£59.99 inc VAT)
In Stock Order within 19 Hours and 42 Minutes for earliest standard delivery on: Thursday, 21st of June
Model No: M12 JSSP-0
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Product Description

Model Number: M12 JSSP-0

Barcode: 4002395262892

Milwaukee Josbite Bluetooth Speaker runs off 12v Li-ion Batteries and fits into the impressive M12 tool range.

This large speaker uses wireless technology to allow you to connect your bluetooth enabled device to link upto it and stream music from up to 10 metres away. It has an in-built premium quality speaker amplified by integrated bass for a loud, crisp sound.

The build quality is also impressive, ensuring safe and secure use on jobsites.

It also features a handy USB port for charging phones and USB devices.

It will run up to around 25 hours on a single charged 4.0Ah battery.

This offering is of the speaker body only - so no batteries, or charger.


  • Power SupplyMains or Battey
  • Pack Size1
  • Buying OptionSingle
  • BatteriesNo Batteries
  • Number of Batteries0
  • Voltage12V
  • Battery CompatibilityMilwaukee 12v Li-ion
  • Charge TimeNo Charger
  • Includes CaseNo
  • Case TypeNo Case
  • AM/FMNo
  • Radio-DABNo
  • Charge Batteries?No
  • BluetoothYes
  • Aux InputYes
  • USB Port(s)Yes




This product comes with a standard one year warranty covering manufacturing fault. For more information on this product's specific warranty details please contact us directly on Email: sales@its.co.uk or Phone: 0208 532 5000 (8am-8pm Monday to Friday, 8am- 5pm Saturday) with the ITS Order Ref (above) or the Product Title


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