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Promoted 04-29-2016 by brisar at 05:28 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has 3-Piece Makita LCT314W 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit on sale for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks bargainhunterforever

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Our research indicates that this Makita LCT314W 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit is $56 lower (36% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $155. - brisar

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Last Edited by listverse April 29, 2016 at 06:13 AM
I found a decent article [popularmechanics.com] by Popular Mechanics in which they review 13 different brands of 12v LI-on tools. I thought it was worth a read. Just be aware that it was written in Dec. 2011. But... unless someone can correct me, not much has changed (as far as the Li-on technology) since then. Makita is reviewed in said article. Thought I'd share. - listverse

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The Makita 12-Volt 3-Piece Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit, model no. LCT314W, for $99 with free shipping @ Home Depot.The combo kit includes 12-volt drill, 3/8" driver, 12-volt LED flashlight, two batteries, charger, and a tool case . Deal ends today.


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thanks op, in for one.
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Are these the ones that come with a 5 year warranty?
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•Includes 12-Volt Max driver/drill (FD02W), 1-Volt Max 3/8 in. impact driver (DT01W), 12-Volt Max LED flashlight (LM01W), (2) 12-Volt Max lithium-ion batteries (BL1014), lithium-ion charger (DC10WB) and tool case (823304-1)
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Had this set for 7 years and they've held up nicely. Mine are rated at 10.8V but that's just because they changed the cells in the battery packs.
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I'm considering grabbing this bundle. Are there any big limitations with 12V versus a bigger 18V/20V? Just bought my first home and don't see myself doing any huge construction projects...
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Great set of tools! Got them for the same price black Friday a few years ago- without the light. Some people will say 12V isn't enough power, but I prefer them over my 18V tools 95% of the time.
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Quote from Miklebud View Post :
I'm considering grabbing this bundle. Are there any big limitations with 12V versus a bigger 18V/20V? Just bought my first home and don't see myself doing any huge construction projects...
You wouldn't want to run 2.5" deck screws all day long, but for occasional medium duty use they are more than adequate.
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I'm considering grabbing this bundle. Are there any big limitations with 12V versus a bigger 18V/20V? Just bought my first home and don't see myself doing any huge construction projects...
For around the house stuff this 12V set is perfect. These have very good power, and are very light. I own the Makita set, a 18V set, and also have the Milwaukee 12V similar set. Sometimes the Milwaukee set goes on sale for $99 with 2 tools and battery. Milwaukee 12V has more tools that take the same batteries, if you're looking to expand your set.
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Great set of tools! Got them for the same price black Friday a few years ago- without the light. Some people will say 12V isn't enough power, but I prefer them over my 18V tools 95% of the time.
But if you only want to invest in (1) set, 18v or 20v seems like the way to go.
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For around the house stuff this 12V set is perfect. These have very good power, and are very light. I own the Makita set, a 18V set, and also have the Milwaukee 12V similar set. Sometimes the Milwaukee set goes on sale for $99 with 2 tools and battery. Milwaukee 12V has more tools that take the same batteries, if you're looking to expand your set.
Aha, that's something to consider - I'd be buying into an entire system of tools. The Makita 12V is really only the drill/driver/light and a circular saw.
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Only set I own is Ryobi 18v as its always on sale. I been using it but dont know if it is the best. I am not a handy man.
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