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Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Brushless Hammer Drill/Driver and Brushless Impact Combo Kit W/ Free 6.0ah Battery - $199

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Includes: 2 Tools, 3 Batteries (2.0ah, 4.0ah, 6.0ah), charger and carrying case...

@ HomeDepot $199 + tax (YMMV)


Milwaukee M12 FUEL takes 12-Volt to the next level of performance with a POWERSTATE brushless motor, REDLINK PLUS Intelligence and REDLITHIUM battery technology for exceptional motor life, run time and power. Hard-working and long-lasting, the POWERSTATE brushless motor reduces noise and cools rapidly to deliver years of maintenance-free performance. The M12 REDLITHIUM XC6.0 battery provides up to four times more run time than standard lithium-ion batteries to power through any job. Featuring an advanced system of cordless power tool electronics, the REDLINK PLUS hardware and software help maximize performance to protect your investment. Includes A Free M12 12-Volt Redlithium XC 6.0Ah Extended Capacity Battery Pack (48-11-2460).
  • Includes: 2404-20 M12 FUEL 1/2 in. hammer drill, 2453-20 M12 FUEL 1/4 in. hex impact driver, 48-11-2420 M12 REDLITHIUM 2.0Ah compact battery, 48-11-2440 M12 REDLITHIUM 4.0Ah XC battery, 48-59-2401 M12 lithium-ion battery charger, 2 belt clips and 1 carrying case, (1) includes a free M12 XC 6.0Ah extended capacity battery pack (48-11-2460)
  • M12 FUEL 1/2 in. hammer drill/driver delivers exceptional motor life, power and run time
  • M12 FUEL 1/4 in. hex impact driver features long motor life and run time with proprietary Milwaukee 2-mode drive control
  • Hammer drill/driver delivers up to 350 in. lbs. of peak torque with maximum sustained torque to complete a variety of applications
  • Hex impact driver offers fastening speed comparable to 18-Volt impact drivers and 1200 in. lbs. of torque
  • REDLITHIUM battery offers up to 4 times greater run time than standard lithium-ion packs
  • Part of the M12 system of 70+ tools
  • Includes a free M12 12-Volt Redlithium XC 6.0Ah extended capacity battery pack (48-11-2460)
  • Delivers up to 3X more runtime, 20% more power and 2X more life than standard lithium-ion batteries; the M12 REDLITHIUM XC 6.0 compact battery pack features superior pack construction, electronics and performance to deliver more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than any battery on the market


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Great deal with 3 batteries!
If I hadn't just bought the M18 fuel set around Christmas I would jump all over this. For most people the M12 will have plenty of runtime and power.
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This deal is available in store also. Just take both the kit and the XC6.0 battery to the cashier, they will take off the price for the battery. I just bought the deal in store.
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Is this better than the 18volts? Thanks
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Not necessarily better or worse.

12 is less powerful than 18 but a little more compact.
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Is this better than the 18volts? Thanks
It should all come down to what projects your going to do and how often it will get used. M18 will have higher runtime but it All depends on your needs
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It should all come down to what projects your going to do and how often it will get used. M18 will have higher runtime but it All depends on your needs
Thanks. I'm just working on my patio.
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while this m12 is fine, the money spent on this could be better put towards the much more versatile m18 version. It's probably close to the same price too...
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Had the regular M12 set for 2.5 years now and I've only had it tap out when I was trying to drill 1"+ holes through 20 year old 2x4s with a wood bit. And even then, my 18v brushless Ridgid hammerdrill had a hard time... Had to stop and start a lot. The M12 has blown be away so much, I think I'll pick this up just because I love them so much. Perfect size and weight. The impact is a beast... It's drove a 6" wood screw bolt all but half an inch into 20 year old fencing without a problem. The drill a bit weak, but not bad for the price. It was my first impact driver and it's amazing and perfect. No need to use my 18v Ridgid yet.
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Is this better than the 18volts? Thanks
I've got M12 fuel and M18 fuel. If you're diyer then stick to 18v stuff. If you do it routinely for work you probably have an 18v already, but the M12 fuel will meet most people's needs in small fastening and drilling.
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not a great deal considering the 18v Ridgid hammer drill + free tool for 179. also M12 have eBay deals every 2-3 month for drill & impact for less than 150
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These are the FUEL version which means brushless. Look at the specs and you'll see these 12v tools deliver 18v power. All the Hitachi tools and DeWalt tools I've had have had battery issues. None here. Pick up this kit.
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while this m12 is fine, the money spent on this could be better put towards the much more versatile m18 version. It's probably close to the same price too...
Not necessarily true, I own both the M12 and M18 fuel and very go for the 18 volt anymore. The M12 is very powerful and much more compact and lightweight than the 18 volt. Most tradesmen that I know that use their drills all day prefer the 12 volt over 18 now.
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I ordered the Bosch set from a few days ago. $135 from Amazon. how does this compare?
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Can I get $89 back if I return the extra battery? Was thinking about getting this and hackzall and returning one of the extra batteries.
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