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New Hilti 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rotary Impact Driver/Impact Driver/Drill Driver Combo Kit with CA-B12 Adapter (3-Tool) $239.99

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Kit includes a drill driver, rotary driver and an impact driver
Attached belt hooks allow for quick and secure storage
Ergonomic style promotes comfortable long-term use
Model #: 3536731
Internet #: 207131832
The new Hilti 12-Volt Cordless line is loaded with plenty of big features in a compact tool and is designed to help you get the job done faster. Each of the new 12-Volt tools features 2 ultra-bright LEDs that are positioned on the base of the tool to allow for optimum illumination of the base material. It also comes complete with State-of-Charge indicators on the battery, so you will always know the amount of charge left to complete your work. Each of the features combined with outstanding ergonomics makes this the tool of choice of professionals who work in areas where space is limited and where control is critical.
Hilti 12-Volt CPC lithium-ion batteries have an LED indicator on the batteries to show the current state of charge
Advanced Hilti 12-Volt CPC lithium-ion batteries allow for increased productivity and more work per charge


Looks to be good these never go on sale
Outstanding ergonomics due to the slide style battery connection
Belt hook included
Hilti has a lower cost of ownership with no-cost coverage for up to 2 years including battery replacements (Hilti lifetime service)
Package includes 1-SF 2H-A tool body, 1-SFD 2-A tool body, 1-SID 2-A tool body, 2 B 12/2.6 batteries, 1-CA-B12 charging adapter, 1 soft bag, 3 belt hooks
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Sick kit! I've owned for a little while now. Local Hilti store threw them up at $225 and I had to bite (I wanted the screwdriver).

They're a bit weak. Obviously the screwdriver is weak but that's why I like it. It won't get you in trouble. The drill is weak when it comes to metal but I know that as well. The impact is the ticket. Toss a 1/4 or 3/8 drive on and it's perfect for nearly anything up to 15mm.

Also hilti will warranty for 4-5 years I think if you register product with them. That'd be a good idea to do after purchase. I believe that's on drills, batteries, and charger
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decent in for 1!!
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You would be absolutely nuts to buy this over any of the Milwaukee M12 deals home Depot has going on right now....
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You would be absolutely nuts to buy this over any of the Milwaukee M12 deals home Depot has going on right now....
Why? I'm debating my buying one myself. I've had my eyes on the regular drill from Milwaukee but won't need more than a drill set and I think this is superior I could even sell one to make up for the total cost. Am I missing something?
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Dewalt, milwaukee, and makita are the 3 top brands to go with. Everything else like this are jus overpriced, dont have as many tools, and are behind whenever new innovations and features come along. Your paying for the name and to be different
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Dewalt, milwaukee, and makita are the 3 top brands to go with. Everything else like this are jus overpriced, dont have as many tools, and are behind whenever new innovations and features come along. Your paying for the name and to be different
Hilti is known for quality far beyond the consumer names listed. Hilti is the Snap-On of power tools.
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Right lol those 3 brands are king of the big box stores while the Germans own the quality. Hilti, Fein, Metabo are on an entirely different playing field. The products almost cannot even be compared unless you dive down to internals. Sure, the big 3 box brands can give better deals and innovate their products more as they sell more. Those big box guys can also push promotion deals for combo kits easier than the German guys. End of day, what you buy should strictly be defined by what you do / need. No need to buy Hilti if you aren't going to beat the shit and depend on it to work
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Right lol those 3 brands are king of the big box stores while the Germans own the quality. Hilti, Fein, Metabo are on an entirely different playing field. The products almost cannot even be compared unless you dive down to internals. Sure, the big 3 box brands can give better deals and innovate their products more as they sell more. Those big box guys can also push promotion deals for combo kits easier than the German guys. End of day, what you buy should strictly be defined by what you do / need. No need to buy Hilti if you aren't going to beat the shit and depend on it to work
They're regularly compared and always fall significantly behind. You're paying for a name, and yes quality craftsmanship. But if you want to compare performance find me a single review where Hilti didn't come in the bottom 50% of the field and I'll eat my hat. Of course barring combihammers/concrete tools where they do absolutely compete.

You buy Hilti for a 20 year warranty and their service plan with fleet options. Not because their tools are better, they flat out aren't.

These days a high end Milwaukee or Makita tool is built just as well and will last just as long. If you've got a service center local there isn't any real difference other than a better price and a higher performance tool.
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Right lol those 3 brands are king of the big box stores while the Germans own the quality. Hilti, Fein, Metabo are on an entirely different playing field. The products almost cannot even be compared unless you dive down to internals. Sure, the big 3 box brands can give better deals and innovate their products more as they sell more. Those big box guys can also push promotion deals for combo kits easier than the German guys. End of day, what you buy should strictly be defined by what you do / need. No need to buy Hilti if you aren't going to beat the shit and depend on it to work
Ive dropped my dewalt dcf887 3 times and my drill dcd996 once from about 15 to 20 ft up and both tools work perfectly fine and nothing is cracked or broken. Quality seems fine to me and at a good price. And the performance is fantastic on both these tools
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Dewalt, milwaukee, and makita are the 3 top brands to go with. Everything else like this are jus overpriced, dont have as many tools, and are behind whenever new innovations and features come along. Your paying for the name and to be different
So the likes of Mafell, Festool, Fein, Hilti etc. are just overpriced and behind on new innovations/features? LOL
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So the likes of Mafell, Festool, Fein, Hilti etc. are just overpriced and behind on new innovations/features? LOL
Some of those, including the H, yes. Basically yes.
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Hilti is known for quality far beyond the consumer names listed. Hilti is the Snap-On of power tools.
Not even close. Maybe in their PAT and Gas but in battery powered, not even close.
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Hilti is great. I have sawsall with a drop motor, the model isn't being produced anymore but it runs circles around Milwaukee or any other I've tried.

The cordless stuff is top shelf too. However i would still prefer cyan red or yellow just because replacing batteries and expanding the line would be so much easier.
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You would be absolutely nuts to buy this over any of the Milwaukee M12 deals home Depot has going on right now....
Exactly! If i didnt already have the regular m12 kit. I'd get this. The right angel drill is more useful than that second screw gun.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../205044699
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