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DEWALT DCK211S2 12-Volt Max Drill/Driver / Impact Driver Combo Kit $89 @ Amazon

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$25 off is good for everyone, 15% off is actually for first time buy of tools only so most will not quality ....

YMMV since most will only get the $25
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I've had my eye on this for a long time. Seems like a good price.
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How good are they?
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How good are they?
They feel solid. Pleasure to use. Feels like the 12 volt Bosch in my opinion , but if you're already invested in the 20 volt Dewalt stuff, these use the same charger. The 20 volt drill and driver is overkill for a lot of little around the house jobs like hanging pictures, putting baby proof locks on cabinets. Stuff like that these are great for. I would use these for cabinet work when I care about detail.
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They feel solid. Pleasure to use. Feels like the 12 volt Bosch in my opinion , but if you're already invested in the 20 volt Dewalt stuff, these use the same charger. The 20 volt drill and driver is overkill for a lot of little around the house jobs like hanging pictures, putting baby proof locks on cabinets. Stuff like that these are great for. I would use these for cabinet work when I care about detail.
They look bigger than Bosch
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I never bought tools, but I don't see the coupon. I was about to buy this, but I am not sure if it's a good deal at $105 since I've seen 20V versions for under $150.
Would 12V be enough to drill holes on concrete walls? I used my plug in dewalt for that it was hell to drill since it is not an impact drill. If anyone figures out how to get the coupon, please let us know.
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ok, went into my wife's account, she doesn't have prime but it's still free shipping, and picked slow shipping got $5 credit for print book purchase.

Could someone who is eligible for coupons check if the coupon is showing up for this one:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IJ0A...B0044DEXPW
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I never bought tools, but I don't see the coupon. I was about to buy this, but I am not sure if it's a good deal at $105 since I've seen 20V versions for under $150.
Would 12V be enough to drill holes on concrete walls? I used my plug in dewalt for that it was hell to drill since it is not an impact drill. If anyone figures out how to get the coupon, please let us know.
You need hammer drill for concrete drill no matter of volt.
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The ergonomics of this set second to none... of course "feel" is a very subjective thing, so if you can, try out: Milwaukee 12v, Bosch 12v, Dewalt 12v, Makita 12v. You can't go wrong with any of those, but pick them up and see how they feel. The Dewalt 12v felt the best by far. Bosch if I remember correctly feels like it has a very fat and clumsy handle, but of course, that's MY "feel"

Awesome price, would recommend 100% and then some!
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The ergonomics of this set second to none... of course "feel" is a very subjective thing, so if you can, try out: Milwaukee 12v, Bosch 12v, Dewalt 12v, Makita 12v. You can't go wrong with any of those, but pick them up and see how they feel. The Dewalt 12v felt the best by far. Bosch if I remember correctly feels like it has a very fat and clumsy handle, but of course, that's MY "feel"

Awesome price, would recommend 100% and then some!
I've never held these sets, but the look similar to the Dewalt 20v and they are very comfortable, especially compared to my Milwaukee M12.

On a side note, why are these so big for a 12v?
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You need hammer drill for concrete drill no matter of volt.
Isn't Impact driver going to help with that? I am not drilling into rock, but old concrete or bricks.
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Isn't Impact driver going to help with that? I am not drilling into rock, but old concrete or bricks.
They're right - you need a hammer drill for concrete/masonry. I don't know for sure what an impact driver is for, but I've seen it used when a regular driver has issues screwing into certain types of wood
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They're right - you need a hammer drill for concrete/masonry. I don't know for sure what an impact driver is for, but I've seen it used when a regular driver has issues screwing into certain types of wood
I guess the impact driver is good for loosening nuts, lag bolts, and things like that. Instead of just trying to use a wrench or even drill, it's not easy for drill to loosen tight bolts because it will apply counter force to your arm, you need to be as strong as the bolt. With impact driver, it will just keep tapping just like hammer drill, maybe not as powerful, but I think we can still drill holes on things like walls etc with this impact driver.
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"The impact driver uses both bit rotation and concussive blows to power-drive screws through the thickest, densest woods." I guess we should of just Googled it
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