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Milwaukee M12 Fuel 1/2" Hammer Drill tool Only - fullfilled by Amazon - $49.79

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Milwaukee M12 hammer drill - brushless, 1/2" chuck, tool only.

Pretty decent deal if you need only the bare tool, it's very close to historical lows according to CCC.

https://amazon.com/dp/B00BYFNDTU/ref=olp_product_details?_encoding=UTF8&me= [amazon.com]
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This is a good deal if you don't want to shell out $100 for the Gen II version that was just released.
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Same here 62$
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Yeah me too.

I have this and use it way more than my 18V drill. Last time I use the 18V was to mix up some mortar.
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I had the gen 1 and was a really solid unit. In the end it wasn't small enough to justify both the m18 and m12 versions.
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What is CCC?
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Keepa shows the lowest Amazon prime price changed to $62.99 at 3:30pm Pacific time.
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Things do sell fast when they hit SD. I saw 2 sellers at $49.79 and $49.99 FBA (FSSS or Prime) soon after the deal was posted: "Used & new (31) from $49.79 & FREE shipping." Now it's "Used & new (29) from $56.97 + $5.99 shipping"

The 2nd generation M12 FUEL hammer drill is rated at the same 350 in lb of torque as its predecessor. For those who don't need the smaller size / better balance (or don't find it worth the $50+ premium), the 1st generation drill is still a good deal. I paid around the same price for the non-brushless version (also tool only) on eBay 1-2 years ago.
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Holding out for deals on the Gen II M12 models....

M12 Fuel model comparisons: Gen I vs Gen II
http://www.acmetools.com/blog/new...ess-tools/
(Basically Gen II is smaller (both height and width) and lighter with same power)

Video comparison [youtube.com]

These M12 tools make me wanna toss all of my Rockwell, Black and Decker and Ryobi drills!

I've read that people prefer impact over drills since it gives your more torque/usability.

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