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Home Depot B&M: Milwaukee M12 3 tool combo (non-fuel) $100 YMMV

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Last one in Bethesda, MD at the pro-desk. Desk people said it went on sale this morning and marked from $199 to $100. Online inventory doesn't synch with local inventory evidently.

3 useful M12 (non-fuel) tools, impact, drill, and hackzall. Great for harry homeowner or casual/light use.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../301888563
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Definitely going to look after work. Been wanting that hackzall.
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Nice if you can find one but as I've stated in other threads, the difference between the fuel hackzall and non is huge. The other tools you won't notice much if you're just a casual user but that you will.
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Definitely going to look after work. Been wanting that hackzall.
I have the fuel hackzall and it is quite nice. Unless you are doing demolition, how often do you really need a big heavy 2 handed beast of a sawzall?

The hackzall is one handed light and powerful enough for probably most of your sawzalling needs, as long as you are not demoing a room or something like that.

One thing I heard about the non fuel version is that it can vibrate and kick a good bit in your hand, so you may want to consider the fuel version.
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Of course the Fuel Hackzall is better, but the bare tool also costs more than this complete set. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../205145401

Keep in mind that online pricing and availability are rarely accurate for Home Depot clearance deals and don't forget the 11% rebate for in-store purchases at some locations. https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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This is a great deal! I already have multiples due to prior deals and will agree with others that the Fuel Hackzall is far superior to the non-Fuel, but for casual users who might use it once or twice a year, probably not a big enough difference to pass on this deal.
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Nice if you can find one but as I've stated in other threads, the difference between the fuel hackzall and non is huge. The other tools you won't notice much if you're just a casual user but that you will.
Agreed! I rarely use my Milwaukee M12 Non Fuel Sawzall as it is slow. Traditionally grab my Dewalt 20v which is night and day and now I have just obtained a portable band saw that cuts like butter!
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Lol. Ridiculous statement. Twice a year. I have harbor freight tools, watch are definitely lower quality than this and I use them daily.
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Can any of these be used to drill into stainless steel or masonry? 12 volt doesn't seem powerful enough
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Fuel hacksaw is larger in overall size. Just fyi for those working in tight areas
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Not sure how accurate this will be with Home Depot but for reference purposes:

http://brickseek.com/home-depot-i...=301888563
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Definitely going to look after work. Been wanting that hackzall.
Haven't heard good things about the non fuel m12.
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Just got deliver of the Gen 2 Fuel hammer drill and impact driver and the Fuel hackzall. Used them all day yesterday and they are amazing. But they came to 3 times the price with some bigger batteries.
But for 100 dollars this is a great kit. Even if you have 18v tools for 100 dollars this is a nice addition.
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Not sure how accurate this will be with Home Depot but for reference purposes:

http://brickseek.com/home-depot-i...=301888563 [brickseek.com]
Very inaccurate. If you trust online information for Home Depot clearance deals, you will often be leaving it on the shelf for someone who actually goes to the store to look for it.
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Nice if you can find one but as I've stated in other threads, the difference between the fuel hackzall and non is huge. The other tools you won't notice much if you're just a casual user but that you will.
Agree 110%. I have both versions (fuel and non-fuel) of drill/driver, impact driver and hackzall. I usually grab the non-fuel drill/driver and impact. Lighter, more compact and they will work for 99% of jobs. But not even sure where my non-fuel hackzall is, couldn't care less really, since I got the fuel version of that non-fuel is obsolete. It's just a much better tool, albeit more pricey.
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