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Milwaukee M18 18V Hammer Drill / Impact Driver Kit + M18 Hackzall EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has Milwaukee M18 18V Brushless Cordless Hammer Drill / Impact Driver 2-Tool Combo Kit + M18 Hackzall (2799-22CXP) on sale for $229. Shipping is free or select store pickup if stock permits. Thanks tonymtdew
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Home Depot- https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../300833661 has an M18 Brushless kit with:

-1/2" hammer drill
-Impact Driver
-Hackzall
-2 Batteries (1 is extended size)
-Charger
-Carry Bag

$229, was $398 (42% Off)
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These are 20v without load and 18v under load, just like the brands that choose to promote their tools as 20v Max*. That little asterisk that all those companies use for their "20v Max*" tools refers to a bit of text something like this:

"*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20. Nominal voltage is 18."
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Oops- I should have checked for a repost
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how is this deal on fire and no comments...
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how is this deal on fire and no comments...
I don't know how I missed it, but it was a FP deal 11 days ago.
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that's a great fu%#*&g deal.
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Can anyone suggest if this is better than the ridgid 299 combo?

I personally find more uses with the sawzall than a circular saw.. but for Drill/Impact alone, is this better than ridgid ?
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Is there any reason to hold out for a 20v lithium ion drill?
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Bought this one two weeks ago, and been seeing the same deal again and again
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Is there any reason to hold out for a 20v lithium ion drill?
These are 20v without load and 18v under load, just like the brands that choose to promote their tools as 20v Max*. That little asterisk that all those companies use for their "20v Max*" tools refers to a bit of text something like this:
"*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20. Nominal voltage is 18."
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The hackzall doesn't appear to be the brushless model. Just an FYI.
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is this better or dewatt better ? Thanks
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is this better or dewatt better ? Thanks
They are both very capable tools and reliable brands. Some of my pro friends prefer Milwaukee.
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They are both very capable tools and reliable brands. Some of my pro friends prefer Milwaukee.
Agreed. I'm into the Milwaukee stuff myself but some prefer Dewalt as SBD is a fully American company with promises to reach 50% of production on shore. Milwaukee is fully Chinese manufactured and owned by *TTI out of Hong Kong. The competition has been good for consumers though.
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