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

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Home Depot 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 MemphisRaines
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Hammer Drill and Impact Combo:2799-22CXP Brushless but not Fuel Line
Hackzall: 2656-20 Brushed and Tool Only
REDLITHIUM XC 4.0Ah Battery: 48-11-1840
REDLITHIUM Compact 2.0Ah Battery: 48-11-1820
Multi-voltage Charger: 48-59-1812

Been waiting for this deal to come back. Looks to be active until the end of May.

Popped over to HD to see if they had all in stock and was hoping to not have to order online. They were out of the hackzall and the guy pulled up the deal online and was dumbfounded at the online price. In store just the 2799-22CXP was $270 but did come with 3rd battery instead of the hackzall. Still $41 more before tax.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../300833661
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If you buy in store, the Hackzall should be returnable for $69. Making the drill and driver kit $160.

Also, in locations with competing Menards stores, in-store purchases are eligible for an 11% rebate in the form of a gift card. https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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I love my hackzall. Didn't realize how awesome it was until I got one.
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Thanks for good info, including specifying brushless/brushed and non-FUEL.
(because people will always ask and complain no matter what.)
I have to say this is a nice deal for this combo especially if you are needing a start in the M18 system.
I already have the smaller M12(original) hackzall and it is incredibly handy. This comes with the M18 version and it's more powerful though a bit bulkier.. Both of these now have FUEL versions available (probably why this one is on a promo deal). But I'm sure this M18 saw will be fine for almost any use. I'm happy with the M12 non-FUEL Hackzall though I have to admit I just ordered a FUEL one on another Home Depot deal (free large battery) this week. Lots of good M12 and M18 deals going on at the moment. Happy shopping!

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Way better than M12 but also hideously overpriced.

Edit: Actually, with the extra tool and an extra large battery, might be worth it over the Ryobi 3 brushless tool for $130.

Edit 2: the hackzall is brushed and this is not the fuel line Frown
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What does "fuel" mean?
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If you buy in store, the Hackzall should be returnable for $69. Making the drill and driver kit $160.

Also, in locations with competing Menards stores, in-store purchases are eligible for an 11% rebate in the form of a gift card. https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
For $69, I'd say the hackzall is worth keeping. If nothing else, they're really nice to have paired with a 9" pruning blade for removing dead branches (up to ~6" in diameter). Plus, you never know when you might need to cut some shit and the hackzall cuts metal pretty well too (with the right blade).
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What does "fuel" mean?
"Fuel" is Milwaukee's moniker for their top of the line/premium models. Typically have better build quality and most importantly, brushless motors which makes them more powerful and more efficient.
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Never mind question answered in next post.
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Way better than M12 but also hideously overpriced.
Edit: Actually, with the extra tool and an extra large battery, might be worth it over the Ryobi 3 brushless tool for $130.
M12 is actually a great system for lighter-duty work. I've some since they started and have always been impressed by what the "little" guys can do. And by "little" I mean light to carry, small in a bag or toolbox, handy when you need them. I'd put a higher-end M12 drill up against a Ryboi 18V anytime.

And yes, agree with you that this deal with saw and large battery is worth it over a cheaper Ryobi.

(I don't hate Ryboi but it is what it is -- bargain stuff at bargain quality). I've had numerous Ryobi batteries die totally within 2 years. Still using M12 batteries I got 6 years ago and never had one fail.
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What does "fuel" mean?
Well basically it's "Marketing," but good marketing! It the higher-end line of the M12 and M18 tools. In general these are the newest and highest-powered Milwaukee battery tools with the most features and best technology. It basically means they have efficient, brushless motors (which use less battery power and generate higher torque), and often they have "smarter" computer controllers that manage the tool. Some even have Bluetooth connectivity so you can run an app on your phone and control the torque profile of your impact driver so it knows when the fastener is secure so it gets secure but not over-torqued.

Regarding the M12 line, as I said I love it for what it is. If you're cutting 6x6s or drilling 1/2" holes in Steel you probably want a larger tool. But for most tasks they are great. There is now an M12 Fuel Hackzall which I'm betting (order didn't arrive at local Home Depot yet) that I would be is roughly equal to the m18 non-Fuel version in this deal. But as a $69 value I'd say this M18 will be great for you if you need a Hackzall! (and even if didn't need one, you'd be glad to have one once you realize it can do most of what a big recipro saw can do in a much smaller and more convenient package!). Example: My brother-in-law was changing my exhaust system in my Jeep and I gave him a big M18 recipro and my little M12 Hackzall. He tried the big one and realized that the little Hackzall (and this was the old small M12 non-Fuel) was plenty powerful for cutting through exhaust pipes and much easier to handle in a small space.
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Quick question to be more definitive. Does anyone know what features specifically this lacks on the fuel model?
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If you have small palm trees or a landscaping business I would suggest not returning the hacksaw. That little tool can help you trim small palm trees fast!!
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I ordered this a couple of days ago (this price has been active for a couple of days) but I think I will cancel. I'm sure these are awesome tools for the pros but I went to Home Depot and saw how big and heavy they are. I fell in love with the Makita 18v sub compacts which are ridiculously small and light. I intend to use these for general home use and some light woodworking. I'll wait for the Makita to go back on sale.
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