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Bosch 12V Max Drill/Driver w/ Impact Driver + Batteries/Charge Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Bosch 12V Max Drill/Driver w/ Impact Driver + Batteries/Charge/Case Combo Kit (CLPK27-120) on sale for $99. Additionally, you may also save an extra $20 Off $100+ when you purchase select Bosch Tools [Info]. Shipping is free. Thanks dtandtan

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Includes
  • Bosch PS21 2-Speed Pocket Driver
  • Bosch PS41 Impact Driver
  • Bosch 12V Max-Lithium Ion Batteries
  • Bosch Charger
  • 2x Bosch Bits
  • 1x Bosch Jobsite Bag
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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit on sale for $99. Shipping is free

Additionally, there is a coupon for $20 when you spend $100 on select Bosch tools https://imgur.com/a/dhJJxqS

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Bit Holder - Cheapest item eligible https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-ITBHQC201-Impact-Change-Holder/dp/B06XYFXD56​ [amazon.com] Expired

10-Piece Assorted T-Shank Jig Saw Blade Set https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-10-P...B0000TZZVA

44 Piece Impact Tough Screwdriving Custom Case System Set https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Impa...B073HRZ86J

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If I was in the market I'd wait for a Milwaukee 12v set. That set has what seems to be a larger set of 12v tools that you could end up with instead of having to buy different systems down the road. Of all you need are the drill and driver this should be fine
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...bosch, ranks up there with black & decker and ford.
And you rank down there with hisense and Kia...
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No. I have this kit and I like it a lot small projects around the house but not really a contractor grade tool if that's what you need.
I have been using these Bosch 12v set as a contractor for 3 years. My 18v is covered in dust.
Get the Bosch 12v drill that has the Chuck. Getting these to is almost redundant.
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I use a bosch 12v impact daily for work. Rarely need my 18v anymore. Really depends what you are doing with it, but 12v is powerful enough for most applications.
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I posted the Lowes deal. Right now, you can get that set for $99-$20coupon-11%, if you're in the midwest....
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I have been using these Bosch 12v set as a contractor for 3 years. My 18v is covered in dust.
Get the Bosch 12v drill that has the Chuck. Getting these to is almost redundant.
Just out of curiosity, why do you prefer the one with the chuck? Is it so you can use classic round end drill bits?
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Just out of curiosity, why do you prefer the one with the chuck? Is it so you can use classic round end drill bits?

Exactly. Plus other things that are round. Sometimes you need to cut a machine screw. Put the threaded end into the drill chuck, spin it fast and hold a hacksaw blade to it.

It does everything the driver can do plus more. To me, a driver is pretty pointless. I own a driver, and occasionally use it, but id never buy another.
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Exactly. Plus other things that are round. Sometimes you need to cut a machine screw. Put the threaded end into the drill chuck, spin it fast and hold a hacksaw blade to it.

It does everything the driver can do plus more. To me, a driver is pretty pointless. I own a driver, and occasionally use it, but id never buy another.
Cool, repped. I feel the same way. I think of my driver like my second drill with more power but no clutch control. Main benefit is being able to switch quickly back and forth between drilling and driving but I could almost just do that with two drills.
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I posted the Lowes deal. Right now, you can get that set for $99-$20coupon-11%, if you're in the midwest....
I thought the Lowe's deal expired
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I posted the Lowes deal. Right now, you can get that set for $99-$20coupon-11%, if you're in the midwest....
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And you rank down there with hisense and Kia...
KIA has a 100K warranty
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This kit is one of the best. I use both drills daily for the past 2- 3 years now. I have built probably close to 2000 grills with this set and no sign of failure yet. Very small and light in the hand. 12v is plenty of power, the impact I've also used to build 1000s of wheelbarrows which require alot of power to tighten bolts and hold everything in place. Perfect for around the house, small projects and big. Having no chuck on drill driver was the selling point for me. Quick release on both is great and not as common.
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Wirecutter rates these as "the best for most people" so their review might be informative for those with questions.
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I picked up this one from Lowe's: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-...1000421943 the other day, pricematched to Amazon's newer Metabo branded one (still same model #) for $149 so not a bad deal. Couldn't get the Lowe's coupon generator to work.

Reason I bought it is to drill out a broken downpipe exhaust bolt which has been giving me a lot of problems. Vice-grips, heat, PB Blast have not worked. I don't want to even try removing the manifold because then I'll probably be dealing with even more snapped studs. My rinky dink Craftsman 12V wasn't going to cut it so I sprung for the Hitachi and some left handed drill bits.

I do a fair amount of automotive work with hand tools and I have a HB electric impact (kind of a beast though as far as fitting anywhere), I also do a fair amount of home improvement. Am I better off sticking with the Hitachi or returning and getting this instead? I'm guessing the 18V Hitachi will have more power but I'm honestly not sure it will fit in a lot of the cramped spaces on a car..
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