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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

Few eligible items -

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

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0046ZRYPE
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does anyone have the flexiclick driver with the multiple heads? It's a shame it doesn't apply to the $20 promo, but it does seem to be the lowest price per ccc at $159.

https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Powe...B074GYX6XG
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I guess I don't see the point of two slightly different drivers in this kit. If it was a drill and a driver, I'd probably pull the trigger. Also looking at the drill only kit, but it is $139 before the 20 promo.
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If you are going to use these rarely (few times a year) and looking for immediate needs (no time to charge), I would recommend getting electric ones.
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I guess I don't see the point of two slightly different drivers in this kit. If it was a drill and a driver, I'd probably pull the trigger. Also looking at the drill only kit, but it is $139 before the 20 promo.
Two very different uses between these two, though I am not sold on having a 12v impact driver. For light drilling or driving, I have my 12v drill/driver, but for most drilling, I grab my 18v (all Milwaukee). If I'm driving something, I'll use my 18v impact because it has enough power for anything but is versatile enough for lighter applications, though it took some time to learn to avoid over-driving in soft material.

When you need an impact driver, though, the regular drill/driver just doesn't cut it. If you've never used an impact, be ready for an epiphany!
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not brushless, right?

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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

After having the Bosch set for years I recently bought the m12 Fuel (brushless) set having the same mindset as you guys:

1) I want brushless
2) 1 battery system

I discovered that all brushless tools are significantly heavier than their non brushless ones.
While this may not matter to some people... it matters to us quite a bit especially when having to do a lot of ceiling work.

We are contractors and bought/love the Bosch 12v sets for the simple reason that they are powerful and lightweight for what they do. Even with aftermarket expanded batteries on the 12v Bosch's, they are still pretty light and can take a beating when dropped.

Afaik, they were the first to make the smaller profile 12v. (They actually started with 11.5v then everyone was marketing as 12v. Just like Dewalt 20v are in fact just 18v)

Even with the new m12 fuels, I find myself still reaching for the Bosch. The impacts are really strong.

I do recommend getting the Lowe's kit that pairs an impact with the drill/chuck combo. Not a fan of the fast load non impact gun. The different battery system is not a deal breaker. The whole kit fits in the bag including charger and room for spare extended batteries. I'm not crazy about the 18v Bosch but the 12v are awesome.

They are more than "just around the house" tool but definitely not constant, high torque, applications. Get the right tool for the right job.
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Great deal op. I added a drill bit for $2.45 and it stacked the $20 off $100 for a total cost of around d $85 with tax.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01H0NVA6M
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After having the Bosch set for years I recently bought the m12 Fuel (brushless) set having the same mindset as you guys:

1) I want brushless
2) 1 battery system

I discovered that all brushless tools are significantly heavier than their non brushless ones.
While this may not matter to some people... it matters to us quite a bit especially when having to do a lot of ceiling work.

We are contractors and bought/love the Bosch 12v sets for the simple reason that they are powerful and lightweight for what they do. Even with aftermarket expanded batteries on the 12v Bosch's, they are still pretty light and can take a beating when dropped.

Afaik, they were the first to make the smaller profile 12v. (They actually started with 11.5v then everyone was marketing as 12v. Just like Dewalt 20v are in fact just 18v)

Even with the new m12 fuels, I find myself still reaching for the Bosch. The impacts are really strong.

I do recommend getting the Lowe's kit that pairs an impact with the drill/chuck combo. Not a fan of the fast load non impact gun. The different battery system is not a deal breaker. The whole kit fits in the bag including charger and room for spare extended batteries. I'm not crazy about the 18v Bosch but the 12v are awesome.

They are more than "just around the house" tool but definitely not constant, high torque, applications. Get the right tool for the right job.
What aftermarket hi capacity/extended batteries do you use?
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If you plan on doing alot of overhead work then you'll appreciate these. When I was building shelves in my garage i was wishing I got 12v drill/drivers instead but chose 18v only because of my other tools.
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does anyone have the flexiclick driver with the multiple heads? It's a shame it doesn't apply to the $20 promo, but it does seem to be the lowest price per ccc at $159.

https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Powe...B074GYX6XG [amazon.com]
That thing is so cool. I would like to know more about it as well.
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Can confirm many of the other comments, the 12v is plenty. Been using a 12v drill for years, intended to get an 18v a long time ago, but still haven't come across a job the 12v struggled with.
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in for a set. delivery by July seems way too long
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Wow I realized my Amex reward hasn't used yet.

Items:
$99.00
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
AmEx Promotion
-$29.27
Save on Bosch
-$19.51
Total Before Tax:
$50.22
Estimated Tax Collected:
$4.46
Order Total
$54.68
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I was at home depot, and they had the milwaukee 12v set with two batteries, including a drill and an impact driver, on sale for $99. I had a hd store credit so I picked one up, especially with a lot of people saying they recommend the milwaukee over this. Of course I like my blue tools, so I like bosch of course like makita. But for me I think a drill and a driver is a lot more useful. Just fyi.
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I have had these for a couple years now and I love them. One of the best purchase tool sets I have ever bought.
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