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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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Newbie question: I have Craftman NEXTEC 12v driver and impact drill. Very similar set. Should I upgrade to this Bosch ?
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Bought a kit and filler. Have Roby ki 18V but wanted the 12V also.
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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.
I appreciate the feedback. I personally have all DeWalt 20v but if I buy a 12v I'll do Milwaukee (probably not fuel) just for smaller tools and great lineup
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I have been using the 10.8v version of these for years and they are awesone for small projects around the house. Also compatible with new 12v batteries. Thinking about selling the old set off and buying this.
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in for 1. now i just need to find a deal on drill bits. look ma! im becoming a real adult!
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Why would anyone need two drills?
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Why would anyone need two drills?
one is an impact.
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How difficult is to change out brush when it wears down? Or do you just toss it and get a new one?
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they need to stop calling a drill a driver, hammer drill...they're shit for any task other than drilling.
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How difficult is to change out brush when it wears down? Or do you just toss it and get a new one?
I've had a drill and driver for over 8 years haven't changed it and I've had other brush tools that close to 20 years but I hardly use those. The drill and drive i've use about 3 times a week on avg.
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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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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.
Absolutely wrong. This is about as contractor grade as you can get. The tools themselves are just about indestructible and the batteries have had more longevity than I have gotten out of any other brand. Used one in my contracting business for about ten years, stressed and abused it horribly and the thing is still know ready at home to go when I need it. I even have a couple of batteries that are still going after ten or more years of pretty heavy use. I don't quite know why you would consider that type of durability to not be contractor grade I can say as a contractor is one one of the my best purchases and ended up being one of my most used tools. It's not the drill to be building decks with but I can tell you as a home improvement contractor that this impact driver was in my hand about 80% of the time on the job and my larger drills were what I would consider my specialty tools. Smart contractors know what is the right tool for the job. Trying to put on a lockset, set of hinges or put together a cabinet with a heavy, clunky tiresome, and overpowered tool that is not the right tool for the job is just silly. Contractor grade does not always equate to needing big and heavy tools, It depends on what you are doing but I do know these drill are used in production environments which can be even more demanding than contracting work and they get rave reviews for holding up to the abuse.
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they need to stop calling a drill a driver, hammer drill...they're shit for any task other than drilling.
This is a drill/driver and impact driver kit. No where is called a hammer drill. An impact driver is designed specifically for and works wonderfully for driving fasteners. The drill also does work well for driving and it is sometimes the better tool for driving smaller and finer screws and fasteners. Hence the drill/driver designation. Nothing deceptive or wrong about the description at all.
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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.
I use the Milwaukee at my new job and it is not even in the same ballpark with the Bosch. Power and battery just are not there. I'm doing service work with multiple stops a day and many times I don't even need the driver but will find it dead after a couple of uses. Seems the Milwaukee batteries self discharge somewhat and just will not even make it through a moderate couple of hours of use before needing recharging. Compared to the Bosch which would sometimes get through a week of much heavier use without needing a charge. Same with the power I used to overtax the Bosch and drive three inch drywall and even lags and while sure not ideal or fast at the job it would do it when need be, I have the Milwaukee just die and refuse to drive much more modest screws. Has some kind of electronics that just kicks it off at some point well before what the Bosch could handle.
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This is a drill/driver and impact driver kit. No where is called a hammer drill. An impact driver is designed specifically for and works wonderfully for driving fasteners. The drill also does work well for driving and it is sometimes the better tool for driving smaller and finer screws and fasteners. Hence the drill/driver designation. Nothing deceptive or wrong about the description at all.
If i have the impact, do i still need the drill?
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