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The Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Max Combo Drill/Driver w/ Impact Driver + Batteries/Charge Kit $99.99

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The Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Max Combo Kit features advanced Lithium-ion technology for greater battery life and more run time, all in a lightweight package. The PS31 variable speed Drill/Driver weighs in at just 2 lbs. and has a head length of just 7'', making it ideal for overhead operations and tight spaces. The PS41 Impact Driver boasts a max torque of 930 in/lbs, weighs just over 2 lbs. and has a short head length of just 5.4''. The kit comes with two 12V Max 2.0 Ah batteries and a charger.
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Ideal for easy handling in overhead operations and tight spaces
Impact driver has three LEDs mounted around the head for help in low-light settings
Both drivers are lightweight, at just over two pounds
Powerful spring-loaded hammer-and-anvil impact driving system for high-torque fasteners with less fatigue

https://www.rockler.com/bosch-12v-max-2-tool-lithium-ion-cordless-combo-kit


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Note: This is $145 on Amazon and this is CLPK22 vs CLPK27 which is currently frontpage. The CLPK22 has a chuck and the CLPK27 does not.
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This set goes to $99 fairly regularly. Lowe's often times has it for $99.

That said, I have this set and really like it. It gets more use than my 18 volt Makita. Plenty of power. The impact drives about anything my 18v will other than some decent sized lag screws in which it is pretty slow at. Battery life is great too. Been waiting for the little Bosch 12v reciprocating saw to go on sale but never seems to.

Just a nice sized set for around the house and even some light duty commercial work.
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Nice find in for 1!
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Anyone would like to give their opinion which drill they recommend between this Bosch and this makita? Both have comparable specs

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../206106306
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Noob question:

12v vs 20v, would a similar 20v version be better? (the higher voltage, the better?)
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Anyone would like to give their opinion which drill they recommend between this Bosch and this makita? Both have comparable specs

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../206106306
I used Bosh 12 v as a nyc union Carpenter for last 3 years .It does 98 % of what I need to do ! And that's drill only !
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Noob question:

12v vs 20v, would a similar 20v version be better? (the higher voltage, the better?)
Some people prefer 12v tools for their more compact size and lighter weight. They will do the majority of what a DIY homeowner would need it for. 20v is more power but is overkill for most things but has its place, especially if you have a system of tools already using 20v due to the uniformity.
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Anyone would like to give their opinion which drill they recommend between this Bosch and this makita? Both have comparable specs

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../206106306
Check HD clearance. I swear I saw an 18V kit in store around $100. For light duty home stuff, I find that setting a drill on its foot(battery) much nicer than laying it on it's side.
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Check HD clearance. I swear I saw an 18V kit in store around $100. For light duty home stuff, I find that setting a drill on its foot(battery) much nicer than laying it on it's side.
I'll definitely check. I've only seen the 12v. But that is a good point i haven't thought about. Thank you!
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Got one, thank you OP. Just finished a garage project, could've used them. Next time I'll have them Smilie
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Good combo. Use these more than my 18v brushless stuff.
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I used Bosh 12 v as a nyc union Carpenter for last 3 years .It does 98 % of what I need to do ! And that's drill only !
I have had both, and still have the brushless 12v in both systems. Both are very good but the Bosch is the one I recommend. The drill has a better chuck, a better clutch, and offers better speed control with the trigger. It also has a little more torque which you can definitely feel. (The Makita spins faster, but that only shines when drilling hundreds of small holes or sending hundreds of small screws.)

Both impacts are similarly solid but the Bosch has the three lights which I like.

Also, it's nice that the Bosch has battery meters on each tool. My Makita 12v batts have meters, but the ones in this kit do not.

Only reason to go with the Makita in this case is if it's on sale or if you strongly prefer the slim handle. Still, can't go wrong with either.
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luke warm deal at best, there will be better deals for a good drill/driver set around father's day guaranteed
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Check HD clearance. I swear I saw an 18V kit in store around $100. For light duty home stuff, I find that setting a drill on its foot(battery) much nicer than laying it on it's side.
I do a lot of art installation and some finish carpentry. I train my crew to lay drills on their side. A drill standing up is much easier to kick over or knock off a table, which is a liability — it can and often does damage whatever it falls on besides the possibility of snapping drills.
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