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Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Max Li-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit + $2.45 Bosch "Filler item" for $101.45 - $20 automatic discount at checkout = $81.45. Shipping is free. Thanks hyg

Note: The Bosch Filler Item is needed to bring total to $100 (for the $20 off at checkout to apply). Usually ships within 1 to 2 months.

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  • Bosch PS31 12V Max 3/8" Drill/Driver
  • Bosch PS41 12V Max Impact Driver
  • 2x Bosch BAT414 12V MAX Li-Ion 2.0Ah Batteries
  • Bosch BC330 12V Li-Ion Battery Charger
  • Carrying Bag
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Amazon has the Bosch Power Tools Combo Kit CLPK22-120 for $99.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005GT0IWK
you can also add a small Bosch item (to make it over $100) to take another $20 off.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/promotion/A3IO7XQI19YGS3​ [amazon.com]
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Yeah, I committed to Ryobi too. So many different bare tools you can use the batteries with and everything I've gotten has been cheap and worked well.

Ryobi 18v drill/driver kit is on sale for $99:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../207092155 [homedepot.com]
Hey guys check this out:
https://hackaday.com/2018/02/20/c...ry-family/

So I am wondering if there are SOME, maybe not ALL brands that you can hack and share batteries. depending on where circuitry control is, etc. But this is potential a big deal if you a willing to DIY you could save some serious cash and not have to stick to one line of tools for everything.
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That isn't the Fuel version in the wirecutter review. The Bosch is definitely a top drill but the brushless drills are significantly better. I own both and the M12 Fuel is more powerful but I still prefer using my Bosch for light duty work.

You should look at the Lowes deal if you're interested in this. You can get $20 off by using a coupon for $20 off $100 and adding a filler item. It was posted yesterday.
This is correct
Bosch outstanding deal get it...want to put a lag in the stud, wont do it...milwaukee 12 impact will....
Bosch feels good for driving
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I removed parenthesis. Now the links should work.
The fillers need to be Qualifying Items from Bosch.

Just delete your post rather than adding to the misinformation in this thread.
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Yeah, I committed to Ryobi too. So many different bare tools you can use the batteries with and everything I've gotten has been cheap and worked well.

Ryobi 18v drill/driver kit is on sale for $99:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../207092155
That's not a good deal on Ryobi tools.
That 'Special Buy' kit's been available since Black Friday and HD still can't get rid of them. Too much money for bottom of the Ryobi-barrel tools and batteries. If it drops to like $60ish, then maybe...
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I've bought too many slickdeals on tools that it kind of has bit me in the ass. My 18v line is all Ryobi for better or for worse....

I've pulled the trigger on 12v slickdeals on Craftsman, Rigid, Milwaukee, and Bosch. I would really just like to get down to 1 line of tools....
No to mention the numerous batteries laying around. I'm sticking with only Milwaukee after buying different tools/manufacturers.
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Is there an equivalent brushless kit out there like this (drill and impact driver) for a similar price as this?
They may have brushes but mine are still running fine after years of commercial use and now home use. I mean everyday heavy use 8 to 10 hours a day. I'd guesstimate that you would get 20 to 30 years out of them if you are going to use them for homeowner use
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I purchased this set about a year ago off a deal listed here for $76. All I can say is just buy it. Holds a charge for a very long time, power to do most any job, and very well made. No regrets at all and not a second thought to buy again if I had too
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They may have brushes but mine are still running fine after years of commercial use and now home use. I mean everyday heavy use 8 to 10 hours a day. I'd guesstimate that you would get 20 to 30 years out of them if you are going to use them for homeowner use
Closest is the deal at Home depot where you buy the m12 fuel kit and get a free ratchet. Buy everything for $200 and thw returned ratchet will give you $75 back. So $125 pretax for brushless tools
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Cool! Good thing I held back last time this was up. Was also able to tack on the amex 30 off 60 that I signed up some time ago as well for 54 bucks OTD!
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This drill has a 3/8" three jaw chuck which will grab any shape drive or drill bit up to 3/8" shank diameter.

The driver has a 1/4" hex chuck and will only accept 1/4" hex shank bits.

Brand doesn't matter as drilling and driving bits are universal fit. Just about anything you'll find at the home centers (or on slickdeals) will fit (except for larger drill bits that may have too large of a shank).
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Ok I'm gonna see if I can use Citi 10% off offer.
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Been waiting for a deal on this drill.
In for one.
I coupled it with this [amazon.com] 34 piece drive/drill bit set ($9.99) to get the discount.
Not as cheap as a single ~$2.50 piece like OP as suggested, but it's a decent little bit set if you need stuff to get started (like I do).
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How thick is the Bosch grip compared to the M12?
Depends on how big your hands are it might not matter.

I personally feel the Bosch does have a better grip

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Is there an equivalent brushless kit out there like this (drill and impact driver) for a similar price as this?
If you are diehard about brushless the Milwaukee m12 Fuel line is biggest bang for the buck.

I have both sets (The m12 Fuel and this set)... As much as I love the Fuel the Bosch has been my goto for many things base on the following:

- Very light and powerful for their size
- Have used these for most ceiling work that requires screwing, like drywall, hanging lights etc etc..
- Used for working on cars, hard to reach areas, and upside down things that require raising your hand above your head for extended periods of time
- Dropped them many times and have outlasted all my 18v tools, including high end Hilti's

Despite not being brushless, the Bosch set I have had for 3+ years and gets used almost daily. I'm trying to use the FUEL m12s more but they are heavier due to brushless motors (regular m12s are also lighter).

For roughly $90, you will love having this set around. I plan on buying another set to leave in our the wife's car in case we go out somewhere and I don't have or forgot to bring tools.

Repeat after me... not being brushless is not a dealbreaker.... lol
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If you have a discover card with points to pay with, you can save an extra $10. 99 + 1.5 - 20 -10 = 71.50 plus tax.
How does this work?
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If you own or rent a home, you should have this set. I use the drill weekly (cleaning the shower and tubs with a brush, tightening screws, etc). Probably the best money I've ever spent on tools.
What attachment do you use to clean? Can you show me a link?
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