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

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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.

Includes
  • 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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Is this the same performance level as Milwaukee M12 Fuel version?
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Supposedly better. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...-projects/

kicking myself for not waiting. I bought it for 99 from rockler last week.
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Supposedly better. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...-projects/

kicking myself for not waiting. I bought it for 99 from rockler last week.
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.
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$81.50 total with this $2.50 filler item [amazon.com](after $20 off in cart ($20 off $100)
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Supposedly better. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...-projects/ [thewirecutter.com]

kicking myself for not waiting. I bought it for 99 from rockler last week.
Given that i've never exhausted the batteries on a single job with my $99 M12 set, I cant say the upgrade is worth it but i suppose were i buying it again i would go with this instead
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Is this the same performance level as Milwaukee M12 Fuel version?
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Supposedly better. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...-projects/

kicking myself for not waiting. I bought it for 99 from rockler last week.
Same could have saved 20 bucks xD
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EVERYONE under 75 should own this kit
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Im about to pick up my set from lowes and then this showed up lol cmon SD!!!
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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....
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How is this compared to the Bosch CLPK27-120?
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I bought the CLPK27 kit for the same price, but it won't deliver for another week. Is the CLPK22 better? The only difference I see is that the CLPK22 kit has a chuck on the driver, am I missing something?
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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....
I dont think staying with SD will help you with that hehehe
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