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DeWALT Xtreme 12-Volt Max Brushless Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries

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Lowe's has DeWALT Xtreme 12-Volt Max Variable Speed Brushless Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries (DCF801F2) for $99. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks jagathSIUE

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  • DeWALT DCF801B 12V Max Brushless 1/4" Impact Driver
  • 2x DCB122 12V Max Batteries
  • DCB112 12V and 20V Max Charger
  • Belt Clip
  • Kit Bag
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Impact wrench and drill are also $99 each.
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https://quik-coupons.com/ $20 off a $100 at lowes $2.60
cost.... worked for me at home depot
Did it work in store or online chat?
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Really not that great of a deal when the set (drill and impact driver) is $200 normal price. I'd imagine if you need a impact driver you probably need a drill/driver as well.

I guess every tool has its place but i don't see the point in limiting yourself in the 12v dewalt line of tools when you could step up to the 20v and have the batteries for a wide range of tools for pretty much the same price.

If you really need the smaller profile/weight I'd go over to Milwaukee M12. They offer a full line of tools and generally on sale for around the same price and will have less limitations.

I'm sure dewalt will get there at some point but Milwaukee is there and has quality tools.
If normal price is $200 for the combo then this is a great deal as you can get this and the drill kit for another $100 and have 2 extra batteries, charger and bag. I also don't understand the love for Milwaukee 12v as their tools aren't compact at all.
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If normal price is $200 for the combo then this is a great deal as you can get this and the drill kit for another $100 and have 2 extra batteries, charger and bag. I also don't understand the love for Milwaukee 12v as their tools aren't compact at all.
Good point on the extra batteries. My only point is that its not worth investing in the dewalt 12v tool line because its not a full offering like the Milwaukee m12 line. That's if you are looking to have all compact tools.

You will have the extra batteries for this but unless you're on the job all day most batteries will last for weeks with just around the house use. Which i assume you'd want the compact for. So probably wouldn't need more than the 2. But better to have and not need than to need and not have.
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Good point on the extra batteries. My only point is that its not worth investing in the dewalt 12v tool line because its not a full offering like the Milwaukee m12 line. That's if you are looking to have all compact tools.

You will have the extra batteries for this but unless you're on the job all day most batteries will last for weeks with just around the house use. Which i assume you'd want the compact for. So probably wouldn't need more than the 2. But better to have and not need than to need and not have.
I was going to comment the same as he said but all your other points are valid and most people as myself are better off with the 20v line which can be had at the same pricing if you are patient/slick

Still waiting for a 3/8" 20v compact impact that has more powa. 883 is fine for now but overpriced
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Did it work in store or online chat?
They emailed me a code within minutes. I used it at home depot. I had no issues
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I still have my 2 drill kit I got for 2018 father's day. It had a 20v impact and 20v drill, 2 batteries, and charger; all for $150.

That being said, I don't see how this is much of a deal.
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I have this 12V drill and impact driver kit and a 20V 5-tool kit. For everyday household projects, the DeWalt 12V kit is my go-to tool. The ergonomic is above all other tools I have. Perfect size, and weight balance for my hands. I can hang the tool on my tool belt and don't feel like weighted down by an anchor. It has plenty of power for driving screws into deck or stud. BUT, it does not last as long as 18V or 20V drivers. For big jobs, I have my 20V kit. Over the weekend, I installed a TV mount with 4 lag screw into the wall studs. That's the kind of household jobs made for this kit.
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Any trouble screwing into studs or deck boards with the 12v?
Not really, its a little on the slower side, and starts getting hot with extended use as well as the battery not lasting. For extended use, the 20v is better
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Surprised they resisted calling it their 13v line 😄
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Surprised they resisted calling it their 13v line 😄
Technically, 12V is the inflated "Max" number.
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This would be perfect for someone who is getting ready to build a deck or a shed and has recruited a helper with no tools
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12V, that's cute.
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How would this do for driving 3" deck screws in wet wood? My old impact gave up the ghost, but I feel like a 12v impact doesn't make a ton of sense.
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