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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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Yes and No but depends on the use. Yes in a pinch you can screw something in with a impact driver but it has way more torque and you want to have a clutch to cut it off, Like the drill/driver will have, so you don't break smaller more delicate things like a light switch covers or outlet covers.

If you're not driving long screws or lag bolts you probably don't need this. Get a drill/driver or a plain cordless screw driver.
I don't have the 12V model but my 20V impact driver is so sensitive I drive all my screws in with it now. Barely touch my drill except for holesaws and masonry stuff. This little guy does everything else from little electrical box screws to long deck screws. Set it to 1 for light stuff and 2 for everything else. Haven't had to use it on number 3 mode yet but no it will not take off lug nuts.
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I got the 20v same price couple days ago
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$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt 3/8 impact wrench:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000981132

$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt Screwdriver:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-1...1000981106

$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt Drill:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1001009102

What I don't get is the purpose of the 3/8 inch impact wrench vs 1/4" hex impact driver. They both have the same torque. You can get a Hex to 3/8" square adapter.

I bought the Drill and Impact driver combo for $150. It's very nice. Very light weight and compact. Great ergonomics as others have already mentioned. I have alot of control over it.
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$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt 3/8 impact wrench:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000981132

$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt Screwdriver:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-1...1000981106

$99 Dewalt Xtreme 12-Volt Drill:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1001009102

What I don't get is the purpose of the 3/8 inch impact wrench vs 1/4" hex impact driver. They both have the same torque. You can get a Hex to 3/8" square adapter.

I bought the Drill and Impact driver combo for $150. It's very nice. Very light weight and compact. Great ergonomics as others have already mentioned. I have alot of control over it.
The added bit adds length to the impact. Also adding an extension you lose torque as opposed to it being directly into the impact.
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Just dumped all my 12v/20v Dewalt stuff for M12 Milwaukee during those recent deals. Very happy with my choice. The M12 Surge Impact Driver, Stubby and Ratchet are amazing. Got the Dewalts way back in like 2012 during a great liquidation at the time. I know these are a new style but after looking at them and the M12 it wasn't close. Coose carefully.
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DeWALT has great specs on their 12V gear, but not many tools so far (I count less than 6). We'll see if they expand it to have a lot of options like Milwaukee, which has 90 tools. Even Bosch has 16+ tools in their 12V line.

Otherwise you're investing into a system without a lot of expansion options.
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At least dewalt makes a significant number of tools in the USA. Milwaukee is essentially all overpriced Chinese crap.
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At least dewalt makes a significant number of tools in the USA. Milwaukee is essentially all overpriced Chinese crap.
DeWalt makes a very tiny percentage of their offerings in the USA and even those are put together with global materials. This "extreme" impact driver is definitely not one of them.

And while most Milwaukee products are made in China (as well as most DeWalt) they are far from crap with prices justified by their high quality
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I bought into the DeWalt 12 Volt Max system when it first came out. I loved (and still love) the tools I got (drill, impact driver, impact wrench, and reciprocating saw) and was eager for them to keep expanding the line, but they basically abandoned the 12 Volt Max line almost as quickly as they introduced it, which was really disappointing since I chose DeWalt over Milwaukee at the time and Milwaukee just kept expanding their 12 volt line.

While DeWalt's 12 volt tools are awesome (I rarely ever reach for my 18 volt stuff), I would recommend going the Milwaukee route due to their tool selection. Even though DeWalt has basically re-introduced their 12 volt line in brushless form, I wouldn't trust them to expand on it much more. Hopefully they do, but I'm not holding my breath.
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DeWalt makes a very tiny percentage of their offerings in the USA and even those are put together with global materials. This "extreme" impact driver is definitely not one of them.

And while most Milwaukee products are made in China (as well as most DeWalt) they are far from crap with prices justified by their high quality
Yep, the real thing is that DeWalt is the only mainstream US owned tool brand.All the others were bought out by the Chinese.

To add, we have a lot of Milwaukee Fuel tools at work. We replaced our Hilti tools with them. They are definitely not the same quality as Hilti. A few have had issues while our previous Hilti and pre-Hilti DeWalts were rock solid. I do like the Fuel line though but price =/= quality with them.
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At least dewalt makes a significant number of tools in the USA. Milwaukee is essentially all overpriced Chinese crap.
I'm a Dewalt fan but Milwaukee makes pretty comparable quality stuff.
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Not sure why anyone would go with this when you could get the Bosch 12v set for the same price or less. My Bosch set is used commercially daily and has changed my life
The Dewalt impact is brushless, smaller, lighter, and more powerful.
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How does this compare?

https://www.amazon.com/Makita-PH0...4GZP3V8063
That's a hammer drill, completely different tool.
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Almost posted this deal from mobile a few days ago
But didn't due to deal snobs who have infiltrated SD, whining about formatting, linking pics and blah blah blah.

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Great set, use a filler and $20 off $100 coupon
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