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personally i put milwaukee above makita and since you typically choose a battery system, milwaukee fuel wins. you can probably compare the two and even dewalt when it comes to drills & drivers but sawsalls, circular saws, and without question impact wrenches, milwaukee is in a league of their own.
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It really depends on how much DIY you plan on doing. I have both M18 and M12, and if you're only planning light work like picture hanging and fixtures, then the M12 line is perfect -- lightweight, cheaper, but still with good battery life and power. That may be a good place to start for you, and then you can "graduate" to the M18 if you decide that you need the greater power and tool choice.

Even though I have the M18s, I still grab the M12 driver more often than not because it's just so much easier to handle and provides enough power for most of the things that I do. When I have to drive a lag bolt or a deck screw, I do appreciate the M18, and the M12 line simply doesn't have a 7 1/4" circular saw, portable shop vac, or a cordless blower.

As for waiting...???? BF typically has some great tool deals, but I haven't been following the kit pricing recently to know when the best deals occur. My impression is that there are usually good kit deals for BF, which is why I'm typically disappointed when looking for individual tools. Check the 2018 BF ads to see what was offered.
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Looks like a good price to me.

The 2696-26 M18 Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit includes the M18 1/2 in. Hammer Drill / Driver (2607-20), M18 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver (2656-20), M18; Sawzall Recip Saw (2621-20), M18 6 in. Circular Saw (2630-20), M18 4-1/2 in. Cut-off / Grinder (2680-20) and M18 Work Light (2735-20). The M18 Cordless LITHIUM-ION System's patented technologies and electronics, innovative motor design, and superior ergonomics provide the most efficient blend of power, weight and performance in the industry. Powered by redlithium the M18 cordless system delivers more torque, more power, and longer run-time than the competition. Includes free M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion XC 5.0 Ah Extended Capacity Battery (48-11-1850).
M18 cordless 1/2 in. hammer drill/driver with Milwaukee 4-pole frameless motor delivers 525 in./lbs. of peak torque; 0-550/0-1700 RPM and 29,000 BPM
M18 cordless Sawzall reciprocating saw has a patented gear-protecting clutch and counter balance mechanism
M18 cordless 6-1/2 in. circular saw delivers 3500 RPM and has magnesium upper and lower guards for maximum durability
M18 1/4 in. hex impact driver with the Milwaukee 4-pole frameless motor delivers 1400 in./lbs. of torque; M18 cordless 4-1/2 in. cut-off grinder has 4-pole motor that delivers 9000 RPM
Includes: M18 cordless lithium-ion 1/2 in. hammer drill/driver (2607-20), M18 Sawzall reciprocating saw (2621-20), M18 cordless lithium-ion 6-1/2 in. circular saw (2630-20), M18 1/4 in. hex compact impact driver (2656-20), M18 cordless lithium-ion 4-1/2 in. cut-off/grinder (2680-20), 2 M18 redlithium XC extended capacity batteries (48-11-1828), M18 and M12 multi-voltage charger (48-59-1812), M18 work light (2735-20) and contractor bag
Milwaukee 4-1/2 in. cut-off/grinder (2680-20) delivers maximum power when cutting or grinding; the 2680-20 is the only cordless cut-off grinder in the market to provide the user-preferred paddle switch for comfort and ease-of use when operating in various positions
M18 cordless 4-1/2 in. cut-off grinder has 4-pole motor that delivers 9000 RPM
5-year manufacturer warranty on tools; 3 year manufacturer warranty on M18 batteries
Milwaukee M18 cordless LED work light (2735-20) lasts 600X longer than conventional incandescent bulbs; powered by the M18 redlithium battery, it runs up to 4X longer on a single charge
Includes free M18 18-Volt lithium-ion XC 5.0Ah extended capacity battery (48-11-1850)

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Really hot deal on the Fuel grinder and battery set - $154 is a great price. In for 1. Thanks op!!
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I'm always tempted when the table saw drops under 450. The battery is ideal I think for a city dweller like me who probably needs to setup outside often.
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Worth the $40 premium for the Makita kit over that Milwaukee kit thats $409 IMO. Some good buys to be had here.
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I'm waiting for a good deal on the high torque impact
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I'm waiting for a good deal on the high torque impact
I got super lucky at lowes last week and got a brushless dewalt 1/2 for only $75 on clearance last week.
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I got super lucky at lowes last week and got a brushless dewalt 1/2 for only $75 on clearance last week.
Oh wow that's great!
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Home Depot has a 3 pack kit on sale for $69. The router in this kit normally sells for $69 alone. It is like buying the router and getting the sander and glue gun for free.

Great Combo Kit for DIY and to expand your ONE+ Collection
Includes: Trim Router, 1/4 Sheet Sander, and Glue Gun
World's Largest 18-Volt Tool System


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302079335
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wow great deal on the 6 pc. im tempted to buy it and sell off everything but circular saw + sawsall
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.um ok... Both kits have the same tools and one is from a better more reliable brand. Maybe you missed the imo part.
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.um ok... Both kits have the same tools and one is from a better more reliable brand. Maybe you missed the imo part.
'Fanboyism' without justification has no value. Where's your evidence that Makita is a "better" or "more reliable" brand than Milwaukee? By my reckoning, they're both among the creme of the crop.

If you were to compare some of the merits, e.g. if one set were brushless where the others aren't, or one of the manufacturers has stuck to and has committed to stick to a given battery platform rather than make all your tools obsolete after a few years - that's the kind of input that has value.
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'Fanboyism' without justification has no value. Where's your evidence that Makita is a "better" or "more reliable" brand than Milwaukee? By my reckoning, they're both among the creme of the crop.

If you were to compare some of the merits, e.g. if one set were brushless where the others aren't, or one of the manufacturers has stuck to and has committed to stick to a given battery platform rather than make all your tools obsolete after a few years - that's the kind of input that has value.
No "fanboyism" here, I own tools from basically every major brand and in my life of experience Mikata tools tend to be by far the longest lasting most reliable of all my tools. There is nothing at all wrong with Milwaukee, I put them right behind Mikata when it comes to the big 3 but my experience tells me they are in fact #2.
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