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Milwaukee M12 Fuel Brushless 4-in-1 3/8" Drill Driver Kit + Extra 6.0Ah Battery

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 Fuel Brushless 4-in-1 3/8" Drill Driver Kit + Extra XC 6.0Ah Battery for $229. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks BeaverSPT

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Includes:
  • Base tool
  • 3/8" Drill chuck head
  • Right angle head
  • Screwdriver head
  • Offset adapter head
  • M12 Charger
  • 2x M12 2.0Ah batteries
  • 1x M12 XC 6.0Ah battery
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Free XC 6.0 Battery is $99 on its own.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310729845
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So if I bought this for $229 and returned the $99 battery then I'm paying $129 for the tool?
nope.
the kit and the battery are both discounted, so you get back a prorated price.
look at post 4...
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According to this the batteries are ~$50 each

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../203630471
Not the same battery. Those are 3 AH batteries, the extra battery in this deal is the 6 AH battery. In fact those are the old large 3 AH batteries. The most compact 3 AH battery is the same size as the 2 AH batteries that come with the kit.
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Damn. I just had this delivered from Acme Tools for this price without the extra battery (but it was tax free). This is definitely a better deal.
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Not the same battery. Those are 3 AH batteries, the extra battery in this deal is the 6 AH battery. In fact those are the old large 3 AH batteries. The most compact 3 AH battery is the same size as the 2 AH batteries that come with the kit.
You are correct. My bad
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I wish I could trade my others for this single tool. I don't think it replaces an impact, but would for sure replace a drill, screwdriver and right angle. Which I have all 3 in the M12 line.
On the flipside, if this tool breaks or gets stolen you lose the function of 3 tools, where if my impact breaks/is stolen I can get by with my screwdriver and regular drill with a right angle attachment
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3/8 drill, 1/4 driver (not impact), 1/4 right angle drill, and that largely useless 1/4 offset head...
it's pretty limited honestly, especially with the 300in/lbs torque, not sure what the appeal is.
Then you are clearly not a woodworker.
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Wish this were an impact driver
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks pretty awesome.
I bought mine about a month ago. It's been indispensable during my kitchen remodel. I've used the right angle head to drill wiring holes in the top plates with spade bits where it would have been impossible to get a hole with a regular drill. I've used the offset head to install soft close dampers on my cabinets. I've also used it to install sheetrock screws as it has good speed, but also precise control. I could buy a drywall gun, but that's so specialized and I don't hang rock for a living.

I love the ergonomics of it. It's meant to be held like a drywall gun (in-line grip), so they put the FWD/REV selector on the top so you can access it with your thumb. Some people say they don't like that because they like the selector down by the trigger so it can be accessed with the index finger, but I've had one too many times where I've accidentally bumped that kind of selector. You're not going to accidentally bump the selector on this install driver.

I recommend using the XC batteries with it. You get more noticeable power and significantly longer run time.
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I'm broke. God. I want this. Da mn.
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Pretty neat if you're a cabinet installer or something similar, probably overly niche for a typical homeowner.
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I love the ergonomics of it. It's meant to be held like a drywall gun (in-line grip), so they put the FWD/REV selector on the top so you can access it with your thumb. Some people say they don't like that because they like the selector down by the trigger so it can be accessed with the index finger, but I've had one too many times where I've accidentally bumped that kind of selector. You're not going to accidentally bump the selector on this install driver.
That's my biggest gripe about the M12 fuel hammerdrill/impact - the fwd/rev selector is in a spot where I always seem to accidentally kick it out of forward or reverse all too often when adjusting my grip..
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That's one of my biggest gripes about the forward/reverse actuator on the M12 fuel hammerdrill/impact - it's in a spot where I always seem to accidentally kick it out of forward or reverse all too often..
agree on that, very easy to hit by accident on the M12 Fuel Impact/Hammerdrill... it's also a very soft press, which seems odd, i'd like a bit more for required. my Ridgid stuff, i've never once hit by accident, you have to wanna switch them.
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On the flipside, if this tool breaks or gets stolen you lose the function of 3 tools, where if my impact breaks/is stolen I can get by with my screwdriver and regular drill with a right angle attachment
On another flipside, 3 tools would've cost easily 3x$99 = $297. This if you returned the 6 Ah batt would cost you somewhere $160-170 see above post. The prices for 3 tools above might have been for brushed tool, this item is brushless, its the M12 Fuel. You need to provide better reasoning than losing 3 tools vs 1.

If someone who is a DIYer, this makes perfect sense, cheaper to buy 1 tool and batt.
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Pretty neat if you're a cabinet installer or something similar, probably overly niche for a typical homeowner.
Not really, maybe because you're comparing to the festool CXS of which this seems to be a copy of.

If you compare to the Bosch Flexiclick, this tool does the job of screwdriver, angle driver, offset driver for IKEA installs and/or other home diyers do short of building a deck or house. Hence the name is installation driver.

This and the Bosch is a boon to home diyer. I prefer the Bosch though since its much more compact without the C handle (that knuckle protector ). This allows you to work easily in more closet, under the cabinet type install where this tool really helps.

The Bosch Flexiclick, which is brushed model, can be had for cheaper, just a month ago it was as low as $119 with 2 batteries. I'm waiting for that same price or the brushless version which was launched this summer but hasn't reached the US yet.
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