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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.

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Anyone know if you can return the battery after to get this even lower? Already have dozens of batteries, and the local market places are flooded with stolen goods
Why do you think their stole? A lot of the items on eBay and OfferUp are doing what you might be doing, selling part of the set to lower the cost what they really want or they buy pallet of returns. That's why a lot of item listed are new but never been used aka open box.
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Why do you think their stole? A lot of the items on eBay and OfferUp are doing what you might be doing, selling part of the set to lower the cost what they really want or they buy pallet of returns. That's why a lot of item listed are new but never been used aka open box.
Yeah, I sell broken up kits all the time on CL. I've never done the return part of it thing since mostly bought online and also from different vendors. Plus, I have so many batteries and chargers I sell those too in bundles and can get a little more. That said, anytime I see a full kit that's new on CL I think it's probably stolen.
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Btw, just went to check this out at home Depot. I like it but forget about getting it in store, the TTI rep said everyone is looking for it. Probably to return the battery. Haha.
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Thanks for the reply. I will check out the Husky ratchet set and the Bosch Flexiclick.

Thanks for the response! I think another reason I am thinking of jumping is wanting to be in the 18v world again for no real reason, to be honest. I don't like that the circular saw isn't cutting decking boards as clean as I'd like with the m12 Fuel. I am not sure what people think of Bosch products in general but I liked how it felt in hand. Same with the Dewalt. Supposedly Bosch has some nice new battery system as well. The thick Milwaukee handles aren't the most comfortable.

Which Bosch tool are you referring to? The Flexiclick?
Yup. The current US version brushed Flexiclick
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OMG!! I am so confused now. There are so many deals coming for tools. I just bought the house and looking for some tools for specially driver and drill!! Is this the best one to start with?? Anyone can help me out here with my first ever tool???
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OMG!! I am so confused now. There are so many deals coming for tools. I just bought the house and looking for some tools for specially driver and drill!! Is this the best one to start with?? Anyone can help me out here with my first ever tool???
I am in the same boat.
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How much stronger are the fuel tools? For light use my non-fuel M12 set works fine but anything that needs a bit of oomph the drill fails. I was trying to put my RV stabilizers down and it just shuts down. I want a set I can be confident with in the shop or on the job site.
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I am in the same boat.
The M12 Fuel Drill and Driver set is also available at HD for 229 with an extra 6.0 battery. Either would be a good choice. Remember, the kit in this original posting has about 300 lbs of torque, while the driver in the M12 Fuel Combo has 1300 lbs of max rorque. Essentially, the Installation Drill/Driver (in this post) is great for drilling and driving small to medium screws. It is also a 3/8 inch chuck, compared to the 1/2 inch chuck in the M12 hammer drill in the Fuel Combo Kit. If you are planning to drive decking screws or 2 inch plus fasteners into wood I would look into the M12 Fuel Combo Kit that includes the drill and driver. I own that kit and plan on buying this for the added versatility. Hope this is helpful.
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The M12 Fuel Drill and Driver set is also available at HD for 229 with an extra 6.0 battery. Either would be a good choice. Remember, the kit in this original posting has about 300 lbs of torque, while the driver in the M12 Fuel Combo has 1300 lbs of max rorque. Essentially, the Installation Drill/Driver (in this post) is great for drilling and driving small to medium screws. It is also a 3/8 inch chuck, compared to the 1/2 inch chuck in the M12 hammer drill in the Fuel Combo Kit. If you are planning to drive decking screws or 2 inch plus fasteners into wood I would look into the M12 Fuel Combo Kit that includes the drill and driver. I own that kit and plan on buying this for the added versatility. Hope this is helpful.
Thanks!! So how this is different from
Bosch GSR12V-140FCB22 Cordless Electric Screwdriver Kit - 12V 5-In-1 Multi-Head Power Drill Set https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074GYX...WDbRND0VX9

I can see brushed and brush less !! What else??
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This seems like a blatant ripoff of the Festool CSX drill.
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I preordered this from Acme tools, bought bare tool. I've been using it for a month and I love the ergonomics, feel in hand. I haven't tried drilling long screws into aged hard wood, but seems perfect for a DIYer or someone who has rentals. Just take this and it replaces the need to grab a bunch of other tools everytime I get a call to fix something. I'm gonna buy another as a gift for a friend, but I'll probably keep that 6ah battery for myself.
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Thanks!! So how this is different from
Bosch GSR12V-140FCB22 Cordless Electric Screwdriver Kit - 12V 5-In-1 Multi-Head Power Drill Set https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074GYX...WDbRND0VX9 [amazon.com]

I can see brushed and brush less !! What else??
Bosch has 265 lbs of Torque vs. 300 for Milwaukee. Also, brushless has more overall power, less likely to wear out (i.e., no brushes to change) and battery will likely last a bit longer. As many have commented, Milwaukee M12 has a TON of tools in their ecosystem. If you only need a basic drill to keep in your drawer and you are not invested in a tool ecosystem, go with the Bosch. If you plan on adding multiple tools over time that use the M12 battery platform, go with the Milwaukee.
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OMG!! I am so confused now. There are so many deals coming for tools. I just bought the house and looking for some tools for specially driver and drill!! Is this the best one to start with?? Anyone can help me out here with my first ever tool???
I'd probably start with the drill/driver combo before this if starting out. There are tons of deals this time of year where you can get a drill/driver combo plus a free tool, in which case I'd look to add a circular saw
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I'm broke. God. I want this. Da mn.
I feel you. I'm only here to read the comments, knowing that my wife will kill me if I buy. Just last week, I was in the attic, trying to drill a hole at an impossible angle.
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