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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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Is this a good drill to work on your car? I need a drill to remove the lug nuts and other bolts for changing brakes, fluids, etc.

If this is not a good drill for working on your car, what is?
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Is this a good drill to work on your car? I need a drill to remove the lug nuts and other bolts for changing brakes, fluids, etc.

If this is not a good drill for working on your car, what is?
You should probably be looking at an impact wrench
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Get Bosch flexiclick for $100 at BF. Even now only $140.
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So I live in complete nescience unfortunately with tools due to 3 older brothers who were given all handy tasks. I only recently learned about the difference of various drills and drivers and would like to invest in a decent tool for that will last me years. I have heard good things about Milwaukee.

Would this be the set to get for basic home tasks and possibly grow into more complex projects? I would like to start getting some proficiency so I appreciate any recommendations you all might have.
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So I live in complete nescience unfortunately with tools due to 3 older brothers who were given all handy tasks. I only recently learned about the difference of various drills and drivers and would like to invest in a decent tool for that will last me years. I have heard good things about Milwaukee.

Would this be the set to get for basic home tasks and possibly grow into more complex projects? I would like to start getting some proficiency so I appreciate any recommendations you all might have.
Depending on what home project. Hang a picture or install deck ?
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Good deal! I ordered one.
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Depending on what home project. Hang a picture or install deck ?
Definitely not capable of installing a deck at this point, but would like to hang curtains, pictures and install a tv mount. That type of stuff.
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Definitely not capable of installing a deck at this point, but would like to hang curtains, pictures and install a tv mount. That type of stuff.
Not sure about TV mount. But 12v tools are enough for curtains and pictures. 18v tools are heavy. You need an impact driver in addition to drill driver. I like Milwaukee or Bosch. You also need good brand screws.
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So I live in complete nescience unfortunately with tools due to 3 older brothers who were given all handy tasks. I only recently learned about the difference of various drills and drivers and would like to invest in a decent tool for that will last me years. I have heard good things about Milwaukee.

Would this be the set to get for basic home tasks and possibly grow into more complex projects? I would like to start getting some proficiency so I appreciate any recommendations you all might have.
no, buy the 12V Fuel Impact/Hammer Drill. you'll have far more versatility and they'll be useful forever, with gobs of power for when you need to drive a lag bolt, drill with a larger chuck, mount a box on your block wall outside.
far more normal homeowner uses than this product.
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Definitely not capable of installing a deck at this point, but would like to hang curtains, pictures and install a tv mount. That type of stuff.
mount a TV? no, not really.
most people aren't going to drive a lag with a driver, they'll want an impact for that... personally, i drill a pilot hole, use the impact to drive the lag in most of the way, then use a 3/8 ratchet to tighten properly since there's no tactile feel at all with an impact driver and visibility is minimal with a socket.
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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.
Raise your hand if you've ever had to change brushes in a non-brushless tool. I see one, oh there's two, of you out of hundreds....

You would have to use a brushed tool for several hours a day every single day for many years to wear out its brushes so for most people a set of brushes is good for their lifetime.

There are many other reasons to go brushless, like more power or efficiency, but wearing out brushes is just not a thing for the vast majority of users.
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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.
The investment into the so-called "ecosystem" is just a charger and a few batteries. For home use, it is nothing wrong to have 2 sets of them.
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This thing looks like a crappy design. That bit holder is just plain stupid looking.
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This thing looks like a crappy design. That bit holder is just plain stupid looking.
It's worked well for Festool for many years. Specifically, this is a pretty direct copy to the Festool CXS. Just sayin.

Tom Silva can usually be seen wielding a similar style Festool drill (C18) in This Old House. They're just not mainstream given their European origin and high cost.
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