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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

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

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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The main intended use for these is working in tight spaces, e.g. installing cabinetry. The idea is that you can quickly switch between two heads - one with drill bit in the chuck, and another with the driver bit. Saves you from having to constantly re-chuck between your driver bit and drill. With the 3/8" offset / right angle adapters, you can do this in just about any cabinet situation possible.

Not ideal for building a deck or framing a house, but amazing if you're typically working in tight spaces.


I'm kind of in the same boat. This thing could probably fulfill nearly all of my DIY needs itself (except maybe drilling big bore holes for electrical/plumbing/venting). Not about to go replace a perfectly good drill/impact though..
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Have been wanting to try this thing, but $229 is still too much to take the plunge.

EDIT: Damn... I did not fully understand that this includes 3 batteries. Thinking now...
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Have been wanting to try this thing, but $229 is still too much to take the plunge.

EDIT: Damn... I did not fully understand that this includes 3 batteries. Thinking now...
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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
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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
If you can find it in store, you can return the battery. I just bought this combo yesterday and if I returned the battery, the kit would cost $159.88+tax.
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... and the local market places are flooded with stolen goods

Is that why there's so many of these? I thought that was odd.
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If you can find it in store, you can return the battery. I just bought this combo yesterday and if I returned the battery, the kit would cost $159.88+tax.
You were able to get it in store? Did it ring up at the discounted price on its own or did a manager have to apply?
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You were able to get it in store? Did it ring up at the discounted price on its own or did a manager have to apply?
Rang up on its own. They don't even have signs up yet for this deal, but I figured it was coming since it's one of Milwaukee's quarterly deals. I believe the new sales started at HD on 11/4, so that's when their POS system was updated with this deal.
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks pretty awesome.
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks pretty awesome.
Seems like a good answer to the Festool one which is about $300 with one battery (this has 3 - one of which is a high capacity one)
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Seems like a decent deal because of the batteries, but if you already have a drill, impact, and right angle drill, I don't see the need for this even with the offset head.
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Seems like a decent deal because of the batteries, but if you already have a drill, impact, and right angle drill, I don't see the need for this even with the offset head.
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.
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Seems like a decent deal because of the batteries, but if you already have a drill, impact, and right angle drill, I don't see the need for this even with the offset head.
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.
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Seems like a decent deal because of the batteries, but if you already have a drill, impact, and right angle drill, I don't see the need for this even with the offset head.
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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.
The main intended use for these is working in tight spaces, e.g. installing cabinetry. The idea is that you can quickly switch between two heads - one with drill bit in the chuck, and another with the driver bit. Saves you from having to constantly re-chuck between your driver bit and drill. With the 3/8" offset / right angle adapters, you can do this in just about any cabinet situation possible.

Not ideal for building a deck or framing a house, but amazing if you're typically working in tight spaces.

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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.
I'm kind of in the same boat. This thing could probably fulfill nearly all of my DIY needs itself (except maybe drilling big bore holes for electrical/plumbing/venting). Not about to go replace a perfectly good drill/impact though..
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