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Milwaukee M12 12V Li-ion Cordless Oscillating Multi-tool & Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

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Darn it, I thought I had a gift card. My store credit expired too. Bought ratchet combo anyways
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HOME DEPOT: This Ends Tonight: Up to 50% Off Select Exclusive Milwaukee Power Tools & Accessories

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Can someone clarify the screwdriver vs the impact and dril? Is it just a matter of clutch?
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Darn, still no 3/8 stubby deal for me.
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Picked up the oscillating multi tool combo since I don't have that yet, but should I go for the screwdriver if I already have the drill/driver as well as the impact driver?
The screwdriver is kind of a niche specialty tool that is really nice to have, but probably not necessary unless you're driving a lot of small screws/bolts all day. It combines the 1/4" quick change chuck of the impact driver with the torque limiting clutch of the regular drill driver in one tiny little package.

I'd personally skip it (unless getting it free or cheap with another tool) and put the money towards a Bosch Flexiclick or the new M12 4-in-1 driver that provide many more drilling and screwdriving options.
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How does the M12 differ from M12 Fuel? And can the batteries be used interchangeably between the two?
Not sure which tool(s) you're talking about, but in general the Fuel version is going to be a bit bigger and more powerful (and brushless if that matters to you). Any M12 battery will fit any M12 tool.
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Bought 2 sets of Ratchet & Screwdriver Combo Kit and Impact Wrench Kit.
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The screwdriver is kind of a niche specialty tool that is really nice to have, but probably not necessary unless you're driving a lot of small screws/bolts all day. It combines the 1/4" quick change chuck of the impact driver with the torque limiting clutch of the regular drill driver in one tiny little package.

I'd personally skip it (unless getting it free or cheap with another tool) and put the money towards a Bosch Flexiclick or the new M12 4-in-1 driver that provide many more drilling and screwdriving options.

Not sure which tool(s) you're talking about, but in general the Fuel version is going to be a bit bigger and more powerful (and brushless if that matters to you). Any M12 battery will fit any M12 tool.
Thank you. I was looking at the screwdriver and ratchet combo. Does the clutch on the screwdriver adjust low enough for screwing into plastics?
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Thanks OP, I just bought tools I didnt need for in house use only.
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I haven't had a quick release yet. Don't really do many on the fly blade changes. Are there any smaller battery ones out there with a quick release? If you're buying into a system, I think you end up making a compromise or two at some point on some tools. Otherwise you'd end up with no real system, backup batteries and so on if you let one little feature for each tool have you buying into a different system for each one.
it's not just for the rapid blade changes. The ones that require tools to tighten can and will vibrate themselves loose.

here's a good review for oscillating tools.
https://www.protoolreviews.com/bu...t/37382/3/

if you scan through i think you could find a smaller battery powered one with quick release but you're right sometimes compromises have to be made to stay with one color tool brand.

that's why i prefer buying no compromise corded versions of the tools i need, except for my small drill and impact which everyone should have a cordless version of. but i don't expect that to work for everyone.
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Really wondering how long will it last....Any thoughts?
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How does the M12 differ from M12 Fuel? And can the batteries be used interchangeably between the two?
Fuel is their brushless motor line. The motors in those tools are more powerful and more efficient, but the batteries are the same for all of the m12 tools.
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How does the M12 differ from M12 Fuel? And can the batteries be used interchangeably between the two?
Brushless vs brushed. Fuel is supposedly built bit more heavy duty. I have to say, that shouldn't deter you from getting non Fuel version. If you use ratchet a lot, you will find yourself looking for this tool again and again.

This not only an amazing deal but the tool itself is worth its price all day if you use socketed tools.
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Dammit, wasn't planning to actually buy anything since I own way too many Milwaukee tools, but couldn't resist that sweet deal on the backpack vac. $280 with 5.0 battery was too sweet to ignore. Thanks (I think) OP!
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How does the M12 differ from M12 Fuel? And can the batteries be used interchangeably between the two?
I think this falls in the category of, if you have to ask, then the benefits of the Fuel line probably won't be worth the premium for you. As others have said, main difference is brushless motor, but unless you're using these tools daily/professionally, that probably won't matter.
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Picked up the oscillating multi tool combo since I don't have that yet, but should I go for the screwdriver if I already have the drill/driver as well as the impact driver?
No point in the screwdriver if you have the drill/driver. As far as the impact most people can get by with out one but if its something you need and can get a good deal, why not.
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