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Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Max Li-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit + $2.58 Bosch "Filler item" for $101.58 - $20 automatic discount at checkout = $81.58. Shipping is free. Thanks heavyarms1912 & thepenguin99

Note: The Bosch Filler Item is needed to bring total to $100 (for the $20 off at checkout to apply).

Alternatively, Acme Tools also has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit for $99. Additionally, you may also save an extra $20 Off Bosch Tool Purchase $100+ w/ promotional code 20BOSCH. Shipping is free.

Tyler Tool also has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit for $99. Additionally, you may also save an extra $20 Off Bosch Tool Purchase $100+ (discount automatically applied in cart).

Includes
  • Bosch PS31 12V Max 3/8" Drill/Driver
  • Bosch PS41 12V Max Impact Driver
  • 2x Bosch BAT414 12V MAX Li-Ion 2.0Ah Batteries
  • Bosch BC330 12V Li-Ion Battery Charger
  • Carrying Bag
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Are you dumb? 12v are really useful since they are very light and small. Easy to get into places others won't fit. And bosch's 12v ones are great.
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Yes since the 1980s there are no situations where a compact lower torque driver is ever needed. The whole universe has changed on some fundamental level. Computers, furniture,lockets and cabinet hardware all require 36 volts of power and 3000 IN-LBS of torque to be assembled while holding a large and tiresome impact in hand that can put on lug nuts .


As a contractor I found the same. The 12V Bosch was the go to driver maybe 85 to 90 % of the time. There are many more jobs that need doing that don't require high power and high torque where this set is the ideal solution. High power and torque can make a real mess of things when it is to much tool for the job. I've noticed that all the locket manufacturers now enclose a flyer voiding a warranty if power driver are used to install. I've personally seen countless doors, windows, cabinets and hardware be damaged by by homeowners and contractors(that should no better) that fell for the "more power mentality" by using to much tool for the job. Spinning a screw for a cabinet knob does not require much power and torque and it is actually a detriment, the wrong tool for the job thing. Just the lightness and compactness of the driver are a lifesaver. Driving something fine with a heavy driver makes a slip easy and damage to a component is almost guaranteed. The compactness gets in places that other drivers can't go and having a driver that you can literally fit in your pocket to take up a ladder of work on a ceiling fan is a godsend. When stretching out an arm while on a ladder to install a shutter screw you will see the genius of the tool.
I have bigger but as above the 12V Bosch is my most used tool.

See above it will handle even most contractor stuff. Unlsss you are doing decks, framing or plumbing the Bosch will cover a wide variety of tasks and actually be the better tool for the job. Installing windows and doors it was all I ever used. The lower speed gave finer control when and I could pull a window or door to alignment with great precision. When using my 20V Dewalt it always has a tendency to be a little to snappy or jumpy and I end up over pulling or torquing. The Bosch does still have some serious power and will drive and occasional 3" deck or lag bolt when my laziness kept it in hand versus heading to the truck for a larger tool.

The Bosch blows the M12 out of the water. For being an old set the were definitely ahead of their time in tech. I haven't had a battery go bad and some are pushing ten years old with heavy use. Don't get me wrong they don't hold a charge as well but they just keep going. I have let my spare driver sit for sometimes pushing a year and I'll be damned I pick it up and it's still holding charge. The tool itself has taken more falls and some from great heights than I can count and just keeps chugging along. The M12 on the other hand need constant charging and seems to discharge when sitting. There were whole work weeks installing windows and doors when I might have to charge the Bosch battery once and that was with doing fairly heavy constant driving, the Milwaukee they gave me at work requires many charges per week doing a much lighter workload of just service type work.
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$1.99 - Bosch 3 Pc. Impact Tough 2.5 In. Torx #25 Double-Ended Bits
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Very nice
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$1.99 - Bosch 3 Pc. Impact Tough 2.5 In. Torx #25 Double-Ended Bits
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acme tool has the same deal minus the tax for many of us.
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If you prefer Phillips this can be your filler

Bosch ITDEPH22503 3 Pc. Impact Tough 2.5 In. Phillips #2 ...

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acme tool has the same deal minus the tax for many of us.
At Acme, use code 20BOSCH, will need a filler.
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Excellent deal. These are great for at least occasional home use
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Could I use these to drill holes in thick sheet metal for PC case modding? Or should I get a bigger drill?
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12v...hello 1980's
Are you dumb? 12v are really useful since they are very light and small. Easy to get into places others won't fit. And bosch's 12v ones are great.
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Could I use these to drill holes in thick sheet metal for PC case modding? Or should I get a bigger drill?
Should be very easy using titanium bits.
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Could I use these to drill holes in thick sheet metal for PC case modding? Or should I get a bigger drill?
I am able to drill on a 1/8 metal sheet with no issues.
I use this combo at work since it's small and light.
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12v...hello 1980's
1980's 12v couldnt run 300x 3" screws into wood. This set is used much more then my 20v set ever has been. Strong power, lightweight and small. This kit will do most jobs aroung the house and easier to carry or put with other tools in a bag.

The battery meter in the tool and fast charging coupled with two included batteries that charge in 30 mins means pretty good turn around during heavy use. I have the original 10v bosch tool and the batteries and tool as well, they are still going strong after 14 years.
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12v...hello 1980's
Bosch makes full-size tools too, but these are the compact versions, Mr. Snarkypants. Take these with you in your time machine when you travel back to the 1980's, because you won't find them there otherwise.
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