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Milwaukee M12 combo pack - Home Depot $199

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$199

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Includes (5) M12 tools, (2) 1.5Ah battery packs, charger & bag
Tools: 3/8 Ratchet, Drill/Driver, Impact Driver, Hackzall, Light
Part of the M12 System, featuring over 90+ tools
Model #: 2498-25
Sku #: 1003988916
Internet #: 304708058

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...lsrc=aw.ds
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This popular deal is back! At the Home Depot [homedepot.com]

M12 3/8 in. drill driver delivers 250 in. lbs. of torque in a compact light weight design
M12 ratchet delivers up to 35 ft. lbs. of torque with variable speed metal trigger for greater control
M12 1/4 in. hex impact driver delivers best-in-class 850 in./lbs. of torque at only 2.3 lbs. and 0-2000 RPM for fast driving
M12 Hackzall reciprocating saw delivers 0-3000 SPM at only 2.6 lbs. and 11 in. for quick cutting in tight spaces
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Bought this from ToolNut or something like that for $189 (no tax, free shipping) a few weeks ago. My overall impression is this set is a great deal, but the power is obviously way less than 18v tools - the hacksaw and impact driver especially.

But overall, they still seem like great tools and this is an excellent price for them. It's also a good way to get into the m12 ecosystem. The ratchet is also a really cool tool, and the nonfuel (I've had both) is my preferred of the two because it's smaller.

Anyway, hope that's helpful.
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