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Bosch 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Most people don't need brushless, they don't use them enough to require it. It's also incredibly easy to replace the brushings..

Anyway these are fantastic for anyone, not just home owners. There's no reason to use a large drill when installing door hinges, door knobs and things like that. Would laugh if someone used a 36v drill for that on a jobsite.

12v doesn't mean homeowner at all. There's a time and place for everything.
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I have Bosch cordless tools and I'm very happy with them overall. Bought an 18 volt drill 10 years ago to use on a huge backyard deck project, and it's still alive and well. Since then, I've added a number of other 18 v. cordless and I'm happy with my choice.

Two recommendations to zapjb if you're just starting out:

1. If your future plans involve doing anything more than basic homeowner projects, follow pilotd's advice and go with 18 volt tools. I've never heard anyone complain about a tool having too MUCH power. Search around for deals (and of course add a slickdeal alert for whatever brand you wind up going with!) and you can find deals on 18 volt tools for just a bit more than 12 volt.

2. If you ARE planning on doing more and more projects and might increase your tool collection, be sure to not only pick the right power/voltage for you, but also pick a quality manufacturer (Bosch, Makita, DeWalt....there are others as well). Once I went with the 18 volt Bosch drill, I have purchased other Bosch cordless tools that are COMPATIBLE with those same batteries (All newer 18 volt Bosch batteries are backwards compatible with previous ones, even those with different Ah ratings...see link below) . When I saw a killer deal on a "tool-only" (no batteries or charger) Bosch recipro saw, I didn't need to worry about purchasing batteries or a charger. Once you buy your first (or second) cordless tool, you kinda become wedded to it, unless you want to deal with batteries and chargers from different manufacturers. I've also seen some crazy BF deals that included the tool, two batteries, and a charger for less than the price you'd pay for two batteries.

So choose that first tool wisely!
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I'm curious what these were not powerful enough for in your experience. I have used my lightweight 12 volt Bosch driver to drive self tapping bolts into masonry ahead of a hurricane evacuation. The little beast lasted for hours and not once did I feel like I had insufficient power. I like my Bosch 12 volt driver so much that whenever the driber goes on sale for around $70 I gift them to handy friends and family for birthdays/Christmas.
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Seems to be a great deal. But I don't know duck about cordless power tools. What do the experts think?
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Seems to be a great deal. But I don't know duck about cordless power tools. What do the experts think?
The 12v size is great and powerful enough for basic homeownery stuff. If you're going to build a deck you'll want something bigger.

This is a good deal for quality homeownery tools.

Some people prefer the thinner handles of the Makita or Dewalt 12v sets. I prefer the feel of the Milwaukee and Bosch style.
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Previous deal was $81 and it went to front page.
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I have Bosch cordless tools and I'm very happy with them overall. Bought an 18 volt drill 10 years ago to use on a huge backyard deck project, and it's still alive and well. Since then, I've added a number of other 18 v. cordless and I'm happy with my choice.

Two recommendations to zapjb if you're just starting out:

1. If your future plans involve doing anything more than basic homeowner projects, follow pilotd's advice and go with 18 volt tools. I've never heard anyone complain about a tool having too MUCH power. Search around for deals (and of course add a slickdeal alert for whatever brand you wind up going with!) and you can find deals on 18 volt tools for just a bit more than 12 volt.

2. If you ARE planning on doing more and more projects and might increase your tool collection, be sure to not only pick the right power/voltage for you, but also pick a quality manufacturer (Bosch, Makita, DeWalt....there are others as well). Once I went with the 18 volt Bosch drill, I have purchased other Bosch cordless tools that are COMPATIBLE with those same batteries (All newer 18 volt Bosch batteries are backwards compatible with previous ones, even those with different Ah ratings...see link below) . When I saw a killer deal on a "tool-only" (no batteries or charger) Bosch recipro saw, I didn't need to worry about purchasing batteries or a charger. Once you buy your first (or second) cordless tool, you kinda become wedded to it, unless you want to deal with batteries and chargers from different manufacturers. I've also seen some crazy BF deals that included the tool, two batteries, and a charger for less than the price you'd pay for two batteries.

So choose that first tool wisely!
https://www.woodworkersjournal.co...h-battery/
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Most people don't need brushless, they don't use them enough to require it. It's also incredibly easy to replace the brushings..

Anyway these are fantastic for anyone, not just home owners. There's no reason to use a large drill when installing door hinges, door knobs and things like that. Would laugh if someone used a 36v drill for that on a jobsite.

12v doesn't mean homeowner at all. There's a time and place for everything.
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I have this set and it works out great. Just installed 3" self drilling screws to upgrade the door so it can't be kicked in. Impact driver made short work of them!
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How is this compare with Milwaukee M12 (non fuel)?
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I bought this set from Rakuten a few months ago for $87 including tax. I'm pretty happy with it so far. They get the job done around the house.
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Ok ok I bought it. Now I got to Google how to use them. And no I don't have an immediate need for these.
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Thank god its back on sale I missed it last time.
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Seems to be a great deal. But I don't know duck about cordless power tools. What do the experts think?
Got this last time. It's OLD new stock. Batteries should be OK though.
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