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Milwaukee M12 Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with 1.5ah Battery, Charger, and Bag $99 Home Depot

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Shows OOS for me
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12 volt its meh...dewalt deal is better for 50 more
18 volt and 20 volt are also more weight and physically bigger all depends on the job your doing. I have 12 volt and 20 volt tools....all of them are used.
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Oos for me also both online and in store
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12 volt its meh...dewalt deal is better for 50 more
You used the m12 stuff? I highly recommend them
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Deal is dead due to OOS
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You used the m12 stuff? I highly recommend them

I agree, especially the surge impact that's far better than dewalts.

*I guess someone got offended about my joke about dewalt's (non-existent) hydraulic impact...
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Ever since I've had Milwaukee fuel, DeWalt is really just meh... But still not recommend 12v, go 12v fuel.
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I agree, especially the surge impact that's far better than dewalts.
Is there a fuel surge? I have the just fuel one...great tool. I bought some 3d printed tool and battery holders on eBay for my m12 stuff...really worked great!
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Is there a fuel surge? I have the just fuel one...great tool. I bought some 3d printed tool and battery holders on eBay for my m12 stuff...really worked great!
I'm replacing doors and bought the fuel hackzall m12. It is spectacular lol
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I'm replacing doors and bought the fuel hackzall m12. It is spectacular lol
100% agree. Put a big 6Ah battery on it, and it's a powerful tool with the necessary control for detailed demo.

This week I used mine to cut out old plumbing(copper supply and galvanized drain) being relocated for a bathroom vanity as well as cut a hole in the ceiling plaster for a new vent fan. No sweat.
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It's a good deal for the light M12 oscillating tool.
It's not new though. Home Depot is having this deal for awhile now. I ordered one 2 weeks ago.
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Is there a fuel surge? I have the just fuel one...great tool. I bought some 3d printed tool and battery holders on eBay for my m12 stuff...really worked great!
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../309097691

The M18 and M12 Surge are awesome. You can really dial in just about any fastener.
When you barely hold the trigger to snug something up, the hydraulic model will keep doing the slightest little nudges to get it perfect vs the standard impact that gets the motor squealing but not enough torque to turn the anvil. It feels like you get the control of a drill with the convenience of the impact. They are my go to tools.
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i bought the m12 stuff..just to have the inflator
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