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Milwaukee M12 Fuel Brushless 1/2" Hammer Drill & 1/4" Impact Driver Kit & More EXPIRED

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CPO Outlets has Milwaukee M12 Fuel Brushless 1/2" Cordless Hammer Drill and 1/4" Cordless Impact Driver Combo Kit with Packout Tool Box (2 Ah, 2598-22PO) on sale for $189 - 15% off w/ promo code PREZ15 = $160.65. Shipping is free. Thanks Fazi13

Includes:
  • M12 FUEL Hammer Drill
  • M12 FUEL Hex Impact Driver
  • 2 x M12 2-Ah Compact Battery
  • M12 Li-Ion Charger
  • Belt Clip
  • Packout Tool Box
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CPO Outlets has Milwaukee tools for 15% off over $75.
Saw this kit for $160 after coupon. These are the Gen 2 Brushless. And the packout box seems pretty good. I was looking for these for automotive work. The impact has over 100 ft-lbs of torque!!

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https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...-22po.html


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keep it. Love my Makita and have been running them for over a decade still going strong. It does depend on what you plan on using it for.
Is Makita strong enough to do drive large hole saws, ship auger bits, or cable bits?
Makita has better price for 18v/ brushless.
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Is Makita strong enough to do drive large hole saws, ship auger bits, or cable bits?
Makita has better price for 18v/ brushless.
Thanks!
Makita isn't as strong as the FUEL brushless stuff from Milwaukee. I was originally gonna get Makita myself. Plus if you need lots of torque, the M12 1/2in drive impact has up to 250 ft-lbs real world torque (YouTube video for this)
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The Makita Brushless BL Sub-Compact has the same torque specs but the Milwaukee M12 has a much smaller battery and for the same size it's a hammer drill.
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Makita isn't as strong as the FUEL brushless stuff from Milwaukee. I was originally gonna get Makita myself. Plus if you need lots of torque, the M12 1/2in drive impact has up to 250 ft-lbs real world torque (YouTube video for this)
Home Depot makita combo is not as strong as Milwaukee m12 fuel?
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Politely disagree with you.

You can remove a crank pulley bolt with the m12 fuel stubby.

No need for m18 if you have the m12 fuel system.

Plus the weight savings is amazing.
Not true about no need for the m18 line. I have the m12 fuel impacts, drills rotary hammer drill, and the surge impact and I have the same in the m18 line. They both have their place. Will the m12 line work sure but if your doing major work for a living and using them all day long the m18 with shine and at the end of the day they took will no be working as hard and will last much much longer. My favorite one is the m18 fuel surge impact over all of them. I have the m12 fuel, fuel surge and I have the m18 gen 2 and gen 3 impact and fuel surge impact and I have used them all for long periods of time. My go to impact and the first one I grab is the m18 fuel impact surge with the HO 3.0 battery. It's my favorite set up by far. Plus it drives in bigger lags and bolts fast and harder then the m12. So don't say there no need for the m18 line plus I bet you don't have or never had any m18 tool because it's out of your price range or else you wouldn't make that statement.
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Reluctantly purchased. Been wanting m12 for a while although I own the m18. Excited for the small size and weight, installing drywall on the ceiling really made the weight obvious for the m18 + 4ah battery.
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keep it. Love my Makita and have been running them for over a decade still going strong. It does depend on what you plan on using it for.
Just basic around the house diy for now. Just pulled the trigger and think later. I do like the compactness of m12f and the flexibility to expand into makita v18 later if I ever have time to go after more ambitious diy.
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This is a great deal. I paid $160 shipped without the pack box around BF. You cant go wrong with this set. I freakin love the impact driver.
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Does anyone know if the small containers are included in the packout box? I'm doubting they are but it would be nice if they are there.

https://www.acmetoolstore.com/wcs...30E9A.jpeg
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Same deal at Tylertool.com I assume they are pretty much the same supplier. Website check out looks almost identical.
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Does anyone know if the small containers are included in the packout box? I'm doubting they are but it would be nice if they are there.

https://www.acmetoolstore.com/wcs...30E9A.jpeg
No. That is the larger tool box with the aluminum sides. The one in this deal is a smaller box.
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No. That is the larger tool box with the aluminum sides. The one in this deal is a smaller box.
That's the confusing part because the pictures are in the product link.
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That's the confusing part because the pictures are in the product link.
Thanks. Did not see that. It evens states you get the larger/metal reinforced box in description. Definitely interested now.
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Anyone use the shockwave bits? Are they worth it?
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This Hammer drill (Gen2) not so good, because it has electronic clutch. It doesn't work good. Previous model (Gen 1) was the best.
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