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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!!

PREZ15

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Nice deal thanks OP!
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Bought this combo without the pack out case for $200 and they are some of my favorite tools. This is on par with the best deals I've seen in this kit.
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Thanks for posting. Looking to pick up an M12 multitool, but it's under $75 so it's a no go for now.
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Lowest Price I've seen on this Combo!!
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Hammer drill and 100 ftlb impact drill in 12 volts? Mind blown! Me wants!
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I have about half a dozen M12 tools already including the basic drill. I like to do basic work on cars (always used manual wrenches) and also plan on finishing my basement this summer. Any advice on if I should jump on this set or upgrade to the M18 hammer drill and impact?

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I have about half a dozen M12 tools already including the basic drill. I like to do basic work on cars (always used manual wrenches) and also plan on finishing my basement this summer. Any advice on if I should jump on this set or upgrade to the M18 hammer drill and impact?

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I like the M12 system because they have the Stubby Impact which has 250ft-lbs and great for most bolts on a car, yet is very compact for getting into tighter spaces.

Though, the M18 drill and driver are awesome for working on projects around the house. The larger M18 impact wrench is awesome for working on larger bolts on cars.

So I guess my point is, you need both systems. Sorry to break the news to you. Slickdeals will make you poor.EEK!
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I just read about the Milwaukee M12 impact drivers this weekend. The Fuel (2553) and the Fuel Surge (2551) were rated the best out there.

This is a great deal, especially including that box. So tempted!
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Hammer drill and 100 ftlb impact drill in 12 volts? Mind blown! Me wants!
the drill is a bit of a let down, it's good for a 12V, very good... just pales in comparison to the impact and how amazing it is for the 12V. the impact is just so damn good, i don't even grab my 18V impact anymore. i do however, still grab my 18V drill...
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I like the M12 system because they have the Stubby Impact which has 250ft-lbs and great for most bolts on a car, yet is very compact for getting into tighter spaces.

Though, the M18 drill and driver are awesome for working on projects around the house. The larger M18 impact wrench is awesome for working on larger bolts on cars.

So I guess my point is, you need both systems. Sorry to break the news to you. Slickdeals will make you poor.EEK!
I agree. Both are nice. You almost have to get M12 just for the ratchet bc it's awesome. You can get cheap M12 batteries on Amazon and they use the same charger so it's not that big of a deal. I keep the m12s in the basement for quick jobs and the m18s in the garage!
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I have about half a dozen M12 tools already including the basic drill. I like to do basic work on cars (always used manual wrenches) and also plan on finishing my basement this summer. Any advice on if I should jump on this set or upgrade to the M18 hammer drill and impact?

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...-22po.html
So I saw a guy drill a 5/8" hole 5" deep in concrete with this hammer drill. So if you don't need to drill into concrete, I'd say you don't need 18V drills. I've also seen videos of the impact pushing in lag bolts. plus the impact wrench has up to 250 ft-lbs (real world) if you get the 1/2" drive
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Thanks for posting. Looking to pick up an M12 multitool, but it's under $75 so it's a no go for now.
$6 filler item, net $63.75 with free shipping.

Only way to get the multi-tool much cheaper is in a kit on promo.
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I have about half a dozen M12 tools already including the basic drill. I like to do basic work on cars (always used manual wrenches) and also plan on finishing my basement this summer. Any advice on if I should jump on this set or upgrade to the M18 hammer drill and impact?

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...-22po.html
Go Fuel M12.

I have the same use characteristics.
Avid DIYer in home and garage.
Sold all my M18 (non-fuel) and fuel to switch.

Never looked back.
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