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Milwaukee M12 12V Cordless 1/4" Hex Screwdriver/LED Worklight Kit

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 12V Cordless 1/4" Hex Screwdriver/LED Worklight Kit w/ 2x 1.5Ah Batteries + Bit Set & Bag (2482-22) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks digitallyconnected

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  • Milwaukee M12 Lithium Cordless 1/4" Hex Screwdriver
  • Milwaukee M12 LED Worklight Kit
  • 2x Milwaukee M12 1.5Ah Batteries
  • Milwaukee M12 Charger
  • 40-Piece Milwaukee M12 Bit Set
  • Milwaukee Tool Bag
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This is part of the M12 Milwaukee collection; M12 batteries/charger are compatible w/ all M12 products. Please refer to the forum thread for additional details/discussion - Discombobulated

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I have been watching Milwaukee for the past few months. This particular deal was good at $129 a few months ago and now has been lowered to $99 for the ScrewDriver, flashlight and 2 batteries, charger and bit set combo.

Looking at all of the buys on the special and lower prices there are quite a few combo sets including the ones with the sawzall that seem lower than normal pricing.

Full list of the Milwaukee deals is here, I dont have the ability right not to list each link with a description separately.

https://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools...C_MODE%7C0


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../207162702
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Lighter, shorter length so easier to fit in tight spaces, quick bit swapping.


Impacts have completely different mechanism and apply huge amounts of torque in a radial way. If you want to drive things into something then you want a drill/driver.

If you're really interested there is an incredible explanation over here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2JRhT4tvaM
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Honest question... What is the point of these screwdrivers compared to a drill driver? I don't know what the benefit is.
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The M12 "screwdriver" was the first M12 tool that I bought, to supplement my M18s. I've used the "screwdriver" as a light duty drill and driver for years now, generally for drywall, and it's been perfectly fine. Very durable and hasn't failed me yet. I finally bought the M12 drill/driver and impact because HD had a deal on them some time ago, and I'm still using the "screwdriver" more often than the drill simply because the hex bits are so easy to change out.

If I want speed and/or power, I grab my M18 drill or impact. The M12 has always been about convenience and lightweight, at least for me.
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Good deal, wish there was a rotary tool combo though
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Honest question... What is the point of these screwdrivers compared to a drill driver? I don't know what the benefit is.
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Not bad. I got this driver a few weeks back for same price with two batts. I like it. I added the 1/4" impact Fuel driver not too long ago.
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Have this screwdriver and love it. This bundle is a good deal.
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Honest question... What is the point of these screwdrivers compared to a drill driver? I don't know what the benefit is.
1/4 inch drive. Quick bit changes
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Honest question... What is the point of these screwdrivers compared to a drill driver? I don't know what the benefit is.
Screwdriver motor has less torque with fixed speed vs. a drill driver.
Locking chuck on drill is not of 1/4 hex as on the screwdriver
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Good deal, wish there was a rotary tool combo though
Yeah. There are a lot of combos with the multi tool but not the rotary this time.

I missed the 4.0ah battery and caulk gun deal in December for 129 and looks like it's not ever coming back.
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1/4 inch drive. Quick bit changes
What is the point compared to an impact on low speed?
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Screwdriver motor has less torque with fixed speed vs. a drill driver.
Locking chuck on drill is not of 1/4 hex as on the screwdriver
Screwdriver motor has variable speed 0-500rpm.
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Nobody has said it yet. It's not brushless!!
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Nobody has said it yet. It's not brushless!!
And also doesn't have HDMI
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Nobody has said it yet. It's not brushless!!
Yep...same as when you go black, you can't go back....brushless is where it's at!
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Honest question... What is the point of these screwdrivers compared to a drill driver? I don't know what the benefit is.
Lighter essentially.
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