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DeWalt XTREME 12-volt Max 3/8-in Brushless Cordless Drill (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included) $79

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This is a solid 12v kit 2 batteries too

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12V? Didn't know those were still around.
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12V? Didn't know those were still around.
love the size, very compact and easy to carry around
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Drill and impact driver in the Xtreme line look pretty nice, but Dewalt's been really slow rolling out new tools. While I think Dewalt's 20V line is as good as anyone's, the 12V isn't even in the same league as Milwaukee or even Makita and Bosch.
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A note when comparing prices this kit comes with traditional batteries, Amazon lists Lithium 2 batteries for $79.99 so it's kinda like you're getting a drill and a charger for free'ish – Ha! DEWALT DCB127-2 12V Max Lithium Battery, 2-Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JQ74...EEbJBNRG69
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On a separate note any know of an AC adapter that will turn these in a corded drill?

I have a basement with 2-3 old battery drills that are not worth buying batteries for anymore because like this a new kit is cheaper - landfill waste Frown
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Most reviews say this is only good for small jobs. Would building outdoor wood furniture be too much for this drill the handle? I am talking specifically about the torquing of screws, and drilling into thick wood. Thats what she said. Thank you.
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Drill and impact driver in the Xtreme line look pretty nice, but Dewalt's been really slow rolling out new tools. While I think Dewalt's 20V line is as good as anyone's, the 12V isn't even in the same league as Milwaukee or even Makita and Bosch.
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12V? Didn't know those were still around.
you obviously haven't used the Milwaukee 12V impact driver... man that thing is amazing. i grab it over any of my 18/20V stuff 90% of the time. light, small, crazy strong.

i can't speak to the DeWalt 12V stuff, but the Milwaukee 12V stuff ain't the old school crap... it's in an entirely different league.
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Shows $99.99 now. Dead?
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12V? Didn't know those were still around.
Dewalt rebooted their 12v line last year : all brushless drill, impact driver, impact wrench, reciprocating saw... Their entry price is lower than Milwaukee.
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I bought some after-market NiMH for my 18V off ebay. They work better than my original dewalt ni-cd when they were new.

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On a separate note any know of an AC adapter that will turn these in a corded drill? Frown
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