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Milwaukee M12 12V Li-ion Drill/Impact Driver Combo Kit + M12 Hackzall Recip Saw EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 12V Li-ion Cordless Drill/Impact Driver Combo Kit + M12 Hackzall Reciprocating Saw (2494-22-2420-20) on sale for $149. Shipping is free. Thanks Sabmont

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  • 1x M12 3/8" drill/driver (2407-20)
  • 1x M12 hex impact driver (2462-20)
  • 1x M12 Hackzall Reciprocating Saw (2420-20)
  • 2x M12 RedLithium CP 1.5Ah Batteries (48-11-2401)
  • 1x M12 Battery Charger (48-59-2401)
  • 1x Contractor Bag
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  • Includes M12 3/8in. Drill/Driver and 1/4in. Impact Driver
  • Includes M12 HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw (2420-20)
  • Part of the M12 System, featuring over 100+ tools
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I think this is a better buy [homedepot.com] by far even though it is $80(!) more expensive. Here's why:

- Upgrades from two 1.5 Ah batteries to one 2.0 Ah and one 4.0 Ah battery.
- Upgrade to Fuel tools (brushless). Longer battery life, more torque, higher quality, etc.
- Upgrades from a drill/driver (2407-20) to a hammer drill (2504-20)

They both contain the same (non-fuel) HACKZALL and both contain an Impact Driver (although one is fuel, and one isn't). Keep in mind a Hammer Drill has a non-Hammer mode, thus making it a very powerful normal drill, but when you need a hammer drill you need a hammer drill.
I've owned all three of these in the past and they are useful even for pro's if you need something light. The drill is excellent and one of the stronger brushed 12v drills out there and you get a metal ratcheting chuck, real quality stuff. The impact gets the job done however I found it to be slow. The hackzall is great and I've done some light demo work with it but I've since upgraded my M12 stuff to the Fuel models and they are all night and day better than these. Not to say these aren't any good as they are all very capable. I'd say the hackzall and the drill would be my favorites out of these three brushed tools. I was never really satisfied with the impact, don't get me wrong, it get's the job done just was expecting better performance since it's from Milwaukee. As long as you don't expect 18 volt performance you will be satisfied with these and might even surprise you with how powerful they are for their size. I love my M12 tools and prefer using them over my 18V stuff most of the time.
The fuel version kit is $80 more and includes 2.0 and 4.0 batteries.
That is the kit I got and chose the free (non fuel) ratchet.

For the abuse a drill and impact take I think it's worth the upgrade. The battery upgrade alone almost pays for the difference.

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How good are these? I'm a new homeowner, so not a pro or anything, so just need occasional round the house stuff. I guess the big question I'm asking is will I be kicking myself later that I didn't get a 18 or a 20 volt tool ?
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How good are these? I'm a new homeowner, so not a pro or anything, so just need occasional round the house stuff. I guess the big question I'm asking is will I be kicking myself later that I didn't get a 18 or a 20 volt tool ?
These should do just fine for most tasks.
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How good are these? I'm a new homeowner, so not a pro or anything, so just need occasional round the house stuff. I guess the big question I'm asking is will I be kicking myself later that I didn't get a 18 or a 20 volt tool ?
I've owned all three of these in the past and they are useful even for pro's if you need something light. The drill is excellent and one of the stronger brushed 12v drills out there and you get a metal ratcheting chuck, real quality stuff. The impact gets the job done however I found it to be slow. The hackzall is great and I've done some light demo work with it but I've since upgraded my M12 stuff to the Fuel models and they are all night and day better than these. Not to say these aren't any good as they are all very capable. I'd say the hackzall and the drill would be my favorites out of these three brushed tools. I was never really satisfied with the impact, don't get me wrong, it get's the job done just was expecting better performance since it's from Milwaukee. As long as you don't expect 18 volt performance you will be satisfied with these and might even surprise you with how powerful they are for their size. I love my M12 tools and prefer using them over my 18V stuff most of the time.
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How good are these? I'm a new homeowner, so not a pro or anything, so just need occasional round the house stuff. I guess the big question I'm asking is will I be kicking myself later that I didn't get a 18 or a 20 volt tool ?
They are great for home use and woodworking. If you can wait a little while. You can get a 5 tool kit for $̶9̶9̶ or at this price.

Sorry didn't realize my price error, suppose to be $199.
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The fuel version kit is $80 more and includes 2.0 and 4.0 batteries.
That is the kit I got and chose the free (non fuel) ratchet.

For the abuse a drill and impact take I think it's worth the upgrade. The battery upgrade alone almost pays for the difference.
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I think this is a better buy [homedepot.com] by far even though it is $80(!) more expensive. Here's why:

- Upgrades from two 1.5 Ah batteries to one 2.0 Ah and one 4.0 Ah battery.
- Upgrade to Fuel tools (brushless). Longer battery life, more torque, higher quality, etc.
- Upgrades from a drill/driver (2407-20) to a hammer drill (2504-20)

They both contain the same (non-fuel) HACKZALL and both contain an Impact Driver (although one is fuel, and one isn't). Keep in mind a Hammer Drill has a non-Hammer mode, thus making it a very powerful normal drill, but when you need a hammer drill you need a hammer drill.
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I think this is a better buy [homedepot.com] by far even though it is $80(!) more expensive. Here's why:

- Upgrades from two 1.5 Ah batteries to one 2.0 Ah and one 4.0 Ah battery.
- Upgrade to Fuel tools (brushless). Longer battery life, more torque, higher quality, etc.
- Upgrades from a drill/driver (2407-20) to a hammer drill (2504-20)

They both contain the same (non-fuel) HACKZALL and both contain an Impact Driver (although one is fuel, and one isn't). Keep in mind a Hammer Drill has a non-Hammer mode, thus making it a very powerful normal drill, but when you need a hammer drill you need a hammer drill.
bro, wasn't trying to spend anymore money on tools, you got me!
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They are great for home use and woodworking. If you can wait a little while. You can get a 5 tool kit for $99 or at this price.
Link for a 5pc M12 set for $99? I've watched these for 2 years and never seen a 5 tool combo for $99. BTW I havd the hacksall and it was a waste of $40 I should have held out gor the fuel. It doesn't really cut through things easily. Light duty is what I'd use it for. The fuel stuff though is fantastic. This kit is a cheap entry point though and you could upgrade as needed.
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How good are these? I'm a new homeowner, so not a pro or anything, so just need occasional round the house stuff. I guess the big question I'm asking is will I be kicking myself later that I didn't get a 18 or a 20 volt tool ?
I'm a new homeowner myself with the Ridgid 18 volt drill and impact driver. I feel the 18volt is just overkill for what I want to do around the house. They also get heavy to use. I'm planning on replacing them with the m12.
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I'm a new homeowner myself with the Ridgid 18 volt drill and impact driver. I feel the 18volt is just overkill for what I want to do around the house. They also get heavy to use. I'm planning on replacing them with the m12.
I have the Ridgid 18 volt drill and driver as well, but I reach for my M12 fuel versions all the time. The M12 are smaller, lighter, and seem just as powerful. I'm an entry level DIY'er.
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This or this Ryobi set?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-18-Volt-ONE-Lithium-ion-Cordless-2-Tool-Combo-Kit-with-Free-18-Volt-ONE-4-0-Ah-LITHIUM-HP-High-Capacity-Battery-P1817-P192/312605363
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This or this Ryobi set?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../312605363
If you are fine with homeowner grade tools then ryobi is a good choice. I do think they go on sale often for less then that.

With Milwaukee you can start with a kit like this and work your way up if you want without having to get new batteries. ​
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Spend the extra money on the upgrade for a brushless. It is the way to go!
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