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Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Tool Kit (7-Tool) with Two 3.0 Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag-2695-27S - $499

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M18 1/2" drill/driver
M18 1/4" hex impact driver
M18 6-1/2" circular saw
M18 HACKZALL
M18 4-1/2" grinder
M18 multitool
M18 LED worklight
2 M18 XC 3.0 batteries
M18/M12 Charger
Model: 2695-27S

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../312422229
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No a bad price for a set capable brushed Milwaukee set. Although I'd pay the extra $100 for the 3x 4.0ah batteries and the impact wrench. Just depends on your specific needs.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../308992677
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At least the flashlight is brushless.
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Is the regular price really $999?
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Quote from MarsSlicks :
Is the regular price really $999?
Well the 8 pc set that grassroots linked that's identical except with 3 larger batteries and a 1/2 inch wrench is also "regularly" $999. With that as a baseline, I would consider $800 a fair "regular" price for this set.
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I feel like non fuel should be a better deal. I have most of these tools, and they are great. But I paid 399 for 6 tools and bigger Batts, plus a 7th free tool on mail in. A bunch of years ago.
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Beware if you're comparing prices these batteries are not the High-Output batteries -- those are worth significantly more than these older style batteries based on 18640 cells.
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How can you tell HO from regular batteries in these ads?
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How can you tell HO from regular batteries in these ads?
High output batteries will say so on the side of the battery and have more gray on the labeling like the 6.0 and 8.0. You can be sure they'll list that its high output if it is.
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I would save up another $300 and get the Fuel versions when they go on sale. Plus the Fuel combo kit you get 2 5.0 batteries.
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I highly recommend getting the FUEL brushless tools. I know these big multi-packs are really enticing but you're better off buying 1 or 2 tools at a time and getting the higher quality ones you'll be so much happier down the road. Also seriously consider the m12 fuel line. I have both m18 and m12 tools and 90% of the time I pick up the smaller, lighter, and very capable m12 tools because they're easy to use and able to handle almost anything you throw at them. You can normally find the m12s for a pretty good deal if you watch for one on here.
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Quote from jacobhogan1 :
I highly recommend getting the FUEL brushless tools. I know these big multi-packs are really enticing but you're better off buying 1 or 2 tools at a time and getting the higher quality ones you'll be so much happier down the road. Also seriously consider the m12 fuel line. I have both m18 and m12 tools and 90% of the time I pick up the smaller, lighter, and very capable m12 tools because they're easy to use and able to handle almost anything you throw at them. You can normally find the m12s for a pretty good deal if you watch for one on here.
Depends on your usage. If you use these tools everyday then Brushless is a no-brainer. If you just want these tools in the garage to do the occasional task, then the cheaper bushed tools will work just fine. And for decades.
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Quote from PeterJayM :
Depends on your usage. If you use these tools everyday then Brushless is a no-brainer. If you just want these tools in the garage to do the occasional task, then the cheaper bushed tools will work just fine. And for decades.
If you're just doing occasional work, an even better reason to get the m12 line instead of the m18. Cheaper batteries, brushless, lots of tool options for adding to you kit, lighter, and will do all the same stuff an occasional home owner would need to do.
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I read m18 are brushed and m18 fuel is brushless. Which one is this deal for?
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