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Milwaukee M12 FUEL Brushless Cordless Hackzall & Impact Driver Combo Kit

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CPO Outlets via eBay has Milwaukee M12 FUEL Brushless Cordless Hackzall & Impact Driver Combo Kit w/ 2-Batteries & Bag (2593-22) on sale for $199 -> now $178. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • M12 FUEL Impact Driver (2553-20)
  • M12 FUEL Hackzall (2520-20)
  • M12 XC 4.0Ah Battery (48-11-2440)
  • M12 CP 2.0Ah Battery (48-11-2420)
  • M12 Charger (48-59-2401)
  • Hackzall Blade (50-01-1412)
  • Contractor Bag (42-55-2520)

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This deal is for a new Milwaukee 2593-22 M12 Fuel combo kit from CPO Commerce via eBay. Includes free 3 day shipping.

Model 259322
Milwaukee M12 FUEL Brushless Lithium-Ion 1/4 in. Cordless Hex Impact Driver / HACKZALL One-Handed Reciprocating Saw Combo Kit (2 Ah/ 4 Ah)
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M12 FUEL 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver - 2553-20
M12 FUEL HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw - 2520-20
M12 XC4.0 Battery Pack - 48-11-2440
M12 CP2.0 Battery Pack - 48-11-2420
M12 Charger - 48-59-2401
Blade
Belt Clip
Contractor Bag

Deal is similar to one posted by Warmonger 11 days ago for $199 from Home Depot, only $21 less.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Milwauke...890.l49286
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According to the eBay poster this is an authorized reseller and has the full warranty.
Good deal but I can't imagine most people wouldn't already have the impact driver since it's almost always bundled with the drill.
Sd = $21. ??

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According to the eBay poster this is an authorized reseller and has the full warranty.
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Home Depot has it for $199.99 right now so this is a better deal for sure!
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Is this a good deal for someone who wants to upgrade into a more professional (than Ryobi) ecosystem? I'm tempted by the Makita 4 batteries + saw for $250, but Milwaukee is the one I keep hearing recommended. How good is this deal?

Does the 2AH last? The Makita one have 5AH for all batteries across the board.
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Is this a good deal for someone who wants to upgrade into a more professional (than Ryobi) ecosystem? I'm tempted by the Makita 4 batteries + saw for $250, but Milwaukee is the one I keep hearing recommended. How good is this deal?

Does the 2AH last? The Makita one have 5AH for all batteries across the board.
You are paying for an over priced brand that hasn't innovated for a while, their newer platform should be your focus; the lxt is going to be phased out
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Sd = $21. ??
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Dammit...I wish I waited instead of getting the drill/impact driver combo 😔
This is a great deal.
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Is this a good deal for someone who wants to upgrade into a more professional (than Ryobi) ecosystem? I'm tempted by the Makita 4 batteries + saw for $250, but Milwaukee is the one I keep hearing recommended. How good is this deal?

Does the 2AH last? The Makita one have 5AH for all batteries across the board.
The M12 line is very nice, but it prioritizes weight and size over power. What's your use case? I have done M12 (which is what I use the most tbh), some Ryobi (cause they're cheap and have odd ball thing and are basically disposable) and some Ridgid (for when I need ridiculous amounts of power and don't care about weight).

The M12 is my most used, but I'd get a M12 fuel surge over just the M12 fuel.
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The M12 line is very nice, but it prioritizes weight and size over power. What's your use case? I have done M12 (which is what I use the most tbh), some Ryobi (cause they're cheap and have odd ball thing and are basically disposable) and some Ridgid (for when I need ridiculous amounts of power and don't care about weight).

The M12 is my most used, but I'd get a M12 fuel surge over just the M12 fuel.
Thanks! It's for a relative who isn't very happy with the power in a few-years-old Ryobi tools. It'd be mostly for DIY and fixing around the house - though he's hoping to get into woodworking eventually.
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You are paying for an over priced brand that hasn't innovated for a while, their newer platform should be your focus; the lxt is going to be phased out
Do you mean the 20v line? I heard about that, but it seems like Makita *claims* they'll be maintaining the 18v line as well.
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Do you mean the 20v line? I heard about that, but it seems like Makita *claims* they'll be maintaining the 18v line as well.
Makita is mediocre in terms of power and variety. But they are reliable. It's like Toyota vs dodge(dewalt/Milwaukee). They have brushless tools just like any other. They have no idea what they are taking about they are phasing 18v out. 36v is too expensive and 18v can meet most need anyway
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Good deal but I can't imagine most people wouldn't already have the impact driver since it's almost always bundled with the drill.
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Makita is mediocre in terms of power and variety. But they are reliable. It's like Toyota vs dodge(dewalt/Milwaukee). They have brushless tools just like any other. They have no idea what they are taking about they are phasing 18v out. 36v is too expensive and 18v can meet most need anyway
Anecdotally I've had 2 (lxt i think) Makita drills fail, on one the switch is failing and the other chuck locked. The triggers also don't have the range/sensitivity of their m18 counterparts. Warranty is shorter than Milwaukee, which also can break but at least I can (and did) get them fixed free for years,
Personally, I'd buy yellow, orange, or red before I buy another green.
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