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Milwaukee M12 Fuel 12V Brushless 1/4" Hex Impact Driver Kit + 3/8" Ratchet EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4" Hex Impact Driver Kit + M12 3/8" Ratchet on sale for $169. Shipping is free.

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Bundle Includes:
  • M12 FUEL 1/4" Hex Impact Driver
  • 2x M12 REDLITHIUM 2.0 compact batteries
  • M12 Lithium-ion Charger
  • Carrying Case
  • Removable Belt Clip
  • M12 3/8" Ratchet

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  • Price Research: This Special Buy exclusive to Home Depot is $90 Off (35% Savings) over the list price of $259.
  • Warranty: Includes 5-Year Warranty (source)
  • Home Depot Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 90-Days (details)
  • Reviews: This Milwaukee Tool Kit receives 4.6 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 750 customer reivews.
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No hack, just a good deal if you need the tools, charger and the CP2.0 battery.

Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver Kit W/ M12 3/8 in. Ratchet

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../305884676
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Been using this ratchet daily at my garage for almost a year now. I am a busy mechanic and use and abuse this ratchet every day. It is probably my favorite Milwaukee tool along with the rotary tool I have. Great quality. Don't go expecting lug nut busting power out of this tool though lol. It is rather useful in tight spots and that's where it's designed to be used for. Good deal
The non fuel ratchet is actually preferred over the fuel version a lot of the time because the fuel version is bulkier and can't get in the same spaces.
Love the ratchet. Big time saver when doing auto repair or any assembly needing sockets.

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Love the ratchet. Big time saver when doing auto repair or any assembly needing sockets.
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Been using this ratchet daily at my garage for almost a year now. I am a busy mechanic and use and abuse this ratchet every day. It is probably my favorite Milwaukee tool along with the rotary tool I have. Great quality. Don't go expecting lug nut busting power out of this tool though lol. It is rather useful in tight spots and that's where it's designed to be used for. Good deal
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Quote from CihangirC :
Been using this ratchet daily at my garage for almost a year now. I am a busy mechanic and use and abuse this ratchet every day. It is probably my favorite Milwaukee tool along with the rotary tool I have. Great quality. Don't go expecting lug nut busting power out of this tool though lol. It is rather useful in tight spots and that's where it's designed to be used for. Good deal
Don't expect to break anything that has slight torque on it. I just learned to break it loose first then take off using the ratchet to speed things up.
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Fuel driver but non fuel ratchet. Punks
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Fuel driver but non fuel ratchet. Punks
The non fuel ratchet is actually preferred over the fuel version a lot of the time because the fuel version is bulkier and can't get in the same spaces.
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The non fuel ratchet is actually preferred over the fuel version a lot of the time because the fuel version is bulkier and can't get in the same spaces.
Seconded.
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Dang, I just need the ratchet.
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Same I just need the ratchet
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Quote from momostallion :
Fuel driver but non fuel ratchet. Punks
Many people prefer the non-fuel ratchet because it is smaller.

And the spinning torque of these rarely actually matters as you're supposed to use arm power to break the fastener loose, then pull the trigger to zip it off the rest of the way.
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Home depot is supposed to be doing something to lock tools to prevent theft. Bluetooth locking. I want to boycott that crap unless they get the idea to put subscriptions on tools or they lock it. Does anyone here know if these are that or how to tell if a tool is that way?
These are not Bluetooth activation yet. If I recall correctly they aren't going to start that until much later.

Edit: nvm you might be right they have their pilot program in some stores.
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Home depot is supposed to be doing something to lock tools to prevent theft. Bluetooth locking. I want to boycott that crap unless they get the idea to put subscriptions on tools or they lock it. Does anyone here know if these are that or how to tell if a tool is that way?
Dewalt has that, but it's not related to a subscription service. It's a feature that lets you lock tools out from being used by unauthorized people such as if tools are stolen from a job site. Also let's you easily inventory tools and keep track of maintenance schedules and usage.
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Many people prefer the non-fuel ratchet because it is smaller.

And the spinning torque of these rarely actually matters as you're supposed to use arm power to break the fastener loose, then pull the trigger to zip it off the rest of the way.
i would imagine not using "arm power" on bigger bolts right? might break the ratchet
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