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Milwaukee M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Palm Nailer Kit w/ 1.5Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M12 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Palm Nailer Kit (2458-21) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, or select ship to store pickup where available.

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Includes:
  • M12 Palm Nailer (2458-21)
  • M12 1.5Ah Redlithium CP1.5 Battery (48-11-2401)
  • M12 Charger
  • Case

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Been eyeing this for a while. Have never seen this go on sale. Seems like a good deal at $99 for the kit whereas the tool only option is $129.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../202531124
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Takes up way less room than swinging a hammer
It's not really a "palm" anything. Thing is fat. Forget about getting into tight spaces.
I have this tool. Yes it's a chonker. However I've never had any issues with power, it will drive framing nails no matter what battery I've tried. It is not made for long use since it's big and heavy, but in you are doing a deck where you don't feel like pulling out the compressor it's great. It is in no way as nice to use as my Ridgid pneumatic.

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Not the best milwaukee tool out there, definitely underpowered in my opinion .
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I thought I saw this on sale a few days ago. Anyone remember what the price was?
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It's not really a "palm" anything. Thing is fat. Forget about getting into tight spaces.
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i thought i saw this on sale a few days ago. Anyone remember what the price was?
$119..
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If I was a Milwaukee guy, I would probably buy this since I HATE driving finish nails. If Ryobi had a 18V version I would definitely buy it.
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I love red tools but this thing seems really bulky for a "palm nailer"
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This definitely has its uses, love the fact its battery powered, no brainer if you already have the 12v line of red tools, but if you need to get into tight tight spaces, go with this:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../203764517

This works so good in tight spaces, only issue is you have to lug a compressor with you.
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Best price I've seen on this tool
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Quote from SLICKDEALIOZ :
This definitely has its uses, love the fact its battery powered, no brainer if you already have the 12v line of red tools, but if you need to get into tight tight spaces, go with this:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../203764517

This works so good in tight spaces, only issue is you have to lug a compressor with you.
I havr this porter cable palm nailer (its great) and was thinking of upgrading since the air compressor can be a hassel. Im already into the m12 line so thought it would be a good tool.

The posts in here made me look through the HD pics for a in-hand shot and my lord this thing is huge.

Thanks to you and everyone else as I just kinda assumed what size it woukd be and I definitly like the smaller form factor of the PC looking at the two.
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It's not really a "palm" anything. Thing is fat. Forget about getting into tight spaces.
Takes up way less room than swinging a hammer
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Dont need this right now but definitely tempted.
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I have this tool. Yes it's a chonker. However I've never had any issues with power, it will drive framing nails no matter what battery I've tried. It is not made for long use since it's big and heavy, but in you are doing a deck where you don't feel like pulling out the compressor it's great. It is in no way as nice to use as my Ridgid pneumatic.
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Takes up way less room than swinging a hammer
A pneumatic is like $20 and quarter the size. It's not just one or the other.
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