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Milwaukee M12 Brushless Cordless 1/2" Impact Wrench w/ 2x Batteries EXPIRED

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Home Depot has select Milwaukee M12 Fuel 12-Volt Brushless Cordless Impact Wrench Kits w/ 2x Batteries on sale for $189 each. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store pickup where available.

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3/8 Stubby kit. 4ah, 2ah, and m12 charger included. We've seen this same deal a couple of times now. This particular sale is one day only.

1/2"
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../305989026

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../305980696 Expired, price now $299
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Also the 1/2 inch:

Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Stubby 1/2 in. Impact Wrench Kit with One 4.0 and One 2.0Ah Batteries
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../305989026
SKU# 305989026
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Not quite as nice as the one that included 3 & 6Ah batteries instead of the 2 & 4Ah ones in this kit, for $189 on BF then $199 thereafter, but still very nice. The tool alone is $179 so this is quite the deal with the 2 batteries, charger and case for just $10 more.

If you've been thinking of getting either the 3/8" or 1/2" version of this, BUY THIS NOW. You won't see a better deal except maybe one with the 3/6Ah batteries and who knows when that will come back again, if ever. These are really nice impact wrenches and widely seen as the best all-around ones made today.

If you're more in the DeWalt camp, though, they recently came out with their own version of a stubby impact that's probably just as good. But no comparable deals.
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What would be better, having the Milwaukee with 2 batteries or going with the RiDGID version with 3/8 and 1/2" and 1 battery? Pricing is similar with the RiDGID being $10 more.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../314857778
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What would be better, having the Milwaukee with 2 batteries or going with the RiDGID version with 3/8 and 1/2" and 1 battery? Pricing is similar with the RiDGID being $10 more.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../314857778
U get what you pay for. Not saying ridgid isn't good but the nut busting torque rating on the milwaukee is as good as its advertised. There is a YouTube comparison of it against 6 other brands and it outdid all of them.

I own this one and the stubby 1/2 M18 for larger more stubborn jobs and haven't been disappointed.

Edit: if you don't do a ton of automotive work that requires high torque then the ridgid is a good deal. I am a hobbyist that tinkers with cars often enough to need the most I can get out of these tools so the milwaukee was a wise choice.
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U get what you pay for. Not saying ridgid isn't good but the nut busting torque rating on the milwaukee is as good as its advertised. There is a YouTube comparison of it against 6 other brands and it outdid all of them.

I own this one and the stubby 1/2 M18 for larger more stubborn jobs and haven't been disappointed.

Edit: if you don't do a ton of automotive work that requires high torque then the ridgid is a good deal. I am a hobbyist that tinkers with cars often enough to need the most I can get out of these tools so the milwaukee was a wise choice.
Also size is a big factor. Look at how big the subcompact Ridgid is with the full size battery.
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Also size is a big factor. Look at how big the subcompact Ridgid is with the full size battery.
I don't believe it's much bigger. What matters isn't the overall length but the stubbiness so u can fit in tight spots while trying to break a nut loose.
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I don't believe it's much bigger. What matters isn't the overall length but the stubbiness so u can fit in tight spots while trying to break a nut loose.
I think this M12 is slightly longer than the M18 subcompact. I'm waiting for the M18 subcompact to be on sale.
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FYI Milwaukee has the new gen M18 mid torque which is a good bit stronger as well as now stubby if you dont want to deal with M12. I have 1st gen mid torque and its been solid for wheels, brakes and suspension.

This model: https://www.ebay.com/itm/22479142...SwvRdh4mUY
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I think this M12 is slightly longer than the M18 subcompact. I'm waiting for the M18 subcompact to be on sale.
I bought the M18 second gen as list in the link posted by ssg10587 from HD with a hackable deal for $133
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I don't believe it's much bigger. What matters isn't the overall length but the stubbiness so u can fit in tight spots while trying to break a nut loose.
Look at the compact m12 battery vs the 18v ridgid.
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Look at the compact m12 battery vs the 18v ridgid.
Ummm u r comparing the ridgid battery to the 2.0 milwaukee battery? Cuz you're definitely not going to want to use it with anything less than a 4.0
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What would be better, having the Milwaukee with 2 batteries or going with the RiDGID version with 3/8 and 1/2" and 1 battery? Pricing is similar with the RiDGID being $10 more.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../314857778
I don't get the point of this Ridgid deal for most people. You get two of the exact same tool except for the anvil, a 2Ah battery and charger. The Milwaukee kit comes with only one tool, which is all that you need in a subcompact if you choose well (you can always get a mid torque for the occasional tough fastener it can't handle, or just use a breaker/cheater), and a 2 & 4Ah battery, charger, and case, for $10 less. I think there's no contest.
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Ummm u r comparing the ridgid battery to the 2.0 milwaukee battery? Cuz you're definitely not going to want to use it with anything less than a 4.0
Depends on your application. 2.0 is plenty for lugnuts. They also make a CP3.0 battery as well.

If you compare the M12 stubby with two batteries deal compared to two ridgid subcompacts only but with only 1 battery, it's no contest I would go with the stubby.
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