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Bosch 12V Max Kit w/ 3/8" Drill/Driver, 1/4" Hex Impact Driver & 2x Batteries EXPIRED

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Amazon has Bosch 12V Max 2-Tool Brushless Combo Kit w/ 3/8" Drill/Driver, 1/4" Hex Impact Driver and 2x 2.0Ah Batteries (GXL12V-220B22) for $129 (Discount applies at checkout). Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • 1x 12V Max EC Brushless 3/8 In. Drill/Driver (GSR12V-300)
  • 1x 12V Max EC Brushless 1/4 In. Hex Impact Driver (PS42)
  • 2x 12V Max Lithium-Ion 2.0 Ah Batteries
  • 1x 12V Max Charger
  • 1x Four-Tip Bit Holder
  • 4x Impact Tough Bits
  • 2x Belt Clips
  • 1x Carrying Bag
Features:
  • Compact drill/driver design – provides torque in a 3/8 In. drill that is only 1. 6 Lbs. (tool only, not including battery)
  • Compact impact driver – features a short 5. 4 In. head length to reach tight work spaces
  • Efficient EC Brushless motor on both tools – deliver longer tool life as well as great runtime
  • Powerful impact driver hammer-and-anvil system – offers a max torque of 975 In. -Lbs.
  • Powerful drill/driver – delivers 300 In. -Lbs. of torque and a max speed of 1, 750 rpm for outstanding performance

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The deal is back so I'm re-posting this since my old post shows expired:

You can still get this.

Link to original deal since I don't know how to bring it back.
https://slickdeals.net/f/15572959-bosch-brushless-drill-driver-set-129?p=152958346#post152958346

Just saw this on Amazon. It's showing $149 with a $20 discount in cart. Cheapest I've seen on the brushless set.

https://www.amazon.com/BOSCH-GXL1...YYG2&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/BOSCH-GXL1...YYG2&psc=1
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My $0.02...

Bosch makes nice stuff in their 12V line but in terms of number of tools available Milwaukee beats Bosch easily:

Bosch = 18x 12V tools
Milwaukee = +95x 12V tools

If you're thinking of adopting a 12V tool line you're best bang for the buck in terms of utility and cost is Milwaukee by a country mile vs. Bosch.

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The brushed version usually goes on sale for $99. This being the brushless version makes it well worth the extra $30. Sadly I'm waiting for the flexiclick/chameleon to get into their 12v line.
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The brushed version usually goes on sale for $99. This being the brushless version makes it well worth the extra $20. Sadly I'm waiting for the flexiclick/chameleon to get into their 12v line.
Hell…even an extra $30 would be worth it Smilie
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Nothing wrong with these. But if your looking to start out and build the M12 is the better ecosystem.
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My $0.02...

Bosch makes nice stuff in their 12V line but in terms of number of tools available Milwaukee beats Bosch easily:

Bosch = 18x 12V tools
Milwaukee = +95x 12V tools

If you're thinking of adopting a 12V tool line you're best bang for the buck in terms of utility and cost is Milwaukee by a country mile vs. Bosch.
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The brushed version usually goes on sale for $99. This being the brushless version makes it well worth the extra $30. Sadly I'm waiting for the flexiclick/chameleon to get into their 12v line.
Forgive my ignorance, but isn't there already a 12v Chameleon? GSR12V-140FCB22
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Quote from speedrobin :
Forgive my ignorance, but isn't there already a 12v Chameleon? GSR12V-140FCB22
There is; however it's not in my price range yet.
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oh, brushless... nevermind.
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What's usually so good about brushless ? I have the brushed version of this that I got for $99 when it was on sale at Lowe's.
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What's usually so good about brushless ? I have the brushed version of this that I got for $99 when it was on sale at Lowe's.
More torque. Longer run time. Unless you NEED the difference it's not worth the cost of changing. Love my brushed tool set $99. If a person doesn't have these yet I highly recommend them!
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Quote from smithmal :
My $0.02...

Bosch makes nice stuff in their 12V line but in terms of number of tools available Milwaukee beats Bosch easily:

Bosch = 18x 12V tools
Milwaukee = +95x 12V tools

If you're thinking of adopting a 12V tool line you're best bang for the buck in terms of utility and cost is Milwaukee by a country mile vs. Bosch.
The difference is that these are small and light. It really makes a difference for small jobs, furniture assembly, things like that. I have a full set of 18v or corded drills and drivers but most of the time I just grab the Bosch.
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Quote from desidude2000 :
What's usually so good about brushless ? I have the brushed version of this that I got for $99 when it was on sale at Lowe's.
Dang! Just found out LMGTFY no longer sarcastically types in a question automatically to show people how it's done that won't bother to do it for themselves. Embarrassment What's left for me, other than giving an exaggerated explanation of what I would like to have done.... Oh well.
Yes, brushless is better. If you don't know, you probably don't need it. I also have the $99 brushed motor kit and it's more than I need for home use and occasional small projects.
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The difference is that these are small and light. It really makes a difference for small jobs, furniture assembly, things like that. I have a full set of 18v or corded drills and drivers but most of the time I just grab the Bosch.
I bought the metabo hpt set, small as m12 fuel, more powerful, more precise on low gear control. That's the best impact driver I ever used, including all 12v tools.
Maybe dewalt DCF850 the atomic one can compete with the metabo hpt triple hammer, as far as convenience and light weight.
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Great deal for this set. Small and light yet quite powerful.
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