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Milwaukee 5-Tool M12 12V Li-Ion Combo Kit w/ 2x 1.5 Ah Batteries/Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Milwaukee 5-Tool M12 12V Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit with Two 1.5 Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag (2499-25) on sale for $199. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • M12 Multi-Tool
  • M12 3/8" Drill/Driver
  • M12 Hex Impact Driver
  • M12 HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw
  • M12 Work Light
  • 2x 1.5 Ah Batteries
  • Charger
  • Tool Bag

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  • About this Offer:
    • This sale comes out to $39.80 per Tool which also includes 2x 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag.
    • This sale is $150 Off (43% Savings) the list price of $349.
  • Reviews: This Tool Set receives 4.6 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 2,700 Customer Reviews.
  • Warranty: 5-Year Tool and 2-Year Battery Warranty
  • Home Depot Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 90-Days,
  • Refer to forum thread for discussion from the community regarding this offer. -slickdewmaster
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This is a great start to get into the m12 line or add to it. Just the recip saw and multi tool alone make this worth it.

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If you are not heavy construction, the m12 line are compact, have decent sales all the time, very powerful for their size. I have m12, Kobalt, and Ryobi cordless tools, and I use m12 the most
I got this set about three years ago and it took me down a rabbit hole of buying more and more M12 tools. If you're not in construction then M12 is all you need. It's compact and very powerful. Great for working in tight spaces.

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wow. crazy good deals. thanks!
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I'm not about to get started in yet another tool ecosystem, but this looks pretty solid for anybody just getting started, already in the M12 line, or maybe a second/backup set to throw in a work truck or something.
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Good starter for at home diy.
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I don't get it. Why would anyone start their cordless tools with M12 this day in age? I'd understand if you already have 1 or 2 other M12 tools and just want to add to it, but even then I'd consider a more updated line of tools. The de facto baseline power for cordless tools right now is 18V. If I were a pro, I would absolutely invest in M18 tools. If I were a DIY'er, I'd go with the Ryobi for better value in the 18V range. Someone explain or prove me wrong.
If you are not heavy construction, the m12 line are compact, have decent sales all the time, very powerful for their size. I have m12, Kobalt, and Ryobi cordless tools, and I use m12 the most
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Not a good deal in my opinion because these are all ancient tools. Correct me if im wrong but I dont think the impact driver even has different speed settings, which is an absolute requirement. Newer M12 fuel stuff is amazing though, specifically the 2nd gen or later impact and the oscillating tool..

Ill take m12 fuel over most 18v any day for home use or working on my car. For lawn equipment skip 18v entirely and go 40v/56v anyway.
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I got this set about three years ago and it took me down a rabbit hole of buying more and more M12 tools. If you're not in construction then M12 is all you need. It's compact and very powerful. Great for working in tight spaces.
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Note that all of these are the older, non-fuel versions in the M12 lineup.
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I'd bite if was fuel
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Bought a similar kit around the time I bought a house. Drill, driver, Dremel, hackzall +2x batteries and a charger. The multi tool is arguably more versatile than the Dremel, but it has come in handy on a few occasions. Decent set, although it did lead to me buying the M12 surge driver which is by far my most often used tool.

E: I still have the driver from this kit in use today. It's on semi permanent drill brush duty next to the kitchen sink.
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I don't get it. Why would anyone start their cordless tools with M12 this day in age? I'd understand if you already have 1 or 2 other M12 tools and just want to add to it, but even then I'd consider a more updated line of tools. The de facto baseline power for cordless tools right now is 18V. If I were a pro, I would absolutely invest in M18 tools. If I were a DIY'er, I'd go with the Ryobi for better value in the 18V range. Someone explain or prove me wrong.
I pull interior parts out of vehicles. I don't want to lug heavy 18v tools around in a junkyard. Also the small 12v size makes it easy to get into confined spaces.

For reference I installed high end car audio in the mid 90s to mid 2000s.. all we used was 9.6v and 12v drills back then. When they produced the right angle cordless drill it was a game changer for installing speakers in dash and rear decks where glass was in the way of the normal oversized drills for that time period.

12v has its place.

Yes I also own 18v for larger projects.
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third party sold/shipped, one left, plus 33 shipping, is that you JaxPawnll? Joking aside, there are multiple options under $200, but yeah third party sellers fwiw.

I'm not in construction and totally respect the opinion of others who are. However, I use mine a couple of times a week, and you couldn't pry 12v from my cold dead hands and if you could you couldn't replace it in my clenched fists with 18v. My Bosch 18v just gather dust as my 12v Bosch and Milwaukee (ugh 2 systems, I know) paint the town red. The 18v's see the light of day when I need to use a hammer drill of course or a larger bit like an auger. I'll also break out the circular saw occasionally. If I have it handy I might use 18v drill for hole saws because the 12v can choke out of them a bit sometimes.

I carry a reciprocating saw, impact driver, and flexhead drill, flashlight, batteries, and other various hand tools and they all fit in a 13" tool bag. For sake of clarity, I am referring to mostly brushless 12v, not OP's set although I think that's a great deal.
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