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[Amazon Canada] Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Drill and Imapct Kit - $120.80

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[Amazon Canada] Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Drill and Imapct Kit - $120.80

I noticed that amazon has this 12v drill and impact kit for sale. With the $25 off 100 deal, the kits price comes down to $120.80. This is an amazing deal. This kit will do 90% of the jobs around the house. Light and powerful. I bought it last year with the same deal and dont regret a thing.

https://www.amazon.ca/Bosch-CLPK22-120- ... osch+drill
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Not bad, though IMO the 18v set for $150 was a better deal (which I then purchased, there are two 18v sets, one has a better impact gun)
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smallwavesteve wrote:
Dec 14th, 2016 5:53 pm
Not bad, though IMO the 18v set for $150 was a better deal (which I then purchased, there are two 18v sets, one has a better impact gun)
18V is bigger and bulkier, this is smaller and compact and very able to do smaller things.

Both have their uses, it's not one is better than the other its just based on an individuals needs.
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porksoda wrote:
Dec 14th, 2016 5:59 pm
18V is bigger and bulkier, this is smaller and compact and very able to do smaller things.

Both have their uses, it's not one is better than the other its just based on an individuals needs.
I did my own entire basement reno with the 12V kit, they're more than enough for homeowners. Small, compact, nimble, lightweight, and powerful (enough.)
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porksoda wrote:
Dec 14th, 2016 5:59 pm
18V is bigger and bulkier, this is smaller and compact and very able to do smaller things.

Both have their uses, it's not one is better than the other its just based on an individuals needs.
I never said there was anything wrong with 12v, I was considering them when I was looking, but weighed the pros and cons, and for the extra $30 you get a heavier duty setup, which will likely provide a longer service life (not to mention if you do end up tacking a big weekend project, waiting for batteries to charge can be a huge pain). The 18v sets you can stand upright beside you when you're working on things, which is useful a surprising amount of the time.

That being said I'm probably biased as I used to work in the trades, and might tackle bigger projects than others might consider, and usually blitz them in an afternoon or weekend, so no time to be waiting around for batteries.
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southnam wrote:
Dec 14th, 2016 7:43 pm
price back to $199
It's still available to order from Amazon if you click on the sellers list.
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smallwavesteve wrote:
Dec 14th, 2016 5:53 pm
Not bad, though IMO the 18v set for $150 was a better deal (which I then purchased, there are two 18v sets, one has a better impact gun)
Got the same one but it had the $25 off error from Bositto? Or something similar.
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Oos, if I order it anyway how long does it usually take? I'll be using it for small around the house projects and car. Dont need it immediately, but am looking for a nice kit with a nice price tag
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Chinko wrote:
Dec 15th, 2016 6:38 am
Oos, if I order it anyway how long does it usually take? I'll be using it for small around the house projects and car. Dont need it immediately, but am looking for a nice kit with a nice price tag
what do you want to do with car with theses?
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I have bar and torque bar for the wheels. Intend to use them to do light stuffs like remove screws and bolts for small repairs or maintenance like engine bay, brakes, pumps, suspension, etc.

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