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$119 - Milwaukee Tool M12 FUEL 12V Li-Ion 1/2-inch Brushless Cordless Hammer Drill Kit with 4.0 Ah & 2.0 Ah Batteries

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Oct 30, 2019
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Langley, BC

[Home Depot] $119 - Milwaukee Tool M12 FUEL 12V Li-Ion 1/2-inch Brushless Cordless Hammer Drill Kit with 4.0 Ah & 2.0 Ah Batteries

LOCATION SPECIFIC - Seems like a good price for a FUEL M12 hammer drill, comes with 4.0 and 2.0 battery plus a charger/carrying case.

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https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1001160144
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Newbie
Aug 26, 2019
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Love mine. Has essentially replace me ever using my 18v brushed drill. Highly recommend. Good deal!
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Nov 23, 2017
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$238 at my local store. Location specific maybe? YMMV.
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Apr 28, 2013
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Toronto
Good deal, cheapest I've seen the 4.0 is around $60-70 and the 2.0 for $30
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Jul 5, 2017
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5hiftyy wrote: Love mine. Has essentially replace me ever using my 18v brushed drill. Highly recommend. Good deal!
I have tons of M18 stuff but this one is tempting. This M12 is small I'm guessing? Any other M12 stuff you can recommend if I start down this road?
[OP]
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Oct 30, 2019
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Langley, BC
ChadMmm wrote: I have tons of M18 stuff but this one is tempting. This M12 is small I'm guessing? Any other M12 stuff you can recommend if I start down this road?
I have the M12 Fuel Impact. It's a beauty.
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Oct 25, 2008
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this thing is SUPER powerful... I will say it is sometimes TOO powerful for your very basic needs. If you're assembling some IKEA or something for example, I find even on the lowest clutch setting it sometimes is too strong (or IKEA is too crappy lol)... I actually prefer my brushed 12v bosch for lighter tasks.
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I think I paid $149 last time this set was in hot deals and I got great value for money at that price - this is a great deal, Good job subby!
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jcss wrote: this thing is SUPER powerful... I will say it is sometimes TOO powerful for your very basic needs. If you're assembling some IKEA or something for example, I find even on the lowest clutch setting it sometimes is too strong (or IKEA is too crappy lol)... I actually prefer my brushed 12v bosch for lighter tasks.
Yeah, it's insane how much power you get from these 12V tools nowadays. My M12 Fuel set outperformed my old 18V set from 10 years ago, and needless to say, I got rid of it as it was literally collecting dust.
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Nov 29, 2013
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Montréal
Purchased

Thank you OP

Any good deal on M12 impact tool only?
Newbie
Jul 3, 2020
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So this drill is very powerful considering the output of the brushed and entry level brushless m18 drills. However if you compare to the top fuel brushless it’s no where close. As for recommended m12 tools… fuel impact driver, fuel sds hammer drill for small stuff (I’ve used this for 1-⅛” holes through solid block) pin nailer, angle drill, right angle impact, stubby impact wrench, lights, that’s all that I can think of. I probably have more….
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Jan 20, 2013
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Cold Lake
Can you get to low (<10) RPM on these?
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Oct 18, 2020
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A lot of complaints in the reviews about the clutch. Not sure if I should pull the trigger.
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plznote wrote: Can you get to low (<10) RPM on these?
Virtually all modern drills have variable speed triggers so you'll be fine. It's very versatile because you can switch drill modes.
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FlazhDealz wrote: A lot of complaints in the reviews about the clutch. Not sure if I should pull the trigger.
Yeah pull the trigger. You have warranty anyway. The batteries alone are worth like $100
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Oct 30, 2012
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PETERBOROUGH
Pulled the trigger. First non Ryobi 18V tool.
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Dec 26, 2021
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One in stock at my store, Stocktrack shows 238$, might place pick up order and hope it shows up at 119$!
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FlazhDealz wrote: A lot of complaints in the reviews about the clutch. Not sure if I should pull the trigger.
Usually the complaints are because it’s an electronic clutch Instead of mechanical. Which is nice as it’s not loud like mechanical ones. But that makes it not as good for really light duty fasteners.

I’ll take an electronic clutch over mechanical almost any day.
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Jul 17, 2020
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Thanks OP upvoted and in for one. Debating on getting the M12 fuel impact with just a 4.0 battery to complete a set. The batteries alone will be good enough for me to keep my heated gear going as well.

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